Chemical Kinetics

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1987 - Science - 531 pages
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Basic concepts of both experimental and theoretical chemical kinetics are concisely explained for those seeking a general knowledge of the subject from this well-known text, now being totally revised and updated. In addition, the book is an invaluable starting point for those embarking on research in kinetics and physical chemistry. Extensive chapter bibliographies point the way toward more detailed accounts or specialized aspects. Historical background included in both chapter introductions and biographical sketches of important researches in chemical kinetics. An invaluable starting point for those embarking on research in kinetics and physical chemistry. Extensive chapter bibliographies point the way toward more detailed accounts or specialized aspects. Historical background included in both chapter introductions and biographical sketches of important researchers in chemical kinetics.

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Chapter 2
18
Chapter 6
42
Chapter 3
53
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Keith Laidler is Professor Emeritus of Chemistry at the University of Ottawa. He is the author of the award-winning The World of Physical Chemistry (OUP, 1993).

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