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Shock‐Tube Study of Nitrogen Dissociation using Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Light Absorption
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15.The expression for the equilibrium constant was found to be in close agreement with F. R. Filmore’s (“Basic Energy Level and Equilibrium Data for Atmospheric Atoms and Molecules,” RAND Corp, RM‐5201‐ARPA, March 1967) calculation of for the temperature range 3000° to 10 000 °K.
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17.(b) We are grateful to Professor J. C. Keck (MIT) for pointing out two errors in the Keck and Carrier paper, one of which affects the results summarized in Fig. 217a, and also, to C. A. Brau (Avco‐Everett) who supplied us with a corrected version of the figure. Equation (4.59)17a, from which Fig. 2 is derived, should contain the additional multiplicative term, on the right‐hand side. The other error appears in the expression for L in the Appendix.17a It should read .
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25.We are grateful to S. Mayer (Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, Calif.) who extended Benson and Fueno’s calculations of from 2000° to 15 000 °K for us. Curve (5) is based on a Morse potential function (which included the anharmonicity correction term) for the ground‐state nitrogen molecule and assumed a collision cross section with Sutherland’s correction factors applied to the gas‐kinetic collision diameters. The electronic partition function for the molecules additionally included the contribution from the state and for the atoms the contributions from the and excited states. The values of thus computed have a somewhat steeper dependence on temperature at the higher temperatures than those calculated using the simpler prescription described in the Benson and Fueno paper.
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