By J. Ulstrup

Molecules in liquid and sturdy media are uncovered to robust inter­ motion forces from the encompassing medium. The formula of a complete idea of chemical techniques in condensed media is as a result an difficult job related to innovations from a number of components of the normal sciences. in the las~ and a part a long time very outstanding effects in the direction of the formula of a 'unified' quantum mechanical idea of such strategies have actually been accomplished, and by way of the range of actual, chemical, and organic methods which are definitely lined by way of this framework, the hot conception represents an sufficient replacement to the transition nation thought. the current paintings has a two-fold goal. first of all, to supply a fairly geared up exposition of a few easy facets of those advancements. This half emphasizes the elemental similarities among chemical and other forms of radiationless tactics and comprises the derivation of crucial cost expressions with no resorting to concerned mathematical ideas. The s- ond significant goal is to demonstrate the 'unified' personality of the speed conception via research of a large amount of expe- psychological information from either 'conventional' kinetics and from such untraditional components as low-temperature, strongly exothermic, and organic strategies. specific recognition is right here given to these structures for which a classical description is insufficient, and which offer a diagnostic contrast among a number of replacement theoretical approaches.

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Have provided very good parameters in a number agreement with the theory Before we consider this we should, however, notice 27 that the following features of trictions on the theory impose the applicability to less serious res- 'conventional' systems such as strongly exothermic or low-temperature processes: (1) Although sense that the theory refers the electron to adiabatic processes transfer probability -+ in the is unity at the polarization P*, no explicit account of the adiabaticity effects on the activation energy is given.

Ferent effects: Physically this is due to several dif- 58 (a) In regions of the medium sufficiently remote from the ions (or the surface) the electrostatic field from the latter induces a finite average polarization. rientation of the med~um ture. This is associated with the reo- the oligomeric clusters and does not cause of solvent molecules in major changes in the local strucsuch as £(~-~', The appropriate medium properties t-t') are therefore not disturbed significantly by this effect. (b) On the other hand, depend strongly close to the ions the structural effects on their charge density.

9c) where the integration with respect to 1 is extended to the whole ..... - ..... volume V of the medium. The dependence of P, D, and G on is thus expressed equally well by referred to as their I' and t their dependence on k and W , and for this reason the dependence wis -+ ..... of these quantities on k and space and time dispersion, respec- tively. ) ) At this point, before a formal derivation of the medium Hamiltonian by means of the lineal' response formalism it is appropriate to consider in qualitative terms the physical the dependence of the permittivity on bles wand the following express the -+ k.

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