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Neutral Aromatic Pathways Enhanced by EUV Irradiation in a Titan's Atmosphere Simulation Photochemical Experiment

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In the atmosphere of Titan, Saturn's main satellite, molecular growth is initiated by a chemistry involving charged and free-radical species. However, the respective contribution of these species to the complexification of matter is far from being known. This work presents a chemical analysis by mass spectrometry at relatively low pressure to characterize the formation pathways of the first aromatics, notably benzene, by irradiating a mixture N 2 /CH 4 with EUV photons.
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insu-02947304 , version 1 (23-09-2020)

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Jérémy Bourgalais, Nathalie Carrasco, Ludovic Vettier, Antoine Comby, Valérie Blanchet, et al.. Neutral Aromatic Pathways Enhanced by EUV Irradiation in a Titan's Atmosphere Simulation Photochemical Experiment. Europlanet Science Congress 2020. EPSC 2020, Sep 2020, Virtual Meeting, Germany. pp.EPSC2020-1036. ⟨insu-02947304⟩
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