Collisions of O([supra 1]D) with HCl, Cl[sub 2], and COCl[sub 2]: Total quenching, channel

Chichinin, A.I.
January 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p1057
Academic Journal
Reports on the measurements of chlorine atoms produced by the reactions of O((supra 1)D) with HCl, Cl(sub 2) and COCl(sub 2) at room temperature. Rate constants for total removal of O((supra 1)D) by HCl, Cl(sub 2) and COCl(sub 2); Reactive rate constants; Measured relative quantum yields fo spin-orbit excited atoms.


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