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By Charles D. Jonah (auth.), Michel Moreau, Pierre Turq (eds.)

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Understanding chemical reactivity has been the everlasting obstacle of chemists from time immemorial. If we have been in a position to realize it and exhibit it quantitatively there could essentially stay no unsolved secret, and reactions will be totally predictable, with their items and premiums or even part reactions. the gorgeous advancements of thermodynamics throughout the nineteenth century provided us with the data of how a reactions progresses, and the statistical view initiated by means of Gibbs has gradually resulted in an unders­ tanding towards the microscopic phenomena. yet is used to be continually obvious to all that those advances nonetheless left our knowing of chemical reactivity a ways at the back of our empirical wisdom of the chemical response in its virtually endless type. The advances of modern years in quantum chemistry and statistical mechanics, stronger by means of the current availability of strong and quick compu­ ters, are very speedy altering this photograph, and bringing us fairly just about a microscopic realizing of chemical equilibria, response premiums, etc.... this is why why our Society inspired many years in the past the initiative of Professor Savo Bratos who, with a bunch of French colleagues, ready a magnificent learn on "Reactivite chimique en part liquide", a potential file which used to be together released by way of the Societe Fran

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4. Kinetical model of electron trapping and solvation. 24 5. 45M) have permit to study the process of electron solvation in aqueous concentrated ionic solutions. The exci ted state of ferrocyanide in water can be produced by femtosecond UV pulses and may dissociate in a thermally activated process to yield a solvated electron according to the following equation: * 4 To 3[Fe(CN 6 )] - ~ [Fe(CN 6 )] - + e qf e (II) (12) pre sol This photochemical process competes with a reversible photoaquation reaction leading to the formation of a pentacyanoaquo complex.

12. Phys. 23 : 2376 (1955). 13. , 1 : 97 (1959). 14. , Faraday Trans II, 83 : (1987). 15. Lascombe (to be published). 16. , Elsevier, Amsterdam (1977). 17. l : Fundamentals,Clarendon Press, Oxford (1984). 18. O. I. ,Plenum Press, New-York (1985). 19. Zeegers-Huyskens, Spectrochimica Acta 37A : 699 (1981). 20. Lascombe (to be published). Phys. 22 33 (1971). , 86 : 6665 (1987). 52 DISCUSSION KAPRAL model? 1°) What experimental evidence justifies the use of the two-state 2°) The analysis of the low frequency part of the spectrum assumes that the translational and rotational modes are decoupled.

E. on the "life time" of the complex. The time scale is about 10 picosecondes for a two-body dynamics and is shorter, as expected, about 2 picosecondes for a more collective dynamics involving three-bodies. RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY Theoretical background Several recent approaches, including Bloch optical equations and Mori -Zwanzig formalism, have been proposed to derive equations for the vibrational spectra of reacting molecules 6,7 We briefly summarize here the basic assumptions and the final results of one of these theories which is more rigorous and is concentrated on the analysis of isotropic Raman profiles of such fluids 7 Let us picture the reaction between iodine and benzene immersed in an "inert" solvent like n-heptane as : 12 + Bz "free" * Bz "bound" where the iodine molecule can exist in two states, namely the "free" (site 1) and the "bound" one (site 2) • Making use also of the following assumptions : i) The iodine molecules perform random jumps among these two sites, the exchange process being a dichotomic Markovian one.

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