ACS DIVISION OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 1965 SUMMER SYMPOSIUM ON RELAXATION TECHNIQUES IN CHEMICAL KINETICS IN SOLUTION, TO BE HELD AT STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO, JUNE 28-30, 1965.
STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK BUFFALO
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Reports presented at the symposium are summarized Microwave temperature-jump method Pulse radiolytic method Application of n.m.r. to kinetic studies Recent technique developments Deuterium isotope effects in aqueous solutions of intramolecularly hydrogen-bonded acids from temperature-jump studies Estimation of very fast reaction rates from the broadening of vibrational spectral lines Systems of the quinonehydroquinone type the myoglobin-azide reaction Cyctochrome-c systems Prostatic acid phosphate catalysis studied by relaxation spectrometry Kinetic studies of hydrogen bond reactions Nuclear magnetic resonance measurements of water lifetimes in the first coordination sphere of metal ions Ultrasonic investigation of step-wise ion association in solution Kinetics of metal-liquid interactions as studied with the pressure step method Reactions of the hydrated electron with metal complexes Measurement of fast ionic reactions by relaxation effects of electron spin resonance Pulse radiolysis studies of the hydroperoxy radical and ozonide ion in aqueous solution Relaxation techniques for fast electrode processes Primary hydration number of cations in solution from proton n.m.r. relaxation studies.