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Author(s):   Hack, W.; Hoyermann, K.; Kersten, C.; Olzmann, M.; Viskolcz, B.
Title:   Mechanism of the 1-C4H9 + O Reaction and the Kinetics of the Intermediate 1-C4H9O Radical
Journal:   Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.
Volume:   3
Page(s):   2365 - 2371
Year:   2001
Reference type:   Journal article
Squib:   2001HAC/HOY2365-2371

Reaction:   1-C4H9 + CH3CH2CH2CHO +
Reaction order:   2
Reference reaction:   1-C4H9 + → Products
Reference reaction order:   2
Temperature:   298 K
Pressure:  2.00E-3 bar
Rate expression:   5.3x10-2±2.0x10-2
Bath gas:   He
Category:  Experiment
Data type:   Relative rate value measured
Pressure dependence:   None reported
Experimental procedure:   Static or low flow - Data taken vs time
Excitation technique:   Flash photolysis (laser or conventional)
Time resolution:   By end product analysis
Analytical technique:   Fourier transform (FTIR)
Comments:  
H· + n-C3H7CHO are formed from chemically activated decomposition of the initial n-C4H9O adduct.
Reaction consists of H abstraction and an association reaction to form "hot" n-C4H9O. The latter reaction may exhibit a pressure dependent rate so the branching ratio may be pressure dependent. Present results are near the low pressure limit.

Branching ratio is based on the three observed reaction channels. Four other possible channels were identified but no products stemming from these channels were observed. Ab initio calculations by authors suggest each of these four channels could contribute (0.5 to 2)% of the total reactivity.

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