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CVEN 607

by: Carolyn Kuhn

CVEN 607 CVEN 607

Carolyn Kuhn
Texas A&M
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Qi Ying

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This 10 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carolyn Kuhn on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CVEN 607 at Texas A&M University taught by Qi Ying in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/226106/cven-607-texas-a-m-university in Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
Kinetics 1 1232009 CVEN 607 Spring 2009 Review of Basic Kinetics Order of reaction and reaction rate First second and third order reactions Pseudo first order reaction Concept of halflife and lifetime 1f2312009 CWEN 607 Spring 2009 Reaction rate as a function of temperature 0 Transition State Theory and Arrhenius equa on 1 Formation of transient complex ABC 9 ABCll 2 Decompose of transient complex ABCll 9 ABC a ABCll 9A8 C b It is assumed in Transition State Theory that a is more likely than b so ABC ABCll 9 AB C Reaction b is the rate determine step and the rate coefficient can be calculated by k AexpE ij A preexponential factor RT E Activation energy 1f2312009 CVlEN 607 Spring 2009 Termolecular reactions 0 Two important reactions OH N02 M 9 HNO3 M O 02 M 9 O3 Termolecular reaction sequences A B AB ka kr are forward and backward reaction rate coefficients AB M 9 AB M k5 is the reaction rate constant 039 AB kaks A B M Reaction rate dt k E kMDA B 1f2312009 CWEN 607 Spring 2009 Termolecular reactions High and low pressure limit when krgtgtksM low pressure limit dAB dt kr All3 k0AB when krltltksM high pressure limit 0133 kalAHB kooAB It can be shown that the overall reaction rate can be expressed as k0 kw 1f2312009 CHEN 607 Spring 2009 k Termolecular reactions Temperature dependence k0 kgoo T 300 km 2160000 300 Further improvement kkokwMF k0kw 1f2312009 CWEN 607 Spring 2009 1 1log10 Pressure dependence of M Atmospheric pressure as a function of height Z mgr E Pressure dependence of M is similar nnexp Z 0 H 1f2312009 CWEN 607 Spring 2009 WHISI 08 08 Cu 013 35 04 13 02 quota E E E E 2 s E a x x xth Height km 1 Photolysis Rate Absorption Cross Section Quantum Yield 1f232009 CVEN 607 Spring 2009 Sources of Chemical Kinetics Data 0 NASAJPL data evaluation httpipldataevaipnasagovdownloadhtm 0 Review papers Atkinson et al 1997 DeMore et al 1997 Carter 1991 Stockwell 1995 1232009 CVEN 607 Spring 2009 10


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