Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between atomic chlorine and dimethyl selenide; comparison with the reaction between atomic chlorine and dimethyl sulfide

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Thompson, Katherine C.; Canosa Mas, Carlos E.; Wayne, Richard P.;
(2002)
  • Publisher: RSC Publishing
  • Subject: bcs

Dimethyl selenide is the most abundant gaseous selenium species in marine environments. In this work, the value of the rate coefficient for the gas-phase reaction between dimethyl selenide and Cl atoms has been determined for the first time. The value of the second-orde... View more
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