Reaction Rate Theory

Faraday Discussion 195

Royal Society of Chemistry (Bidragsyter)

Serie: Faraday Discussions Volume 195

Reaction rate theory has developed rapidly in recent years and is being used to interpret and simulate an ever growing range of challenging rate-processes in chemistry, physics and biology. New theories and methodologies have been developed to treat processes including coupled proton and electron transfer, enzyme catalysis, nucleation and transport through cell membranes. Les mer
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Reaction rate theory has developed rapidly in recent years and is being used to interpret and simulate an ever growing range of challenging rate-processes in chemistry, physics and biology. New theories and methodologies have been developed to treat processes including coupled proton and electron transfer, enzyme catalysis, nucleation and transport through cell membranes. Underlying these disparate areas of rate-theory are a common language, techniques and methodology. This Faraday Discussions brings together theoretical and physical chemists, molecular biologists, solid state physicists and bio-physicists in academia and industry to discuss recent advances in reaction rate theory.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Fundamentals; Non-adiabatic Reactions; New Methods for Rare Event Sampling; Large Systems.

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