Shock tube study of the reactions of the hydroxyl radical with combustion species and pollutants. Final report
Description: Shock heating t-butyl hydroperoxide behind a reflected shock wave has proved to be as a convenient source of hydroxyl radicals at temperatures near 1000 K. We applied this technique to the measurement of reaction rate coefficients of OH with several species of interest in combustion chemistry, and developed a thermochemical kinetics/transition state theory (TK-TST) model for predicting the temperature dependence of OH rate coefficients.
Date: February 1, 1998
Creator: Cohen, N. & Koffend, J.B.
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