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 xxii, 714 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Interaction of theory and experiment in reaction kinetics / R.A. Marcus
 The application of approximate analytical models in the development of modified electrodes for NADH oxidation / P.N. Bartlett and E.N.K. Wallace
 Electrochemistry of DNA / A.M. Oliveira Brett, S.H.P. Serrano and A.J.P. Piedade
 Kinetic modeling and the skin / J. Hadgraft
 Electron transport and twodimensional organization of metalloprotein absorbates investigated by cyclic voltammetry and in situ scanning tunnelling and atomic force microscopy / E.P. Friis, J.E.T. Andersen, L.L. Madsen, P. Møller, M.H. Thuesen, N.H. Andersen and J. Ulstrup
 The kinetics of the partitioning of compounds between octanol and water, and its relationship to the movement of molecules in biological systems / P.R. Fisk, M.G. Ford and P. Watson
 Redox mediated whole cell biosensors for toxicity assessment and environmental protection / B.G.D. Haggett
 Photoelectrochemical kinetics at semiconductor electrodes / L.M. Peter
 Kinetic modeling of electron transfer processes in colloidal semiconductor photocatalysis / C. Boxall
 Hydrodynamic modulation methods in electrochemistry / D.E. Williams and J.V. Macpherson
 AC impedance spectroscopy of polymer films  an overview / A.R. Mount and M.T. Robertson
 Kinetic applications of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance / E.J. Calvo and R.A. Etechenique
 Visualizing ion and solvent transfer processes in electroactive polymer films / S. Bruckenstein, A.R. Hillman and H.L. Bandey
 Ab initio prediction of the performance of membrane separation processes / W.R. Bowen, N. Hilal, M. Jain, R.W. Lovitt, A.W. Mohammad, A.O. Sharif, P.M. Williams and C.J. Wright
 A new approach to the prediction of diffusion coeffcients / P.R. Fisk and P. Jonathan
 Electrode reactions in microvolumes / C.M.A. Brett
 Some kinetic considerations of chemical vapour deposition processes / M.L. Hitchman
 The mechanism of methanol electrooxidation / A. Hamnett
 Spontaneous formation and breakdown of vesicles in aqueous media / M. Misran, S. Bucak, and B.H. Robinson.
 Interaction of theory and experiment in reaction kinetics / R.A. Marcus
 The application of approximate analytical models in the development of modified electrodes for NADH oxidation / P.N. Bartlett and E.N.K. Wallace
 Electrochemistry of DNA / A.M. Oliveira Brett, S.H.P. Serrano and A.J.P. Piedade
 Kinetic modeling and the skin / J. Hadgraft
 Electron transport and twodimensional organization of metalloprotein absorbates investigated by cyclic voltammetry and in situ scanning tunnelling and atomic force microscopy / E.P. Friis, J.E.T. Andersen, L.L. Madsen, P. Møller, M.H. Thuesen, N.H. Andersen and J. Ulstrup
 The kinetics of the partitioning of compounds between octanol and water, and its relationship to the movement of molecules in biological systems / P.R. Fisk, M.G. Ford and P. Watson
 Redox mediated whole cell biosensors for toxicity assessment and environmental protection / B.G.D. Haggett
 Photoelectrochemical kinetics at semiconductor electrodes / L.M. Peter
 Kinetic modeling of electron transfer processes in colloidal semiconductor photocatalysis / C. Boxall
 Hydrodynamic modulation methods in electrochemistry / D.E. Williams and J.V. Macpherson
 AC impedance spectroscopy of polymer films  an overview / A.R. Mount and M.T. Robertson
 Kinetic applications of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance / E.J. Calvo and R.A. Etechenique
 Visualizing ion and solvent transfer processes in electroactive polymer films / S. Bruckenstein, A.R. Hillman and H.L. Bandey
 Ab initio prediction of the performance of membrane separation processes / W.R. Bowen, N. Hilal, M. Jain, R.W. Lovitt, A.W. Mohammad, A.O. Sharif, P.M. Williams and C.J. Wright
 A new approach to the prediction of diffusion coeffcients / P.R. Fisk and P. Jonathan
 Electrode reactions in microvolumes / C.M.A. Brett
 Some kinetic considerations of chemical vapour deposition processes / M.L. Hitchman
 The mechanism of methanol electrooxidation / A. Hamnett
 Spontaneous formation and breakdown of vesicles in aqueous media / M. Misran, S. Bucak, and B.H. Robinson.
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 xix, 448 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Preface xvii PART 1. BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMICAL KINETICS 1 Chapter 1. Chemical Reaction and Kinetic Quantities 3 1.1. The chemical reaction 3 1.2. Homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions 8 1.3. Extent and speed of a reaction 9 1.4. Volumetric and areal speed of a monozone reaction 12 1.5. Fractional extent and rate of a reaction 14 1.6. Reaction speeds and concentrations 18 1.7. Expression of volumetric speed according to variations in concentration in a closed system 19 1.8. Stoichiometric mixtures and progress 20 1.9. Factors influencing reaction speeds 21 Chapter 2. Reaction Mechanisms and Elementary Steps 25 2.1. Basic premise of kinetics 25 2.2. Reaction mechanism 26 2.3. Reaction intermediates 29 2.4. Reaction sequences and Semenov representation 32 2.5. Chain reactions 34 2.6. Catalytic reactions 37 2.7. Important figures in reaction mechanisms 41 Chapter 3. Kinetic Properties of Elementary Reactions 43 3.1. Space function of an elementary reaction 43 3.2. Reactivity and rate of an elementary step 44 3.3. Kinetic constants of an elementary step 45 3.4. Opposite elementary reactions 47 3.5. Influence of temperature on the reactivities of elementary steps 49 3.6. Modeling of a gas phase elementary step 51 3.7. A particular elementary step: diffusion 58 3.8. Gases adsorption onto solids 64 3.9. Important figures in the kinetic properties of elementary reactions 71 Chapter 4. Kinetic Data Acquisition 73 4.1. Experimental kinetic data of a reaction 73 4.2. Generalities on measuring methods 74 4.3. Chemical methods 74 4.4. Physical methods 75 4.5. Researching the influence of various variables 87 Chapter 5. Experimental Laws and Calculation of Kinetic Laws of Homogeneous Systems 91 5.1. Experimental laws in homogeneous kinetics 91 5.2. Relationship between the speed of a reaction and the speeds of its elementary steps 95 5.3. Mathematical formulation of speed from a mechanism and experimental conditions 96 5.4. Mathematical formulation of a homogeneous reaction with open sequence 99 5.5. Mathematical formulation of chain reactions 101 Chapter 6. Experimental Data and Calculation of Kinetic Laws of Heterogeneous Reactions 109 6.1. Heterogeneous reactions 109 6.2. Experimental kinetic data of heterogeneous reactions 112 6.3. Involvement of diffusion in matter balances 119 6.4. Example of