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Electron transfers in chemistry and biology
Electron-transfer reactions between ions and molecules in solution have been the subject of considerable experimental study during the past three decades. Experimental results have also been Expand
On the Theory of Oxidation‐Reduction Reactions Involving Electron Transfer. I
A mechanism for electron transfer reactions is described, in which there is very little spatial overlap of the electronic orbitals of the two reacting molecules in the activated complex. AssumingExpand
Chemical and Electrochemical Electron-Transfer Theory
One of the active areas in reaction kinetics during the post-war years has been that of electron-transfer reactions. These reactions constitute one type of oxidation-reduction process and includeExpand
Electron transfer reactions in chemistry theory and experiment
Since the late 1940s, the field of electron transfer processes has grown enormously in chemistry, electrochemistry, and biology. The development of the field, experimentally and theoretically, asExpand
Electron Transfer Reactions in Chemistry: Theory and Experiment (Nobel Lecture)
Since the late 1940s, the field of electron transfer processes has grown enormously, both in chemistry and biology. The development of the field, experimentally and theoretically, as well as itsExpand
Dynamical effects in electron transfer reactions
A theoretical treatment is given for the effect of intramolecular vibrational and diffusive solvent orientational motions on the rate of electron transfer reactions. Four limiting cases areExpand
Strange and Unconventional Isotope Effects in Ozone Formation
The puzzling mass-independent isotopic enrichment in ozone formation contrasts markedly with the more recently observed large unconventional mass-dependent ratios of the individual ozone formationExpand
Electron transfer reactions in chemistry. Theory and experiment
Since the late 1940s, the field of electron transfer processes has grown enormously, both in chemistry and biology. The development of the field, experimentally and theoretically, as well as itsExpand
Electrostatic Free Energy and Other Properties of States Having Nonequilibrium Polarization. I
Various processes such as electron transferreactions, redox reactions at electrodes, and electronic excitation of dissolved ions may proceed by way of intermediate states whose electricalExpand
Unimolecular dissociations and free radical recombination reactions
The steric and pressure effects associated with the recombination of free radicals both depend on the nature of the activated complex, and are therefore intimately related. From a consideration ofExpand
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