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The Thermal Decomposition of Hydrocarbons. Part 3. Polycyclic N-Alkylaromatic Compounds

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The pyrolysis of the polycyclic n-alkylaromatic compounds, n-alkylpyrenes, methyl-anthracenes and n-alkytnaphthalenes is reviewed. The types and distributions of the decomposition products and also the mechanisms proposed for their formation are described. The theoretical calculations published on the feasibility of the unique elementary hydrogen transfer step, radical hydrogen transfer, are also discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Canada T6G 2G2


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