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    1. Hughes, KJ; Tomlin, AS; Dupont, VA; Pourkashanian, M
      Experimental and modelling study of sulfur and nitrogen doped premixed methane flames at low pressure

      FARADAY DISCUSSIONS
    2. D'Ottone, L; Campuzano-Jost, P; Bauer, D; Hynes, AJ
      A pulsed laser photolysis-pulsed laser induced fluorescence study of the kinetics of the gas-phase reaction of OH with NO2

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    3. Troe, J
      Analysis of the temperature and pressure dependence of the reaction HO+NO2+M double left right arrow HONO2+M

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL KINETICS
    4. Herron, JT; Green, DS
      Chemical kinetics database and predictive schemes for nonthermal humid airplasma chemistry. Part II. Neutral species reactions

      PLASMA CHEMISTRY AND PLASMA PROCESSING
    5. Wang, KY; Pyle, JA; Shallcross, DE; Larry, DJ
      Formulation and evaluation of IMS, an interactive three-dimensional tropospheric chemical transport model 2. Model chemistry and comparison of modelled CH4, CO, and O-3 with surface measurements

      JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    6. Manke, GC; Hager, GD
      A review of recent experiments and calculations relevant to the kinetics of the HF laser

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL REFERENCE DATA
    7. Yu, Y; Pan, XX; Wang, SH; Hou, HQ
      The reactions of atomic oxygen and Halons

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    8. de los Arcos, T; Castillo, M; Domingo, C; Herrero, VJ; Sanz, MM; Tanarro, I
      Fast processes in a N2O-modulated hollow cathode discharge: Excitation anddiffusion

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    9. Chuong, B; Stevens, PS
      Kinetic study of the OH plus isoprene and OH plus ethylene reactions between 2 and 6 torr and over the temperature range 300-423 K

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    10. de los Arcos, T; Domingo, C; Herrero, VJ; Sanz, MM; Tanarro, I
      Diagnostics and kinetic modeling of the ignition and the extinction transients of a hollow cathode N2O discharge

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    11. Flynn, MJ; Bower, KN; Choularton, TW; Wobrock, W; Makela, JM; Martinsson, B; Frank, G; Hansson, HC; Karlsson, H; Laj, P
      Modelling cloud processing of aerosol during the ACE-2 HILLCLOUD experiment

      TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
    12. Gurevich, AV; Litvak, AG; Vikharev, AL; Ivanov, OA; Borisov, ND; Sergeichev, KF
      Artificially ionized region as a source of ozone in the stratosphere

      USPEKHI FIZICHESKIKH NAUK
    13. Li, RN; Liu, X
      Main fundamental gas reactions in denitrification and desulfurization fromflue gas by non-thermal plasmas

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    14. Tsuji, M; Tanaka, A; Hamagami, T; Nakano, K; Nishimura, Y
      An efficient decomposition of NO into N-2 and O-2 in a fast discharge flowof NO/He mixtures

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 2-LETTERS
    15. Williams, J; Fischer, H; Harris, GW; Crutzen, PJ; Hoor, P; Hansel, A; Holzinger, R; Warneke, C; Lindinger, W; Scheeren, B; Lelieveld, J
      Variability-lifetime relationship for organic trace gases: A novel aid to compound identification and estimation of HO concentrations

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    16. Trevino, C; Mendez, F
      Simplified model for the prediction of ozone generation in polluted urban areas with continuous precursor species emissions

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    17. Sathiamoorthy, G; Kalyana, S; Finney, WC; Clark, RJ; Locke, BR
      Chemical reaction kinetics and reactor modeling of NOx removal in a pulsedstreamer corona discharge reactor

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    18. Falkenstein, Z
      Ozone formation with (V)UV-enhanced dielectric barrier discharges in dry and humid gas mixtures of O-2, N-2/O-2, and Ar/O-2

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    19. Pimentel, AS; Arbilla, G
      Kinetic analysis of the gas-phase reactions of methacrolein with the OH radical in the presence of NOx

      JOURNAL OF THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    20. Rudolph, J; Fu, BR; Thompson, A; Anlauf, K; Bottenheim, J
      Halogen atom concentrations in the Arctic troposphere derived from hydrocarbon measurements: Impact on the budget of formaldehyde

      GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS
    21. Falkenstein, Z
      Effects of the O-2 concentration on the removal efficiency of volatile organic compounds with dielectric barrier discharges in Ar and N-2

