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Formation of ozone by solid state reactions

20-Jun-2018 | Lahouari Krim; Mindaugas Jonusas; Jean-Louis Lemaire; Gianfranco Vidali, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

We studied the isotopic composition of ozone formed at low (3-10K) temperature via O+O2 solid state reactions using a partially dissociated 16O/16O2:18O/18O2=1:1 mixture. The ozone ice has an isotopic abundance that differs from a statistical one and from gas phase studies. Ozone formation is ...

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Preparation of a Lignin-based Vitrimer Material and Its Potential Use for Recoverable Adhesive

12-Jun-2018 | Shuai Zhang; Tuan Liu; Cheng Hao; Liwei Wang; Jiarui Han; Hang Liu; Jinwen Zhang, Green Chemistry, 2018

A fully biobased vitrimer material with high lignin content is demonstrated. Ozone treated Kraft lignin is cured with sebacic acid epoxy to form bond-exchangeable crosslinked networks. The biobased vitrimer shows excellent shape memory and repairing properties at elevated temperatures. By taking ...

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Properties of Feshbach and “shape”-resonances in ozone and their role in recombination reaction and anomalous isotope effect

12-Jun-2018 | Alexander Teplukhin; Dmitri Babikov, Faraday Discussions, 2018

Computational modelling of recombination reaction that forms ozone requires inclusion of several quantum mechanical effects such as symmetry, zero-point energy, scattering resonances and tunneling. Major elements of theory for rigorous description of this process are reviewed, with emphasis on ...

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Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1470: Reaction Mechanism Reduction for Ozone-Enhanced CH4/Air Combustion by a Combination of Directed Relation Graph with Error Propagation, Sensitivity Analysis and Quasi-Steady State Assumption

06-Jun-2018 | Liu, Yingzu ; Wang, Zhihua ; Li, Liang ; Wan, Kaidi ; Cen, Kefa, Energies, 2018

Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1470: Reaction Mechanism Reduction for Ozone-Enhanced CH4/Air Combustion by a Combination of Directed Relation Graph with Error Propagation, Sensitivity Analysis and Quasi-Steady State Assumption Energies doi: 10.3390/en11061470 Authors: Yingzu Liu Zhihua ...

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Ozone storage capacity in clathrate hydrates formed by O3 + O2 + N2 + CO2 gas mixtures

01-Jun-2018 | Oleg S. Subbotin; Yulia Yu. Bozhko; Ravil K. Zhdanov; Kirill V. Gets; Vladimir R. Belosludov; Rodion V. Belosludov; ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Ozone storage capacity in clathrate hydrates formed from gas mixtures of O3 + O2 + N2 + CO2 was studied. It was found that in such system the amount of ozone included in the hydrate phase can be at least several times higher than for the experimentally described O3 + O2 + CO2 gas hydrates. The ...

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Ozone storage capacity in clathrate hydrates formed by O3 + O2 + N2 + CO2 gas mixtures

01-Jun-2018 | Oleg S. Subbotin; Yulia Yu. Bozhko; Ravil K. Zhdanov; Kirill V. Gets; Vladimir R. Belosludov; Rodion V. Belosludov; ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Ozone storage capacity in clathrate hydrates formed from gas mixtures of O3 + O2 + N2 + CO2 was studied. It was found that in such system the amount of ozone included in the hydrate phase can be at least several times higher than for the experimentally described O3 + O2 + CO2 gas hydrates. The ...

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Oxidation of substituted aromatic hydrocarbons in the tropospheric aqueous phase: kinetic mechanism development and modelling

01-Jun-2018 | Erik H. Hoffmann; Andreas Tilgner; Ralf Wolke; Olaf Böge; Arno Walter; Hartmut Herrmann, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Monocyclic aromatic compounds are ubiquitous in the polluted troposphere and contribute to the formation of tropospheric ozone and anthropogenic secondary organic aerosol, including brown carbon. Currently available physico-chemical data including aqueous-phase kinetic and mechanistic data, as ...

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Oxidation of substituted aromatic hydrocarbons in the tropospheric aqueous phase: kinetic mechanism development and modelling

01-Jun-2018 | Erik H. Hoffmann; Andreas Tilgner; Ralf Wolke; Olaf Böge; Arno Walter; Hartmut Herrmann, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Monocyclic aromatic compounds are ubiquitous in the polluted troposphere and contribute to the formation of tropospheric ozone and anthropogenic secondary organic aerosol, including brown carbon. Currently available physico-chemical data including aqueous-phase kinetic and mechanistic data, as ...

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A novel carbon quantum dots for fluorescent detection of phenol and insight into the mechanism

30-May-2018 | Hong Xue; Yan Yang; Yong Hou; Guang-Lan Li; Ce Hao, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Phenol is considered as one of the most important pollutants in the water environment, thus its detection plays a cardinal role in environmental assessment and treatment. In this study, high quality carbon quantum dots (CQDs) were successfully prepared by ozone oxidation, with cheap coal as ...

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A novel carbon quantum dots for fluorescent detection of phenol and insight into the mechanism

30-May-2018 | Hong Xue; Yan Yang; Yong Hou; Guang-Lan Li; Ce Hao, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Phenol is considered as one of the most important pollutants in the water environment, thus its detection plays a cardinal role in environmental assessment and treatment. In this study, high quality carbon quantum dots (CQDs) were successfully prepared by ozone oxidation, with cheap coal as ...

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