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High Temperature Laser-induced Reactions Between Sulfur and Hydrocarbons.
High Temperature Sci 1972 Jan; 4(1):48-50
High-temperature, laser-induced chemical reactions between solid sulfur and hydrocarbon gases (ethane, ethylene, allene, propylene, and n-butane) are reported. The results suggest that a carbon atom insertion reaction is involved in the formation of the major product, cs2. A possible mechanism for the reaction is proposed.
Issue of Publication
High Temperature Sci., V. 4, No. 1, January 1972, PP. 48-50
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