By I. (editor) Prigogine
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Experimental curves of scaled electron density versus scaled distance were coincident for pd < 750 ton-mm. This indicates that binary collision chain processes are responsible for ionization processes in the stated regime. From an engineering point of view we see that we can scale the ionization measured in the laboratory up to large vehicles flying in the atmosphere within such limits. The principles underlying this binary reaction scaling have been discussed1* and analyzed1O recently for multicomponent systems.
K h h , T. von, Fundamental Equations in Aerothemchemistry. Selecied Combustion Problems, Vol. 11, Butterworths, London, 1956, pp. 167-184. 5. Eschenroeder, A. , Daiber, J. , Golian, T. , in High Temfierature Aspects of Hypersonic Flow, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1963, Chapter 11. 6. Eschenroeder, A. , Boyer, D. W.. and Hall, J. , Physics of Fluids 6, 615 (1962). 7. Lin,S. , Neal, R. , and Fyfe, W. , Physics of Fluids 5, 1633 (1962). 8. Lin,S. , and Teare, J. , Physics of Fluids 6, 355 (1963). 9. Appleton, J.
In the united atom, the diabatic MO’s show no evidence that the charge exchange was non-resonant in the separated atoms. For R w A, the system makes the transition from separated atoms to the united atom. Presumably it is during the time that the system goes through this molecular region ( R ,w A) that the electronic wave function rearranges most violently and transitions among MO’s are most likely to occur. We now have a picture for charge exchange in the case of sudden collisions. As the colliding nuclei quickly pass R M A, the electrons do not have time to rearrange.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 13 by I. (editor) Prigogine