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Recent advances in the application of discharge-flow to the determination of gas-phase rate coefficients at pressures and temperatures of relevance to the Earth's atmosphere

Recent advances in the application of discharge-flow to the determination of gas-phase rate coefficients at pressures and temperatures of relevance to the Earth's atmosphere
Recent advances in the application of discharge-flow to the determination of gas-phase rate coefficients at pressures and temperatures of relevance to the Earth's atmosphere
The determination of gas-phase rate coefficients using the traditional discharge-flow system has produced a wealth of information that has informed atmospheric science. However, the range of pressure and temperatures observed in the Earth's atmosphere cannot be accessed by such a system. In this paper we discuss the recent advances in flow tube studies such as the use of turbulent flow that have allowed one to operate flow systems at atmospheric pressure and over a wider range of temperature. At the same time a number of new detection methods have been coupled to flow systems, such as CIMS, CEAS and UV-PES that have greatly enhanced the versatility and range of systems that may be studied and these are briefly discussed.
gas-phase kinetics, discharge-flow, cims, ceas, uv-pes ionization mass-spectrometry, ultraviolet photoelectron-spectroscopy, cavity-enhanced absorption, rate-constant measurements, free-radicalreactions, chemiionization reactions, branching channel, outputspectroscopy, dependent kinetics, ch3o2+no reaction
1010-6030
250-259
Percival, Carl J.
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Shallcross, Dudley E.
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Canosa-Mas, Carlos E.
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Dyke, John M.
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Cox, R.A.
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Wallington, T.J.
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Percival, Carl J.
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Shallcross, Dudley E.
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Canosa-Mas, Carlos E.
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Dyke, John M.
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Cox, R.A.
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Percival, Carl J., Shallcross, Dudley E., Canosa-Mas, Carlos E. and Dyke, John M. , Cox, R.A. and Wallington, T.J. (eds.) (2005) Recent advances in the application of discharge-flow to the determination of gas-phase rate coefficients at pressures and temperatures of relevance to the Earth's atmosphere. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 176 (1-3), 250-259. (doi:10.1016/j.jphotochem.2005.09.021).

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Abstract

The determination of gas-phase rate coefficients using the traditional discharge-flow system has produced a wealth of information that has informed atmospheric science. However, the range of pressure and temperatures observed in the Earth's atmosphere cannot be accessed by such a system. In this paper we discuss the recent advances in flow tube studies such as the use of turbulent flow that have allowed one to operate flow systems at atmospheric pressure and over a wider range of temperature. At the same time a number of new detection methods have been coupled to flow systems, such as CIMS, CEAS and UV-PES that have greatly enhanced the versatility and range of systems that may be studied and these are briefly discussed.

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Published date: 14 December 2005
Additional Information: Issue in honour of Professor Richard P. Wayne
Keywords: gas-phase kinetics, discharge-flow, cims, ceas, uv-pes ionization mass-spectrometry, ultraviolet photoelectron-spectroscopy, cavity-enhanced absorption, rate-constant measurements, free-radicalreactions, chemiionization reactions, branching channel, outputspectroscopy, dependent kinetics, ch3o2+no reaction

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Local EPrints ID: 20885
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20885
ISSN: 1010-6030
PURE UUID: c1ad5162-08d9-4ff2-b8fe-00f2113063d0

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Date deposited: 02 Mar 2006
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:25

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