Ionic fragmentation following the core-level photoionization of Ga (CH3)3 has been studied between 90 and 260 eV by use of monochromatized synchrotron radiation and time-of-flight mass spectrometry. The average kinetic energies of CHn+ (n=0-3) and H+ produced through the ionic fragmentation are estimated to be about 4 and 7 eV, respectively. The production of H+ is significantly enhanced by the Ga 3p and 3s photoionizations.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry