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Seccombe, D. P. and Tuckett, R. P. and Fisher, B. O. (2001) Fragmentation of the valence states of CF2Cl2+, CF2H2+, and CF2Br2+ studied by threshold photoelectron–photoion coincidence spectroscopy. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 114 (9). pp. 4074-4088. ISSN 00219606

Zhou, W. and Seccombe, D. P. and Tuckett, R. P. (2002) Fragmentation of valence electronic states of CF3-CH2F+ and CHF2-CHF2+ in the range 12-25 eV. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 4 (19). pp. 4623-4633. ISSN 1463-9076

Zhou, W. and Seccombe, D. P. and Tuckett, R. P. and Thomas, M. K. (2002) Fragmentation of valence electronic states of CHF2CF3+ studied by threshold photoelectron–photoion coincidence (TPEPICO) techniques in the photon energy range 12–25 eV. Chemical Physics, 283 (3). pp. 419-431. ISSN 03010104

Seccombe, D. P. and Tuckett, R. P. and Jochims, H. W. and Baumgärtel, H. (2001) The observation of fluorescence from excited states of NF2 and NF following the photodissociation of NF3 in the 11–30 eV range. Chemical Physics Letters, 339 (5-6). pp. 405-412. ISSN 00092614

Seccombe, D. P. and Chim, R. Y. L. and Jarvis, G. K. and Tuckett, R. P. (2000) The use of threshold photoelectron–photoion coincidence spectroscopy to probe the spectroscopic and dynamic properties of the valence states of CCl3F+, CCl3H+ and CCl3Br+. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2 (4). pp. 769-780. ISSN 1463-9076

Zhou, W. and Collins, D. J. and Chim, R. Y. L. and Seccombe, D. P. and Tuckett, R. P. (2004) Threshold photoelectron photoion coincidence study of the fragmentation of valence states of CF3-CH3+ and CHF2-CH2F+ in the range 12-24 eV. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 6 (12). pp. 3081-3091. ISSN 1463-9076

Seccombe, D. P. and Chim, R. Y. L. and Tuckett, R. P. and Jochims, H. W. and Baumgärtel, H. (2001) Vacuum–ultraviolet absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy of CF2H2, CF2Cl2, and CF2Br2 in the range 8–22 eV. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 114 (9). pp. 4058-4073. ISSN 00219606

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