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS
    22. Acerboni, G; Jensen, NR; Rindone, B; Hjorth, J
      Kinetics and products formation of the gas-phase reactions of tetrafluoroethylene with OH and NO3 radicals and ozone

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    23. Guenther, J; Erbacher, B; Krankowsky, D; Mauersberger, K
      Pressure dependence of two relative ozone formation rate coefficients

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    24. Ramacher, B; Rudolph, J; Koppmann, R
      Hydrocarbon measurements during tropospheric ozone depletion events: Evidence for halogen atom chemistry

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    25. SCHMIDT RWH; SLEMR F; SCHURATH U
      AIRBORNE PEROXYACETYL NITRATE (PAN) AND PEROXYPROPIONYL NITRATE (PPN)MEASUREMENTS DURING TRACT 1992

      Atmospheric environment
    26. Dombi, A
      Calculation and evaluation of electron-molecule collision reactions in silent electric discharge

      ACH-MODELS IN CHEMISTRY
    27. RIM KT; HERSHBERGER JF
      PRODUCT BRANCHING RATIOS OF THE HCO+NO2 REACTION

      The journal of physical chemistry. A, Molecules, spectroscopy, kinetics, environment, & general theory
    28. Laszlo, Z; Ilisz, I; Peintler, G; Dombi, A
      VUV intensity measurement of a 172 nm Xe excimer lamp by means of oxygen actinometry

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    29. PIRJOLA L; KULMALA M
      MODELING THE FORMATION OF H2SO4-H2O PARTICLES IN RURAL, URBAN AND MARINE CONDITIONS

      Atmospheric research
    30. Pimentel, AS; Arbilla, G
      Kinetic analysis of the gas-phase reactions of methyl tert-butyl ether with the OH radical in the presence of NOx

      JOURNAL OF THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    31. Pimentel, AS; Arbilla, G
      Kinetic analysis of the gas-phase reactions of methyl vinyl ketone with the OH radical in the presence of NOx

      JOURNAL OF THE BRAZILIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    32. BUTKOVSKAYA NI; SETSER DW
      VIBRATIONAL-EXCITATION OF H2O AND HOD MOLECULES PRODUCED BY REACTIONSOF OH AND OD WITH CYCLO-C6H12, N-C4H10, NEO-C5H12, HCL, DCL AND NH3 AS STUDIED BY INFRARED CHEMILUMINESCENCE

      The Journal of chemical physics
    33. PIRJOLA L; LAAKSONEN A; AALTO P; KULMALA M
      SULFATE AEROSOL FORMATION IN THE ARCTIC BOUNDARY-LAYER

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    34. DANIEL JS; SOLOMON S
      ON THE CLIMATE FORCING OF CARBON-MONOXIDE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    35. ZHANG YX; BAUER SH
      MODELING THE DECOMPOSITION OF NITROMETHANE, INDUCED BY SHOCK HEATING

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    36. ZHANG JS; MIAU TT; LEE YT
      CROSSED MOLECULAR-BEAM STUDY OF THE REACTION BR-3(O)

      The journal of physical chemistry. A, Molecules, spectroscopy, kinetics, environment, & general theory
    37. AKHMEDZHANOV RA; VIKHAREV AL; GORBACHEV AM; IVANOV OA; KOLYSKO AL
      INVESTIGATION OF THE OZONE FORMATION PROCESS IN A NANOSECOND MICROWAVE-DISCHARGE IN AIR AND OXYGEN

      Technical physics
    38. HASSON AS; MOORE CM; SMITH IWM
      FLUORINE-ATOM INITIATED OXIDATION OF CF3CF2H (HFC-125) STUDIED BY FTIR SPECTROSCOPY - PRODUCT YIELDS AND KINETIC MODELING

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Faraday transactions
    39. BROWNSWORD RA; HANCOCK G; HEARD DE
      KINETICS OF THE N+NCO REACTION AT 298 K

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Faraday transactions
    40. LASSON E; NIELSEN CJ
      REACTION BETWEEN ATOMIC OXYGEN AND BROMOMETHANES STUDIED BY MATRIX-ISOLATION INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY

      Acta chemica Scandinavica
    41. RAMACHER B; RUDOLPH J; KOPPMANN R
      HYDROCARBON MEASUREMENTS IN THE SPRING ARCTIC TROPOSPHERE DURING THE ARCTOC-95 CAMPAIGN

