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T. Knight and R. E. Duff, J. C h e m . , 3 4 (1961) 1942. 63 S. R. Byron, J. C h e m . P h y s . , 3 0 (1959) 1380. 64 H. F. Carroll and S. H. Bauer,J. A m e r . C h e m . S o c . , 91 ( 1 9 6 9 ) 7727. 65 J. P. Appleton, M. Steinberg and D. J . Liquornik, J. C h e m . P h y s . , 48 (1968) 599. 6 6 S. Byron, J . C h e m . P h y s . , 4 4 (1966) 1378. 67 B. Cary, Phys. Fluids, 8 (1965) 26. 68 K . L. Wray and S. Byron, Phys. Fluids, 9 (1966) 1046. 69 B. Cary, Phys. Fluids, 9 (1966) 1047. 7 0 R. Fowler and E.

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The resulting profiles were successfully reproduced with the above values of kd, , k , x 2 , and k d - , . Additional amounts of Fz did not appreciably affect the decomposition of HF [ 1141. 5 . 7 kcal mole- over the temperature interval 2800-7500°K by the techniques of infrared emission [ 1, 1171, vacuum ultraviolet absorption [116], and the laser-beam deflection method [118]. The latter study assumed that a negliglble amount of dissociation occurred in the incubation period with the consequence that all rate coefficients other than kd, could be neglected for the initial rate measurement.

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