The HCl+ClONO2 reaction rate on various water ice surfaces
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The reaction ClONO2+HCl Cl2+HNO3 on ice surfaces was investigated using a fast flow reactor coupled to a chemical ionization mass spectrometer. Rough and relatively smooth ice surfaces and single-crystal ice particles were employed to investigate the effect of the different surface morphologies on the reaction mechanism. Large reaction probabilities (>0.1), independent of HCl partial pressure in the range from 210-7 to 810-6 Torr, were measured on these three ice surfaces. These results are consistent with an ionic reaction mechanism involving HCl solvation on a liquid-like surface layer.
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Lee, S. H., Leard, D. C., Zhang, R. Y., Molina, L. T., & Molina, M. J.
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Lee, SH||Leard, DC||Zhang, RY||Molina, LT||Molina, MJ