Investigations of Rates and Mechanisms of Reactions, Fourth Edition Part I: General Considerations and Reactions at Conventional Rates Edited by Claude F. Bernasconi Sixteen chapters by internationally recognized authorities cover a wide range of topics, including kinetics in solution, kinetics in the gas phase, kinetics in heterogeneous systems, transition state theory, kinetic isotope effects, catalysis by small molecules and enzymes, kinetics of complex reactions, linear free energy relationships, and non-kinetic methods such as stereochemical studies and the use of tracers and computers. 1986 (0 471-86781-0) 1,041 pp. Part II: Investigation of Elementary Reaction Steps in Solution and Fast Reaction Techniques Edited by Claude F. Bernasconi The new edition of this classic reference gives an up-to-date account of all major approaches to the study of fast reactions. Methods include rapid flow techniques, small perturbations or relaxation techniques (temperature-jump, pressure-jump, electric field methods and ultrasonic techniques), large perturbation techniques (laser and flash photolysis, pulse radiolysis), electrochemical techniques, and line shape techniques (NMR and electron paramagnetic resonance). 1986 (0 471-83096-8) 650 pp. Physical Methods of Chemistry, Second Edition Volume I Components of Scientific Instruments and Applications of Computers to Chemical Research Edited by Bryant W. Rossiter and John F. Hamilton Presents several general laboratory techniques, providing a resource of information on a broad spectrum of components, tools, and techniques. Includes electronics, vacuum and ultrahigh-vacuum equipment and methods, optical components, computer utilization for digital control of instrumentation, and more. 1986 (0 471-08034-9) 850 pp. Volume II Electrochemical Methods Edited by Bryant W. Rossiter and John F. Hamilton Presents a thorough, up-to-date treatment of the application of electrometric methods to chemical systems. Covers potentiometry, voltammetry, controlled potential electrolysis, chronoaperometry, chronocoulometry, chronopotentiometry, spectroelectrochemistry, and more. 1986 (0 471-08027-6) 904 pp.
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The fourth edition of Organic Solvents updates and expands the material of the 15-year-old third edition. Besides updating the physical properties and preparation techniques of previously noted solvents, this edition includes over 150 new solvents, many selected to complete groups of isomers and expand homologous series listed in the third edition. Several isomeric and homologous series are initiated here, including the xylenols, chlorinated toluenes, xylidenes, picolines, lutidines, and silanes. The increasing importance of aerosol propellants is recognized with over a dozen propellants represented among the lighter hydrocarbons, aliphatic fluorinated hydrocarbons, and mixed halogenated hydrocarbons. Numerical values are now presented in cgs and SI units. Six new tabulated properties are included: pressure coefficient dp/dt, isothermal compressibility kT, adiabatic compressibility kS, thermal conductivity λ, solubility parameter δ and evaporation rates. In addition, the method of citing journal references in the bibliography has been changed to conform more nearly to the style of Chemical Abstracts.About the Author:
About the authors John A. Riddick is retired from the Research and Development Division of Commercial Solvents Corporation. He is the senior revising author of the second and third editions of Organic Solvents, author of "Acid-Base Titrations in Nonaqueous Solvents," Analytical Chemistry, Biennial Review, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1958, and 1960, and coauthor of "Alkanolamines," Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemical Analysis, Volume 5. He earned his PhD in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Iowa. William B. Bunger (1917-1984) was Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University where he served as Chairman of the Department of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry. For many years he served as Alternate Councilor for the Wabash Valley Section of the American Chemical Society. Previously, he was an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Auburn University. He earned his PhD in Organic Chemistry at Kansas State University. Theodore K. Sakano is Professor of Chemistry at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He is the coauthor, with William B. Bunger, of two solution manuals for physical chemistry texts. He served as Chairman of the Wabash Valley Section of the American Chemical Society. He earned his PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is the senior revising author of the fourth edition of Organic Solvents.
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Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1986. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471084670
Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1986. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 4. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0471084670
Descripción Wiley-Interscience, 1986. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0471084670