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Anionic Effects in Hot Surface Catalyzed Combustions.


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Bannister, W. W.; Lai, F.; Paramasawat, W.; Sriseubsai, W.; Donatelli, A.; Li, J.; Bonner, F.; Schott, N.; Kurup, P.; Egan, J.; Jahngen, E. G. E.; Muanchareon, P.; Euaphantasate, N.; Chiang, S. K.; Sengupta, S.; Kuo, C. S.; Nagarajan, R.; Chaospukhum, J.; Meesrisom, A.; Kongkadee, V.; Babrauskas, V.

HOTWC 2006;

Halon Options Technical Working Conference, 16th Proceedings. HOTWC 2006. May 16-18, 2006, Albuquerque, NM, 1-16 pp, 2006.

Keywords:

halon alternatives; halons; halon 1301; fire suppression; anionic effects; combustion; hydrocarbons; oxidation; equations; free radicals; air; hot surfaces; catalysts; electrostatic field; electrostatic charges