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Author(s):   Malins, R.J.; Setser, D.W.
Title:   Rate constants and vibrational energy disposal for reaction of H atoms with Br2, SF5Br, PBr3, SF5, and SF4
Journal:   J. Chem. Phys.
Volume:   73
Year:   1980
Reference type:   Journal article
Squib:   1980MAL/SET5666

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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
  1980MAL/SET5666   Br2 + HBr + Br·  298   3.30           3.30  2
  Reference reaction:  Cl2 + HCl + ·Cl 2
  1980MAL/SET5666   SF4 + HF + SF3  298   0.01           0.01  2
  Reference reaction:  Cl2 + HCl + ·Cl 2
  1980MAL/SET5666   PBr3 + HBr + PBr2  298   1.20           1.20  2
  Reference reaction:  Cl2 + HCl + ·Cl 2
  1980MAL/SET5666   SF5 + HF + SF4  298   6.90           6.90  2
  Reference reaction:  Cl2 + HCl + ·Cl 2
  1980MAL/SET5666   + SF5BrHBr + SF5  298   41.00           41.00  2
  Reference reaction:  Cl2 + HCl + ·Cl 2

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