By A. G. Sykes
Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present development in quite a few topic components inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bio-inorganic to stable country. This acclaimed serial gains studies written by means of specialists within the zone and is an vital reference for complicated researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced.
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In both studies negative values for the activation entropies and the activation volumes were obtained. 5 cm3 molϪ1. In FIG. 11. Volume proﬁle for the reaction of the Cu(I) complex with dioxygen. 1]tiacontal(29),2,9,11 - (30),12(13),14, 16,23,25,27-decaene), a ⌬S# of Ϫ146 Ϯ 8 J KϪ1 molϪ1 and a ⌬V # of Ϫ21 Ϯ 1 cm3 molϪ1 are even more negative than in the previous example. These negative values are indicative of a highly ordered transition state, including a strong copper–oxygen bond formation and a volume collapse caused by the electron-transfer process.
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