Bimolecular and Trimolecular Reactions

  • E. T. Denisov


The kinetics of a bimolecular reaction of the type A + B → reaction products is described by the following equation (where x is the concentration of starting material that has reacted):
$$- \frac{{dA}}{{dt}} = k[A][B]{\text{ }}or{\text{ }}\frac{{dx}}{{dt}} = k({[A]_0} - x)({[B]_0} - x),$$
$$\ln \frac{{{{[A]}_0}({{[B]}_0} - x)}}{{{{[B]}_0}({{[A]}_0} - x)}} = k({[B]_0} - {[A]_0})t.$$


Unsaturated Compound Bimolecular Reaction Reaction Solvent Trimolecular Reaction Ethyl Lithium 
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© IFI/Plenum Data Company 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. T. Denisov
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  1. 1.Institute of Chemical PhysicsMoscowUSSR

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