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H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2: Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI

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H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2 : Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI. / Nielsen, O. J.; Sillesen, A.; Luther, K.; Troe, J.

I: Journal of Physical Chemistry, Bind 86, Nr. 15, 01.12.1982, s. 2929-2935.

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Nielsen, OJ, Sillesen, A, Luther, K & Troe, J 1982, 'H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2: Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI', Journal of Physical Chemistry, bind 86, nr. 15, s. 2929-2935.

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Nielsen, O. J., Sillesen, A., Luther, K., & Troe, J. (1982). H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2: Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 86(15), 2929-2935.

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Nielsen OJ, Sillesen A, Luther K, Troe J. H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2: Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1982 dec 1;86(15):2929-2935.

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Nielsen, O. J. ; Sillesen, A. ; Luther, K. ; Troe, J. / H atom yields in the pulse radiolysis of H2 : Reactions with O2, CINO, and HI. I: Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1982 ; Bind 86, Nr. 15. s. 2929-2935.

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abstract = "The hydrogen atom yield in the pulse radiolysis of H2 at high dose rates was measured by four independent calibration techniques, using reactions of H with O2, ClNO, and HI. Spectrophotometrical detection of HO2 in the reaction H + O2 + H2 → HO2 + H2 (1), of ClNO in H + ClNO → HCl + NO (2), of HI in H + HI → H2 + I (3), and of I2 in (3) followed by I + I + NO + H2 → I2 + NO + H2 allowed determination of the hydrogen yield in 1 bar of H2. The H atom yield was compared with the O3 yields in pure O2 and in O2/SF6 mixtures under identical irradiation conditions, which lead to relative G(H) values: G(H)H2 = 1.38G(O3)o2 and G(h)H2 = 2.07G(O3)O2/SF6. On the basis of G(O3)O2 = 12.8 a value G(H) = 17.6 is obtained. The rate constants of reactions 1, 2, and I + NO + H2 → INO + H2 (4) were measured as k1 = 2.17 × 1016 cm6 mol-2 s-1, k2 = 9.24 × 1012 cm3 mol-1 s-1, and k4 = 2.7 × 1015 cm6 mol-2 s-1.",
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N2 - The hydrogen atom yield in the pulse radiolysis of H2 at high dose rates was measured by four independent calibration techniques, using reactions of H with O2, ClNO, and HI. Spectrophotometrical detection of HO2 in the reaction H + O2 + H2 → HO2 + H2 (1), of ClNO in H + ClNO → HCl + NO (2), of HI in H + HI → H2 + I (3), and of I2 in (3) followed by I + I + NO + H2 → I2 + NO + H2 allowed determination of the hydrogen yield in 1 bar of H2. The H atom yield was compared with the O3 yields in pure O2 and in O2/SF6 mixtures under identical irradiation conditions, which lead to relative G(H) values: G(H)H2 = 1.38G(O3)o2 and G(h)H2 = 2.07G(O3)O2/SF6. On the basis of G(O3)O2 = 12.8 a value G(H) = 17.6 is obtained. The rate constants of reactions 1, 2, and I + NO + H2 → INO + H2 (4) were measured as k1 = 2.17 × 1016 cm6 mol-2 s-1, k2 = 9.24 × 1012 cm3 mol-1 s-1, and k4 = 2.7 × 1015 cm6 mol-2 s-1.

AB - The hydrogen atom yield in the pulse radiolysis of H2 at high dose rates was measured by four independent calibration techniques, using reactions of H with O2, ClNO, and HI. Spectrophotometrical detection of HO2 in the reaction H + O2 + H2 → HO2 + H2 (1), of ClNO in H + ClNO → HCl + NO (2), of HI in H + HI → H2 + I (3), and of I2 in (3) followed by I + I + NO + H2 → I2 + NO + H2 allowed determination of the hydrogen yield in 1 bar of H2. The H atom yield was compared with the O3 yields in pure O2 and in O2/SF6 mixtures under identical irradiation conditions, which lead to relative G(H) values: G(H)H2 = 1.38G(O3)o2 and G(h)H2 = 2.07G(O3)O2/SF6. On the basis of G(O3)O2 = 12.8 a value G(H) = 17.6 is obtained. The rate constants of reactions 1, 2, and I + NO + H2 → INO + H2 (4) were measured as k1 = 2.17 × 1016 cm6 mol-2 s-1, k2 = 9.24 × 1012 cm3 mol-1 s-1, and k4 = 2.7 × 1015 cm6 mol-2 s-1.

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