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Rate Constants for the Reactions of Atomic Oxygen with Organic Compounds

By Herron, John T.

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Title: Rate Constants for the Reactions of Atomic Oxygen with Organic Compounds  
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: This compliant on presents in tabular and graphical form, experimentally derived rate data on the gas phase reactions of atomic oxygen in its ground electronic state 1O3P) with organic compounds. Where the data are considered to be of sufficient reliability recommended values of rate constants have been chosen at particular temperatures or over specified temperature intervals. Included are estimated upper and lower error limits on the recommended rate constants.

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Contents Pace 1 . Introduction ............................................ 468 1.1. General ............................................ 468 1.2. Literature Coverage ............................. 468 1.3. Arrangement of Tables ......................... 468 1.4. Experimental Techniques ...................... 468 1.5. Criteria for Evaluation .......................... 469 1.6. Units ................................................. 470 1.7. Concluding Remarks ............................ 470 2 . Recommended Values ................................ 470 Table 1 . Alkanes ....................................... 470 Table 2 . Cycloalkanes ................................ 471 Table 3 . Haloalkanes ................................. 472 Table 4 . Alkenes, Alkadienes, and Cycloalkenes ................................................ 473 Table 5 . Haloalkenes and Haloalkadienes ...... 473 Tahlr 6 A l k y n e ~a nd Alkadiynes &74 Table 7 . Benzene, Substituted Benzenes, and Pyridine .......................................... 474 Table 8 . Alcohols, Aldehydes, and Miscellaneous Oxygen-Conta~n~nCgo mpoands ...... 415 3 . Absolute Rate Constants ............................ 475 3.1. Alkanes ............................................. 476 Table 9 . Methane ................................... 476 Table 10 . Ethane .................................... 476 Table 11. n-Butane ................................. 477 Table 12 . n-Pentane ................................ 478 Table 13 . 2, 2.Dimetbylpropane .................. 479 Table 14. n-Hexane. ................................ 479 Table 15 . 2, 3.Dimethylbutane .................... 480 Table 16. n-He~tan.e.. ............................. 481 Table 17 . n-Octane ................................. 481 Table 18 . Miscellaneous alkanes ............... 482 3.2. Cycioalkanes .................................... 482 Table 19 . Cyclopropane and Cyclobutane ... 483 Table 20 . CycJopentane ........................... 483 Table 21 . Spiropentane ............................ 483 Table 22 . Cyclohexane ............................ 484 . Table 23 . Cycloheptane ........................... 484 Copyright @ 1973 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United Stales . This copyright will be assigned to the Ameriran Institde of Physics and tht American Chemical Society. to whom all requests re~ardinr~eo roduction should be addressed . 3.3. Haloalkanes. ....................................... Table 24. Chloromethane ........................ Table 25. Bromomethane ......................... Table 26 . Tetrachloromethane .................. Table 27 . Chloroethane ........................... 'Table 28. Bromoethane ............................ Table 29. 2.CRloropropane ....................... Table 30. 2-Bromopropa~t.e. ...................... Table 31 . 2-Chlorobutane ......................... Table 32 . I-Chloro-2-methylpropane ........... Table 33 . 2-Chloro-2-methylpropane ........... Table 34. 1-Bromobutane ......................... Table 35 . I-Bromo-2-methylpropane ............ Table 36 . 1-Chloro-22-dimethylpropane ...... Table 37 . Miscellaneous Haloalkanes ......... 3.4. Alkenes. Alkadienes. anrl Cvrlnalkrn~s.. . Table 38. Ethylene ................................. Table 39. Propene .................................. Table 40. 1-Butene ................................. Table 41 . cis-2-Butene ............................. Table 42 . trans-2-Butene. ......................... Table 43 . 2.Methylpropene ....................... Table 44 . 23-Dimethyl-2-butene ................ Table 45 . Miscellaneous Alkenes and Alkadienes ............................................... Table 46 . Cyclopentene and Cyclohexene ... 3.5. Haloalkenes and Haloalkadienes ............. TabIe 47 . Haloalkenes and Haloa1kadit.nc.s ... 3.6. Alkynes and Alkadiynes ........................ Table 48 . Acetylene ................................ Table 49 . Propyne, Butadiync . an11 l)i~.~a~rt>- acetylene ........................................... 3.7. Benzene, Some Substitutc~clI JVII;~.(;~I III III ~~S. Pyridine ............................................ Table 50. Benzer~e.S rrlrir Srrlr.s~il~rt~I h~.cr l~ - zenes, and Pyridinc. .............................. 3.8. Alcohols, A l ~ l c . l ~. ~;i~n1l1~ i~\lsih ~.(.ll;~l~(~irl~s Oxy~[rr~-Ct~nta( :iOnIiI~I ~~~~O I ~ I I..I .~.S.. ........ Tahl' 51 . Me.111.111~.1.1... ............................ Tabla 52. E ; ~ I I ~ I I <;IIIIII I I s ~ ) ~ I I ~ .~..I..~...I..I..~. ~ I ~ 'I'at)lc~5 5. ~ ' % l c l e ~ l ~ \ e..l .c.~ .s. ........................ 467 J . Phyr . Chem . Ref . Ooto, Voi . 2, No . 3, 1973

 

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