Atmospheric chemistry of HFE-7500 [n-C3F7CF(OC2H5)CF(CF3)2]: reaction with OH radicals and Cl atoms and atmospheric fate of n-C3F7CF(OCHO*)CF(CF3)2 and n-C3F7CF(OCH2CH2O*)CF(CF3)2 radicals.

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Relative rate techniques were used to measure k(OH + HFE-7500) = (2.6+/-0.6) x 10(-14), k(Cl + HFE-7500) = (2.3+/-0.7) x 10(-12), k[Cl + n-C3F7CF(OC(O)H)CF(CF3)2] = (9.7+/-1.4) x 10(-15), and k[Cl + n-C3F7CF(OC(O)CH3)CF(CF3)2] < 6 x 10(-17) cm3 molecule(-1) s(-1) at 295 K [HFE-7500 = n-C3F7-CF(OC2H5)CF(CF3)2]. From the value of k(OH + HFE-7500) an estimate… (More)

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@article{Goto2002AtmosphericCO, title={Atmospheric chemistry of HFE-7500 [n-C3F7CF(OC2H5)CF(CF3)2]: reaction with OH radicals and Cl atoms and atmospheric fate of n-C3F7CF(OCHO*)CF(CF3)2 and n-C3F7CF(OCH2CH2O*)CF(CF3)2 radicals.}, author={Masanori Goto and Y Inoue and M. Kawasaki and Andrey G Guschin and Laurence Molina and Mario J. Molina and Timothy J. Wallington and Michael Hurley}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2002}, volume={36 11}, pages={2395-402} }