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The influence of the different elements of an organic molecule structure on the main kinetic parameters of its unimolecular reaction in the high-pressure region

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DOI: 10.4236/ns.2011.38090    7,115 Downloads   10,815 Views
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The most general dynamic tendencies of the energy redistribution in the high-pressure region are considered. Their influence on the possible deviations from the kinetic conceptions, which is now generally accepted, is examined. In this way, the structural elements of an organic molecule that promote internal energy mobilization in the high-pressure region and, conversely, hamper it, are defined. The first of these elements reduces both the Arrhenius parameters of the unimolecular reactions while the second leads to the opposite results. Some well-known exceptions to existing kinetic theories, which find an explanation in the framework of these proposed concepts, is considered. The proposed concept is very general as distinct from the existing dynamic studies, which investigate more particular details of the separate bond behaviors. The proposed general concept can broaden the study of chemical kinetics.

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Krinkin, D. (2011) The influence of the different elements of an organic molecule structure on the main kinetic parameters of its unimolecular reaction in the high-pressure region. Natural Science, 3, 661-682. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.38090.

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