FLOW REACTOR STUDIES OF THE REACTION H plus O//2 plus M yields HO//2 plus M.

Y. Stein, Richard A. Yetter, F. Dryer

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The objectives of this work are to measure the relative rates of this reaction for different collision partners (H//2O, CO//2, O//2) relative to its rate with a collision partner of N//2 over a temperature range of 900 to 1200 K at a pressure of 1 atm. The evaluations are made by fitting model predictions by least squares minimization to measured stable species and temperature profiles obtained from the Princeton flow reactor. Measurements are made in both H//2/O//2 and CO/H//2O/O//2 systems.

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