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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.