Chemical Kinetics: Half-life, Activation Energy, Arrhenius Equation, Catalysis, Chain Reaction, Reaction Rate, Kinetic Isotope Effect, Transition State Theory, Transient Kinetic Isotope Fractionation, Rate Equation, Michaelis-Menten Kinetics
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 79. Chapters: Half-life, Activation energy, Arrhenius equation, Catalysis, Chain reaction, Reaction rate, Kinetic isotope effect, Transition state theory, Transient kinetic isotope fractionation, Rate equation, Michaelis-Menten kinetics, Law of mass action, Autocatalytic reaction, Ribozyme, Gillespie algorithm, Collision theory, System size expansion, Steady state, Radical clock, Elasticity Coefficient, More O'Ferrall-Jencks plot, Reactions on surfaces, Phase Boundary Catalysis, Surface-area-to-volume ratio, Iodine clock reaction, Pressure jump, Chemical clock, Reaction mechanism, Hammond's postulate, Eyring equation, Reaction intermediate, Neighbouring group participation, Order of reaction, Goldbeter-Koshland kinetics, Multi-component reaction, Receptor-ligand kinetics, Acid catalysis, Harpoon reaction, Curtin-Hammett principle, Kintech Lab, Turnover number, Chemical WorkBench, Autochem, Inelastic scattering, Rate-determining step, Kinetic capillary electrophoresis, Khimera, Temperature jump, Reaction rate constant, Non-thermal microwave effect, Eurokin, Molecularity, Activated complex, Stern-Volmer relationship, Elementary reaction, Thorpe-Ingold effect, CHEMKIN, Induction period, Kinetic PreProcessor, Br nsted catalysis equation, Catalycity, Arrhenius plot, COSILAB, Stabilizer, RRKM theory, Steric factor, Stepwise reaction, Stopped flow, Enzymatic strategies, Abundance, Swain equation, Q10, Biochemical cascade, Cantera, Pre-exponential factor, Variational Transition State Theory, Entropy of activation, Collision frequency, Reaction step, Cryptoregiochemistry, Dynamic stereochemistry, Mass averaged velocity, Reaction half life. Excerpt: Catalysis is the change in rate of a chemical reaction due to the participation of a substance called a catalyst. Unlike other reagents that participate in the chemical reaction, a catalyst is ...
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