Gas phase reactions of CF3O- and CF3O-·H2O and their relevance to the detection of stratospheric HCl
chemical reaction kinetics
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The reactions of CF3O-, CF3O-·H2O and CF3O-·HF with HCl and of CF3O- with H2O have been studied at room temperature in a flowing afterglow instrument. All reactions with HCl proceed at the gas kinetic rate. The reaction of CF3O- with HCl proceeds by fluoride transfer, whereas CF3O-·H2O and CF3O-·HF react with HCl by ligand switching. The Gibbs free energy change of the reaction of CF3O- with H2O has been determined at room temperature as well as the collisional dissociation rate constant of CF3O-·H2O ions.
CitationAmelynck, C.; Van, A.-M.; Schoon, B.N.; Arijs, E. (2000). Gas phase reactions of CF3O- and CF3O-·H2O and their relevance to the detection of stratospheric HCl. , International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, Vol. 202, Issue 1-3, 207-216, DOI: 10.1016/S1387-3806(00)00244-X.