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AC1NUTGS     hypobromous acid

Synonyms: CHEBI:29876, FT-0634842
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  • The relationship between ozone and GEM is further investigated in this paper using basic reaction kinetics (i.e., Cl, ClO, Br, and BrO have been suggested as reactants for GEM) [1].
  • We report the first experimental product study of BrO-initiated oxidation of elemental mercury at atmospheric pressure of ca. 0.987 bar and T= 296+/-2 K [2].
  • We find that above the O((1)D(2)) threshold the contribution of the direct excitation to states other than the A (2)Pi(32) state and the role of curve crossing is considerably larger in BrO compared to that observed for ClO, in agreement with recent theoretical studies [3].


  1. Fate of elemental mercury in the Arctic during atmospheric mercury depletion episodes and the load of atmospheric mercury to the Arctic. Skov, H., Christensen, J.H., Goodsite, M.E., Heidam, N.Z., Jensen, B., Wåhlin, P., Geernaert, G. Environ. Sci. Technol. (2004) [Pubmed]
  2. Product study of the gas-phase BrO-initiated oxidation of Hg0: evidence for stable Hg1+ compounds. Raofie, F., Ariya, P.A. Environ. Sci. Technol. (2004) [Pubmed]
  3. Photodissociation of the BrO radical using velocity map ion imaging: Excited state dynamics and accurate D(0) (0)(BrO) evaluation. Kim, H., Dooley, K.S., Johnson, E.R., North, S.W. The Journal of chemical physics. (2006) [Pubmed]
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