Catalysis in Chemistry and Enzymology

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Courier Corporation, 1987 - Science - 836 pages
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Exceptionally clear, carefully written treatment of the nature of catalysis of reactions in aqueous solution. Coverage of mechanisms for catalysis, forces in aqueous solution, carbonyl- and acyl-group reactions, practical kinetics, and much more. Extensive bibliography. "... a masterpiece."—Nature.
 

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language is tougher and not east to nderstand and their are a lot of contradictions.

Contents

Obseriation of the formation and disappearance of
1
MECHANISMS FOR CATALYSIS
8
Chapter
9
Covalent Catalysis
42
intermediate
45
Decomposition at the same rate of a common intermediate farmed from different substrates
50
Partitioning of the intermediate to give two products at a constant total rate
53
Partitioning of a common intermediate to a constant ratio of two products 5 6
56
ATP and metals
112
Decarboxylation of pketo acids
116
Aldol condensations
120
Thiamine pyrophosphate
128
Pyridoxal
133
Other examples
146
F Oxidative Catalysis 1 50
154
General AcidBase Catalysis 1 63
163

Exchange and transfer reactions
60
Exchange and inhibition
64
Nucleophilic Catalysis
67
Nucleophilic groups in enzymes
71
Carbonyl transfer reactions
72
cistrans Isomerization
74
Phosphate transfer
76
AUtyl transfer
77
Nucleophilic Reactivity
78
Basicity
79
Polarizability oxidationreduction potential softness
85
Solvati
92
Steric hindrance
96
Electrostatic effects
97
Resonance stabilization and structural rearrangements
98
Bond strength to carbon
99
Intramolecalar general acid catalysis 1 03
104
The a effect
107
E Electrophilic Catalysis 11 1
111
Other examples
168
B The Boosted Relationship
170
Isotope Effects
243
Strain Distortion and Conformation Change
282
FORCES IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION
321
Electrostatic Interactions
351
Hydrophobic Forces
393
DonorAcceptor and Charge Transfer Interactions
438
Related Phenomena and Long Electrondeficient Bonds
449
Charge Transfer and DonorAcceptor Interactions in Biochemistry
459
RCORandHOR
508
RCSRand HOR
517
RCSRandHzNR
537
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553
B The Utilization of Pseudo Firstorder Rate Constants
568
APPENDIX
615
Name Index
807
Subject Index
823
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