mathematical formulation of a heterogeneous catalytic reaction 124 6.5. Example of the mathematical formulation of an evolution process of a phase 127 Chapter 7. Pseudo and Quasisteady State Modes 135 7.1. Pseudosteady state mode 135 7.2. Pseudosteady state sequences with constant volume (or surface)  quasisteady state 147 7.3. Pseudo and quasisteady state of diffusion 150 7.4. Application to the calculation of speeds in pseudosteady state or quasisteady state 151 7.5. Pseudosteady state and open or closed systems 159 7.6. Conclusion 162 7.7. Important figure in pseudosteady state 163 Chapter 8. Modes with Ratedetermining Steps 165 8.1. Mode with one determining step 166 8.2. Pseudosteady state mode with two determining steps 185 8.3. Generalization to more than two determining steps 189 8.4. Conclusion to the study of modes with one or several ratedetermining steps 190 8.5. First order mode changes 190 8.6. Conclusion 191 PART 2. REACTION MECHANISMS AND KINETIC PROPERTIES 193 Chapter 9. Establishment and Resolution of a Reaction Mechanism 195 9.1. Families of reaction mechanisms 195 9.2. Different categories of elementary steps 196 9.3. Establishment of a reaction mechanism 201 9.4. Research into a mechanism: intermediary reactions 205 9.5. Back to the modes and laws of kinetics 210 9.6. Experimental tests 212 9.7. Looking for the type of rate law 218 Chapter 10. Theory of the Activated Complex in the Gas Phase 223 10.1. The notion of molecular energy: the energy of a group of atoms 223 10.2. Bimolecular reactions in the gas phase 227 10.3. Monomolecular reactions in the gas phase 243 10.4. Photochemical elementary reactions 248 10.5. The theory of activated complexes 252 Chapter 11. Modeling Elementary Reactions in Condensed Phase 253 11.1. Elementary reaction in the liquid phase 253 11.2. Elementary reaction in the solid state 268 11.3. Interphase reactions 276 11.4. Electrochemical reactions 280 11.5. Conclusion 290 Chapter 12. The Kinetics of Chain Reactions 291 12.1. Definition of a chain reaction 291 12.2. The kinetic characteristics of chain reactions 292 12.3. Classification of chain reactions 293 12.4. Chain reaction sequences 295 12.5. Kinetic study of straight chain or nonbranch chain reactions 299 12.6. Kinetic study of chain reactions with direct branching 311 12.7. Semenov and the kinetics of chain reactions 321 Chapter 13. Catalysis and Catalyzed Reactions 323 13.1. Homogenous catalysis 324 13.2. Heterogeneous catalysis reactions 335 13.3. Gassolid reactions leading to a gas 351 13.4. Conclusion on catalysis 352 13.5. Langmiur and Hinshelwood 352 Chapter 14. Kinetics of Heterogeneous Stoichiometric Reactions 353 14.1. Extent versus time and rate versus extent curves 354 14.2. The global model with two processes 355 14.3. The OE law 356 14.4. Morphological modeling of the growing space function 357 14.5. The nucleation process 373 14.6. Physicochemical growth models 384 14.7. Conclusion on heterogeneous reactions 386 14.8. Important figures in reaction kinetics 387 Chapter 15. Kinetics of Nonpseudosteady State Modes 389 15.1. Partial pseudosteady state modes 389 15.2. The paralinear law of metal oxidation 392 15.3. Thermal runaway and ignition of reactions 395 15.4. Chemical ignition of gaseous mixtures 397 APPENDICES 405 Appendix 1. Point Defects and Structure Elements of Solids 407 Appendix 2. Notions of Microscopic Thermodynamics 413 Appendix 3. Vibration Frequency of the Activated Complex 425 Notations and Symbols 431 Bibliography 439 Index 441.
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 Preface xvii PART 1. BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMICAL KINETICS 1 Chapter 1. Chemical Reaction and Kinetic Quantities 3 1.1. The chemical reaction 3 1.2. Homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions 8 1.3. Extent and speed of a reaction 9 1.4. Volumetric and areal speed of a monozone reaction 12 1.5. Fractional extent and rate of a reaction 14 1.6. Reaction speeds and concentrations 18 1.7. Expression of volumetric speed according to variations in concentration in a closed system 19 1.8. Stoichiometric mixtures and progress 20 1.9. Factors influencing reaction speeds 21 Chapter 2. Reaction Mechanisms and Elementary Steps 25 2.1. Basic premise of kinetics 25 2.2. Reaction mechanism 26 2.3. Reaction intermediates 29 2.4. Reaction sequences and Semenov representation 32 2.5. Chain reactions 34 2.6. Catalytic reactions 37 2.7. Important figures in reaction mechanisms 41 Chapter 3. Kinetic Properties of Elementary Reactions 43 3.1. Space function of an elementary reaction 43 3.2. Reactivity and rate of an elementary step 44 3.3. Kinetic constants of an elementary step 45 3.4. Opposite elementary reactions 47 3.5. Influence of temperature on the reactivities of elementary steps 49 3.6. Modeling of a gas phase elementary step 51 3.7. A particular elementary step: diffusion 58 3.8. Gases adsorption onto solids 64 3.9. Important figures in the kinetic properties of elementary reactions 71 Chapter 4. Kinetic Data Acquisition 73 4.1. Experimental kinetic data of a reaction 73 4.2. Generalities on measuring methods 74 4.3. Chemical methods 74 4.4. Physical methods 75 4.5. Researching the influence of various variables 87 Chapter 5. Experimental Laws and Calculation of Kinetic Laws of Homogeneous Systems 91 5.1. Experimental laws in homogeneous kinetics 91 5.2. Relationship between the speed of a reaction and the speeds of its elementary steps 95 5.3. Mathematical formulation of speed from a mechanism and experimental conditions 96 5.4. Mathematical formulation of a homogeneous reaction with open sequence 99 5.5. Mathematical formulation of chain reactions 101 Chapter 6. Experimental Data and Calculation of Kinetic Laws of Heterogeneous Reactions 109 6.1. Heterogeneous reactions 109 6.2. Experimental kinetic data of heterogeneous reactions 112 6.3. Involvement of diffusion in matter balances 119 6.4. Example of mathematical formulation of a heterogeneous catalytic reaction 124 6.5. Example of the mathematical formulation of an evolution process of a phase 127 Chapter 7. Pseudo and Quasisteady State Modes 135 7.1. Pseudosteady state mode 135 7.2. Pseudosteady state sequences with constant volume (or surface)  quasisteady state 147 7.3. Pseudo and quasisteady state of diffusion 150 7.4. Application to the calculation of speeds in pseudosteady state or quasisteady state 151 7.5. Pseudosteady state and open or closed systems 159 7.6. Conclusion 162 7.7. Important figure in pseudosteady state 163 Chapter 8. Modes with Ratedetermining Steps 165 8.1. Mode with one determining step 166 8.2. Pseudosteady state mode with two determining steps 185 8.3. Generalization to more than two determining steps 189 8.4. Conclusion to the study of modes with one or several ratedetermining steps 190 8.5. First order mode changes 190 8.6. Conclusion 191 PART 2. REACTION MECHANISMS AND KINETIC PROPERTIES 193 Chapter 9. Establishment and Resolution of a Reaction Mechanism 195 9.1. Families of reaction mechanisms 195 9.2. Different categories of elementary steps 196 9.3. Establishment of a reaction mechanism 201 9.4. Research into a mechanism: intermediary reactions 205 9.5. Back to the modes and laws of kinetics 210 9.6. Experimental tests 212 9.7. Looking for the type of rate law 218 Chapter 10. Theory of the Activated Complex in the Gas Phase 223 10.1. The notion of molecular energy: the energy of a group of atoms 223 10.2. Bimolecular reactions in the gas phase 227 10.3. Monomolecular reactions in the gas phase 243 10.4. Photochemical elementary reactions 248 10.5. The theory of activated complexes 252 Chapter 11. Modeling Elementary Reactions in Condensed Phase 253 11.1. Elementary reaction in the liquid phase 253 11.2. Elementary reaction in the solid state 268 11.3. Interphase reactions 276 11.4. Electrochemical reactions 280 11.5. Conclusion 290 Chapter 12. The Kinetics of Chain Reactions 291 12.1. Definition of a chain reaction 291 12.2. The kinetic characteristics of chain reactions 292 12.3. Classification of chain reactions 293 12.4. Chain reaction sequences 295 12.5. Kinetic study of straight chain or nonbranch chain reactions 299 12.6. Kinetic study of chain reactions with direct branching 311 12.7. Semenov and the kinetics of chain reactions 321 Chapter 13. Catalysis and Catalyzed Reactions 323 13.1. Homogenous catalysis 324 13.2. Heterogeneous catalysis reactions 335 13.3. Gassolid reactions leading to a gas 351 13.4. Conclusion on catalysis 352 13.5. Langmiur and Hinshelwood 352 Chapter 14. Kinetics of Heterogeneous Stoichiometric Reactions 353 14.1. Extent versus time and rate versus extent curves 354 14.2. The global model with two processes 355 14.3. The OE law 356 14.4. Morphological modeling of the growing space function 357 14.5. The nucleation process 373 14.6. Physicochemical growth models 384 14.7. Conclusion on heterogeneous reactions 386 14.8. Important figures in reaction kinetics 387 Chapter 15. Kinetics of Nonpseudosteady State Modes 389 15.1. Partial pseudosteady state modes 389 15.2. The paralinear law of metal oxidation 392 15.3. Thermal runaway and ignition of reactions 395 15.4. Chemical ignition of gaseous mixtures 397 APPENDICES 405 Appendix 1. Point Defects and Structure Elements of Solids 407 Appendix 2. Notions of Microscopic Thermodynamics 413 Appendix 3. Vibration Frequency of the Activated Complex 425 Notations and Symbols 431 Bibliography 439 Index 441.
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 1. Introduction 2. Reaction rate laws 3. Experimental methods 4. Rate constants and reaction orders 5. Collisions and molecular dynamics 6. Reactivity in thermalized systems 7. StructureReactivity Relationships 8. Unimolecular Reactions 9. Reaction in solution 10. Reactions in surfaces 11. Nucleophilic substitution reactions 12. Chain reactions 13. Acidbase catalysis and protontransfer reactions 14. Enzyme catalysis 15. Transitions between electronic states 16. Electron transfers 17. Fractals, chaos and oscillatory reactions.
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 1. Introduction 2. Reaction rate laws 3. Experimental methods 4. Rate constants and reaction orders 5. Collisions and molecular dynamics 6. Reactivity in thermalized systems 7. StructureReactivity Relationships 8. Unimolecular Reactions 9. Reaction in solution 10. Reactions in surfaces 11. Nucleophilic substitution reactions 12. Chain reactions 13. Acidbase catalysis and protontransfer reactions 14. Enzyme catalysis 15. Transitions between electronic states 16. Electron transfers 17. Fractals, chaos and oscillatory reactions.
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 Fundamental ideas of kinetics
 Kinetics of more complex systems
 Techniques and methods
 Reactions in the gas phase
 Reactions in solutions
 Enzyme catalysis
 Kinetics of reactions in the solid state
 Nonisothermal methods in kinetics
 Additional applications of kinetics.
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 Fundamental ideas of kinetics
 Kinetics of more complex systems
 Techniques and methods
 Reactions in the gas phase
 Reactions in solutions
 Enzyme catalysis
 Kinetics of reactions in the solid state
 Nonisothermal methods in kinetics
 Additional applications of kinetics.
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 Contents: 1,4TransPolydienes Polyhalogenated Flame Retardants and Dioxins Kinetics of Growth of the Bacterial Strain Rhodococcus Luteus AC1169 on Different Substrate Kinetics of Growth Pseudomonas Sp. PS17 Tribochemical Synthesis of Pyromellitamidoacids Olygomers Integral Diffusion Coefficients of Symmetrical 1:1 Strong Electrolytes in Water Swollen AcrylamideBased Hydrogels Differential Mutual Diffusion Coefficients of Electrolytes Measured by an Openended Conductoimetric Capillary Cell: A Review The Relationship Between Thermodynamical Parameters of Activated Complexes and Initial Reactants in the Reaction of Peroxides with Amines The Relationship Between Thermodynamical Behaviours of Activated Complexes and Initial Reactants in Peroxide Decay Reactions Basaltic Continuous Multifilament Yarns Ageing in Aggressive Alkaline Media Effect of Technological Parameters Stability at Synthesis of Polybutylene Terephthalate on its Properties Levels of Fractality in Polymers Change of Microgel Structures at Curing Epoxy Polymers in Fractal Space.
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 Contents: 1,4TransPolydienes Polyhalogenated Flame Retardants and Dioxins Kinetics of Growth of the Bacterial Strain Rhodococcus Luteus AC1169 on Different Substrate Kinetics of Growth Pseudomonas Sp. PS17 Tribochemical Synthesis of Pyromellitamidoacids Olygomers Integral Diffusion Coefficients of Symmetrical 1:1 Strong Electrolytes in Water Swollen AcrylamideBased Hydrogels Differential Mutual Diffusion Coefficients of Electrolytes Measured by an Openended Conductoimetric Capillary Cell: A Review The Relationship Between Thermodynamical Parameters of Activated Complexes and Initial Reactants in the Reaction of Peroxides with Amines The Relationship Between Thermodynamical Behaviours of Activated Complexes and Initial Reactants in Peroxide Decay Reactions Basaltic Continuous Multifilament Yarns Ageing in Aggressive Alkaline Media Effect of Technological Parameters Stability at Synthesis of Polybutylene Terephthalate on its Properties Levels of Fractality in Polymers Change of Microgel Structures at Curing Epoxy Polymers in Fractal Space.
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 1. Introduction
 2. Experimental procedures
 3. The kinetic analysis of experimental data
 4. Theories of chemical reactions
 5. Potential energy surfaces
 6. Complex reactions in the gas phase
 7. Reactions in solution
 8. Examples of reaction in solution.
 1. Introduction
 2. Experimental procedures
 3. The kinetic analysis of experimental data
 4. Theories of chemical reactions
 5. Potential energy surfaces
 6. Complex reactions in the gas phase
 7. Reactions in solution
 8. Examples of reaction in solution.
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 Chapter 1. Concepts, definitions, conventions, and notation. Chapter 2. Fundamentals. Chapter 3. Experiments and their evaluation. Chapter 4. Tools for reduction of complexity. Chapter 5. Elementary combinations of reaction steps. Chapter 6. Practical mathematics of multistep reactions. Chapter 7. Network elucidation. Chapter 8. Homogeneous catalysis. Chapter 9. Heterogeneous catalysis. Chapter 10. Chain reactions. Chapter 11. Polymerization. Chapter 12. Mathematical modeling. Chapter 13. Unusual thermal and masstransfer effects. Chapter 14. Instability, periodic reactions, and chaos.
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 Chapter 1. Concepts, definitions, conventions, and notation. Chapter 2. Fundamentals. Chapter 3. Experiments and their evaluation. Chapter 4. Tools for reduction of complexity. Chapter 5. Elementary combinations of reaction steps. Chapter 6. Practical mathematics of multistep reactions. Chapter 7. Network elucidation. Chapter 8. Homogeneous catalysis. Chapter 9. Heterogeneous catalysis. Chapter 10. Chain reactions. Chapter 11. Polymerization. Chapter 12. Mathematical modeling. Chapter 13. Unusual thermal and masstransfer effects. Chapter 14. Instability, periodic reactions, and chaos.
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 DopplerSelected TimeofFlight technique: a versatile threedimensional velocity mapping approach / ShihHuang Lee and Kopin Liu
 The effect of ractive resonance on collision observables / Sheng Der Chao and Rex T. Skodje
 Statetostate dynamics of elementary chemical reactions using Rydberg Hatom translational spectroscopy / Xueming Yang
 Multimass ion imaging  a new experimental method and its application in the photodissociation of small aromatic molecules / ChengLiang Huang, Yuan T. Lee and ChiKung Ni
 Reactions of neutral transition metal atoms with small molecules in the Gas phase / Jonathan J. Schroden and H. Floyd Davis
 Photodissociation dynamics of ozone in the Hartley Band / Paul L. Houston
 Crossed molecular beam reactive scattering: towards Universal Product Detection by soft electronimpact ionization / Piergiorgio Casavecchia, Giovanni Capozza and Enrico Segoloni
 Interactions of vibrationallyexcited molecules at surfaces: a probe for electronically nonadiabatic effects in heterogeneous chemistry / Alec M. Wodtke
 First principles quantum dynamical study of fouratom reactions / Dong H. Zhang, Minghui Yang, SooY. Lee and Michael A. Collins
 Photodissociation dynamics of free radicals / Jingsong Zhang.
 DopplerSelected TimeofFlight technique: a versatile threedimensional velocity mapping approach / ShihHuang Lee and Kopin Liu
 The effect of ractive resonance on collision observables / Sheng Der Chao and Rex T. Skodje
 Statetostate dynamics of elementary chemical reactions using Rydberg Hatom translational spectroscopy / Xueming Yang
 Multimass ion imaging  a new experimental method and its application in the photodissociation of small aromatic molecules / ChengLiang Huang, Yuan T. Lee and ChiKung Ni
 Reactions of neutral transition metal atoms with small molecules in the Gas phase / Jonathan J. Schroden and H. Floyd Davis
 Photodissociation dynamics of ozone in the Hartley Band / Paul L. Houston
 Crossed molecular beam reactive scattering: towards Universal Product Detection by soft electronimpact ionization / Piergiorgio Casavecchia, Giovanni Capozza and Enrico Segoloni
 Interactions of vibrationallyexcited molecules at surfaces: a probe for electronically nonadiabatic effects in heterogeneous chemistry / Alec M. Wodtke
 First principles quantum dynamical study of fouratom reactions / Dong H. Zhang, Minghui Yang, SooY. Lee and Michael A. Collins
 Photodissociation dynamics of free radicals / Jingsong Zhang.
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 General Problems of Chemical Kinetics: Basic concepts of chemical kinetics. Elementary Gas Phase Reactions: Theory of elementary reactions Methods of investigation of elementary reactions Experimental investigation of gas phase reactions. Chemical Reactions in Liquid Phase: Diffusioncontrolled reactions in solution Bimolecular reactions in solutions Influence of media Free radical reactions Reactions of ions and radical ions Reactions of molecules. Chain Reactions: Chain nonbranched reactions Oxidation of organic compounds by dioxygen Chain branched reactions Methods to study chain reactions. Homogeneous Catlysis: General kinetics Regularities in Homogeneous catalysis Acidbase catalysis Redox catalysis Catalysis by metal complexes Enzymes as catalysts.
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 General Problems of Chemical Kinetics: Basic concepts of chemical kinetics. Elementary Gas Phase Reactions: Theory of elementary reactions Methods of investigation of elementary reactions Experimental investigation of gas phase reactions. Chemical Reactions in Liquid Phase: Diffusioncontrolled reactions in solution Bimolecular reactions in solutions Influence of media Free radical reactions Reactions of ions and radical ions Reactions of molecules. Chain Reactions: Chain nonbranched reactions Oxidation of organic compounds by dioxygen Chain branched reactions Methods to study chain reactions. Homogeneous Catlysis: General kinetics Regularities in Homogeneous catalysis Acidbase catalysis Redox catalysis Catalysis by metal complexes Enzymes as catalysts.
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 Reactor types and their characteristics: a broad classification of reactor types the batch reactor the plug flow reactor the continuously stirred tank reactor other reactor types general thoughts on reactor configurations. Collecting data under isothermal operation: collecting raw data data processing and evaluation methods converting from concentrations to mole fractions calculating reaction rates. Using kinetic data in reaction studies: the rate expression formulating kinetic rate expressions formulating elementary rate expressions identifying the region of kinetic rate control formulating mechanistic rate expressions uses of the mechanistic rate expression. Difficulties with mechanistic rate expressions: problems of parameter scaling the catalytic rate expression the integral method of data interpretation caveat. The theory of temperature scanning operation: the fundamentals operating a temperature scanning reactor application to various reactor types temperature scanning batch reactor temperature scanning plug flow reactor temperature scanning continuously stirred tank reactor the temperature scanning stream swept reactor advanced scanning modes flow scanning modes a simplified method of temperature scanning interpreting TSR data using integrated rate expressions the future of temperature scanning. Verification of kinetic dominance: reaction rates  identifying extraneous effects testing for nonchemical influences catalyst instabilities a suggestion. Processing of data: transforming analytical results for data fitting calculating fractional conversion dealing with noise in experimental data data fitting suggested procedures for data cleanup a quick review of matrix operations in mass balancing. Fitting rate expressions to TSR data: fitting rate expressions to experimental data optimization algorithms summary of optimization methods choosing a data fitting procedure. Interpretation of rate parameters: the parameters involved in rate expressions the fundamental constraints on activation energies fundamental constraints on frequency factors frequency factors and activation energies in mechanisms fundamental constraints on heat of adsorption fundamental constraints on the entropy of adsorption experimental rate parameters in catalytic reactions understanding rate parameters. Statistical evaluation of multiparameter fits: the parity plot a list of suggested procedures for data fitting. Experimental studies using TSR methods: applications of temperature scanning reactors the oxidation of carbon monoxide steam reforming of methanol the hydrolysis of acetic anhydride variants on the methods of data interpretation experimental issues in TSR operation. Using a mechanistic rate expression: a plan of action maximizing the conversion of carbon monoxide designing catalysts to improve performance a view of the future of kinetic studies in catalyst development. TSR hardware configurations.
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 Reactor types and their characteristics: a broad classification of reactor types the batch reactor the plug flow reactor the continuously stirred tank reactor other reactor types general thoughts on reactor configurations. Collecting data under isothermal operation: collecting raw data data processing and evaluation methods converting from concentrations to mole fractions calculating reaction rates. Using kinetic data in reaction studies: the rate expression formulating kinetic rate expressions formulating elementary rate expressions identifying the region of kinetic rate control formulating mechanistic rate expressions uses of the mechanistic rate expression. Difficulties with mechanistic rate expressions: problems of parameter scaling the catalytic rate expression the integral method of data interpretation caveat. The theory of temperature scanning operation: the fundamentals operating a temperature scanning reactor application to various reactor types temperature scanning batch reactor temperature scanning plug flow reactor temperature scanning continuously stirred tank reactor the temperature scanning stream swept reactor advanced scanning modes flow scanning modes a simplified method of temperature scanning interpreting TSR data using integrated rate expressions the future of temperature scanning. Verification of kinetic dominance: reaction rates  identifying extraneous effects testing for nonchemical influences catalyst instabilities a suggestion. Processing of data: transforming analytical results for data fitting calculating fractional conversion dealing with noise in experimental data data fitting suggested procedures for data cleanup a quick review of matrix operations in mass balancing. Fitting rate expressions to TSR data: fitting rate expressions to experimental data optimization algorithms summary of optimization methods choosing a data fitting procedure. Interpretation of rate parameters: the parameters involved in rate expressions the fundamental constraints on activation energies fundamental constraints on frequency factors frequency factors and activation energies in mechanisms fundamental constraints on heat of adsorption fundamental constraints on the entropy of adsorption experimental rate parameters in catalytic reactions understanding rate parameters. Statistical evaluation of multiparameter fits: the parity plot a list of suggested procedures for data fitting. Experimental studies using TSR methods: applications of temperature scanning reactors the oxidation of carbon monoxide steam reforming of methanol the hydrolysis of acetic anhydride variants on the methods of data interpretation experimental issues in TSR operation. Using a mechanistic rate expression: a plan of action maximizing the conversion of carbon monoxide designing catalysts to improve performance a view of the future of kinetic studies in catalyst development. TSR hardware configurations.
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 1. Introduction. 2. Phenomenological approach to dispersive kinetics. 3. Approximation of classical kinetics. 4. Kinetics in condensed media. 5. References. 6. Subject index.
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 1. Introduction. 2. Phenomenological approach to dispersive kinetics. 3. Approximation of classical kinetics. 4. Kinetics in condensed media. 5. References. 6. Subject index.
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13. Kinetics of homogeneous multistep reactions [2001]
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 xv, 410 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Preface. Introduction. References. Concepts, definitions, conventions, and notation. Classification of reactions. Steps, pathways, networks, and cycles. Rates. Rate equations and activation energies. Orders, molecularities, and ranks. Conversion, yield, and selectivity. Summary. References. Fundamentals. Statistical basis: molecularities and reaction orders. Nonideality. Temperature dependence. Compilation of rate equations of multistep reactions. Consistency criteria. Summary. References. Determination of rates, orders, and rate coefficients. Research reactors. Analytical support. Reaction orders and apparent rate coefficients. Numerical workup, error recognition, and reliability. Summary. References. Tools for reduction of complexity. Ratecontrolling steps. Quasiequilibrium steps. Quasistationary states: the Bodenstein approximation. Relative abundance in catalysis and polymerization and longchain approximation. Summary. References. Elementary step combinations. Reversible reactions. Parallel steps. Coupled parallel steps. Sequential steps. Competing steps. Reactions with fast predissociation. General solution for firstorder networks. Summary. References. Practical mathematics of multistep reactions. Simple and nonsimple pathways and networks. Pseudofirst order rate coefficients. Simple pathways. Simple networks. Nonsimple pathways and networks. Summary. References. Network elucidation. Order and rank. "One plus" rate equations. Relationships between network properties and kinetic behavior. Other criteria and guidelines. Auxiliary techniques. Summary. References. Homogeneous catalysis. Singlespecies catalysis. Complex catalysis. Classical models of enzyme kinetics. General formula for single catalytic cycles: Christiansen mathematics. Reduction of complexity. Relationships between pathway properties and kinetic behavior. Cycles with external reactions. Multiple cycles. Competing reactions (cycles with common members). Dual and multipleform catalysts (connected cycles). Reactions with multiple products (cycles with common pathway segments). Selfaccelerating reactions (autocatalysis). Analogies to heterogeneous catalysis. Summary. References. Chain reactions. General properties. Initiation. Reactions with two chain carriers: the hydrogenbromide reaction. Identification of relevant steps. Transmission of reactivity: indirect initiation, chain transfer. Reactions with more than two free radicals. Inhibition and induction periods. Summary. References. Polymerization. Types of polymerization reactions. Stepgrowth polymerization. Freeradical polymerization. Ionic polymerization. Coordination polymerization. Chaingrowth copolymerization. Summary. References. Mathematical Modeling. Strategies of process development. Effective mathematical modeling. "Shortsightedness" of elementary reaction steps. Model validation. Summary. References. Unusual thermal and masstransfer effects. Anomalous temperature dependence. Uncommon heattransfer problems. Uncommon masstransfer problems. Summary. References. Glossary of symbols. Author Index. Subject Index.
