Gas phase reaction kinetics of neutral oxygen species. by Harold S. Johnston

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Published by National Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C .

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  • Oxygen.,
  • Chemical kinetics.

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SeriesNational standard reference data series -- 20
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Paginationvi,49p. :
Number of Pages49
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Contents Page Foreword Ill Preface IV Acknowledgment V xprocessesandelementaryreactions 1 Neutraloxygenspecies 1 Complexchemicalsystems 1 a. Gas Phase Reaction Kinetics of Neutral Oxygen Species ` [Johnson, Harold S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Get this from a library. Gas phase reaction kinetics of neutral oxygen species. [Harold S Johnston; National Standard Reference Data System (U.S.); United States. Advanced Research Projects Agency,]. Accession Number: ADD Title: Gas Phase Reaction Kinetics of Neutral Oxygen Species, Corporate Author: NATIONAL STANDARD REFERENCE DATA SYSTEM Personal Author(s): Johnston, Harold S Report Date: Sep Pagination or Media Count: 58 Abstract: Neutral oxygen species are oxygen atoms, O, oxygen molecules; O2 and ozone, r, each of these species.

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Data sheets have been prepared for thermal and photochemical reactions. Rate coefficients and product ion distributions have been determined for the reactions of HCNH+, HC3N+, H2C3N+, H2O+, N2+, HCO+, and HCO2+ with O atoms in a selected ion flow tube at ± 5 K.

Only two of these ions, HC3N+ and N2+, were found to react with atomic oxygen, and both ions exhibited multiple reaction channels. Reactions with O atoms may be relevant to synthetic processes. Abstract. Measurements on the rate of thermal ozone decomposition O 3 + M k 1 ⇋ O 2 +O+M in mixtures with pure oxygen and air respectively were performed within the temperature range - K.

The initial O 3 mole fractions varied between and %. The results were corrected to equivalent ozone (i.e. M=O 3) using Johnston’s recommended relative efficiencies (O 2:N 2: ). The reaction set is also used to probe the sensitivities for an experimental study designed to measure the rate constant of an important elementary reaction, H+O 2 +M→HO 2 +M, involved in this system.

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Based on the analysis of the databases published in the scientific literature and concerned with the reaction rate constants in the H2/O2 system, a new kinetic mechanism is suggested for describing the processes of ignition, combustion, and detonation in hydrogen–oxygen gaseous mixtures.

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