The subject of the book is electron transfer reactions in organic chemistry, with the emphasis on mechanistic aspects. The theoretical framework is that of the Marcus theory, well-known from its extensive use in inorganic chemistry. The book deals with definitions of electron transfer, theory of electron transfer reactions (Marcus' and Pross-Shaik's approach) experimental diagnosis of electron transfer reactions, examples from inorganic/organic reactants and purely organic reactants, electro- and photochemical electron transfer, electron transfer catalyzed reactions, connections between electron transfer and polar mechanisms, and applications of electron transfer, such as electrosynthesis of organic chemicals, photochemical energy storage, conducting organic materials and chemiluminescence. The approach is new in so far as no comparable book has been published. The book will be of value to anyone interested in keeping track of developments in physical organic chemistry.Standard free energy diagram for ! ... No, between an easily oxidizable aromatic compound (EAd assumed to be 0.8 V) and nitronium ion in potential energy space. ... (group coupling in this particular case) so that the ArHaquot;/E radical cation/radical pair never appears along the reaction coordinate. ... Thus our attempt to formulate a problem in clear terms has provided at least one answer: As long as we defineanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electron Transfer Reactions in Organic Chemistry|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|