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Laser Photolysis of Formic Acid Vapor At 222 Bnm. Quantum Yields of Stable Products*

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Quantum yields of the stable products, CO, C02 and H2, formed in the excimer laser photolysis of formic acid vapor at 222 nm and 296 K, have been determined. The results, taken together with the primary quantum yield of OH and the mechanism of the subsequent reaction of OH with formic acid, studied earlier in our laboratory, are consistent with the photolytic channels, Although calculated and measured yields from the photolysis of a range of pressures of formic acid are in good agreement, the mechanism is not unique, and molecular photodecomposition paths may occur for the monomer to some extent.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Chemistry National Research Council of Canada Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A OR9


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