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Papers from the colloquium held August 1987. the 1st a part of the two-volume set covers flames: ignition dynamics, flame chemistry, diffusion flames in shear movement, dynamics of flames, combustion diagnostics. half is targeted on heterogeneous combustion and functions.
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Copyright © 1988 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc. All rights reserved. * Research Associate, Department of Chemistry. t Professor, Department of Chemistry. $ Research Associate, Department of Chemistry. § Research Associate, Department of Chemistry. 28 METHANE IGNITION 29 Table 1. d. Monel shock tube. Reaction progress was followed by simultaneous pressure and absorption measurements. The 214 nm absorption technique for monitoring induction zone methyl radical concentration profiles has been described elsewhere (Gardiner et al.