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The Description of Reacting Systems
Phenomenological Approach
4. Molecular Approach
Macroscopic Variables of a Chemically Reacting System
3. Zero-order Reactions
4. First-order Reactions
9. Fractional- and Higher-order Reactions
Opposing Reactions ; First Order
Opposing Reactions; Higher Orders
4. Concurrent Reactions
1. Consecutive reactions of first order
7A. Elimination of Time as an Independent Variable. Let us assume
9. The Stationary-state Hypothesis ; Chain Reactions
10. The Induction Period
Experimental Methods; Composition
Thermodynamic Interpretation of the Rate Equation
Entropy of Activation
Experimental Determination of Reaction Order; Simple Systems
Equilibrium Systems
3. Concurrent Reactions
4. Chain Reactions; Detection of Intermediates
41. Chemical Sensitization
5. Resume
2. Distribution Functions
3. Some Simple Distribution Functions
4. Distributions in More Than One Variable
5. Moments of a Distribution Function
6. Some Important Theorems for Distribution Functions
7. Illustration : Random Walk in One Dimension
8. The Normal Law of Error
1. Molecular Models
1C. Hard Sphere Model with Central Attractive Forces. A great im-
Velocity Groups
6. Pressure Exerted by an Ideal Gas; Collisions with a Wall
8. Molecular Collisions
Viscosity of a Fluid
Viscosity of a Dilute Gas
Viscosity at Low Densities
7. Thermal Conductivity at Low Pressures
8. Mass Diffusion
Experimental Results for Diffusion
10. Generalized Diffusion; Thermal Diffusion
1* The Canonical Distribution
2. The Phase Integral
Application to Gases
4. Molecular Distribution Functions : Ideal Gas in a Force Field
5. Virial Theorem
Quantum Statistics
7. Partition Functions
8. Translational Partition Function
9. Vibrational Partition Function
10. Rotational Partition Function
Equilibrium Constant
12. An Example : The Dissociation of Iodine
Application to Rate Processes
2. Mechanical Stability of Molecules
1. Detailed Scheme for a Unimolecular Reaction : Isomerization
2. Pressure Dependence of Unimolecular Reactions;
4. Pressure Dependence of Unimolecular Reactions;
6. Detailed Scheme for Unimolecular Decompositions
Quantum Effects in Unimolecular Reactions
9. Some Unimolecular Isomerizations
11. Some Unimolecular Fissions; Production of Free Radicals
12. Unimolecular Reactions ; Resume
1. Association Reactions
Association Reactions:
Exchange Reactions
3. Collision Model for Bimolecular Reactions
4. Transition-state Model
6. The Preexponential Factors of Bimolecular Reactions
10. Reactions of CH3 radicals and H atoms
Equilibrium Constants and Experimental Rate Constants
12. Bimolecular Exchange Reactions between Molecules
14. Bimolecular Association Reactions
15. Termolecular Reactions : Mechanism
16. Some Third-order Reactions
17. Rates of Activation
4. The SystemH2 + Br2 ; Photolysis and Wall Effects
7. Reactions of H2 with the Halogens
Decomposition of Butanes
Pyrolysis of Ethane
16. Hot Radical Reactions : The Transfer of
Decomposition of Ozone
Pyrolysis of Nitrites and Nitrates
3. Thermal Explosions
5. The Branching Chain Explosion; Upper and Lower Limits
6. Concentration Gradients in Chemical Reactions
Ignition and Combustion
Stationary Flames
11. Shock Waves and Detonations
2. Collisions in a Solution
3. Transition-state Model for Solution Reactions
4. The Effect of Solvent
Changes in External Variables; Pressure Effects
6. Interactions between Charged Particles in a Solution
Activity Coefficients in Ionic Solutions
9. Association of Ions
10. Effect of Solvent on Reactions of Ions
11. Reactions of Ions with Polar Molecules
Entropy Changes in Ionic Reactions
2. Acid-Base Catalysis
5. Reactions in Concentrated Solutions ; The Acidity Function
7. Electron-transfer Reactions : Oxidation and Reduction
10. Free Radical Polymerization
Catalysis by Solids
2. Initiation of Chains at Solid Surfaces
4. The Mechanisms of Reactions at Solid Surfaces
5. Inhibition and Competition in Surface Reactions
6. Some Catalytic Reactions Involving H2 and Metals
8. Electrode Reactions
Enzyme-catalyzed Reactions
Some Useful Mathematical Relations
in the Ideal Gas State
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