2 edition of gas phase reaction of UF found in the catalog.
gas phase reaction of UF
Richard King Pearson
by Dept. of Energy, [Office for Defense Programs], Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Livermore, Calif.], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Richard K. Pearson, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.|
|Series||UCID ; 17969, UCID -- 17969.|
|Contributions||United States. Energy Research and Development Administration., Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 leaves :|
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The gas-phase chemical reduction process reviewed by the AltTech Panel was submitted to the Army by ECO LOGIC, Inc., of Rockwood, Ontario. ECO LOGIC is the developer and TPC for this technology and will be referred to as the TPC. The complex gas phase reactions take place in a PFR. The feed is equal molar in A and B with F A0 = 10 mol/min and the volumetric flow rate is dm 3 /min. The reactor volume is 1, dm 3, there is no pressure drop, the total entering concentration is C T0 = mol/dm 3 and the rate constants are. Plot F A, F B, F C, F D and C/D as a function of V. Solution. Gas Phase PFR, .
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Uranium hexafluoride (U F 6), colloquially known as "hex" in the nuclear industry, is a compound used in the process of enriching uranium, which produces fuel for nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons.
gas phase reaction of UF book Hex forms solid grey crystals at standard temperature and pressure, is highly toxic, reacts with water, and is corrosive to most compound reacts mildly with aluminium, Chemical formula: UF₆.
Get this from a library. The gas phase reaction of UF₆ with SiH₄. [Richard King Pearson; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.; Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.].
1. Introduction. Uranium hexafluoride (UF 6) is a key compound in the nuclear fuel e of its low boiling point, UF 6 is used to enrich fissionable isotope through gas phase diffusion.The reaction of enriched UF 6 with water is a controlled step to produce pure nuclear fuel, uranium dioxide.The initial UF 6 /H 2 O ratio was found affecting on the Cited by: 4.
Both the gas-phase and liquid-phase reactions were performed at 60°C. The TOFs for the gas-phase reaction were found to be 5–10 times higher than those for the liquid-phase reaction (Fig. It was noted that the concentrations of molecular oxygen are similar under both conditions but the isopropanol concentration in the gas phase is.
The book brings together, for the first time, all aspects of reactions of metallic species in the gas phase and gives an up-to-date overview of the field.
Reactions covered include those of atomic, other free radical and transient neutral species, as well as Edition: 1.
At atmospheric pressure, solid UF 6 will transform directly to UF 6 gas (sublimation) when the temperature is raised to °F (57°C), without going through a liquid phase.
These properties are shown in the phase diagram below, which presents the different physical forms of UF 6 as a function of temperature and pressure. Book. TOC. Actions. Share. Gas‐Phase Pyrolytic Reactions. Author(s): Nouria A.
Al‐Awadi; First published: 8 November Gas‐Phase Pyrolysis of Phosphorus Ylides (Pages: ) Summary; PDF References; Request permissions; Index (Pages:.
RATE EXPRESSIONS FOR GAS-PHASE REACTIONS. Bimolecular reactions. A bimolecular reaction involves the collision of two reactants A and B to yield two products C and D.
The collision produces an activated complex AB* which decomposes rapidly either to the original reactants A and B or to the products C and D. The reaction is written. Heterogeneous reaction • solid – fluid (liquid, gas) • liquid – gas • solid – solid ¾ Dissolution of solids (e.g.
MgCO 3(s) + HNO 3(l)) ¾ Chemical Vapor Deposition (SiH 4(g) o Si (s) + 2H 2) ¾ Sublimation (U (s) + 3 F 2(g) o UF 6(g)) ¾ Reduction of solid oxides (NiO (s) + H 2(g) o Ni (s) + H 2 O (g)) ¾ Metals oxidation (Zn (s) + O 2(g) o ZnO (s)) ¾ Catalytic reactions. Foundation. In beginning our study of the reactions of gases, we will assume a knowledge of the physical properties of gases as described by the Ideal Gas Law and an understanding of these properties as given by the postulates and conclusions of the Kinetic Molecular assume that we have developed a dynamic model of phase equilibrium.
