Laboratory Kinetics at Low Temperature
One of the approaches for understanding the atmospheric chemistry and to predict the chemical change of the composition of the earth atmosphere is to model the system using as the input parameters the photochemical and chemical reactions rates determined in the laboratory.
KeywordsCombustion Methane Microwave Sulfide Hydroxyl
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