Supplementary Materials

Rotational resonances in the H2CO roaming reaction are revealed by detailed correlations

Mitchell S. Quinn, Klaas Nauta, Meredith J. T. Jordan, Joel M. Bowman, Paul L. Houston, Scott H. Kable

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Movie S1
Animation of a H2CO trajectory leading to j(CO) = 4. The movie is paused at the frame corresponding to the critical configuration that largely determines the final product state distribution. In this case, the critical geometry lies in the cis O-C-H...H configuration, and the overall reaction demonstrates a "rebound" type mechanism.
Movie S2
Animation of a H2CO trajectory leading to j(CO) = 12. The movie is paused at the frame corresponding to the critical configuration that largely determines the final product state distribution. In this case, the critical geometry lies in the cis O-C-H...H configuration, and the overall reaction demonstrates a "rebound" type mechanism.
Movie S3
Animation of a H2CO trajectory leading to j(CO) = 32. The movie is paused at the frame corresponding to the critical configuration that largely determines the final product state distribution. In this case, the critical geometry lies in the trans O-C-H...H configuration, and the overall reaction demonstrates a "stripping" type mechanism.
Movie S4
Animation of a H2CO trajectory leading to j(CO) = 41. The movie is paused at the frame corresponding to the critical configuration that largely determines the final product state distribution. In this case, the critical geometry lies in the trans O-C-H...H configuration, and the overall reaction demonstrates a "stripping" type mechanism.