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“…A significant fraction of gas-phase CI undergoes unimolecular decomposition and these channels have been established for the simplest CI, CH 2 OO (Horie and Moortgat, 1991;Su et al, 1980;Herron and Huie, 1977). These products include OH and other free-radicals (Martinez et al, 1981;Neeb et al, 1998;Fenske et al, 2000;Gutbrod et al, 1997;Lewin et al, 2001;Aschmann et al, 2002;Ariya et al, 2000;Atkinson et al, 1995;Gutbrod et al, 1996).…”
Section: Overview Of Ozonolysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A significant fraction of gas-phase CI undergoes unimolecular decomposition and these channels have been established for the simplest CI, CH 2 OO (Horie and Moortgat, 1991;Su et al, 1980;Herron and Huie, 1977). These products include OH and other free-radicals (Martinez et al, 1981;Neeb et al, 1998;Fenske et al, 2000;Gutbrod et al, 1997;Lewin et al, 2001;Aschmann et al, 2002;Ariya et al, 2000;Atkinson et al, 1995;Gutbrod et al, 1996).…”
Section: Overview Of Ozonolysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This reaction is highly exothermic (Gutbrod et al, 1996) and a fraction of the Criegee intermediates (α CI * ) is formed with an excess of vibrational energy. The energy-rich CIs can undergo further unimolecular reactions and can form OH promptly (R29) or can be vibrationally stabilized by collisional quenching with the bath gas molecules (R30).…”
Section: General Considerationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The cycloaddition of ozone to TME yields a primary ozonide, which reacts further and forms a stabilised Criegee intermediate (sCI). The sCI decomposes via the hydroperoxide channel, leading to the formation of OH radicals (Gutbrod et al, 1996) with a yield of 0.92 ± 0.08 (Berndt and Böge, 2006). O 3 was produced by UV irradiation of O 2 with an O 2 flow rate of 5 L min −1 .…”
Section: Chamber Experimentsmentioning
confidence: 99%