Rate Constant Calculation of Benzylperoxy Radical Isomerization
Rate Constants and the Kinetic Isotope Effects in Multi-Proton Transfer Reactions: A Case Study of ClONO2+HCl→HNO3+Cl2 Reactions with Water Clusters with Canonical Variational Transition State Theory using a Direct Ab Initio Dynamics Approach
Statisticodynamical and Multiscale Modeling of Cluster Dissociation
A Mixed Quantum-Classical View to the Kinetics of Chemical Reactions Involving Multiple Electronic States
Adiabatic Treatment of Torsional Anharmonicity and Mode Coupling in Molecular Partition Functions and Statistical Rate Coefficients: Application to Hydrogen Peroxide
Dynamics of Chemical Reaction around a Saddle Point: What Divides Reacting and Non-Reacting Trajectories?
Derivation of Rate Constants from Accurate Quantum Wave Packet Theory for Nonadiabatic and Adiabatic Chemical Reactions
Understanding Reactivity with Reduced Potential Energy Landscapes: Recent Advances and New Directions
Quantum-Classical Liouville Dynamics of Condensed Phase Quantum Processes
Free Energetics and Kinetics of Charge Transfer and Shift Reactions in Room‐Temperature Ionic Liquids
Semi-Classical Treatments of Electron Transfer Rate from Weak to Strong Electronic Coupling Regime
Modified Zusman Equation for Quantum Solvation Dynamics and Rate Processes
Role of Water in Radical Reactions: Molecular Simulation and Modelling
Putting Together the Pieces: A Global Description of Valence and Long-Range Forces via Combined Hyperbolic Inverse Power Representation of the Potential Energy Surface
Extension of Marcus Rate Theory to Electron Transfer Reactions with Large Solvation Changes
Theoretical Studies on Mechanism and Kinetics of Atmospheric Chemical Reactions
Computation of Intrinsic RRKM and Non-RRKM Unimolecular Rate Constants
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Kinetic Isotope Effects in Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions
About this book
The reaction rate constant plays an essential role a wide range of processes in biology, chemistry and physics. Calculating the reaction rate constant provides considerable understanding to a reaction and this book presents the latest thinking in modern rate computational theory.
The editors have more than 30 years’ experience in researching the theoretical computation of chemical reaction rate constants by global dynamics and transition state theories and have brought together a global pool of expertise discussing these in a variety of contexts and across all phases. This thorough treatment of the subject provides an essential handbook to students and researchers entering the field and a comprehensive reference to established practitioners across the sciences, providing better tools to determining reaction rate constants.