ENERGY DISTRIBUTION IN FLAMES AND ELECTRICAL DISCHARGES.
LASH MILLER CHEMICAL LABS UNIV OF TORONTO (ONTARIO)
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It is shown that at low pressures the spectrum of the CH and C2 emission is independent of flame parameters. Hence, the initial energy distribution is obtained. This energy distribution is then used to prove that the more than one reaction produces CH in the ethylene flame. A theory is presented taking into account inelastic and reactive collision in the positive column of a DC glow discharge. The structure of the positive column near the anode is also analysed. A survey is presented of DC glow discharges through oxygen. Author
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
- Plasma Physics and Magnetohydrodynamics
- Combustion and Ignition