2 edition of Studies of reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons within a microwave discharge found in the catalog.
Studies of reactions of aromatic hydrocarbons within a microwave discharge
S. A. Rodemeyer
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In both studies, atomic F was generated by microwave discharge of dilute F 2 in helium and entered the rear flow tube port. Vinyl was generated by the reaction of F with. Chapter 8 Biological Effects of Electrical Discharge Plasma in Water and in Gas–Liquid Environments (pages –): Dr.
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In the arc-discharge method an electrical discharge is generated at a high temperature in the space separating two graphite electrodes that have been located at the correct distance from each other in the closed chamber (figure ) under an inert gas atmosphere (usually bar).
The very high temperature (up to °C), created by the.Singlet oxygen reactions: 1 O 2 reacts with many organic compounds including olefins, dienes, sulphides, aromatics, hetero-aromatics, terpenes, steroids, fatty acids, flavones, tetracyclines, vitamines, amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids, blood and bile pigments, and synthetic polymers Most of the reactions fall into three general classes.
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