About: Chemical kinetics is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 10614 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 313446 citation(s). The topic is also known as: reaction kinetics.
Abstract: The calculation of absolute reaction rates is formulated in terms of quantities which are available from the potential surfaces which can be constructed at the present time. The probability of the activated state is calculated using ordinary statistical mechanics. This probability multiplied by the rate of decomposition gives the specific rate of reaction. The occurrence of quantized vibrations in the activated complex, in degrees of freedom which are unquantized in the original molecules, leads to relative reaction rates for isotopes quite different from the rates predicted using simple kinetic theory. The necessary conditions for the general statistical treatment to reduce to the usual kinetic treatment are given.
Abstract: One of the active areas in reaction kinetics during the post-war years has been that of electron-transfer reactions. These reactions constitute one type of oxidation-reduction process and include both chemical and electrochemical systems. Many rate constants have now been measured (1-8) and they have stimulated a variety of theoretical studies (9-37). The field has been characterized by a strong interplay of theory and experiment, which now includes the testing of theoretically predicted quantitative correlations (34). Because of a certain unique feature of the purely electron-transfer reactions--the absence of bond rupture in the reaction step--these correlations are unusual. They do not have the arbitrary parameters that occur in theoretical studies of most other reactions in chemical kinetics. This review will be limited to purely electron transfer reactions.
01 Aug 1992
Abstract: As part of a series of evaluated sets, rate constants and photochemical cross sections compiled by the NASA Panel for Data Evaluation are provided. The primary application of the data is in the modeling of stratospheric processes, with particular emphasis on the ozone layer and its possible perturbation by anthropogenic and natural phenomena. Copies of this evaluation are available from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
•01 Jan 1979
Abstract: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING KINETICS Elements of Reaction Kinetics Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids Noncatalytic Gas-Solid Reactions Catalyst Deactivation Gas-Liquid Reactions ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF CHEMICAL REACTORS The Fundamental Mass, Energy, and Momentum Balance Equations The Batch and Semibatch Reactors The Plug Flow Reactor The Perfectly Mixed Flow Reactor Fixed Bed Catalytic Reactors Nonideal Flow Patterns and Population Balance Models Fluidized Bed and Transport Reactors Multiphase Flow Reactors Author Index Subject Index.