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Reactive Intermediates in Combustion

Published

Author(s)

John K. Merle, Christopher M. Hadad

Abstract

This chapter provides an introduction into the chemistry of reactive intermediates that are typically generated by combustion. Several aspects of combustion chemistry are reviewed: (i) low- and high-temperature mechanisms for saturated and unsaturated molecules (ii) PAH and soot formation (iii) atmospheric implications.
Citation
Reactive Intermediates in Combustion
Volume
2
Publisher Info
Reactive Intermediate Chemistry Book Chapter| | Editors: R. A. Moss, M. S. Platz, and M. Jones, Jr. |,

Keywords

combustion, radicals, reactive intermediates

Citation

Merle, J. and Hadad, C. (2008), Reactive Intermediates in Combustion, Reactive Intermediate Chemistry Book Chapter| | Editors: R. A. Moss, M. S. Platz, and M. Jones, Jr. |, (Accessed April 24, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008