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The isotopic effects in ozone recombination reactions at low pressures are studied using an approximate theory which yields simple analytic expressions for the individual rate constant ratios, observed under "unscrambled" conditions. It is shown that the rate constant ratio between the two competing channels XYZ→ X + YZ and XYZ→ XY+ Z is mainly determined by the difference of the zero-point energies of diatomic molecules YZ and XY and by the efficiency of the deactivation of the newly formeddoi:10.1063/1.2806189 pmid:18163684 fatcat:bqkuutxp75fdxn7rwe5laoasum