Thermal Electron Capture by some Halocarbons
Halocarbons play important and very disgraceful role in the atmosphere not only destroying the ozone layer but also acting as the greenhouse agents. To diminish their negative influence on the environment it is necessary to find the methods which allow to destroy existing in the atmosphere halocarbons. There are some attempts for develop such procedure. The proposed techniques include several plasma methods: by an electron beam or by using a free localized microwave discharges1. The key processes in these techniques are electron attachment reactions. So, for modeling the system it is necessary to know the rate of these processes, their mechanism and products.
KeywordsElectron Capture Halogen Atom Electron Cyclotron Resonance Microwave Discharge Electron Attachment
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