THE PHOTOLYSIS OF NITRIC OXIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF OLEFINS.
AEROSPACE CORP EL SEGUNDO CALIF
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Electronically excited nitric oxide produced by irradiation with the 2665 and 2155 A lines of a cadmium arc induces the decomposition of ethylene to acetylene and hydrogen, apparently by a molecular mechanism. The acetylene, which also absorbs the radiation, photolytically reacts with the nitric oxide to give a solid deposit. Author