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Isotope effects in chemical reactions
C. J. Collins
1970 by Van Nostrand Reinhold .
Written in English
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Isotope effects on the rates of chemical reactions, including enzyme catalyzed reactions, are treated in some detail. Since the various fields in which isotope effects are applied do not only share fundamental principles but also share experimental techniques, this book includes a discussion both of experimental apparatus and techniques.
As the title suggests, Isotope Effects in the Chemical, Geological and Bio Sciences deals with differences in the properties of isotopically substituted molecules, such as differences in the chemical and physical properties of water and the heavy waters.
Isotope effects on the rates of chemical reactions, including enzyme catalyzed reactions, are treated in some by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages illustrations 24 cm.
Contents: Kinetic isotope effects: introduction and discussion of the Isotope effects in chemical reactions book / W. Alexander Van Hook --Deuterium isotope effects in solvolytic substitution at saturated carbon / V.J.
Shiner, Jr. --Secondary deuterium isotope effects and neighboring group participation / D.E. Sunko and S. This chapter describes a number of examples of kinetic isotope effects on chemical reactions of different types (simple gas phase reactions, SN2 and E reactions in solution and in the gas phase.
The Isotope Kinetics Method. (Book Reviews: Isotope Effects in Chemical Reactions)Cited by: 2. Isotope Effects in Chemical Reactions Isotope Effects in Chemical Reactions Weston, R E By RALPH E. WESTON, JR.2 Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, Long Island, New York The isotope effects to be discussed in this article are those which result from differences in atomic masses, with a subsequent alteration of molecular partition functions.
Secondary isotope effects through two or more bonds are also useful in studying hydrogen bonds. Normally, the isotope effect decreases rapidly with the number of bonds between the exchanged hydrogen and the observed nucleus, with the one-bond 15 N chemical-shift change (exchange of NH for ND) being – ppm .However, through-hydrogen-bond effects may lead to significantly larger.
Isotope effects, mostly involving hydrogen–deuterium, are one of the most powerful tools for chemical kinetics kinetic isotope effect is defined as the ratio of the rate constants corresponding to the unlabelled and labelled species at a given internal energy.
Background. The kinetic isotope effect is considered to be one of the most essential and sensitive tools for the study of reaction mechanisms, the knowledge of which allows the improvement of the desirable qualities of the corresponding example, kinetic isotope effects can be used to reveal whether a nucleophilic substitution reaction follows a unimolecular (S N 1) or bimolecular.
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Theoretical and Experimental Aspects of Isotope Effects in Chemical Kinetics. Jacob Bigeleisen. Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Search for more papers by this author. Max Wolfsberg. Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Cited by: COVID Resources.
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In the last Isotope effects in chemical reactions book decades it was demonstrated that, in addition to masses and charges, magnetic moments of nuclei are able to influence remarkably chemical reactions.
This book presents the physical background (both theoretical and experimental) of the magnetic. impression that the book overemphasizes deuterium isotope effects; the book is so large, however, that there is ample coverage of heavy-atom isotope effects, including reviews of chlorine and oxygen isotope effects, as well as intriguing accounts of effects on reaction rates.
He contributed significantly to studies of biotic dehalogenations by means of chlorine isotope effects, the majority of which have been summarized in an article in Accounts of Chemical Research.
He also coauthored a book on isotope effects, “Isotope Effects in the Chemical, Geological and Bio Sciences” published in by Springer.
As the title suggests, Isotope Effects in the Chemical, Geological and Bio Sciences deals with differences in the properties of isotopically substituted molecules, such as differences in the chemical and physical properties of water and the heavy waters. Since the various fields in which isotope effects are applied do not only share fundamental principles but also experimental techniques, this Author: Max Wolfsberg.
In physical organic chemistry, a kinetic isotope effect (KIE) is the change in the reaction rate of a chemical reaction when one of the atoms in the reactants is replaced by one of its isotopes.  Formally, it is the ratio of rate constants for the reactions involving the light (k L) and the heavy (k H) isotopically substituted reactants (isotopologues).
Early Diagenesis of Lacustrine Carbonates in Volcanic Settings: The Role of Magmatic CO2 (Lake Dziani Dzaha, Mayotte, Indian Ocean) Phenylalanine Aminomutase-Catalyzed Addition of Ammonia to Substituted Cinnamic Acids: a Route to Enantiopure α- and β-Amino AcidsAuthor: James R.
McNesby. For hydrogen, however, chemical reactions involving the different isotopes proceed at measurably different rates. These kinetic-isotope effects can be utilized in detailed studies of reaction mechanisms.
The rates of reactions of compounds containing deuterium or tritium are usually less than those of Read More; hyperfine structure. Isotope Effects: in the Chemical, Geological, and Bio Sciences: : Wolfsberg, Max, Van Hook, W. Alexander, Paneth, Piotr, Rebelo, Luís Paulo N.: Libros en Author: Max Wolfsberg.
High hydrostatic pressure is a neglected tool for probing the origins of isotope effects. In chemical reactions, normal primary deuterium isotope effects (DIEs) arising solely from differences in zero point energies are unaffected by pressure; but some anomalous isotope effects in which hydrogen tunnelling is suspected are partially by: Brings together recent work on isotope effects in chemical reactions and in photodissociation of isotope effects to analyze the chemistry of the earth's atmosphere, other planetary atmospheres, and interstellar space.
Twenty five papers from an April symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, cross boundaries between experiment and theory, neutral and Price: $ Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology: Authors also discuss isotope effects in organic and organometallic reactions and complex enzyme reactions and a unique chapter explores water isotope effects under pressure.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, Format: Hardcover. Title: Chlorine Isotope Effects on Chemical Reactions VOLUME: 9 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):D. Sicinska, M. Rostkowski and P. Paneth Affiliation:Contribution from Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry, Technical University of Lodz, Zeromskiego, Lodz, Poland.
