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content material: Substitution reactions of chelates / Dale W. Margerum --
strain results and substitution mechanisms / T.W. Swaddle --
Proton-transfer response charges and mechanisms / Edward M. Eyring, David B. Marshall, Frank Strohbusch, and R. Süttinger --
Nucleophilic substitution / Mark J. Pellerite and John I. Brauman --
Electron move in weakly interacting structures / Norman Sutin and Bruce S. Brunschwig --
Optical charge-transfer transitions / Thomas J. Meyer --
Observations on atom-transfer reactions / Henry Taube --
a few comparisons among the energetics of electrochemical and homogeneous electron-transfer reactions / Michael J. Weaver and Joseph T. Hupp --
4 points of the gap dependence of electron-transfer charges / Ephraim Buhks, Ralph G. Wilkins, Stephan S. Isied, and John F. Endicott --
additional advancements in electron move / R.A. Marcus and Paul Siders --
Mechanistic stories of electron alternate kinetics utilizing ab initio digital constitution thoughts / Marshall D. Newton --
Inclusion of solvent results in a vibronic coupling version for mixed-valence compounds / K.Y. Wong and P.N. Schatz --
Parameters of electron-transfer kinetics / Noel S. Hush --
impact of equipped assemblies on chemical reactions / J.K. Thomas --
new release of reactive intermediates through photolysis of transition-metal polyhydride complexes / Gregory L. Geoffroy --
One-electron relief made of tris(2,2'-bipyridine)rhodium(III) / Carol Creutz, Andrew D. Keller, Harold A. Schwarz, Norman Sutin, and Arden P. Zipp --
Proton-transfer reactions in organometallic chemistry / Richard F. Jordan and Jack R. Norton --
Reactivity of coordinated dioxygen / John F. Endicott and Krishan Kumar --
Inorganic response mechanisms : prior, current and destiny / Ralph G. Wilkins.
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