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 Preface. Introduction. References. Concepts, definitions, conventions, and notation. Classification of reactions. Steps, pathways, networks, and cycles. Rates. Rate equations and activation energies. Orders, molecularities, and ranks. Conversion, yield, and selectivity. Summary. References. Fundamentals. Statistical basis: molecularities and reaction orders. Nonideality. Temperature dependence. Compilation of rate equations of multistep reactions. Consistency criteria. Summary. References. Determination of rates, orders, and rate coefficients. Research reactors. Analytical support. Reaction orders and apparent rate coefficients. Numerical workup, error recognition, and reliability. Summary. References. Tools for reduction of complexity. Ratecontrolling steps. Quasiequilibrium steps. Quasistationary states: the Bodenstein approximation. Relative abundance in catalysis and polymerization and longchain approximation. Summary. References. Elementary step combinations. Reversible reactions. Parallel steps. Coupled parallel steps. Sequential steps. Competing steps. Reactions with fast predissociation. General solution for firstorder networks. Summary. References. Practical mathematics of multistep reactions. Simple and nonsimple pathways and networks. Pseudofirst order rate coefficients. Simple pathways. Simple networks. Nonsimple pathways and networks. Summary. References. Network elucidation. Order and rank. "One plus" rate equations. Relationships between network properties and kinetic behavior. Other criteria and guidelines. Auxiliary techniques. Summary. References. Homogeneous catalysis. Singlespecies catalysis. Complex catalysis. Classical models of enzyme kinetics. General formula for single catalytic cycles: Christiansen mathematics. Reduction of complexity. Relationships between pathway properties and kinetic behavior. Cycles with external reactions. Multiple cycles. Competing reactions (cycles with common members). Dual and multipleform catalysts (connected cycles). Reactions with multiple products (cycles with common pathway segments). Selfaccelerating reactions (autocatalysis). Analogies to heterogeneous catalysis. Summary. References. Chain reactions. General properties. Initiation. Reactions with two chain carriers: the hydrogenbromide reaction. Identification of relevant steps. Transmission of reactivity: indirect initiation, chain transfer. Reactions with more than two free radicals. Inhibition and induction periods. Summary. References. Polymerization. Types of polymerization reactions. Stepgrowth polymerization. Freeradical polymerization. Ionic polymerization. Coordination polymerization. Chaingrowth copolymerization. Summary. References. Mathematical Modeling. Strategies of process development. Effective mathematical modeling. "Shortsightedness" of elementary reaction steps. Model validation. Summary. References. Unusual thermal and masstransfer effects. Anomalous temperature dependence. Uncommon heattransfer problems. Uncommon masstransfer problems. Summary. References. Glossary of symbols. Author Index. Subject Index.
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15. Principles of chemical kinetics [1997]
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 Part 1 Some fundamental ideas of kinetics: rates of reactions dependence on concentration cautions on treating kinetic data effects of temperature mechanisms of reactions catalysis. Part 2 Kinetics of more complex systems: secondorder case, firstorder in two components other reaction orders parallel first order reactions series firstorder reactions reversible reactions autocatalysis effects of temperature. Part 3 Techniques and methods: calculating rate constants method of halflives initial rates flooding logarithmic method effects of pressure flow techniques tracer methods kinetic isotope effects. Part 4 Reactions in the gas phase: collision theory the potential energy surface transitional state theory unimolecular decomposition of gases free radical and chain mechanisms adsorption catalysis. Part 5 Reactions in solutions: the nature of liquids solvent polarity effects on rates ideal solutions ideal solutions and cohesion energies effects of solvent cohesion energy on rates solvation and its effects on rates effects of ionic strength linear freeenergy relationships compensation effect some correlations of rate with solubility parameter. Part 6 Enzyme catalysis: enzyme action kinetics of reactions catalyzed by enzymes inhibition of enzyme action enzyme activation by metal ions regulatory enzymes. Part 7 Kinetics of reactions in the solid state: general considerations factors affecting reaction rates in solids rate laws the ProutTompkins equation rate laws based on nucleation kinetic studies nonisothermal methods in kinetics TGA and DSC methods kinetic analysis by the Coats and Redfern method the Reich and Stivala method a method based on three data pairs a method based on four data pairs a differential method a comprehensive nonisothermal kinetic method the general rate law and comprehensive method.
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 Part 1 Some fundamental ideas of kinetics: rates of reactions dependence on concentration cautions on treating kinetic data effects of temperature mechanisms of reactions catalysis. Part 2 Kinetics of more complex systems: secondorder case, firstorder in two components other reaction orders parallel first order reactions series firstorder reactions reversible reactions autocatalysis effects of temperature. Part 3 Techniques and methods: calculating rate constants method of halflives initial rates flooding logarithmic method effects of pressure flow techniques tracer methods kinetic isotope effects. Part 4 Reactions in the gas phase: collision theory the potential energy surface transitional state theory unimolecular decomposition of gases free radical and chain mechanisms adsorption catalysis. Part 5 Reactions in solutions: the nature of liquids solvent polarity effects on rates ideal solutions ideal solutions and cohesion energies effects of solvent cohesion energy on rates solvation and its effects on rates effects of ionic strength linear freeenergy relationships compensation effect some correlations of rate with solubility parameter. Part 6 Enzyme catalysis: enzyme action kinetics of reactions catalyzed by enzymes inhibition of enzyme action enzyme activation by metal ions regulatory enzymes. Part 7 Kinetics of reactions in the solid state: general considerations factors affecting reaction rates in solids rate laws the ProutTompkins equation rate laws based on nucleation kinetic studies nonisothermal methods in kinetics TGA and DSC methods kinetic analysis by the Coats and Redfern method the Reich and Stivala method a method based on three data pairs a method based on four data pairs a differential method a comprehensive nonisothermal kinetic method the general rate law and comprehensive method.
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16. Femtosecond chemistry [1995]
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 Part 1 Femtosecond Chemistry: From Flash Photolysis to Femtochemistry: Flash Photolysis into the Femtosecond  A Race against Time, G. Porter Femtochemistry: Concepts and Applications, A. H. Zewail. Part 2 Simple Systems: Molecules: Femtosecond Broadband Absorption Spectroscopy of Fragments Formed in the Photodissociation of GasPhase Molecules, J. H. Glownia, R. E. Walkup, D. R. Gnass, M. Kaschke, J. A. Miewich, P. P. Sorokin TimeResolved Threshold Ionisation Spectroscopy J. L. Knee Molecular Structures from Ultrafast Coherence Spectroscopy P M. Felker, A. H. Zewail Molecules In Intense Laser Fields: Fundamentals, A. D. Bandrauk WavePacket Model of Dynamic Dispersed and Integrated PumpProbe Signals in Femtosecond TransitionState Spectroscopy, S. Y. Lee Molecular Dynamics in Excited Electronic States  TimeDependent WavePacket Studies, R.. Schinke, J. Huber Theory of Emission from Dissociating States, M. Shapiro Obtaining ShortTime Dynamics from LongTime Measurements in Photodissociative Processes, B. R. Johnson, J. L. Kinsey PumpProbe Ionisation Spectroscopy of a Diatomic Molecule: the Sodium Molecule as a Prototype Example, Ch. Meier, V. Engel. Part 3 From Simple to Complex Systems  Clusters: TimeResolved Studies of the van der Waals Bonds in MercuryRare Gas Complexes and Observation of Rotational Resonances in MercuryNitrogen, L. Krim, P. Qiu, N. Halberstadt, B. Soep, J. P. Visticot Multiphoton Ionisation of HydrogenBonded Clusters Using Ultrafast Laser Techniques: Ammonia Clusters as a Model, S. Wei, J. Purnell, S. A. Buzza, E. M. Snyder, A. W. Castleman Jr Chemical Dynamics in Clusters, J. A. Syage Dynamics of Photoinduced Reactions in van der Waals and in HydrogenBonded Clusters, R.. B. Gerber, A. B. McCoy, A. GarciaVela The Shorttime Dynamics of a Small Quantum System Embedded in a Medium: the Absorption Lineshape, N. P. Blake, H. Metiu. Part 4 Complex Systems  Liquids, Solids, Surfaces, and Photosynthetic Reaction Centres: Femtosecond Intramolecular Proton Transfer In the Condensed Phase, T. Elsaesser LaserInduced Phase Transitions in GaAs, Y. Siegal, E. N. Glezer, E. Mazur HotElectron Femtochemistry at Surfaces J. W. Gadzuk Femtosecond Processes in Photosynthesis, G. Porter Ultrafast Electron Transfer and Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Reaction Centres, S. H. Lin, M. Hayashi, R. G. Alden, S. Suzuki, X. Z. Gu, Y. Y. Lin. Part 5 New Directions in Femtosecond Chemistry: WavePacket Control, and Outlook: Laser Control of StateSelective Ultrafast Excitation of Molecular Vibrations, G. K. Paramonov A Nonperturbative Mechanism for Fast, Selective Excitation of Molecular States, M. Holthaus Molecules in Intense Laser Fields: Applications, A. D. Bandrauk, E. Aubunel, S. Chelkowski LightPacket Control of WavePacket Dynamics, J. L. Krause, R. M. Whitnell, K. R. Wilson, Y. Yan Molecular Femtosecond Quantum Dynamics on Timescales Between less than Yoktoseconds and more than Days: Experiment and.
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 Part 1 Femtosecond Chemistry: From Flash Photolysis to Femtochemistry: Flash Photolysis into the Femtosecond  A Race against Time, G. Porter Femtochemistry: Concepts and Applications, A. H. Zewail. Part 2 Simple Systems: Molecules: Femtosecond Broadband Absorption Spectroscopy of Fragments Formed in the Photodissociation of GasPhase Molecules, J. H. Glownia, R. E. Walkup, D. R. Gnass, M. Kaschke, J. A. Miewich, P. P. Sorokin TimeResolved Threshold Ionisation Spectroscopy J. L. Knee Molecular Structures from Ultrafast Coherence Spectroscopy P M. Felker, A. H. Zewail Molecules In Intense Laser Fields: Fundamentals, A. D. Bandrauk WavePacket Model of Dynamic Dispersed and Integrated PumpProbe Signals in Femtosecond TransitionState Spectroscopy, S. Y. Lee Molecular Dynamics in Excited Electronic States  TimeDependent WavePacket Studies, R.. Schinke, J. Huber Theory of Emission from Dissociating States, M. Shapiro Obtaining ShortTime Dynamics from LongTime Measurements in Photodissociative Processes, B. R. Johnson, J. L. Kinsey PumpProbe Ionisation Spectroscopy of a Diatomic Molecule: the Sodium Molecule as a Prototype Example, Ch. Meier, V. Engel. Part 3 From Simple to Complex Systems  Clusters: TimeResolved Studies of the van der Waals Bonds in MercuryRare Gas Complexes and Observation of Rotational Resonances in MercuryNitrogen, L. Krim, P. Qiu, N. Halberstadt, B. Soep, J. P. Visticot Multiphoton Ionisation of HydrogenBonded Clusters Using Ultrafast Laser Techniques: Ammonia Clusters as a Model, S. Wei, J. Purnell, S. A. Buzza, E. M. Snyder, A. W. Castleman Jr Chemical Dynamics in Clusters, J. A. Syage Dynamics of Photoinduced Reactions in van der Waals and in HydrogenBonded Clusters, R.. B. Gerber, A. B. McCoy, A. GarciaVela The Shorttime Dynamics of a Small Quantum System Embedded in a Medium: the Absorption Lineshape, N. P. Blake, H. Metiu. Part 4 Complex Systems  Liquids, Solids, Surfaces, and Photosynthetic Reaction Centres: Femtosecond Intramolecular Proton Transfer In the Condensed Phase, T. Elsaesser LaserInduced Phase Transitions in GaAs, Y. Siegal, E. N. Glezer, E. Mazur HotElectron Femtochemistry at Surfaces J. W. Gadzuk Femtosecond Processes in Photosynthesis, G. Porter Ultrafast Electron Transfer and Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Reaction Centres, S. H. Lin, M. Hayashi, R. G. Alden, S. Suzuki, X. Z. Gu, Y. Y. Lin. Part 5 New Directions in Femtosecond Chemistry: WavePacket Control, and Outlook: Laser Control of StateSelective Ultrafast Excitation of Molecular Vibrations, G. K. Paramonov A Nonperturbative Mechanism for Fast, Selective Excitation of Molecular States, M. Holthaus Molecules in Intense Laser Fields: Applications, A. D. Bandrauk, E. Aubunel, S. Chelkowski LightPacket Control of WavePacket Dynamics, J. L. Krause, R. M. Whitnell, K. R. Wilson, Y. Yan Molecular Femtosecond Quantum Dynamics on Timescales Between less than Yoktoseconds and more than Days: Experiment and.
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17. Reaction kinetics [1995]
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 305 p.
 Why study reaction kinetics? Time, concentration, and temperature Experimental techniques An introduction to theories of bimolecular reactions Reaction dynamics Unimolecular and association reactions Reactions in solution Surface reactions Complex reactions Straight chain reactions Explosions and branched chain reactions Negative feedback and oscillatory behaviour Photochemistry Appendix I: Fundamental constant Appendix II: Units of energy Appendix III: Conversion factors from pressure to concentration units and for various rate coefficients Appendix IV: Absorption coefficients.
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 Why study reaction kinetics? 1. Time, concentration, and temperature 2. Experimental techniques 3. An introduction to theories of bimolecular reactions 4. Reaction dynamics 5. Unimolecular and association reactions 6. Reactions in solution 7. Surface reactions 8. Complex reactions 9. Straight chain reactions 10. Explosions and branched chain reactions 11. Negative feedback and oscillatory behaviour 12. Photochemistry Appendix I: Fundamental constant Appendix II: Units of energy Appendix III: Conversion factors from pressure to concentration units and for various rate coefficients Appendix IV: Absorption coefficients.
