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Articles by David M. Bartels
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  Peter Tarabek , Shengyan Liu , Kyle Haygarth and David M. Bartels
  Yields of H2 produced by electron beam irradiation were investigated in a series of room-temperature ionic liquids comprising 1-hexyl-3-methylimidazolium, 1-hexyl-4-(dimethylamino)pyridinium, 1-butyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium, triethylammonium or trioctyl(tetradecyl)phosphonium cations associated with bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide anion. The G(H2) values ranged from 2.6×10−8 mol/J for the imidazolium and pyridinium-based ionic liquids to 2.5×10−7 mol/J for the phosphonium liquid. These results correlate well with yields of gaseous hydrogen in studies of nonionic aliphatic and aromatic organic compounds.
  David M. Bartels
  In a recent paper (Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2005, vol. 74, pp. 210) it was suggested that the anomalous increase of molecular hydrogen radiolysis yields observed in high-temperature water is explained by a high activation energy for the reaction H+H2O→H2+OH. In this comment we present thermodynamic arguments to demonstrate that this reaction cannot be as fast as suggested. A best estimate for the rate constant is 2.2×103 M−1 s−1 at 300 °C. Central to this argument is an estimate of the OH radical hydration free energy vs. temperature, ΔGhyd(OH)=0.0278t−18.4 kJ/mole (t in °C, equidensity standard states), which is based on analogy with the hydration free energy of water and of hydrogen peroxide.
 
 
 
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