Mercury oxidation via chlorine, bromine, and iodine under atmospheric conditions: thermochemistry and kinetics.

@article{AuzmendiMurua2014MercuryOV,
  title={Mercury oxidation via chlorine, bromine, and iodine under atmospheric conditions: thermochemistry and kinetics.},
  author={Itsaso Auzmendi-Murua and {\'A}lvaro Dom{\'i}nguez Castillo and Joseph W Bozzelli},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2014},
  volume={118 16},
  pages={
          2959-75
        }
}
Emissions of gaseous mercury from combustion sources are the major source of Hg in the atmosphere and in environmental waters and soils. Reactions of Hg(o)(g) with halogens are of interest because they relate to mercury and ozone depletion events in the Antarctic and Arctic early spring ozone hole events, and the formation of Hg-halides (HgX2) is a method for removal of mercury from power generation systems. Thermochemistry and kinetics from published theoretical and experimental studies in the… CONTINUE READING
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