SURFACE RECOMBINATION EFFICIENCIES IN FLOWS CONTAINING STEP-FUNCTION INCREASES IN ATOMIC OXYGEN
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CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LAB INC BUFFALO NY
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A study was made of the initial interaction of atomic oxygen with various metals in steady flows which provide a step-function increase, or pulse, in the atom concentration. The observations were made by means of thin-film resistance thermometry. The results are presented under three categories as follows surface recombination efficiencies, atom concentrations, and recombination heat transfer rate.
- Physical Chemistry
- Fluid Mechanics