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Prigogine I. — Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 2
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Название: Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 2

Автор: Prigogine I.

Аннотация:

In the last decades, Chemical Physics has attracted an ever increasing amount of interest. The variety of problems, such as those of chemical kinetics, molecular physics, molecular spectros-copy, transport processes, thermodynamics, the study of the state of matter, and the variety of experimental methods used, makes the great development of this field understandable. But the consequence of this breadth of subject matter has been the scattering of the relevant literature in a great number of publications.


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Год издания: 1959

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$cis$ configuration      158
$\alpha$-brasses, electronic specific heat of      131
$\alpha$-hydroquinone, $+$ gas clathrate      36
$\alpha$-hydroquinone, in clathrate compounds      37 41
$\beta$-hydroquinone, clathrate compounds of      2 6
$\beta$-hydroquinone, clathrate compounds with molecular oxygen      25
$\beta$-hydroquinone, hydrogen bounds      2
$\beta$-hydroquinone, lattice      29
$\ddot{O}$lander, A.      91 92 117 125 (ref. 145
$\emph{m}$-dinitrobenzene ethylene system      102
$\emph{n}$-butane $+$ mercury system      103
$\emph{o}$-iodophenol, quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-bromochlorobenzene-ethylene system      102
$\emph{p}$-dibromobenzene ($\emph{p}$ - C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$${}^{79}$Br), ethylene system      102
$\emph{p}$-dibromobenzene ($\emph{p}$ - C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$${}^{79}$Br), quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-dibromophenyl ($\emph{p}$-(C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$)${}_{2}$${}^{79}$Br${}_{2}$), quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-dibromophenyl ($\emph{p}$-(C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$)${}_{2}$${}^{79}$Br${}_{2}$), quadrupole spectrum, radiation resistance of      200
$\emph{p}$-dichlorobenzene ($\emph{p}$ - C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$ ${}^{35}$Cl), quadrupole resonance      193
$\emph{p}$-dichlorobenzene ($\emph{p}$ - C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$ ${}^{35}$Cl), quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-diiodobenzene (C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$ ${}^{127}$ I${}_{2}$), influence of radiation on      198
$\emph{p}$-diiodobenzene (C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$ ${}^{127}$ I${}_{2}$), quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-diiodobenzene (C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$ ${}^{127}$ I${}_{2}$), radiation resistance of      198 200
$\emph{p}$-iodochlorobenzene-ethy lene system      102 103
$\emph{p}$-iodophenol ($\emph{p}$- C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$I(OH)), influence of radiation on      198
$\emph{p}$-iodophenol ($\emph{p}$- C${}_{6}$H${}_{4}$I(OH)), quadrupole spectrum      195
$\emph{p}$-tetra chlorohydroquinone, influence of radiation on      198
$\gamma$-hexachlorocyclohexane (C${}_{6}$H${}_{6}^{35}$Cl${}_{6}$) crystal, cryoscopic measurements      193
$\pi$ transitions      199
$\pi$-$\pi$ transitions      201
Abkin, A.      151 (ref. 185
Absolute activity      12 13
Absolute intensity      192
Acetaldehyde barrier height of internal rotation      378 382 383 388
Acetonitrile clathrate in hydroquinone      7 11
Acetonitrile, in clathrate      20
Acetyl fluoride height of internal rotation      383
Acetylene hydrate thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Acetylene, clathrate in hydroquinone      7
Acrylamides, polymerization of      181
Acrylonitrile      155
Activity coefficients      125
Activity coefficients of copper-gold (Cu${}_{75}$Au${}_{25}$, Cu${}_{5}$Au${}_{5}$) alloys      125
Addition polymerization      148
Air $+$ carbon dioxide      96 107 111
Air $+$ ice system      98
Air second virial coefficient      111
Alexander, P.      197 (ref. 205
Alkali metals, electronic correlation energy      252
Aluminum (Al${}^{3+}$) electronic correlation energy      240
Amino acid $N$-carboxyanhydride      170
Ammonia, clathrates      5
Ammonia, superposition of configurations      296
Anderson, A. R.      35 57
Andrew, S. P. S.      112 115
Anionic polymerization      176 177 181
Anisotropic interaction      33
anthracene      102 153
Antiferromagnetism      313
Antisymmetrical wave functions      260 261
Appel, K.      237 (ref. 322
Arai      235 259
Argon polarizability, magnetic susceptibility and ionization energy      71
Argon polarizability, magnetic susceptibility and ionization energy, potential energy      71
Argon, clathrate      20 21 30 37 41
Argon, hydrate      28 31 32
Argon, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Argon, hydrate, vapor pressure      31
Aromatic compound      200
Assayag, P.      129 144
Aston, J. G.      370 371
Atack, D.      103 115
Atoji      73 82
Atom-size effect      141
Attractive intermolecular forces      60
Average potential model      134
Averbach, B. L.      120 (refs. 2 10) 133 58) 144 146
Axilrod      60 82
Axon, H. J.      141 (ref. 144
Baber, T. D. II.      302
Bade, W. L.      60 83
Bahr, K.      151 (ref. 186
Bain, E. C.      123 (ref. 144
Balescu, R.      73 82
Bamford      174 185
band theory      248
Banerjee, S.      200 (ref. 205
Banks, W. P.      9 55
Barrer, R.      15 18 22 23 28 32 55
Barrier forces of internal rotation      381 383 388 391
