Composition of reaction intermediates for stoichiometric and fuel-rich dimethyl ether flames: flame-sampling mass spectrometry and modeling studies.

@article{Wang2009CompositionOR,
  title={Composition of reaction intermediates for stoichiometric and fuel-rich dimethyl ether flames: flame-sampling mass spectrometry and modeling studies.},
  author={Juan Wang and Marcos Chaos and Bin Yang and Terrill A Cool and Fred L Dryer and Tina Kasper and Nils Hansen and Patrick Osswald and Katharina Kohse-H{\"o}inghaus and Phillip R. Westmoreland},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 9},
  pages={1328-39}
}
Molecular-beam synchrotron photoionization mass spectrometry and electron-ionization mass spectrometry are used for measurements of species mole fraction profiles for low-pressure premixed dimethyl ether (DME) flames with equivalence ratios ranging from near-stoichiometric conditions (Phi = 0.93) to fuel-rich flames near the limits of flat-flame stability… CONTINUE READING