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Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals: Reaction with H2O

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Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals : Reaction with H2O. / Wallington, Timothy J.; Hurley, Michael D.; Schneider, William F.; Sehested, Jens; Nielsen, Ole John.

I: Journal of Physical Chemistry, Bind 97, Nr. 29, 01.12.1993, s. 7606-7611.

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Wallington, TJ, Hurley, MD, Schneider, WF, Sehested, J & Nielsen, OJ 1993, 'Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals: Reaction with H2O', Journal of Physical Chemistry, bind 97, nr. 29, s. 7606-7611.

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Wallington, T. J., Hurley, M. D., Schneider, W. F., Sehested, J., & Nielsen, O. J. (1993). Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals: Reaction with H2O. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97(29), 7606-7611.

Vancouver

Wallington TJ, Hurley MD, Schneider WF, Sehested J, Nielsen OJ. Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals: Reaction with H2O. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1993 dec 1;97(29):7606-7611.

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Wallington, Timothy J. ; Hurley, Michael D. ; Schneider, William F. ; Sehested, Jens ; Nielsen, Ole John. / Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals : Reaction with H2O. I: Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1993 ; Bind 97, Nr. 29. s. 7606-7611.

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abstract = "Evidence is presented that CF3O radicals react with H2O in the gas phase at 296 K to give CF3OH and OH radicals. This reaction is calculated to be exothermic by 1.7 kcal mol-1 implying a surprisingly strong CF3O-H bond energy of 120 ± 3 kcal mol-1. Results from a relative rate experimental study suggest that the rate constant for the reaction of CF3O radicals with H2O lies in the range (0.2-40) × 10-17 cm3 molecule-1 s-1. Implications for the atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals are discussed.",
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RIS

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T1 - Atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals

T2 - Reaction with H2O

AU - Wallington, Timothy J.

AU - Hurley, Michael D.

AU - Schneider, William F.

AU - Sehested, Jens

AU - Nielsen, Ole John

PY - 1993/12/1

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N2 - Evidence is presented that CF3O radicals react with H2O in the gas phase at 296 K to give CF3OH and OH radicals. This reaction is calculated to be exothermic by 1.7 kcal mol-1 implying a surprisingly strong CF3O-H bond energy of 120 ± 3 kcal mol-1. Results from a relative rate experimental study suggest that the rate constant for the reaction of CF3O radicals with H2O lies in the range (0.2-40) × 10-17 cm3 molecule-1 s-1. Implications for the atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals are discussed.

AB - Evidence is presented that CF3O radicals react with H2O in the gas phase at 296 K to give CF3OH and OH radicals. This reaction is calculated to be exothermic by 1.7 kcal mol-1 implying a surprisingly strong CF3O-H bond energy of 120 ± 3 kcal mol-1. Results from a relative rate experimental study suggest that the rate constant for the reaction of CF3O radicals with H2O lies in the range (0.2-40) × 10-17 cm3 molecule-1 s-1. Implications for the atmospheric chemistry of CF3O radicals are discussed.

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JO - Journal of Physical Chemistry

JF - Journal of Physical Chemistry

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