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Inorganic Reactions in Solution. Kinetics, Mechanisms and Techniques

  • ID: 4470379
  • Book
  • September 2020
  • 430 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
The first book on this topic provides an excellent overview and covers all recent developments.

Clearly structured, the first part of the book clarifies the conceptual differences between reaction kinetics and mechanisms, providing an overview of the basics and advanced techniques of reaction kinetics. Relevant experimental and sophisticated computational techniques are shown, along with a detailed discussion of the obvious advantages and potential pitfalls in each case. The second section book focuses on the use of the general principles in selected applications, including ligand exchange, electron transfer, proton coupled electron transfer and atom transfer reactions. As a result of understanding complex mechanisms, the reader learns how to control the corresponding reactions and obtain the desired product.

With its inclusion of current and future applications in such areas as catalysis, biology, environmental chemistry, industrial chemistry and materials science, this is a must–have for inorganic chemists and other researchers either entering or already active in the field.
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Introduction: kinetics and mechanism


Triggering and monitoring chemical reactions: experimental techniques

Simple kinetic schemes: analytical solutions of kinetic equations

Analyzing time dependent kinetic phenomena without a pre–concept

Kinetic models: simple and complex

The stochastic approach

Pitfalls in the evaluation of the experimental data

Parameters of activation: use, misuse and abuse

Corroborating evidence: trends, correlations and chemical structures


Ligand exchange and substitution reactions

Electron transfer processes

Proton coupled electron transfer reactions

Atom transfer reactions

Catalytic cycles and chain reactions

Enlightening: the photon as a reactant

A kinetic approach to contrast agents

Reactive oxygen species (ROS)

Enzyme kinetics

Advanced oxidation procedures

Environmental reactions

Kinetics of self–aggregation


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Istvàn Fábián
Gábor Lente
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