Acta Phys. -Chim. Sin. ›› 2000, Vol. 16 ›› Issue (08): 674-676.doi: 10.3866/PKU.WHXB20000801

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IR Emission Spectra and the Product Channels of the Reaction of C2H3 with O2

Wang Hui, Liu Jian-Xun, Wang Bao-Shan, Kong Fan-Ao   

  1. Institute of Chemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100080
  • Received:2000-04-25 Revised:2000-05-25 Published:2000-08-15
  • Contact: Kong Fan-Ao E-mail:kong@mrdlab.icas.ac.cn

Abstract:

The reaction of vinyl radicals with oxygen was investigated by Time-Resolved Fourier Transform infrared emission spectroscopy. The radicals were produced by the pulsed laser photolysis of C_2H_3Br at 248 nm. Vibrationally excited products of H_2CO(v1), HCO(v3), CO_2(v3, v), CH_3(v3), C_2H_2(v3), HO_2(v1), C_2H_2O_2(v3+v11), CO(v) formed in the C2H3+O_2 reaction have been observed. Four elementary reaction channels have been verified.

Key words: Vinyl, O2, IR emission spectra, Elementary reaction channels