Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Vincenzo Balzani (ed.).|
|Contributions||Balzani, Vincenzo, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||QD63.O9 E38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. :|
|LC Control Number||2001269140|
The subject of the book is electron transfer reactions in organic chemistry, with the emphasis on mechanistic aspects. The theoretical framework is that of the Marcus theory, well-known from its extensive use in inorganic chemistry. The book deals with definitions of electron transfer, theory of electron transfer reactions (Marcus' and Pross Cited by: The theoretical framework is that of the Marcus theory, well-known from its extensive use in inorganic chemistry. The book deals with definitions of electron transfer, theory of electron transfer reactions (Marcus' and Pross-Shaik's approach) experimental diagnosis of electron transfer reactions, examples from inorganic/organic reactants and. Advances in Electron Transfer Chemistry, Volume 3 presents studies that discuss findings in the various aspects of electron chemistry. The book is comprised of four chapters; each chapter reviews a work that tackles an issue in electron transfer chemistry. Chapter 1 discusses the photoinduced electron transfer in flexible biaryl donor-acceptor. This book discusses recent progress in endohedral fullerenes – their production and separation techniques, as well as their characterization and properties. Furthermore, the book delves into the all-important issue of stability by investigating electron transfer between the encapsulated metal species and the carbon cage.
Series: Advances in Electron Transfer Chemistry Coverage in this series focuses on chemical and biochemical aspects of electron transfer chemistry. Recognition over the past decade that a wide variety of chemical processes operate by single electron transfer mechanisms has stimulated numerous efforts in this area. Inverted Region; Readings; The displaced harmonic oscillator (DHO) formalism and the Energy Gap Hamiltonian have been used extensively in describing charge transport reactions, such as electron and proton transfer. Here we describe the rates of electron transfer between weakly coupled donor and acceptor states when the potential energy depends on a nuclear . The subject of the book is electron transfer reactions in organic chemistry, with the emphasis on mechanistic aspects. The theoretical framework is that of the Marcus theory, well-known from its extensive use in inorganic chemistry. The book deals with definitions of electron transfer, theory ofBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 4Al + 3O 2 → 2Al 2 O 3. With oxidation numbers inserted as superscripts, this reaction is written. to show that both elements change oxidation numbers. Because the oxidation numbers changed, an oxidation‐reduction reaction is defined as one in which electrons are transferred between atoms. In the example, each oxygen atom has gained two electrons, and each aluminum has .
Electron transfer reaction Electron transfer reaction is a reaction in which a single electron is transferred from one molecule to another. For example, a reaction that occurs when steel wool (made of iron atoms) is placed in a solution of CuSO4 is given in figure 1 below. Electron transfer (ET) occurs when an electron relocates from an atom or molecule to another such chemical entity. ET is a mechanistic description of a redox reaction, wherein the oxidation state of reactant and product changes. Electron transfer is ionic bonding. Numerous biological processes involve ET reactions. These processes include oxygen binding, photosynthesis, . Electron Transfer in Chemistry and Biology An Introduction to the Theory Alexander M. Kuznetsov Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia Jens Ulstrup Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark Electron transfer is perhaps the single most important physical event in chemical, electrochemical, photochemical, biochemical, and biophysical 4/5(1). Electron transfer is the most important process to take place in natural and artificial chemical systems. This five-volume work is a reference on the theory of electron transfer processes and their applications.