By comparing implantation reactions with hot atom reactions in ruthenocene derivatives and their β-cyclodextrin inclusion compounds, collision cascade enhancement of the parent yield was confirmed. From the product distribution among MCp2, MCpCp′, MCp′2 and others, geminate recombination, substitution and random recombination processes were estimated. The former two processes were sensitive to recoil energy, while no definite energy dependence was found in the last process. A prominent decrease of the yield by inclusion was detected for all the ruthenocene derivatives, indicating that normal reactions in these compounds were evidently restricted in the cavity of cyclodextrin.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics