1992-02-01

The Dependence of Carbon/Hydrogen Ratio on Soot Particle Size 920689

This paper deals with the process regarding how dehydrogenation of soot particles takes place. The measured carbon/hydrogen ratios plotted against mean-diameter of soots fall on a straight line passing through the origin. It is shown that in the course of soot particle growth CM ratio increases linearly with the particle diameter: D. This is an indication of the fact that the number of carbon grows in proportion to D3, whereas that of hydrogen is proportional to D2. It is there by concluded that hydrogen sit only on surface of soot particles.

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