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Linear Free Energy Relationships in Inorganic Chemistry

  • J. R. Chipperfield

Abstract

The renaissance of Inorganic Chemistry in the 1950’s brought with it a quantitative approach to reactions which had been enjoyed by Organic Chemistry for some thirty years. Concepts of reaction mechanism were expressed in the terminology used by organic chemists, and linear free energy relationships were employed as a tool to explore reaction mechanisms. The reactions studied by LFER were those nearest to organic reactions—those with an organic group attached to an inorganic reaction centre. They included those of transition-metal complexes (with organic substituents in the ligands), and the organic derivatives of the transition metals and main-group elements. The information which has been obtained by the use of LFER for inorganic systems has usually confirmed previous ideas, and has seldom led to new theories.

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Stability Constant Rate Coefficient Phosphonic Acid Substituent Effect Phosphinic Acid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. R. Chipperfield
    • 1
  1. 1.The UniversityHullUK

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