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Author(s):   Husain, D.; Marshall, P.
Title:   Determination of absolute rate data for the reactions of atomic sodium, Na(32S1/2), with CH3F, CH3Cl, CH3Br, HCl, and HBr as a function of temperature by time-resolved atomic resonance spectroscopy
Journal:   Int. J. Chem. Kinet.
Volume:   18
Year:   1986
Reference type:   Journal article
Squib:   1986HUS/MAR83

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Rate expression:  k(T) = A (T/298 K)n e-Ea/RT
Rate expression units:
First order:  s-1
Second order:  cm3/molecule s
Third order:  cm6/molecule2 s
R = 8.314472 J / mole K
Energy Units J   Molecular Units Molecule
Pressure Units bar   Temperature Units K
Base Volume Unit cm   Reference Temperature 298.0
Evaluation Temperature 298.0

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Plot   Squib   Reaction   Temp [K]   A   n   Ea [J/mole]   k(298.00 K)   Order
  1986HUS/MAR83   CH3Br + Na·CH3 + NaBr  683 - 889   4.00E-10       1.80E04      2
  1986HUS/MAR83   CH3Cl + Na·CH3 + NaCl  770 - 892   8.00E-10       4.40E04      2
  1986HUS/MAR83   CH3F + Na·CH3 + NaF  804 - 923   7.01E-10       8.20E04      2
  1986HUS/MAR83   Na + HClNaCl +   719 - 966   4.00E-10       3.40E04      2
  1986HUS/MAR83   Na + HBrNaBr +   537 - 885   1.48E-11              2

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