Abstract

We describe photochemical perturbations observed in flame studies using multiple species fluorescence imaging techniques. We model these perturbations using a sequential two-step mechanism that is specific to flames containing significant quantities of nitrous oxide: N2Ohv(λ<250nm)N2+O(D1), followed by O(1D) + H2O → 2OH.

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