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G. NO3+H20+N 2 ~ 28 NO3--H20+N 2 (62) Elementary Plasma Reactions of Environmental Interest A good deal of laboratory data have been obtained recently for the rate coefficients and equilibrium constants for the ternary association reactions of several atmosphere negative ions with H2 O94' 187-191) The NO~- • (HaO)n clusters are expected to be relatively unreactive in the atmosphere except in regions where appreciable concentrations of strong acids exist. It is known 119, is6) that HNOa will replace H20 in these clusters and the product ions can then undergo further clustering with HNO 3 NO~'H20 HNO3 >NO~-HNO 3 HNO3 ) NO3(HNO3)2etc.
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