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Triplet decomposition in the photolysis and radiolysis of liquid alkylcycloalkanes

Author
FOLDIAK, G1 ; WOJNAROVITS, L
[1] Hungarian acad. sci., inst. isotopes, Budapest 1525, Hungary
Source

Radiation physics and chemistry. 1988, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 335-339 ; ref : 36 ref

CODEN
RPCHDM
ISSN
0146-5724
Scientific domain
General chemistry, physical chemistry
Publisher
Pergamon, Oxford
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Cinétique Composé aliphatique Composé monocyclique Composé saturé Composé éthylénique Décomposition chimique Décyclisation Etat triplet Grappe ionisation Hydrocarbure Photolyse UV Radiolyse gamma Rendement quantique Cyclohexane(éthyl)
Keyword (en)
Kinetics Aliphatic compound Monocyclic compound Saturated compound Ethylenic compound Chemical decomposition Ring cleavage Triplet state Ionization cluster Hydrocarbon Ultraviolet photolysis Gamma radiolysis Quantum yield
Keyword (es)
Cinética Compuesto alifático Compuesto monocíclico Compuesto saturado Compuesto etilénico Descomposición química Desciclización Estado triplete Conglomerado ionización Hidrocarburo Fotolisis UV Radiólisis gama Rendimiento quántico
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001C Chemistry / 001C01 General and physical chemistry / 001C01F Physical chemistry of induced reactions (with radiations, particles and ultrasonics) / 001C01F01 Photochemistry

Discipline
General chemistry and physical chemistry
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
7222155

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