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Reaction kinetics is central to the study of chemistry. Kinetic studies can provide both an insight into the detailed molecular mechanisms of elementary reactions and practical information which can be used to unravel complex chemical problems such as the formation of the ozone hole. This modern, accessible text begins with an introduction to the importance and relevance of chemical kinetics, and then describes and explains the experimental and theoretical studies of elementary reactions. Modern laser and computerbased techniques can now provide valuable information about the microscopic mechanisms of elementary reactions, and their importance is highlighted. The applications of kinetics to complex phenomena such as chain reactions and photochemistry are then described, emphasizing how these systems are built up of individual elementary reactions. Examples from the fields of chain reactions, atmospheric chemistry, explosions, oscillating reactions, and photochemistry are then explored in greater detail. Throughout this book, worked examples and problems allow the reader to obtain a detailed and up to date understanding of this field, and boxes are used to explain complex material or advanced topics in more detail. Many references to the original literature  often with explanatory notes  are included making this text ideal both for undergraduate students and for more advanced students seeking an entry into the field.
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 Why study reaction kinetics? Time, concentration, and temperature Experimental techniques An introduction to theories of bimolecular reactions Reaction dynamics Unimolecular and association reactions Reactions in solution Surface reactions Complex reactions Straight chain reactions Explosions and branched chain reactions Negative feedback and oscillatory behaviour Photochemistry Appendix I: Fundamental constant Appendix II: Units of energy Appendix III: Conversion factors from pressure to concentration units and for various rate coefficients Appendix IV: Absorption coefficients.
 (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198555285 20160528
 Why study reaction kinetics? 1. Time, concentration, and temperature 2. Experimental techniques 3. An introduction to theories of bimolecular reactions 4. Reaction dynamics 5. Unimolecular and association reactions 6. Reactions in solution 7. Surface reactions 8. Complex reactions 9. Straight chain reactions 10. Explosions and branched chain reactions 11. Negative feedback and oscillatory behaviour 12. Photochemistry Appendix I: Fundamental constant Appendix II: Units of energy Appendix III: Conversion factors from pressure to concentration units and for various rate coefficients Appendix IV: Absorption coefficients.
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Reaction kinetics is central to the study of chemistry. Kinetic studies can provide both an insight into the detailed molecular mechanisms of elementary reactions and practical information which can be used to unravel complex chemical problems such as the formation of the ozone hole. This modern, accessible text begins with an introduction to the importance and relevance of chemical kinetics, and then describes and explains the experimental and theoretical studies of elementary reactions. Modern laser and computerbased techniques can now provide valuable information about the microscopic mechanisms of elementary reactions, and their importance is highlighted. The applications of kinetics to complex phenomena such as chain reactions and photochemistry are then described, emphasizing how these systems are built up of individual elementary reactions. Examples from the fields of chain reactions, atmospheric chemistry, explosions, oscillating reactions, and photochemistry are then explored in greater detail. Throughout this book, worked examples and problems allow the reader to obtain a detailed and up to date understanding of this field, and boxes are used to explain complex material or advanced topics in more detail. Many references to the original literature  often with explanatory notes  are included making this text ideal both for undergraduate students and for more advanced students seeking an entry into the field.
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18. Research on chemical kinetics [1995]
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 ix, 282 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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19. Research in chemical kinetics [1993  1997]
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 Applications of microelectrodes in kinetics, M.I. Montenegro computer simulation studies in crystal growth and dissolution kinetics, V.K.W. Cheng Gorin models for simplefission transition states in the gas phase, R.G. Gilbert and I.G. Pitt mechanism in twophase reaction systems  coupled mass transfer and chemical reaction, J.H. Atherton dynamic processes in polymer modified electrodes, R.J. Mortimer laboratory studies of the chemistry of meteoric metals, J.M.C. Plane and M. Helmer.
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 Reaction dynamics of O((3)P), O((1)D) and OH((2)Pi) with simple molecules, P. Casevecchia et al gasphase kinetics of free radicals studied by pulse radiolysis combined with timeresolved infrared diode laser spectroscopy, P. Pagsberg et al solid/liquid reactions of environmental significance, W.A. House the collision energy dependence of reaction cross sections, M.R. Levy photochemical dynamics, R.G. Compton et al photoion imaging techniques and future directions in reactive scattering, B.J. Whitaker collisional electronic energy transfer in CN free radicals, J.B. Halpern and Y. Huang.
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 Some burning problems in combustion chemistry, R.W. Walker reactions of NHx species, J.L. Durant, Jr. recent advances in the kinetics of radiolytic processes, S.M. Pimblott and N.J.B. Green effects of low frequency electromagnetic fields on crystal growth from solutions, D.T. Beruto and M. Giordani the kinetics of the hydrogen evolution reaction at nickel electrodes, J. Tamm and L. Tamm kinetics and mechanisms of silylene reactions  a prototype for gasphase acid/base chemistry, R. Becerra and R. Walsh.
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 Applications of microelectrodes in kinetics, M.I. Montenegro computer simulation studies in crystal growth and dissolution kinetics, V.K.W. Cheng Gorin models for simplefission transition states in the gas phase, R.G. Gilbert and I.G. Pitt mechanism in twophase reaction systems  coupled mass transfer and chemical reaction, J.H. Atherton dynamic processes in polymer modified electrodes, R.J. Mortimer laboratory studies of the chemistry of meteoric metals, J.M.C. Plane and M. Helmer.
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 Reaction dynamics of O((3)P), O((1)D) and OH((2)Pi) with simple molecules, P. Casevecchia et al gasphase kinetics of free radicals studied by pulse radiolysis combined with timeresolved infrared diode laser spectroscopy, P. Pagsberg et al solid/liquid reactions of environmental significance, W.A. House the collision energy dependence of reaction cross sections, M.R. Levy photochemical dynamics, R.G. Compton et al photoion imaging techniques and future directions in reactive scattering, B.J. Whitaker collisional electronic energy transfer in CN free radicals, J.B. Halpern and Y. Huang.
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 Some burning problems in combustion chemistry, R.W. Walker reactions of NHx species, J.L. Durant, Jr. recent advances in the kinetics of radiolytic processes, S.M. Pimblott and N.J.B. Green effects of low frequency electromagnetic fields on crystal growth from solutions, D.T. Beruto and M. Giordani the kinetics of the hydrogen evolution reaction at nickel electrodes, J. Tamm and L. Tamm kinetics and mechanisms of silylene reactions  a prototype for gasphase acid/base chemistry, R. Becerra and R. Walsh.
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20. Kinetics of chemical processes [1968]
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