By D. Bethell (Ed.)

ISBN-10: 0120335271

ISBN-13: 9780120335275

This sequence, tested through Victor Gold in 1963, provides colossal and authoritative studies of components of chemistry during which quantitative tools are utilized in the learn of the buildings of natural compounds and their relation to actual and chemical houses. Organometallic compounds are integrated, and correct features of actual, theoretical, inorganic, and organic chemistry are integrated in stories the place acceptable.

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Douglas, K. , Loran, J. , Steltner, A. and Williams, A. (1977). J . Am. Chem. , Farrar, C. ,Sikkel, B. J. and Williams, A. (1978) J . Am. Chem. Soc. 100. 2525 EFFECTIVE CHARGE AND TRANSITION-STATE STRUCTURE 53 Dewar, M. J. S. (1984). J . Am. Chem. 106, 209 Dewar, M. J. S. (1969). The Molecular Orbital Theory of Organic Chemistry. McGraw-Hill, New York Dixon, J. E. and Bruice. T. C. (1971). J . Am. Chem. , Bastos, M. , Bull, H. G . , Ortiz, J. J. and Cordes, E. H. (1979). J . Am. Chem. 101, 169 Dunn, B.

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Recent work from this laboratory (Waring and Williams, 1989) has shown that the identity reaction of 2,4-dinitrophenolate ion with 2,4-dinitrophenyl diphenylphosphate has a transition state that lies on the tightness diagonal very close to the bottom right corner [15]. 09. Such an "open" transition state is compared with the corresponding phosphoryl dianion transfer, where stabilization is obtained by the effect of the internal oxygen nucleophiles. For all reactions where p is very small we must EFFECTIVE CHARGE A N D TRANSITION-STATE STRUCTURE 33 consider that solvation plays a large role in its value because this is close to the b-values usually obtained for hydrogen bonding (Stahl and Jencks, 1986).

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