Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases was published from 1972 - 1989. In 1990 it continued as Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions.
The rates of reactions of Cl2P atoms with methane, and with a series of substituted methanes, have been measured using mass spectrometric analysis of molecular reactant consumption in the presence of excess Cl atoms, with pseudo first order kinetic analysis; this approach minimizes secondary reactions and the problem of reaction stoichiometries. The following rate constants were obtained for Cl + RH reactions: log10(kCH4/cm3 molecule–1 s–1)=(–10.294 ± 0.043)–(778 ± 16) K/T, 300–686 K; log10(kCH3Cl/cm3 molecule–1 s–1)=(–9.673 ± 0.087)–(776 ± 30) K/T, 300–604 K; log10(kCH2Cl2/cm3 molecule–1 s–1)=(–10.078 ± 0.074)–(629 ± 26) K/T, 298–621 K; log10(kCHCl3/cm3 molecule–1 s–1)=(–10.480 ± 0.051)–(599 ± 19) K/T, 297–652 K; log10(kCBrCl3/cm3 molecule–1 s–1)=–12.64 ± 0.08, 652 K. The correlations of these results with data from competitive chlorination studies are discussed in relation to the uncertainly surrounding the Arrhenius parameters for the primary reference reaction, Cl + H2→ HCl + H.
Values for the kinetic isotope (H/D) rate constant ratios, (kCH4/kCD4) and (kCHCl3/kCDCl3), were measured over wide ranges of temperature: log10(kCH4/kCD4)=(–0.155 ± 0.024)+(384 ± 12) K/T, 298–1018 K; log10(kCHCl3/kCDCl3)=(–0.014 ± 0.020)+(167 + 9) K/T, 298–1006 K. These results are in agreement with the predictions of the semi-empirical BEBO (bond-energy-bond order) method.
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Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases
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