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Introducing the Effective Mass of Activated Complex and the Discussion on the Wave Function of this Instanton

PTÁČEK, P. OPRAVIL, T. ŠOUKAL, F.

Originální název

Introducing the Effective Mass of Activated Complex and the Discussion on the Wave Function of this Instanton

Anglický název

Introducing the Effective Mass of Activated Complex and the Discussion on the Wave Function of this Instanton

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The monograph is organized into three chapters. The first of them deals with a short historical background, which introduces the beginning of chemical kinetics and the formulation of its cardinal rules in the historical context. The readers can get acquainted with early beginning of chemical kinetics through the works of A.V.G Harcourt and W. Esson, J. Van´t Hoff, H. Dixon, C. Hinshelwood, Moelwin-Hughes, Eyring, Evans, Polanyi, etc. The chapter ends with the invention of transition state (absolute rate) theory, which is briefly described in the next chapter of this monograph. As was mentioned above, the second chapter is dedicated to the introduction to transition state theory, including the formulation of partition function, the calculation of reaction rate and frequency factor. Furthermore the limitation of transition state theory and kinetic isotope effect is also discussed. The last chapter explains the concept of effective mass and effective rate of activated state as well as derived properties mentioned in the first paragraph above.

Anglický abstrakt

The monograph is organized into three chapters. The first of them deals with a short historical background, which introduces the beginning of chemical kinetics and the formulation of its cardinal rules in the historical context. The readers can get acquainted with early beginning of chemical kinetics through the works of A.V.G Harcourt and W. Esson, J. Van´t Hoff, H. Dixon, C. Hinshelwood, Moelwin-Hughes, Eyring, Evans, Polanyi, etc. The chapter ends with the invention of transition state (absolute rate) theory, which is briefly described in the next chapter of this monograph. As was mentioned above, the second chapter is dedicated to the introduction to transition state theory, including the formulation of partition function, the calculation of reaction rate and frequency factor. Furthermore the limitation of transition state theory and kinetic isotope effect is also discussed. The last chapter explains the concept of effective mass and effective rate of activated state as well as derived properties mentioned in the first paragraph above.

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@book{BUT158335,
  author="Petr {Ptáček} and Tomáš {Opravil} and František {Šoukal}",
  title="Introducing the Effective Mass of Activated Complex and the Discussion on the Wave Function of this Instanton",
  annote="The monograph is organized into three chapters. The first of them deals with a short historical background, which introduces the beginning of chemical kinetics and the formulation of its cardinal rules in the historical context. The readers can get acquainted with early beginning of chemical kinetics through the works of A.V.G Harcourt and W. Esson, J. Van´t Hoff, H. Dixon, C. Hinshelwood, Moelwin-Hughes, Eyring, Evans, Polanyi, etc. The chapter ends with the invention of transition state (absolute rate) theory, which is briefly described in the next chapter of this monograph. As was mentioned above, the second chapter is dedicated to the introduction to transition state theory, including the formulation of partition function, the calculation of reaction rate and frequency factor. Furthermore the limitation of transition state theory and kinetic isotope effect is also discussed. The last chapter explains the concept of effective mass and effective rate of activated state as well as derived properties mentioned in the first paragraph above.",
  address="IntechOpen",
  chapter="158335",
  doi="10.5772/intechopen.70734",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IntechOpen",
  year="2018",
  month="july",
  publisher="IntechOpen",
  type="book"
}