Reactive Intermediates in the Gas Phase - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780126374506, 9781483220215

Reactive Intermediates in the Gas Phase

1st Edition

Generation and Monitoring

Editors: D. W. Setser
eBook ISBN: 9781483220215
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1979
Page Count: 368
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Reactive Intermediates in the Gas Phase: Generation and Monitoring covers methods for reactive intermediates in the gas phase. The book discusses the generation and measurement of atom and radical concentrations in flow systems; the high temperature flow tubes, generation and measurement of refractory species; and the electronically excited long-lived states of atoms and diatomic molecules in flow systems. The text also describes the production and detection of reactive species with lasers in static systems; the production of small positive ions in a mass spectrometer; and the discharge-excited rare gas halide lasers. Chemists, physicists, and people working in aerochem laboratories will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors Preface

  1. Generation and Measurement of Atom and Radical Concentrations in Flow Systems I. Introduction II. Description of Discharge Flow Systems III. Production of Atoms IV. Production of Molecular Radicals V. Detection of Atoms and Radicals References
  2. High Temperature Flow Tubes. Generation and Measurement of Refractory Species I. Introduction II. HTFFR (High Temperature, Fast Flow Reactor) Techniques III. Further Techniques for Kinetic Measurements on Refractory Species IV. Conclusions References
  3. Electronically Excited Long-Lived States of Atoms and Diatomic Molecules in Flow Systems I. Introduction II. Flow Systems for Electronically Excited States:Total Quenching Rate Constants III. Flow Systems for Electronically Excited States:Assignment of Products IV. Excited Atomic States in Flow Systems V. Excited Diatomic States in Flow Systems VI. Summary Appendix: Flowing Afterflow Studies of Ion-Molecule Reactions References
  4. Production and Detection of Reactive Species with Lasers in Static Systems I. Introduction II. Brief Review of Conventional Photolytic Techniques III. Laser Sources IV. Generation of Reactive Species with Lasers V. Monitoring of Reactive Species and Reactions with Lasers VI. Ultrafast Processes VII. Concluding Remarks References
  5. Production of Small Positive Ions in a Mass Spectrometer I. Introduction II. Basic Instrumentation III. Positive Ion Production IV. Electron Impact References
  6. Discharge-Excited Rare Gas Halide Lasers I. Introduction II. Construction and Operation of Discharge Rare Gas Halide Lasers III. Specific Rare Gas Halide Laser Systems IV. Frequency Control of the KrF Laser V. Recycling of the Rare Gases VI. Generation of Secondary Wavelengths References Index


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