Investigation of the kinetics and mechanism of the high-temperature decomposition of pyroxyline with a transit time mass spectrometer View Full Text


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1970-03

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O. P. Korobeinichev, V. V. Aleksandrov, N. Z. Lyakhov

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The composition of the products and kinetics of the decomposition of pyroxyline at 220–280° and a pressure of 10−5 mm were investigated with a transit time mass spectrometer and the method of pulsed heating.NO2, CH2O, CO, CO2, and H2O were recorded as the primary decomposition products; the ratio among them varies during the reaction. The mass spectra of the decomposition products give evidence that in addition to NO2, more complex nitro-compounds are formed (possibly NO3).The reaction of high-temperature decomposition of pyroxyline is autocatalytic. An equation was obtained for the maximum rate. The composition of the products and kinetics of the decomposition of pyroxyline at 220–280° and a pressure of 10−5 mm were investigated with a transit time mass spectrometer and the method of pulsed heating. NO2, CH2O, CO, CO2, and H2O were recorded as the primary decomposition products; the ratio among them varies during the reaction. The mass spectra of the decomposition products give evidence that in addition to NO2, more complex nitro-compounds are formed (possibly NO3). The reaction of high-temperature decomposition of pyroxyline is autocatalytic. An equation was obtained for the maximum rate. More... »

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562-565

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