Spectral studies related to dissociation of HBr, HCl and BrO
- Ginter, M. L.
- Mar 1, 1986.
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- 1 electronic document
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- Concern over halogen catalyzed decomposition of O3 in the upper atmosphere has generated need for data on the atomic and molecular species X, HX and XO (where X is Cl and Br). Of special importance are Cl produced from freon decomposition and Cl and Br produced from natural processes and from other industrial and agricultural chemicals. Basic spectral data is provided on HCl, HBr, and BrO necessary to detect specific states and energy levels, to enable detailed modeling of the processes involving molecular dissociation, ionization, etc., and to help evaluate field experiments to check the validity of model calculations for these species in the upper atmosphere. Results contained in four published papers and two major spectral compilations are summarized together with other results obtained.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19860013667., Accession ID: 86N23138., NASA-CR-176698., and NAS 1.26:176698.
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