Keywords:chlorine kinetic isotope effects, elimination reactions, triethylamine(tea)-promoted reactions, nucleophilic substitutionCited by: 6. Chemical Kinetics The Study of Reaction Rates in Solution Kenneth A. Connors This chemical kinetics book blends physical theory, phenomenology and empiricism to provide a guide to the experimental practice and interpretation of reaction kinetics in solution.
It is suitable for courses in chemical kinetics at the graduate and advanced undergraduate s: 1. Isotope effects on the rates of chemical reactions, including enzyme catalyzed reactions, are treated in some detail. Since the various fields in which isotope effects are applied do not only share fundamental principles but also share experimental techniques, this book includes a discussion both of experimental apparatus and techniques Author: Max Wolfsberg, W.
Alexander Van Hook, Piotr Paneth. Intramolecular secondary hydrogen isotope effects on alphacleavage reaction of 14 unsymmetrically deuterium labeled tertiary amine cation radicals have been determined in order to probe the variation of the isotope effect with the distance to the rupturing carbon-carbon bond, with the structure of the radical lost, and with the internal energy of the reactant.
Rate constants and kinetic isotope effects for H-atom abstraction reactions by muonium in the Mu + propane and Mu + n-butane reactions from K to K: challenges for theory D. Fleming, D.
Arseneau, S. Cottrell and J. Peck, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,22, Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology - Ebook written by Amnon Kohen, Hans-Heinrich Limbach. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology.4/5(1). Fundamentals of Isotope Geochemistry. Fractionation accompanying chemical reactions and phase changes.
The energy differences associated with isotope effects are about times smaller than the DG for chemical reactions, and hence cannot be the driving force for chemical equilibrium.
Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology book. Edited By Amnon Kohen, Hans-Heinrich Limbach. Edition 1st Edition. chapter 22 Pages. Kinetic Isotope Effects for Author: Amnon Kohen, Hans-Heinrich Limbach.
Isotope vs. nuclide. A nuclide is a species of an atom with a specific number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus, for example carbon with 6 protons and 7 neutrons. The nuclide concept (referring to individual nuclear species) emphasizes nuclear properties over chemical properties, whereas the isotope concept (grouping all atoms of each element) emphasizes chemical over nuclear.
Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology. DOI link for Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology. Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology bookAuthor: Amnon Kohen, Hans-Heinrich Limbach.
Muonium (Mu) and protium (1 H) differ by only % in reduced mass but by a factor of in atomic mass, so they constitute an excellent pair of atoms with which to examine kinetic isotope these atoms react with solutes in water, the ratio of observed rate constants (k M /k H) ranges from 10 3 to 10 − of these effects can be accounted for by differences in diffusion.
/ Hybrid quantum and classical methods for computing kinetic isotope effects of chemical reactions in solutions and in enzymes. Molecular Modeling of Proteins. Vol. Humana Press, pp. (Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.)).Cited by: 5. Title: Isotope Effects on Chemical Shifts as an Analytical Tool in Structural Studies of Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonded Compounds VOLUME: 4 ISSUE: 1 Author(s):Simon Bolvig and Poul Erik Hansen Affiliation:Department of Life Sciences and Chemistry, Roskilde University,DK Roskilde, Denmark.
Abstract: Isotope effects on chemical shifts of intramolecularly hydrogen bonded Cited by: Isotopic Labelling In Chemical Reactions other uses of isotope labeling Isotopic tracers are used to examine processes in natural systems, especially terrestrial and aquatic environments. In soil science 15N tracers are used extensively to study nitrogen cycling, whereas 13C and.
Measurements of the 13 C and D kinetic isotope effects (KIE) in methane, 13C KIE = k(12 CH 4)/k(13 CH 4) and D KIE = k(12 CH 4)/k(12 CH 3 D), in the reactions of these atmospherically important methane isotopomers with O(1 D) and OH have been undertaken using mass spectrometry and tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy to determine isotopic composition.
For the carbon kinetic isotope Cited by: The kinetic isotope effect (KIE) of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase oxygenase is the isotopic fractionation associated solely with the step in the Calvin-Benson Cycle where a molecule of carbon dioxide (CO 2) is attached to the 5-carbon sugar ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate (RuBP) to produce two 3-carbon sugars called 3-phosphoglycerate (3 PGA).
This chemical reaction is catalyzed by the. Kinetic isotope effects and medium effects have been measured for sulfuryl-transfer reactions of the sulfate ester p-nitrophenyl sulfate (pNPS). The results are compared to those from previous studies of phosphoryl transfer, a reaction with mechanistic similarities.
The N and the bridge O isotope effects for the reaction of the pNPS anion are very similar to those of the p-nitrophenyl Cited by:. Isotope Effects in Chemistry and Biology brings together a wide scope of different perspectives and practical developments and applications into a comprehensive reference of isotope effects that reflect the most current state of the art.Isotope Effects in Chemical Kinetics F S Klein Annual Review of Physical Chemistry Isotope Effects M Wolfsberg Annual Review of Physical Chemistry Liquid Crystals A Saupe Annual Review of Physical Chemistry OXYGEN AND HYDROGEN ISOTOPES IN THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE J.
R. GatCited by: Heavy-atom isotope effects have been measured for the reactions of p-nitrophenyl phosphate (pNPP) in the stable Co complexes cis-[Co(en)2(OH)pNPP] (1), Co(NH3)5pNPP (2), and a Co(cyclen) complex of pNPP (4) which forms reversibly in solution.
The isotope effects in the nonbridge oxygen atoms (18knonbridge), in the bridge oxygen atom (18kbridge), and in the nitrogen atom of pNPP (15k) were Cited by: