By A. G. Sykes

Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in numerous topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bio-inorganic to good kingdom. This acclaimed serial beneficial properties studies written by way of specialists within the zone and is an crucial reference for complicated researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry includes an index, and every bankruptcy is totally referenced.

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This indicates that electron transfer from Fe to Ru is characterized by an ‘‘early’’ transition state in terms of volume changes along the reaction coordinate (see Fig. 20). FIG. 20. Volume profile for the reaction (NH3)4(4-Etpy)RuIII-Cyt cII } (NH3)4(4-Etpy)RuII-Cyt cIII. 46 ¨ CKER-BENFER, AND THALER ELDIK, DU The overall volume changes could be accounted for in terms of electrostriction effects centered around the ammine ligands on the ruthenium center. A number of possible explanations in terms of the effect of pressure on electronic and nuclear factors were offered to account for the asymmetrical nature of the volume profile (159).

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