Photoreactivity of aqueous anionic NOx- with hydrocarbons View Full Text


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1977-06

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Gianna L. Petriconi, Henry M. Papee

ABSTRACT

Research on ammonium formation, by photoreduction under UV radiation of aqueous nitrite with suspended heptane, is extended to benzene and terpin hydrate. Radiation intensities similar to those found in nature are used this time with the purpose of determining, under laboratory conditions, overall rates of those processes. The photolysis is carried out in a versatile apparatus and the results obtained are regarded as introductory towards investigations to be carried out under conditions of sunlight illumination. While the formation of ammonium in the nitrite — heptane system is found to follow the pattern previously outlined, thus confirming our earlier work, the reaction with both compounds which contain either double bonds or OH groups follows a simpler route which involves much larger yields of ammonium, and an attack of photoformed transients onto those reactive sites. More... »

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217-224

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