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Kinetics of α-Hydroxy-alkylperoxyl Radicals in Oxidation Processes. HO2-Initiated Oxidation of Ketones/Aldehydes near the Tropopause

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Division of Quantum Chemistry and Physical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, KULeuven, Celestijnenlaan 200F, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, Department of Interphase Chemistry, KULeuven, Kasteelpark Arenberg 23, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, and Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Avenue Circulaire 3, B-1180 Brussels, Belgium
Cite this: J. Phys. Chem. A 2005, 109, 19, 4303–4311
Publication Date (Web):April 14, 2005
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A comparative theoretical study is presented on the formation and decomposition of α-hydroxy-alkylperoxyl radicals, Q(OH)OO (Q = RR‘C:), important intermediates in the oxidation of several classes of oxygenated organic compounds in atmospheric chemistry, combustion, and liquid-phase autoxidation of hydrocarbons. Detailed potential energy surfaces (PESs) were computed for the HOCH2O2 ⇌ HO2 + CH2O reaction and its analogues for the alkyl-substituted RCH(OH)OO and R2C(OH)OO and the cyclic cyclo-C6H10(OH)OO. The state-of-the-art ab initio methods G3 and CBS-QB3 and a nearly converged G2M//B3LYP-DFT variant were found to give quasi-identical results. On the basis of the G2M//B3LYP-DFT PES, the kinetics of the ≈15 kcal/mol endothermal α-hydroxy-alkylperoxyl decompositions and of the reverse HO2 + ketone/aldehyde reactions were evaluated using multiconformer transition state theory. The excellent agreement with the available experimental (kinetic) data validates our methodologies. Contrary to current views, HO2 is found to react as fast with ketones as with aldehydes. The high forward and reverse rates are shown to lead to a fast Q(OH)OO ⇌ HO2 + carbonyl quasi-equilibrium. The sizable [Q(OH)OO]/[carbonyl] ratios predicted for formaldehyde, acetone, and cyclo-hexanone at the low temperatures (below 220 K) of the earth's tropopause are shown to result in efficient removal of these carbonyls through fast subsequent Q(OH)OO reactions with NO and HO2. IMAGES model calculations indicate that at the tropical tropopause the HO2-initiated oxidation of formaldehyde and acetone may account for 30% of the total removal of these major atmospheric carbonyls, thereby also substantially affecting the hydroxyl and hydroperoxyl radical budgets and contributing to the production of formic and acetic acids in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. On the other hand, an RRKM−master equation analysis shows that hot α-hydroxy-alkylperoxyls formed by the addition of O2 to C1-, C2-, and C3-α-hydroxy-alkyl radicals will quasi-uniquely fragment to HO2 plus the carbonyl under all atmospheric conditions.

 Department of Chemistry, KULeuven.

 Department of Interphase Chemistry, KULeuven.


 Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy.


 Corresponding author. E-mail:  [email protected]

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