LASER TEMPERATURE-JUMP STUDIES OF FAST REACTIONS
Final technical rept. 1 Dec 1966-30 Nov 1967
UTAH UNIV SALT LAKE CITY
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Progress is reported on three lines of investigation The use of Joule heating and laser temperature jump equipment to study the rate of molybdate polymerization is described in detail. The same equipment was used to study the rapid deprotonation by hydroxide ion of a family of azo dyes in alkaline aqueous solution that have strong intramolecular hydrogen bonds. Preliminary results are reported of a kinetic study of the hydrolysis of chromium III perchlorate in acidic aqueous solutions.
- Physical Chemistry
- Lasers and Masers