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6 edition of Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds found in the catalog.

# Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds

## by Yu-Ran Luo

Written in English

Subjects:
• Organic Chemistry,
• Organic compounds,
• Science,
• Medical,
• Chemistry - Organic,
• Science / Chemistry / Organic,
• Dissociation,
• Chemical bonds,
• Handbooks, manuals, etc

• The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages392
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8259193M
ISBN 100849315891
ISBN 109780849315893

Handbook of Antioxidants: Bond Dissociation Energies, Rate Constants, Activation Energies, and Enthalpies of Reactions, Second Edition - CRC Press Book Designed for scientists and engineers involved in the chemistry and technology of antioxidants, the Second Edition of this popular handbook continues to provide comprehensive data on the. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics A Ready-Reference Book of Chemical and Physical Data Dissociation Constants of Inorganic Acids and Bases Bond Lengths in Crystalline Organic Compounds Bond Lengths in Organometallic Compounds

The necessary bond energies are given in Table , and it is important to notice that they apply only to complete dissociation of gaseous substances to gaseous atoms at $$25^\text{o}C$$. Also, they do not apply, without suitable corrections, to many compounds, such as benzene, that have more than one double bond. The CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (HBCP) contains over tables in over documents which may be divided into several pages, all categorised into 17 major subject areas. The search on this page works by searching the content of each page individually, much like any web search.

Properties of Chemicals and Materials Absorptance Dissociation Constant Search this Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds. QDL86 (Reference) Handbook of the Thermodynamics of Organic Compounds. QDS (Reference) Industrial Solvents Handbook. Also: TPC44 (Reference) Author: Teri Vogel. Thus the bond energy of a C–H single bond is not the same in all organic compounds. For example, the energy required to break a C–H bond in methane varies by as much as 25% depending on how many other bonds in the molecule have already been broken (Table $$\PageIndex{2}$$); that is, the C–H bond energy depends on its molecular environment.

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### Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds by Yu-Ran Luo Download PDF EPUB FB2

With data on almost bonds in organic compounds, the Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds is the first comprehensive collection of experimental BDE data. Author Dr. Yu-Ran Luo has spent more than 10 years collecting, assessing, and tabulating BDE experiment results and presents them here in a well-organized, easy-to-use series of by: With data on almost bonds in organic compounds, the Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds is the first comprehensive collection of experimental BDE data.

Author Dr. Yu-Ran Luo has spent more than 10 years collecting, assessing, and tabulating BDE experiment results and presents them here in a well-organized, easy-to-use series of tables. Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds By Yu-Ran Luo (University of South Florida, St.

Petersburg). CRC Press LLC: Boca Raton. xii. Bond dissociation energies (BDE) are needed for research work in chemical kinetics, physical organic chemistry, organic thermochemistry, and free radical chemistry. Some possible areas of interest to our readers would include breakdown or plasma processing of organic solids, liquids, and gases; plasma chemistry of thin films; CVD; and plasma kinetics in switching by: 1.

Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds. DOI link for Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds.

Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds book. Handbook of bond dissociation energies in organic compounds [Book Review] Shea, J.J. Details; Contributors; Fields of science; Bibliography; Quotations; Similar; Collections; Source.

IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine > > 20 > 5 > Identifiers. journal ISSN: Cited by: 1. With data on almost bonds in organic compounds, the Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds is the first comprehensive collection of experimental BDE data.

Bond-dissociation enthalpies in the gas phase and in organic solvents: Making ends meet. Solvent effects are responsible for the difference between gas- and solution-phase bond-dissociation.

Understanding the energy it takes to build or break chemical bonds is essential for scientists and engineers in a wide range of innovative fields, including catalysis, nanomaterials, bioengineering, environmental chemistry, and space science.

Reflecting the frequent additions and updates of bond dissociation energy (BDE) data throughout the literat. Handbook of bond dissociation energies in organic compounds.

Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Yu-Ran Luo. A 2 ^03 jofStandards NATL 'VmmiiiSnSKBSllM^^'Wr 0 ' All QcToO S UVC.1NBS-PUB-C NSRDS-NBS31 BondDissociationEnergies InSimpleMolecules MENTOFCOMMERCE NATIONALBUREAUOFSTANDARDS NSRDSFile Size: 3MB.

In this Account we have compiled a list of reliable bond energies that are based on a set of critically evaluated experiments. A brief description of the three most important experimental techniques for measuring bond energies is provided.

We demonstrate how these experimental data can be applied to yield the heats of formation of organic radicals and the bond enthalpies of more than New version of: Handbook of bond dissociation energies in organic compounds. Description: pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Ch.

Introduction --Ch. Experimental methods for measuring BDEs --Ch. BDEs of C-H bonds --Ch. BDEs of C-C bonds --Ch. BDEs of C-halogen bonds --Ch.

BDEs of O-X bonds --Ch. BDEs of N-X bonds. Reflecting the frequent additions and updates of bond dissociation energy (BDE) data all via the literature, the Comprehensive Handbook of Chemical Bond Energies compiles the most recent experimental BDE data for higher t bonds of elements.

In order to test whether the non-local BLYP method suggested by Ref. [Y.R. Luo, Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds, CRC Press, Boca Raton, ] is general for our study and whether B3PW91 method is sensitive to the basis set, the BDEs for 12 pyridine N-oxides compounds are also calculated by using BLYP/+G ∗ and.

Handbook of Antioxidants Bond Dissociation Energies, Rate Constants, Activation Energies, and Enthalpies of Reactions, Second Edition The latest data on O-H bond dissociation energies of phenols and the new scale these values; Kinetics of Chain Oxidation of Organic Compounds.

It is shown that the very large variations in the C H and C C homolytic bond-dissociation energies for a large variety of organic compounds can be rationalized in terms of the stabilization energies of these species and their corresponding radical(s). In most cases, these stabilization energies can be explained completely by the electronic Cited by: Handbook of bond dissociation energies in organic compounds.

Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Yu-Ran Luo.

Bond dissociation energies Yu-ran Luo The bond dissociation energy (enthalpy) is also referred to as bond disruption energy, bond energy, bond strength, or binding energy (abbreviation: BDE, BE, or D). It is defined as the standard enthalpy change of the following fission: R−X → R + X.

The BDE,File Size: 1MB. With data on almost bonds in organic compounds, the "Handbook of Bond Dissociation Energies in Organic Compounds" is the first comprehensive collection of experimental BDE Dr. Yu-Ran Luo has spent more than 10 years collecting, assessing, and tabulating BDE experiment results and presents them here in a well-organized, easy-to-use series of tables.

For example, the H – H bond is stronger than the Cl – Cl bond because its bond dissociation energy is higher [Table: kJ/mol (H 2) versus kJ/mol (Cl 2)].

** The data in Table (1) demonstrate that bond dissociation energies decrease down a column of the periodic table as the valence electrons used in bonding are farther from the nucleus.Luo Y.-R.

Handbook of bond dissociation energies in organic compounds / Luo Y.-R. - Boca Raton: CRC Press, - p. - ISBN Bond Breakage/Formation. Bond dissociation energy (or enthalpy) is a state function and consequently does not depend on the path by which it occurs.

Therefore, the specific mechanism in how a bond breaks or is formed does not affect the BDE. Bond dissociation energies are useful in assessing the energetics of chemical processes.