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Below it will become apparent that correlation is also important in larger clusters. Although the ionisation potentials measured in ref. (5) and (6) are not very different from those determined here, Rademann6 concludes that already at n = 13 the two bands overlap, 413) = 0. All experimental evidence is against this conclusion. /- 9 a, < 13 0 I Fig. 13. The difference between the experimental ionisation poten- tials and the behaviour expected for the two classical scaling laws [see eqn (12)] is plotted as a function of the mean coordination number 5, which increases to the left.

R. , 1985,156, 157; H. Haberland, in The Chemical Physics of Clusters, 107th Enrico Fermi School, ed. G. Scoles (Varenna, 1988) (North Holland, Amsterdam, 1990). 15 H. Haberland, T. Reiners and T. Kolar, Phys. Rev. , 1989, 63, 1219. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Holbrook, Unimolecular Reactions (Wiley Interscience, Chichester, 1972). C. E. Klots, J. Phys. , 1988,92,5864. P. Engelking, J . Chem. , 1987,87,936. H. Haberland, M. Oschwald and G. Tanner, to be published. M. F. Jarrold and J. E. Bower, J .

Accurate threshold data; for n = 100 an average over + 5 cluster sizes was necessary. The cluster density in the beam, the sensitivity of the detector and the electron current available at threshold all decrease for n z 100, making a threshold determination impossible. 5 eV range. No threshold measurements were possible as twophoton processes were always present even at the lowest laser Auences employed (< 100nJ The data of Cabauld et aL4 for n < 13 are very similar and partially indistinguishable from ours on the scale of fig.

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