, 2 TPD profiles of pure {NO} (red curve) and {NO +H} (blue lines)

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, Integrated areas of NH 2 OH (blue circles) and N 2 O (red squares) desorptions as a function of the surface temperature, obtained after the same co-deposition of

. .. , 68 4.7 TPD profiles of masses m/z = 36 a.m.u. (in red) and m/z = 44 (in blue) corresponding respectively to ND 2 OD and N 2 O recorded after a co-deposition experiment of {NO+D} at 10, The sketch of the NO+H reactive system, p.69

K. .. , 10 Top panel: TPD profile of initial ND 2 OD (black curve) and remaining ND 2 OD (cyan curve) after reacting with H atoms at 10 K. Bottom panel: TPD profiles of products detected after the exposition of H atoms to a ND 2 OD a film, Blue circles: NH 2 OH integrated areas after the co-deposition of NO molecules and H atoms, vol.73, p.74

, Scheme of the experimental protocol: a) deposition of 1 ML of NO at 40 K; b) deposition of X ML of H 2 O at 40 K; c) cool down at 10 K in the case of D-exposure experiments; d) deposition of D atoms at 10 K or of O atoms at 40 K, recording continuously IR spectra, Schematic top-view of the VENUS set-up and the FT-RAIRS facility. 80 5.2

. .. , 9 Top panel: Remaining CH 3 NC (from red to green curves) after completing the reaction with H atoms on the surface with the temperature is ranging from 20 K to 40 K. Middle panel: TPD traces of CH 3 NCH 2 (M CH 3 NC + 2H) (from red to green curves) are gradually reduced with the surface temperature. Bottom panel: The trace of Dimethylamine (CH 3 NHCH 3 -M CH 3 NC + 4H) is not detectable at high temperatures, profiles of the species of interest, vol.83

, NH 2 OH (m/z=33), and NH 2 CHO (m/z=45) after co-deposition of {NO+H 2 CO+H} on porous-ASW ice at 10 K, TPD profiles of methanol (m/z=32)

, pure H 2 CO (blue squares) compared to remaining NO and H 2 CO (brown stars and squares) that are obtained during the exposure time of H atoms on the gold surface maintained at 10 K. The consumptions of NO and H 2 CO (brown stars and squares) indicate that the co-hydrogenation of NO and H 2 CO are complete reactions

, TPD masses m/z 31 and 32 (first peaks -cyan and green curves) represent methanol (CH 3 OH) desorbing from around 140-170 K. Mass 33 (red curve) is the trace of hydroxylamine desorbing from around 160-210 K. The second peaks of masses 31 and 32 are the cracking pattern of hydroxylamine (M33). The trace of NH 2 CHO (m/z 45 -blue curve) desorbs around 190-230 K, TPD profiles obtained after co-deposition {NO + H 2 CO + H} on the golden surface maintained at 10 K

, Mass 36 (first peak-red curve) represents the trace of CD 3 OD desorbing from around 130-160 K. The second peak of mass 36 is the trace of ND 2 OD desorbing from around 160-210 K. Deuterated formamide (ND 2 CDO) (m/z 48-blue curve) desorbs around 190-230 K, TPD profiles obtained after co-deposition {NO + D 2 CO + D} on the golden surface held at 10 K

, The trace of CH 3 OH (m/z 31 -cyan curve), NH 2 OH (m/z 33 -red curve), and NH 2 CHO (m/z 45 -blue curve) are mostly reduced. Excepting mass 32 (green curve), it may represent both of the traces of CH 3 OH or the cracking pattern of, TPD profiles obtained after co-deposition {NO + H 2 CO + H} on the golden surface maintained at 40 K

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