Accession Number : AD0711819
Title : HIGH PRESSURE ION-MOLECULE REACTIONS IN CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON MONOXIDE-METHANE MIXTURES.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND PROJECT SQUID HEADQUARTERS
Personal Author(s) : Chong,Shuang-Ling ; Franklin,J. L.
Report Date : JUL 1970
Pagination or Media Count : 38
Abstract : In carbon monoxide at pressures above 0.2 torr, the principal produce ion is C2O2(+) formed by a three-body process. Above about 0.8 torr, the reaction appears to approach equilibrium with an equilibrium constant of 1.95/torr. At pressures of methane above 0.2 torr and small additions of CO, the only reaction observed is the protonation of CO by CH5(+) with a rate constant and are not observed. At pressures of carbon monoxide above 0.2 torr, the addition of small amounts of methane results in an H atom transfer reaction to CO(+). In addition, C2O2(+) reacts to form HCO(+), C2H3O(+), and C3H3O(+). (Author)
Descriptors : (*CARBON MONOXIDE, *IONIZATION), (*METHANE, IONIZATION), IONS, CHEMICAL REACTIONS, REACTION KINETICS, MIXTURES, WATER
Subject Categories : Physical Chemistry
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE