Geometric factor in prototropic reactions of neutral and charged radicals
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The difference between the rate constants of thermodynamically favorable proton-transfer reactions between NH- and OH-containing radicals and heterocyclic bases and those diffusion-controlled reactions is due to the reactivity anisotropy of the reagents.
KeywordsAnisotropy Geometric Factor Charged Radical Heterocyclic Basis Reactivity Anisotropy
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