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Experimental and theoretical approaches
We use both experiments and theory to study nitric oxide complexes. On the experimental side, we introduce a mixture of nitric oxide with other gases, such as krypton, carbon monoxide, water and benzene, into a high vacuum ...
Setting the problem
Nitric oxide is a free radical, because it has one unpaired electron. This creates weak, short-lived complexes with a variety of species, which makes experimental investigations hard. Theoretical investigations are also ...