The Role of Negative Interaction of Chains and Heterogenic Reactions of Active Centers during the Burning of Hydrogen,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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In branched-chain processes, which take place at low pressures, for example, under conditions of rarefied flames, the role of the reactions of the interaction of chains during triple collisions is insignificant. Under these conditions, however, at a noticeable rate other reactions of the interaction of chains can flow which are realized without the participation of a third particle. In the present work the role of the negative interaction of chains and heterogenic reactions of active centers during the burning of hydrogen are examined.
- Combustion and Ignition