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Rate coefficient for H + CH4 -> H2 + CH3 in the temperature range 1300-1700 degrees K.
Biordi-JC; Papp-JF; Lazzara-CP
J Chem Phys 1974 Jul; 61(2):741-742
The rate coefficient for the title reaction has been determined from complete (that is, including atomic and radical species) microstructure studies of nearly stoichiometric methane-oxygen-argon flames burning at 0.04 Atm.
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
The Journal of Chemical Physics
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