      Tellus. Series B, Chemical and physical meteorology
    42. CHANG MB; WU SJ
      EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY ON OZONE SYNTHESIS VIA DIELECTRIC BARRIER DISCHARGES

      Ozone: science & engineering
    43. VARANDAS AJC; YU HG
      DOUBLE MANY-BODY EXPANSION POTENTIAL-ENERGY SURFACE FOR GROUND-STATE HO3

      Molecular physics
    44. BUTKOVSKAYA NI; SETSER DW
      DYNAMICS OF OH AND OD RADICAL REACTIONS WITH HI AND GEH4 AS STUDIED BY INFRARED CHEMILUMINESCENCE OF THE H2O AND HDO PRODUCTS

      The Journal of chemical physics
    45. EICHWALD O; YOUSFI M; HENNAD A; BENABDESSADOK MD
      COUPLING OF CHEMICAL-KINETICS, GAS-DYNAMICS, AND CHARGED-PARTICLE KINETICS MODELS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF NO REDUCTION FROM FLUE-GASES

      Journal of applied physics
    46. AKHMEDZHANOV RA; VIKHAREV AL; GORBACHEV AM; IVANOV OA; KOLYSKO AL
      INVESTIGATION OF THE PROCESSES OF DESTRUCTION OF FREON-113 IN A NANOSECOND CORONA DISCHARGE

      High temperature
    47. MEEKS E; LARSON RS; VOSEN SR; SHON JW
      MODELING CHEMICAL DOWNSTREAM ETCH SYSTEMS FOR NF3 O-2 MIXTURES/

      Journal of the Electrochemical Society
    48. FOCKENBERG C; SOMNITZ H; BEDNAREK G; ZELLNER R
      KINETIC AND MECHANISTIC STUDIES OF THE REACTIONS OF CF3O RADICALS WITH NO AND NO2

      Berichte der Bunsengesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie
    49. LU R; TURCO RP; JACOBSON MZ
      AN INTEGRATED AIR-POLLUTION MODELING SYSTEM FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL SCALES .1. STRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    50. BERNTSEN TK; ISAKSEN ISA
      A GLOBAL 3-DIMENSIONAL CHEMICAL-TRANSPORT MODEL FOR THE TROPOSPHERE .1. MODEL DESCRIPTION AND CO AND OZONE RESULTS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    51. KLATT M; SMITH IWM; SYMONDS AC; TUCKETT RP; WARD GN
      STATE-SPECIFIC RATE CONSTANTS FOR THE RELAXATION OF O-2(X(3)SIGMA(-)(G), V=8-11) IN COLLISIONS WITH O-2, N-2, NO2, CO2, N2O, CH4 AND HE

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Faraday transactions
    52. PETTERSEN MV; SCHRIVERMAZZUOLI L; SCHRIVER A; CHAQUIN P; LASSON E
      REACTIONS OF O(D-1) OXYGEN-ATOM WITH 1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE IN SOLID ARGON

      Chemical physics
    53. VANVELDHUIZEN EM; RUTGERS WR; BITYURIN VA
      ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF NO REMOVAL BY PULSED CORONA DISCHARGES

      Plasma chemistry and plasma processing
    54. SIPOSNAGY G; DOMBI A
      GAS-PHASE REACTIONS IN SILENT ELECTRIC-DISCHARGES .2. CHEMICAL-REACTIONS INVOLVING ELECTRON-MOLECULE COLLISIONS IN OXYGEN

      Ozone: science & engineering
    55. SIPOSNAGY G; HORVATH D; DOMBI A
      CAR PHASE REACTIONS IN SILENT ELECTRIC-DISCHARGES .3. INVESTIGATION OF CHEMICAL-REACTIONS INVOLVING ELECTRON-MOLECULE COLLISIONS IN VARIOUSMIXTURES OF O-2 WITH AR, N-2 OR CO

      Ozone: science & engineering
    56. CHASE MW
      NIST-JANAF THERMOCHEMICAL TABLES FOR THE IODINE OXIDES

      Journal of physical and chemical reference data
    57. CHASE MW
      NIST-JANAF THERMOCHEMICAL TABLES FOR THE BROMINE OXIDES

      Journal of physical and chemical reference data
    58. BUTKOVSKAYA NI; SETSER DW
      CHEMICAL-DYNAMICS OF H ABSTRACTION BY OH RADICALS - VIBRATIONAL-EXCITATION OF H2O, HOD, AND D2O PRODUCED IN REACTIONS OF OH AND OD WITH HBRAND DBR

