Homogeneous isotope exchange between thiourea and bis(thiourea)mercury(II) complex
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The isotope exchange behavior of thiourea with bis(thiourea)mercury(II) complex has been studied. The concentrations of both the metal ion and the complex were varied. The results show that the complex is labile in the kinetic sense. An increase in concentration increases the rate of exchange. Increase in temperature also results in an increase of the rate of exchange.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Mercury Inorganic Chemistry Thiourea Isotope Exchange
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