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A. Bennett, and J. L. Hall, J. Chem. , 60, 1740 (1974). 'A. F. Gains, J. K. Kay, and F. M. Page, Trans. , 62,874 (1966). 08. 7 228 ? 23 1752 17 1882 18 Expr. APPLICATION TO NITRIC OXIDE FLUORESCENCE QUENCHING 39 The model also accounts for the trend observed in the CH,Cl,-,(x=O4) series. Introduction of one chlorine atom is expected to lead to a large increase in EA. More chlorine atoms (or deuteration) are expected to have a much smaller effect. Indeed, comparison of CHC1, and CCl, is in line with this contention, as well as the negligible deuteration effect.

INTRODUCTION The diffusion cloud (flame) technique developed by Hartel and Polanyi’, in the 1930s is one of the early methods of studying rapid bimolecular chemical reactions under pseudo-first-order, steady-state conditions. This method is the source of most measured rates for reactions of alkali metals with halogenated compounds3 and still serves as a basis for experimental4 and theoretical’ studies. In most applications of the technique, sodium metal is heated in an oven, mixed with an inert carrier gas, and allowed to diffuse into a background of a reactant gas.

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