Volume 17, Issue 2, April 1988
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The experimentally determined eletronic energy levels of approximately 500 neutral and ionic transient molecules possessing from 3 to 6 atoms are tabulated together with the associated vibrational structure, the radiative lifetime, the principal rotational constants, and references to the pertinent literature. Vibrational and molecular beams, and in rare‐gas and nitrogen matrices are included. The types of measurement surveyed include conventional and laser‐ based absorption and emission techniques, laser absorption with mass analysis, and ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy.
Critical Review of rate constants for reactions of hydrated electrons, hydrogen atoms and hydroxyl radicals (⋅OH/⋅O− in Aqueous Solution17(1988); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.555805View Description Hide Description
Kinetic data for the radicals H⋅ and ⋅OH in aqueous solution,and the corresponding radical anions, ⋅O− and e aq− , have been critically pulse radiolysis, flash photolysis and other methods. Rate constants for over 3500 reaction are tabulated, including reaction with molecules, ions and other radicals derived from inorganic and organic solutes.
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This publication contains evaluated and estimated data on the kinetics of reactions involving propane, isopropyl radical, n‐propyl radical, and various small inorganic and organic species which are of importance for proper small inorganic and organic species which are of importance for proper understanding of propanepyrolysis and combustion. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the kinetic data given in earlier publications which are of direct pertinence to the understanding of methanepyrolysis and combustion, but which also contain a large volume of data that are applicable to the propane system. The temperature range covered is 300–2500 K and the density range 1×101 6 to 1×102 1 molecules cm− 3.