||Fundamental Combustion Research Applied to Pollution Formation. Volume 2C. Physics and Chemistry of Two-Phase Systems: Heterogeneous NO Reduction.
Seeker, W. R. ;
Heap, M. P. ;
Tyson, T. J. ;
||Energy and Environmental Research Corp., Irvine, CA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Air pollution ;
Vapor phase ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Stationary sources ;
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The reports included in the three-part volume describe eight studies by various investigators, to better understand the physics and chemistry of two-phase combustion with respect to pollution formation. Volume IIc gives information on the kinetic rates and mechanisms of nitrogen oxide (NO) reduction on solid particles, in three parts: (1) trials on NO and NH3, alumina, quartz, graphite and soot; (2) comparative study of coal and char; and (3) trials on flyashes and study of reactions involving hydrogen cyanide.