Time-Resolved FTIR Study on the Reaction of CHCl2 with NO2
- Received Date: 2009-01-14
Abstract: The environmentally important free radical reaction of chlorinated methyl CHCl2 with NO2was investigated by step-scan time-resolved FTIR (TR-FTIR) emission spectroscopy. Vibrationally excited products of CHClO, NO, CO, and HCl are observed in the high-resolution IR emission spectra and three possible reaction channels are therefore elucidated. In particular,the product CO is newly detected and the product HCl is identified explicitly as a yield from the CHCl2+NO2 reaction, taking advantage of the sensitive detection of HCl and CO with TR-FTIR. These results are of particular interests to understand the related realistic chemical processes including atmospheric photochemistry, biofuel combustion, waste destruction,and smoking fire.
|Citation:||Kun-hui Liu, Chun-fan Yang, Huan Wang, Wei-qiang Wu, Hong-mei Su . Time-Resolved FTIR Study on the Reaction of CHCl2 with NO2[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2009, 22(2): 134-138. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/22/02/134-138|