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Infrared chemiluminescence: Evidence for adduct formation in the H + CH2XI reaction and studies of the N + CH2X (X = Cl/F/I/H) reactions
Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP
Infrared chemiluminescence from a flow reactor has been used to study the H þ CH 2 XI and N þ CH 2 X (X ¼ Cl, F, I, H) reactions at 300 K. Both the HI þ CH 2 Cl and HCl þ CH 2 I channels were identified for the H þ CH 2 ClI reaction. The HCl channel involves adduct, HICH 2 Cl, formation as confirmed by the D þ CH 2 ClI reaction, which gave both HCl and DCl products. The nascent HCl(v) distribution from the H þ CH 2 ClI reaction was P 1 -P 5 ¼ 25 : 29 : 26 : 13 : 7. The rate constant for thedoi:10.1039/b108362g fatcat:xbsuvkvrpzfudkhrbbi2yzd754