The kinetic isotope effect kie is a phenomenon associated with isotopically substituted molecules exhibiting different reaction rates isotope effects such as kies are invaluable tools in both physical and biological sciences and are used to aid in the understanding of reaction kinetics mechanisms and solvent effects. Isotope effects on reaction rates and the reaction coordinate full record other related research abstract the high temperature limit of the reaction rate isotope effect is discussed the slater approach is compared in this respect to the transition state theory approach there is no essential disagreement between the two approaches. Isotope effects on reaction rates lars melander ronald press new york 1960 vi 181 pp 600. The effects of substitution on reaction rates are at the heart of both physical chemistry and organic chemistry in this paper we present a computational laboratory module to explore the effects of group substitution and isotopic substitution on reaction rates by using a readily accessible graphical interface a computational engine and spreadsheet software
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