Mechanisms of Covalent Bond Heterolysis: Novel Methods of Investigations, New Facts, and New Interpretations

G.F. Dvorko
M.E. Ponomarev
E.A. Ponomareva
National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013000



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This method allows to monitor the rates of heterolysis for substrates with1/2 up to 200 years during several hours and to obtain data unattainable for other methods. It is shown that Winstein’s scheme of heterolysis mechanism is based on misinterpretations of special salt effect and mass law effect, as well as of effect of solvent nucleophilicity on the rates of heterolysis. Novel interpretation of heterolysis mechanism is proposed on the basis of Winstein’s scheme. This book discusses the critical analysis of Winstein’s scheme of heterolysis using to-day data and modernization of the scheme for elimination of accumulated contradictions. (Imprint: Novinka)




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