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Experimental Technique and Data Reduction for High Pressure Kinetics

  • C. A. Eckert

Abstract

The experimental technique of high pressure kinetics provides detailed information about the structure and properties of reaction transition states — data which are often unavailable from any other source. In recent years the use of this experimental tool has become much more prevalent, and data are now available for literally thousands of reactions [1]. Therefore, it is especially important at this juncture to review the experimental possibilities and limitations of high pressure kinetics, with emphasis on the types of uncertainties which are inherent in the experiments as well as in the reduction of data. Moreover, it can be demonstrated that careful planning of both the experimental program as well as the method of data reduction can substantially augment the net information obtained for a given quantum of high pressure kinetics effort.

Keywords

Transition State Activation Volume Partial Molal Volume Methyl Iodide Transition State Theory 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. A. Eckert
    • 1
  1. 1.University of IllinoisUrbana-ChampaignUSA

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