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Air pollutants formed in thermal decomposition of folpet fungicide under oxidative conditions 206 160 0
Oxidation reactions and spontaneous ignition of linseed oil 75 71 0
Computational study of the oxidation and decomposition of dibenzofuran under atmospheric conditions 23 22 0
Thermochemical properties and decomposition pathways of three isomeric semiquinone radicals 85 80 0
Formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (PCDD/F) in oxidation of captan pesticide 106 105 0
Catalytic pyrolysis of CHF₃ over activated carbon and activated carbon supported potassium catalyst 299 266 0
Experimental and chemical kinetic study of the pyrolysis of trifluoroethane and the reaction of trifluoromethane with methane 268 243 0
Conversion of CHF₃ to CH₂=CF₂ via reaction with CH₄ in the presence of CBrF₃: an experimental and kinetic modelling study 131 121 0
Linseed oil and its tendency to self-heat 83 79 2
Quantum chemical investigation of formation of polychlorodibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans from oxidation and pyrolysis of 2-chlorophenol 62 61 0
Conversion of CHF₃ to CH₂=CF₂ via reaction with CH₄ and CaBr₂ 112 102 0
Adsorption of chlorophenol on the Cu(111) surface: a first-principles density functional theory study 57 56 0
Theoretical study on the thermodynamic properties and self-decomposition of methylbenzenediol isomers 87 84 0
Quantum chemical and kinetic study of formation of 2-chlorophenoxy radical from 2-chlorophenol: unimolecular decomposition and bimolecular reactions with H, OH, Cl, and O₂ 67 67 0
Experimental and kinetic studies of gas-phase pyrolysis of n-C₄F₁₀ 74 73 0
Toxicants formed in fires of captafol pesticide 93 90 2
Toxic pollutants emitted from thermal decomposition of phthalimide compounds 103 101 0
2-chlorophenol adsorption on Cu(100): first-principles density functional study 149 133 0
Mechanisms for formation, chlorination, dechlorination and destruction of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs) 168 144 0
Theoretical study of the ammonia-hypochlorous acid reaction mechanism 83 80 0
A first-principles density functional study of chlorophenol adsorption on Cu₂O(110):CuO 101 90 3
Catalytic pyrolysis of CHF₃ over K₂-xO/AC catalyst 75 73 0
Low temperature oxidation reactions of linseed oil and its active components 166 107 1
Quantum chemical study of low temperature oxidation mechanism of dibenzofuran 69 66 0
Pyrolysis of permethrin and formation of precursors of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (PCDD/F) under non-oxidative conditions 76 74 0
Adsorption of 2-chlorophenol on Cu₂O(1 1 1)–CuCUS: a first-principles density functional study 149 139 0
Mechanistic study of the reaction of CHF₃ with CH₄ 84 79 1
Theoretical study of reaction pathways of dibenzofuran and dibenzo-p-dioxin under reducing conditions 54 51 0
Theoretical study of unimolecular decomposition of catechol 89 85 0
Theoretical study of reactions of HO₂ in low-temperature oxidation of benzene 73 65 0
Interaction of chlorine and oxygen with the Cu(100) surface 82 82 0
A DFT study on the self-coupling reactions of the three isomeric semiquinone radicals 83 78 0
An experimental and kinetic modeling study of the reaction of CHF₃ with methane 93 86 0
Effect of methanol on the gas-phase reaction of trifluoromethane with methane 87 82 0
Conversion of a CFCs, HFCs and HCFCs waste mixture via reaction with methane 119 110 0
Formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans and their precursors in fires of pyrethroid pesticide alpha-cypermethrin 51 48 1
Synthesis of vinylidene fluoride via reaction of chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) with methane 167 153 0
Formation of toxic species and precursors of PCDD/F in thermal decomposition of alpha-cypermethrin 10 9 0
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