volume 152, issue 3, P377-386 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.10.011
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Abstract: Acetylene is a hydrocarbon of significance in a variety of processes. It is an intermediate species during combustion processes and it is recognized as one of the most important soot precursors. Despite the large number of studies carried out in the past decades in relation to acetylene conversion in a variety of reactors (shock tubes, flames, and jet-stirred reactors) and operating conditions (from rich to lean environments, at different temperatures and pressures), the conversion of acetylene is not yet wel…

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