      Journal of physical chemistry
    59. BROMLY JH; BARNES FJ; MURIS S; YOU X; HAYNES BS
      KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE NO-SENSITIZED OXIDATION OF METHANE

      Combustion science and technology
    60. BABUSHOK V; NOTO T; BURGESS DRF; HAMINS A; TSANG W
      INFLUENCE OF CF3I, CF3BR, AND CF3H ON THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE COMBUSTIONOF METHANE

      Combustion and flame
    61. PAGSBERG P; SILLESEN A; JODKOWSKI JT; RATAJCZAK E
      KINETICS OF THE F-]FNO2+M REACTION STUDIED BY PULSE-RADIOLYSIS COMBINED WITH TIME-RESOLVED IR AND UV SPECTROSCOPY(NO2+M)

      Chemical physics letters
    62. KARCHER B; HIRSCHBERG MM; FABIAN P
      SMALL-SCALE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF AIRCRAFT EXHAUST SPECIES AT CRUISING ALTITUDES

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    63. SHINDELL DT; DEZAFRA RL
      CHLORINE MONOXIDE IN THE ANTARCTIC SPRING VORTEX .2. A COMPARISON OF MEASURED AND MODELED DIURNAL CYCLING OVER MCMURDO STATION, 1993

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    64. KRAMM G; DLUGI R; DOLLARD GJ; FOKEN T; MOLDERS N; MULLER H; SEILER W; SIEVERING H
      ON THE DRY DEPOSITION OF OZONE AND REACTIVE NITROGEN SPECIES

      Atmospheric environment
    65. STARIKOVSKAYA SM
      ENERGY-DISTRIBUTION OVER THE INTERNAL DEGREES OF FREEDOM IN GAS FOR AHIGH-VOLTAGE NANOSECOND DISCHARGE IN THE CASE OF O-2 DISSOCIATION

      Plasma physics reports
    66. ZABEL F
      UNIMOLECULAR DECOMPOSITION OF PEROXYNITRATES

      Zeitschrift für physikalische Chemie
    67. HASEGAWA K; HORII K; MATSUYAMA M; WATANABE K
      APPLICABILITY OF THE UV-STIMULATED OXIDATION TO TRITIUM CLEANUP

      Fusion technology
    68. STARK MS; WADDINGTON DJ
      OXIDATION OF PROPENE IN THE GAS-PHASE

      International journal of chemical kinetics
    69. GLARBORG P; DAMJOHANSEN K; MILLER JA
      THE REACTION OF AMMONIA WITH NITROGEN-DIOXIDE IN A FLOW REACTOR - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NH2+NO2 REACTION

      International journal of chemical kinetics
    70. AKHMEDZHANOV RA; VIKHAREV AL; GORBACHEV AM; IVANOV OA; KOLGANOV NG; KOLISKO AL; OFITSEROV MM
      NANOSECOND MICROWAVE-DISCHARGE AS AN OZONE SOURCE IN THE UPPER-ATMOSPHERE

      Physics letters. A
    71. OUMGHAR A; LEGRAND JC; DIAMY AM
      METHANE CONVERSION BY AN AIR MICROWAVE PLASMA

      Plasma chemistry and plasma processing
    72. METCALFE SE; WHYATT JD; DERWENT RG
      A COMPARISON OF MODEL AND OBSERVED NETWORK ESTIMATES OF SULFUR DEPOSITION ACROSS GREAT-BRITAIN FOR 1990 AND ITS LIKELY SOURCE ATTRIBUTION

      Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
    73. ANTONOVSKII VL
      THE KINETICS OF THERMOLYSIS OF ORGANIC AND ORGANOELEMENTAL PEROXIDES IN THE GAS-PHASE

      Kinetics and catalysis
    74. HACK W; THIESEMANN H
      ABSOLUTE DETERMINATION OF THE DECOMPOSITION PATHWAYS OF ELECTRONIC CHEMICALLY ACTIVATED METHANOL

      Journal of physical chemistry
    75. ARMERDING W; COMES FJ; SCHULKE B
      O(D-1) QUANTUM YIELDS OF OZONE PHOTOLYSIS IN THE UV FROM 300 NM TO ITS THRESHOLD AND AT 355 NM

