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Photochemistry and Reaction Kinetics

Photochemistry and Reaction Kinetics

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F. S. Dainton, W. A. Noyes Jr., Bernard Lewis, C. H. Bamford, R. P. Wayne, P. B. Ayscough, George Porter, B. A. Thrush, A. B. Callear, J. C. Bevington, N. N. Semenov, John H. Knox, P. G. Ashmore, J. H. Purnell, C. P. Quinn
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  • Date Published: June 2010
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521147477

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  • Originally published in 1967, this book gives a resumé of the state of knowledge on selected topics of importance at the time concerned with the mechanisms of chemical reactions induced by heat or light, and of the rates at which they proceed. The reactions discussed range from very simple atomic reactions to the more complex chain reactions involved in such well-known processes as combustion, flame and the production of polymers used in the plastics industry. During the forty-five years preceding publication, reaction kinetics became one of the major divisions of physical chemistry. Our knowledge of the mechanisms of the chain reactions involved in photochemistry, combustion and polymerization, and our understanding of chemiluminescence and the flow of energy between molecules and between different modes within molecules, grew enormously.

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    • Date Published: June 2010
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521147477
    • length: 404 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 23 mm
    • weight: 0.51kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of authors
    Preface F. S. Dainton
    1. The contributions of R. G. W. Norrish to photochemistry W. A. Noyes Jr.
    2. The contributions of R. G. W. Norrish to combustion Bernard Lewis
    3. Photochemistry in the liquid phase C. H. Bamford and R. P. Wayne
    4. Gaseous photochlorination F. S. Dainton and P. B. Ayscough
    5. Flash photolysis George Porter
    6. Flash photolytic studies of free radicals in the gas phase B. A. Thrush
    7. Energy transfer in molecular collisions A. B. Callear
    8. Polymer chemistry J. C. Bevington
    9. Modern concepts of the mechanism of hydrocarbon oxidation in the gas-phase N. N. Semenov
    10. The interpretation of cool flame and low-temperature combustion phenomena John H. Knox
    11. The sensitization and the inhibition of ignitions P. G. Ashmore
    12. The pyrolyses of paraffins J. H. Purnell and C. P. Quinn
    Index.

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    P. G. Ashmore

    F. S. Dainton

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    T. M. Sugden

    Contributors

    F. S. Dainton, W. A. Noyes Jr., Bernard Lewis, C. H. Bamford, R. P. Wayne, P. B. Ayscough, George Porter, B. A. Thrush, A. B. Callear, J. C. Bevington, N. N. Semenov, John H. Knox, P. G. Ashmore, J. H. Purnell, C. P. Quinn

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