Methylperoxy Self-Reaction: Products and Branching Ratio between 223 and 333 K
Products from the Cl atom initiated oxidation of CH4 were analysed by Matrix Isolation-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (MI-FTIR) in order to determine the branching ratio k1a/k1 of the methylperoxy self-reaction.
KeywordsMatrix Isolation Negative Temperature Dependence Flash Photolysis Study Bomem DA03 Regulate Quartz
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