Submission Title

Potential Non-Statistical Dynamics in Combustion, Atmospheric and Stellar Reactions

Presenter Information

Lydia Rush, Gonzaga University

Session Number

RS7

Location

Robinson 210

Abstract Number

RS7-c

Abstract

Combustion, atmospheric and stellar reactions are gas phase reactions that often have characteristics associated with non-statistical behavior. A vibrational analysis might be used to predict non-statistical reaction dynamics which will allow us to scan thousands of gas phase reactions without using expensive dynamics calculations. Furthermore, using basic science to understand these gas phase reactions could provide further insight into environmental reactions.

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Potential Non-Statistical Dynamics in Combustion, Atmospheric and Stellar Reactions

Robinson 210

Combustion, atmospheric and stellar reactions are gas phase reactions that often have characteristics associated with non-statistical behavior. A vibrational analysis might be used to predict non-statistical reaction dynamics which will allow us to scan thousands of gas phase reactions without using expensive dynamics calculations. Furthermore, using basic science to understand these gas phase reactions could provide further insight into environmental reactions.