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2. Kinetics of enzyme catalysis [2022]
 Palfey, Bruce A., University of Michigan. author.
 Washington, DC, USA : American Chemical Society, 2022.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color).
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 Introduction
 Chemical Explanations of Catalysiscatalysis
 Basic Kinetics
 SteadyState Kinetic Mechanismssteadystate kinetic mechanisms
 SteadyState Assayssteadystate assays
 Transient Kineticstransient kinetics
 Kinetics for Drug Discovery and Development.
3. Bioorganic and enzymatic catalysis [2024]
 Woggon, WolfD., author.
 Weinheim, Germany, WileyVCH, [2024]
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 Book — 1 online resource
4. Fundamentals of enzyme kinetics [2012]
 CornishBowden, Athel.
 4th, completely rev. and greatly enlarged ed., 1st corrected reprint.  Weinheim, Germany : WileyBlackwell, [2014], © 2012.
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 Book — xviii, 492 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Basic Principles of Chemical Kinetics Introduction to Enzyme Kinetics "Alternative" Enzymes Practical Aspects of Kinetics Deriving Steadystate Rate Equations Reversible Inhibition and Activation Tightbinding and Irreversible Inhibitors Reactions of More than One Substrate Use of Isotopes for Studying Enzyme Mechanisms Effect of pH on Enzyme Activity Temperature Effects on Enzyme Activity Regulation of Enzyme Activity Multienzyme Systems Fast Reactions Estimation of Kinetic Constants Standards for Reporting Enzymology Data Solutions and Notes to Problems Index.
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5. An introduction to chemical kinetics [2011]
 Soustelle, Michel.
 London : ISTE ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2011.
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 Book — xix, 448 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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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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 Purich, Daniel L.
 San Diego, Calif. : Elsevier Academic ; Oxford : Elsevier Science [distributor], 2010.
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 Book — p. cm.
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 Introduction to Enzyme Rate Processes
 Active Sites & Their Chemical Properties
 Fundamentals of Chemical Kinetics
 Practical Aspects of Measuring Rates & Kinetic
 InitialRate Kinetics of OneSubstrate EnzymeCatalyzed Reactions
 InitialRate Kinetics of MultiSubstrate EnzymeCatalyzed Reactions
 Other Factors Influencing Enzyme Activity
 Kinetic Behavior of Enzyme Inhibitors
 Isotopic Probes of Biological Catalysis
 Probing Fast Enzyme Processes
 Regulatory Behavior of Enzymes
 SingleMolecule Enzyme Kinetics
 Force Generation in Mechanoenzyme Catalysis
 On Keeping a Research Notebook
 SteadyState Rate Equations for Selected One & TwoSubstrate EnzymeCatalyzed Reactions
 Summary of Enzyme Kinetic Mechanisms Abbreviations & Symbols References.
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 3rd ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, 2009.
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 Book — xv, 683 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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Kinetic studies of enzyme action provide powerful insights into the underlying mechanisms of catalysis and regulation. These approaches are equally useful in examining the action of newly discovered enzymes and therapeutic agents. "Contemporary Enzyme Kinetics and Mechanism, Second Edition" presents key articles from volumes 63, 64, 87, 249, 308 and 354 of "Methods in Enzymology". The chapters describe the most essential and widely applied strategies. A set of exercises and problems is included to facilitate mastery of these topics. The book will aid the reader to design, execute, and analyze kinetic experiments on enzymes. Its emphasis on enzyme inhibition will also make it attractive to pharmacologists and pharmaceutical chemists interested in rational drug design. Of the seventeen chapters presented in this new edition, ten did not previously appear in the first edition. The key features include: transient kinetic approaches to enzyme mechanisms; designing initial rate enzyme assay; deriving initial velocity and isotope exchange rate equations; plotting and statistical methods for analyzing rate data; cooperativity in enzyme function; reversible enzyme inhibitors as mechanistic probes; transitionstate and multisubstrate inhibitors; affinity labeling to probe enzyme structure and function; mechanismbased enzyme inactivators; isotope exchange methods for elucidating enzymatic catalysis; kinetic isotope effects in enzyme catalysis; and, sitedirected mutagenesis in studies of enzyme catalysis.
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QP601.3 .C66 2009  Available 
 Arnaut, Luís G., 1960
 1st ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2007.
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 Book — xii, 549 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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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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9. Principles of chemical kinetics [2007]
 House, J. E.
 2nd ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, c2007.
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 Book — x, 326 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 1. Some Fundamental Ideas of Kinetics
 2. Kinetics of More Complex Systems
 3. Techniques and Methods
 4. Reactions in the Gas Phase
 5. Reactions in Solutions
 6. Enzyme Catalysis
 7. Kinetics of Reactions in the Solid State
 8. Nonisothermal Methods in Kinetics
 9. Additional Applications of Kinetics.
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QD502 .H68 2007  Unknown 
 Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, c2004.
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 Book — vi, 198 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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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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QD502 .C465 2004  Available 
11. Fundamentals in enzyme kinetics [2004]
 CornishBowden, Athel.
 3rd ed.  London : Portland Press, c2004.
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 Book — xvi, 422 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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12. Kinetics of multistep reactions [2004]
 Helfferich, Friedrich G., 19222005.
 2nd ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2004.
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 Book — xviii, 488 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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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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QD501 .B242 V.40  Available 
 Helfferich, Friedrich G., 19222005.
 2nd ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2004.
 Description
 Book — xviii, 488 p. : ill.
 Singapore ; River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, c2004.
 Description
 Book — volumes : illustrations.
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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.
 Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2004.
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 Book — 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
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 Part II
 Dopplerselected timeof flight technique: a versatile threedimensional velocity mapping approach / ShihHuang and Kopin Liu
 The effect of reactive resonance on collision observables / Shen 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 Segonloni
 Interactions of vibrationallyexcited molecules at surfaces: a probe for eletronically nonadiabatic effect in heterogeneous chemistry / Alec M. Wodtke
 First principles quantum dynamical study of fouratom reactions / Dong H. Zhang [and others]
 Photodissociation dynamics of free radicals / Jingsong Zhang.
 Denisov, E. T. (Evgeniĭ Timofeevich)
 1st ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2003.
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 Book — xvii, 547 p. : ill.
 Denisov, E. T. (Evgeniĭ Timofeevich)
 1st ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2003.
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 Book — xvii, 547 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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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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18. Comprehensive enzyme kinetics [2003]
 Leskovac, Vladimir.
 New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Pub., c2003.
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 Book — xi, 438 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 1. Introduction.
 2. Chemical kinetics.
 3. Kinetics of monosubstrate reactions.
 4. Derivations of rate equations.
 5. Linear inhibition.
 6. Hyperbolic and parabolic inhibition.
 7. Enzyme activation.
 8. Kinetics of rapid equilibrium bisubstrate reactions.
 9. Steady state kinetics of bisubstrate reactions.
 10. Kinetic analysis of bisubstrate mechanisms.
 11. Substrate inhibition and mixed deadend and product inhibition.
 12. Kinetics of trisubstrate reactions.
 13. Cooperative and allosteric effects.
 14. The pH dependence of enzyme catalysis.
 15. Effects of temperature on enzyme reactions.
 16. Isotope exchange.
 17. Solvent and kinetic isotope effects.
 18. Statistical analysis of initial rate and binding data. Subject index.
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19. Experimental methods in kinetic studies [2003]
 Wojciechowski, Bohdan W., 1935 author.
 Revised edition.  Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2003.
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 Book — 1 online resource (323 pages) : illustrations, graphs
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 1. Reactor Types and their Characteristics
 2. Collecting Data under Isothermal Operation
 3. Using Kinetic Data in Reaction Studies
 4. Difficulties with Mechanistic Rate Expressions
 5. The Theory of Temperature Scanning Operation
 6. Verification of Kinetic Dominance
 7. Processing of Data
 8. Fitting Rate Expressions to TSR Data
 9. Interpretation of Rate Parameters
 10. Statistical Evaluation of Multiparameter Fits
 11. Experimental Studies Using TSR Methods
 12. Using a Mechanistic Rate Expression
 13. TSR Hardware Configurations References Index.
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20. Experimental methods in kinetic studies [2003]
 Wojciechowski, Bohdan W., 1935
 Rev. ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2003.
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 Book — xii, 310 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Reactor Types and their Characteristics
 2. Collecting Data under Isothermal Operation
 3. Using Kinetic Data in Reaction Studies
 4. Difficulties with Mechanistic Rate Expressions
 5. The Theory of Temperature Scanning Operation
 6. Verification of Kinetic Dominance
 7. Processing of Data
 8. Fitting Rate Expressions to TSR Data
 9. Interpretation of Rate Parameters
 10. Statistical Evaluation of Multiparameter Fits
 11. Experimental Studies Using TSR Methods
 12. Using a Mechanistic Rate Expression
 13. TSR Hardware Configurations References Index.
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