Iodomethane Vapor Oxidation in Air Medium
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Thermal decomposition and chemical oxidation of iodomethane under dynamic conditions have been studied. It has been found by differential thermogravimetric analysis with subsequent mass spectrometry that iodine(V) oxide is the product of the chemical interaction of iodomethane with ozone. It can be effectively captured on an inert ceramic carrier at a relatively low temperature.
Keywords:iodomethane oxidation thermal decomposition radioiodine collection gaseous radioactive waste
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