Rate Constant for the Reaction O2(1 Δ g) + O3→2O2 + O
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6.This detector was prepared by one of us (R.P.W.) from a sample of ultrapure germanium kindly donated by the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford. The authors wish to thank Dr. R. A. Stradling and Mr. Adrian Mears for their kindness and assistance.
7.The rate constants for the reactions are given by F. Kaufman in Progress Reaction Kinetics 1, 3 (1961).
7.A more recent determination of is that of F. Kaufman and J. R. Kelso, J. Chem. Phys. 46, 454 (1967). The first‐order wall deactivation rate constant is of the order of for a Pyrex surface with the dimensions of our reaction system. The rate constant for the reaction is about at room temperature.
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