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By Walter Klöpffer, Burkhard Wagner, Klaus Günter Steinhäuser

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This compilation at the degradation of 1,100 commercially vital chemical items is the 1st book to make this information publicly obtainable in a single booklet. the knowledge and annotations were painstakingly assembled over a 10-year interval in a collaboration among academia and regulatory experts. The paintings explains intimately the tools, together with computational ones, for the environmental evaluate of unstable and semi-volatile ingredients, and is rounded off with info tables of deterioration rates.A key source for brands and regulators of such substances.See all Editorial stories

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The general importance of OH as the “detergent“ of the atmosphere relies on the fact that all compounds showing H-atoms or double bonds react with OH, albeit with reaction rate constants varying over a wide range from about 10–16 to 10–10 cm3 molecule–1 s–1. The upper limit roughly corresponds to the diffusion limit (each encounter leads to a reaction). Only saturated perhalogenated (F, Cl, Br) aliphatic hydrocarbons (and SF6) seem to be totally persistent towards the attack of OH-radicals; for these compounds, only the upper limits of kOH are given in the literature.

4 × 5 × 105 This value is typical for many substances of average reactivity and can, in the absence of other sinks, lead to long-range transport in the troposphere, at least within one hemisphere. Hexafluorobenzene reacts slower than benzene by a factor of 10 and shows simple (Arrhenius-type) kinetics; it is thus concluded that no intermediate OHadduct formation is involved in this reaction [26]. , the reaction with acetylene, Eq. 1 × 10–13 cm3 molecule–1 s–1 At low pressures, however, much lower rate constants are measured, suggesting much too high a persistence in the real atmosphere (troposphere).

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