Low energy (0-6 eV) electron attachment to clusters composed of SF6 and N2 yields (SF6)n- and anionic complexes containing SF6 and N2. The energy profile for the formation of these anions indicates strong contributions due to inelastic electron scattering via the N2-(2Π) resonance followed by intracluster electron transfer. This scattering feature peaks near 2 eV at low stagnation pressure and is shifted to 1.5 eV at 7 bar. The significant shift of the N2- resonance towards lower energy with respect to the gas phase (2.3 eV) is due to the solvation of N2- and the electron transfer behavior between N2- and SF6. © 1995.
Ingolfsson, O., & Illenberger, E. (1995). Electron attachment reactions in mixed SF6/N2 clusters. Chemical Physics Letters, 241(3), 180–184. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(95)00630-M