      Journal of physical chemistry
    76. BELIKOV AE; KUSNETSOV OV; SHARAFUTDINOV RG
      THE RATE OF COLLISIONAL QUENCHING OF N2O-SIGMA), N-2(+) (B-2-SIGMA), O-2(+) (B(4)SIGMA), O+ (3D), O (3P), AR+ (4P'), AR (4P,4P') AT THE TEMPERATURE LESS-THAN-OR-EQUAL-TO-200K( (B2)

      The Journal of chemical physics
    77. CAMPUZANOJOST P; CROCE AE; HIPPLER H; SIEFKE M; TROE J
      KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF THE F-2 REACTION SYSTEM UNDERHIGH-PRESSURE AND LOW-TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS(O)

      The Journal of chemical physics
    78. HU J; STEDMAN DH
      ATMOSPHERIC RO(X) RADICALS AT AN URBAN SITE - COMPARISON TO A SIMPLE THEORETICAL-MODEL

      Environmental science & technology
    79. VENTURA ON; KIENINGER M
      THE FO2 RADICAL - A NEW SUCCESS OF DENSITY-FUNCTIONAL THEORY

      Chemical physics letters
    80. LEE C; KIM HR
      A CLASSICAL TRAJECTORY STUDY OF O-2 COLLISION(O)

      Chemical physics letters
    81. TAKANO S; NAKAI N; KAWAGUCHI K
      DETECTION OF THE SO J(N)=1(0)-]0(1) ROTATIONAL TRANSITION IN NGC-253 - COMPARISON OF THE MOLECULAR ABUNDANCES AMONG EXTRAGALAXIES

      Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
    82. TALUKDAR RK; BURKHOLDER JB; SCHMOLTNER AM; ROBERTS JM; WILSON RR; RAVISHANKARA AR
      INVESTIGATION OF THE LOSS PROCESSES FOR PEROXYACETYL NITRATE IN THE ATMOSPHERE - UV PHOTOLYSIS AND REACTION WITH OH

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    83. HAYMAN GD; JENKIN ME; MURRELLS TP; JOHNSON CE
      TROPOSPHERIC DEGRADATION CHEMISTRY OF HCFC-123 (CF3CHCL2) - A PROPOSED REPLACEMENT CHLOROFLUOROCARBON

      Atmospheric environment
    84. SHARKEY P; SIMS IR; SMITH IWM; BOCHEREL P; ROWE BR
      PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF THE RATE CONSTANTS FOR THE ASSOCIATION REACTION OF OH RADICALS WITH NO BETWEEN 301-K AND 23-K

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Faraday transactions
    85. VANBRUNT RJ; HERRON JT
      PLASMA CHEMICAL-MODEL FOR DECOMPOSITION OF SF6 IN A NEGATIVE GLOW CORONA DISCHARGE

      Physica scripta. T
    86. XIONG JQJ; CARR RW
      THERMAL-DECOMPOSITION OF CF2CLO2NO2

      Journal of physical chemistry
    87. LINDSTEDT RP; LOCKWOOD FC; SELIM MA
      DETAILED KINETIC MODELING OF CHEMISTRY AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON AMMONIA OXIDATION

      Combustion science and technology
    88. HIRAOKA K; OHASHI N; KIHARA Y; YAMAMOTO K; SATO T; YAMASHITA A
      FORMATION OF FORMALDEHYDE AND METHANOL FROM THE REACTIONS OF H-ATOMS WITH SOLID CO AT 10-20-K

      Chemical physics letters
    89. KLATT M; SMITH IWM; TUCKETT RP; WARD GN
      STATE-SPECIFIC RATE CONSTANTS FOR THE RELAXATION OF O2(X(3)SIGMA(G)(-)) FROM VIBRATIONAL LEVELS NU=8 TO 11 BY COLLISIONS WITH NO2 AND O2

      Chemical physics letters
    90. CHRISTENSEN PS; WEDEL S; LIVBJERG H
      THE KINETICS OF THE PHOTOLYTIC PRODUCTION OF AEROSOLS FROM SO2 AND NH3 IN HUMID AIR

      Chemical Engineering Science
    91. SMITH IWM; TUCKETT RP; WHITHAM CJ
      VIBRATIONAL-STATE SPECIFICITY AND SELECTIVITY IN THE REACTIONS N-]NO(V)+H AND N+NO(V)-]N2+O(OH)

      The Journal of chemical physics
    92. BYCHKOV VL; YUROVSKII VA
      MODELING OF BEAM PLASMAS IN WATER-VAPOR

      High temperature


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