STOM RECOMBINATION ON SURFACES.
Final rept. Mar 63-Aug 65,
MCGILL UNIV MONTREAL (QUEBEC)
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The recombination coefficients of atomic hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen on stainless steel, nickel, chromium and titanium were estimated from measurements of the energy dissipated at the test surface. The test specimens were in the form of cylindrical probes containing heating elements and small bead thermistors as temperature sensing elements. Changes in temperature sensing elements. Changes in temperature of the test probes of less than 0.02C could be readily detected. Values of the measured recombination coefficients varied from 0.05 O on Ni to less than 0.0001 H, O and N on Ti. Author
- Atmospheric Physics
- Physical Chemistry
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods