Homogeneous catalysis in gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons View Full Text


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1961-02

AUTHORS

N. S. Enikolopyan, G. P. Konareva

ABSTRACT

An investigation was made of the kinetics of methane and oxygen consumption and the kinetics of accumulation of the final reaction products in mixtures containing NO2 and CH3NO2 and it was shown that the oxidation rates are approximately the same in the two cases.The appearance of a second heat evolution maximum with a subsequent halt in the oxidation is connected with chain self-ignition of carbon monoxide.In a medium of methane being oxidized, the apparent decomposition rate of nitromethane is less than in O2, CH4, and N2.The nitromethane concentration falls sharply with chain self-ignition of carbon monoxide. More... »

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210-214

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