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28). Nevertheless, Foon and Kaufman (32 ) believe that Wagner s result is the preferable one at this time. Work in the area of absolute rate constant determinations f o r fluorine atoms is still generally in the preliminary stage. The nature of tracer F experiments makes direct absolute rate determinations very difficult, while facilitating relative rate measurement. Measurements with F at various temperatures will eventually be important structed a target that can be used with cyclotron-produced fast neutrons at temperatures as high as 475 Κ (33).
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Pressure" for CH FCH and CD FCD in NF , CF SF , and C F . Different pressure' scales are used for each gas—chosen to give the same visual slope for CD FCD in all four gases (7, 24, 49). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1978. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1978. 4 13±1. 5 27±2. 7 2 19±2 CD Isotope Effect 137 ± 8 CH^FCHs Extrapolated Half-Stabilization P r e s s u r e s (Torr) 2 Table Χ . Extrapolated P r e s s u r e s for Half-Stabilization for Fluoroethyl Radicals in N F , C F , S F and C F Bath Gases.
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