Neverheless, up to the middle of the twentieth century, gas kinetics was mainly concerned with the interpretation of complex chemical reactions via a set of elementary reactions. But later on, the situation changed drastically.
First, the conditions for reducing microscopic cquations to macroscopic ones were clearly set up. Contents Page Foreword Ill Preface IV Acknowledgment V xprocessesandelementaryreactions 1 Neutraloxygenspecies 1 Complexchemicalsystems 1 a. Gas phase ion chemistry is a field of science encompassed within both chemistry and is the science that studies ions and molecules in the gas phase, most often enabled by some form of mass far the most important applications for this science is in studying the thermodynamics and kinetics of reactions.
For example, one application is in studying the. Gas Phase Reactions. The simplest chemical reactions are those that occur in the gas phase in a single step, such as the transfer of a chlorine atom from ClNO 2 to NO to form NO 2 and ClNO.
ClNO 2 (g) + NO(g) NO 2 (g) + ClNO(g) This reaction can be understood by writing the Lewis structures for all four components of the reaction. University of Florida. Richardson Research Group reactivity in transition metal and main group chemistry.
“Gas-phase reactions of bis (eta(5)-cyclopentadienyl)methylzirconium cations with ketones and aldehydes,” OrganometallicsBooks, Contributor of Chapter.
With the above, the combustion reactions are essentially carried out to completion under normal gasification operating conditions. And, under the condition of high carbon conversion, the three heterogeneous reactions (reactions 4 to 6) can be reduced to two homogeneous gas phase reactions of water-gas-shift and steam methane-reforming (reactions 7 and 8 below), which.
Gas-phase rate constants are normally expressed in units of mol s –1, but rate constants of reactions in solution are conventionally given in mol/L units, or dm 3 mol –1 s –1. Conversion between them depends on a number of assumptions and is non-trivial.
For each of the following gas-phase reactions, write the relative rate expressions in terms of the appearance of each product and the disappearance of each reactant: a. chlorine dioxide --> chlorine +oxygen b.
nitrous acid + delta heat --> nitric acid + water + nitrogen monoxide c. combustion of methane, CH4 (g) d. If the concentration of methane in part (c) is. Experimental studies of gas-phase chemical reactions and molecular energy transfer at very low temperatures and between electrically neutral species are reviewed.
Although work of collisionally induced vibrational and rotational transfer is described, emphasis is placed on very recent results on the rates of free radical reactions obtained by applying the pulsed laser photolysis. Consider a reaction A + 2B in the gas phase (i.e.
A and B are gases) occurring in a fixed volume V at a fixed temperature T. In the ideal gas approximation, at any time 1, if NA and Ng are molar amounts: (1) Write an expression for the total entropy. (ii) Assume that at time 1 = 0, N (0) = N20, N90) = 0 and the extent of reac- tion (0)=0.
Problem 2 (25/): The elementary irreversible gas phase reaction AB takes place in an adiabatic CSTR with a volume of 50 L. The total molar feed flow rate is mol/h containing 30% of A (molar percentage) and the rest being inert gas. The total volumetric flow rate is 25 L/h.
The feed is kept at K with the heat capacity being 16 cal/mol K).The gaseous dimerization equilibrium 2 UF/sub 5/=U/sub 2/F/sub 10/ was studied by high temperature mass spectrometry over the range to K.
Gaseous UF/sub 5/ monomer and dimer were generated by the reaction of UF/sub 6/(g) with a solid phase that was initially UF/sub 4/(s), and the abundances of the two species were monitored with both the parent and major .Abstract.
The objective of this paper is to demonstrate that NF 3 fluorinates uranium metal, UO 2, UF 4, UO 3, U 3 O 8, and UO 2 F 2 •2H 2 O to produce the volatile UF 6 at temperatures between and ºC. Thermogravimetric reaction profiles are described that reflect changes in the uranium oxidation state and discrete chemical speciation.