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APSIS: a Titan's atmosphere simulation experiment using a continuous-spectrum UV synchrotron beamline

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A new reactor has been designed for experimental simulation of Titan's atmospheric photochemistry and installed at SOLEIL Synchrotron Radiation Facility whose DISCO continuous-spectrum UV beamline is used as the energy source. The products of the photochemistry are detected in situ by mass spectrometry and ex situ by the GC-MS analysis of a cryogenic trap experiment. The formation of C2H2, HCN, C2H4, C2H6, CH3CN and C2N2 is observed and confronted with results of other Titan's photochemical simulation experiments.
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hal-00669756 , version 1 (09-06-2024)

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Zhe Peng, Thomas Gautier, Nathalie Carrasco, A. Giuliani, Guy Cernogora, et al.. APSIS: a Titan's atmosphere simulation experiment using a continuous-spectrum UV synchrotron beamline. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Oct 2011, Nantes, France. 6, pp.EPSC-DPS2011-775. ⟨hal-00669756⟩
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