Gamma-radiolysis of aqueous nitrate-1-propanol solutions
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Gamma-radiolysis of aqueous sodium nitrate and nitrate-1-propanol solutions has been studied as a function of concentration of reactants and absorbed dose. The three major products analyzed are nitrite, hydrogen peroxide and propionaldehyde in aerated and deoxygenated solutions. The concentration of the products formed were found to be proportional to the absorbed dose. The G-values of the different products obtained over a wide range of reactant concentrations are explained on the basis of an appropriate reaction mechanism.
KeywordsHydrogen Sodium Nitrate Physical Chemistry Hydrogen Peroxide
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