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The Electron Capture Detector and The Study of Reactions With Thermal Electrons. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2172662
  • Book
  • May 2004
  • 416 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Broad in scope, this book describes the general theory and practice of using the Electron Capture Detector (ECD) to study reactions of thermal electrons with molecules. It reviews electron affinities and thermodynamic and kinetic parameters of atoms, small molecules, and large organic molecules obtained by using various methods.

Summarizes other methods for studying reactions of thermal electrons with molecules

Discusses applications in analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and biochemistry

Provides a data table of electron affinities
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FOREWORD.

PREFACE.

1. Scope and History of the Electron.

2. Definitions, Nomenclature, Reactions, and Equations.

3. Thermal Electron Reactions at the University of Houston.

4. Theoretical Basis of the Experimental Tools.

5. Experimental Procedures and Data Reduction.

6. Complementary Experimental and Theoretical Procedures.

7. Consolidating Experimental, Theoretical, and Empirical Data.

8. Selection, Assignment, and Correlations of Atomic Electron Affinities.

9. Diatomic and Triatomic Molecules and Sulfur Fluorides.

10. Negative Ions of Organic Molecules.

11. Thermal Electrons and Environmental Pollutants.

12. Biologically Significant Molecules.

APPENDICES.

I Glossary of Terms, Acronyms, and Symbols.

II Structures of Organic Molecules.

III General Least Squares.

IV Tables of Evaluated Electron Affinities.

AUTHOR INDEX.

SUBJECT INDEX.
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E. S. D. Chen Rice University, Houston, Texas.

E. C. M. Chen University of Houston - Clear Lake, Houston, Texas.
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