Barrier values of internal rotation      381
Bartlett, J, H., Jr      297-299
Bawn, C. E.      156 185
Beach, J. Y.      275 (ref. 282 (ref. 322
Beaman, R. G.      155 (ref. 185
Beattie, J. A.      104 115
Beenakker, J. J.      107-109 117
Bellemans, A.      130 (ref. 136 (ref. 146
Benson, S. W.      114 (ref. 115
Benzene photochemical studies      200
Beredjick, N.      169 185
Berg, K. van der      90 (ref. 116
Bergeon, R.      106 117
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation      324
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation, ion (Be${}^{2+}$)      299
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation, ion (Be${}^{2+}$), electron correlation in      324
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation, ion (Be${}^{2+}$), electronic correlation energy      249
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation, ion (Be${}^{2+}$), ground state energy of      302 312
Beryllium, hydride ion (BeH${}^{+}$) electron correlation, ion (Be${}^{3+}$), electronic correlation energy      249
Bethe - Guggenheim pair distribution approximation      122
Bethe Salpeter's Hamiltonian operator      240
Bethe, H. A.      239 319
Bever, M. B.      121 (ref. 146
Bhatt, L. H.      109 118
Bidwell, R.      86 115
Bifunctional monomeric unit      149
Bifunctional polymer      178
Binding mechanism      3
Bird, R. B.      29 56 60 (ref. 70 71 82 106 (ref. 108 116
Bismuth, excess entropy of solution of noble metals in liquid bismuth      133
Bismuth-cadmium alloy (Bi${}_{5}$Cd${}_{5}$), calculation of thermodynamic quantities      136
Blankenship, F. F.      9 55
Block polymers      181
Bloembergen, N.      194 205
Blout, E. R.      171 185
Boardman, O. E.      108 110-112 115
Boerboom, A. J. H.      107 108 110 111 116
Bohm, D.      259
Bond energies in the halogens      61
Booth, H. S.      86 115
Born      60 82
Boron ${}^{10}B$, resonance for the nucleus of      204
Boron fluoride as initiator in polymerization      156
Bouby, L.      197 (ref. 205
Boudreau, R. J.      150 (ref. 186
Boyd, C. A.      110-112 115
Boys, S. F.      257 276 296
Braune, H.      98 115
Braunstein, J.      303 304
Breslow, D. S.      181 (ref. 185
Brickstock, A.      306
Brillouin's theorem      284
Brillouin, L.      283
Brody, H.      177 (ref. 178 (ref. 185
Bromine, hydrate      3 22 43 47
Bromine, hydrate, London energies      78
Bromine, hydrate, molecule hydrate      10
Bromine, hydrate, molecule hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      71
Bromine, hydrate, molecule, intramolecular London energies      78
Bromoethane, barrier height of internal rotation      382
Bromoethane, barrier height of internal rotation, hydrate      10
Bromoethane, barrier height of internal rotation, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice energy      8
Brown, J. F.      163 (ref. 185
Brown, W. B.      183 185
Brownscombe, E. R.      8 41 (ref. 56
Brueckner's approximation      207 273 318 319 323
Brueckner, K. A.      319
Buckingham, R. A.      61 63 64 69 82
Buehler, R. J.      28 (ref. 57
Burkhard, D. G.      378 (ref. 392
Burton      199 200 (ref. 205
Butadiene polymerization      160
Bywater, S.      182 185
Cadmium-lead alloy (Cd${}_{5}$Pb${}_{5}$), calculation of thermodynamicquantities      136
Cadmium-magnesium alloy (Cd${}_{5}$Mg${}_{5}$), calculation of thermodynamic quantities      136 142
Cadmium-tin alloy (Cd${}_{5}$Sn${}_{5}$), calculation of thermodynamic quantities      136
Carbanion      180
Carbon bound      367
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone      7 11
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$ $\emph{m}$-nitrobenzene system      101
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$ $\emph{o}$-nitrochlorobenzene system      101
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$ $\emph{p}$-toluidine      101
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$ 3, 4 xylidine system      101
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$ iodine system      98
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, $+$+ $\emph{o}$-nitrophenol      101
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, as a “hilfsgas”      18
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, hydrate      3
Carbon dioxide, clathrate in hydroquinone, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Carbon oxide, as radiation source      192
Carbon oxide, as radiation source, gamma rays      203
Carbon tetrachloride-hydrogen sulfide-water ternary system      49 51 52
Carboniuin ion polymerization      158
Carboxylic groups initiator      174
Carmichael, L.      9 42 50 (ref. 57
Carson, D. B.      48 54 55 57
Catalano, E.      61 74 75 82
Catalyst clathrates equilibrium      35
Catterall, J. A.      121 (ref. 132 (ref. 136 (ref. 142 (ref. 144 (ref. 145
Cell partition function, in calculation of thermodynamic quantities of clathrates      26
Cell partition function, in calculation of thermodynamic quantities of clathrates, in calculation of thermodynamic quantities of metallic solutions      135
Cellular method      226 237 252
Ch'en, S. - Y.      114 115 115
Chandrasekar, S.      297 312
Chapiro, A.      197 (ref. 205
Characteristic length and energy      135
Charlesby, A.      197 (ref. 205
Chemical potential of hydrate lattice      22
Cherry, I. J.      297
Chlorine, frequency      189
Chlorine, frequency, hydrate      3
Chlorine, frequency, hydrate, crystal structure of      4
Chlorine, frequency, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Chlorine, frequency, London energy      78
Chlorine, frequency, molecule, intramolecular London energy      78
Chlorine, frequency, molecule, intramolecular London energy, magnetic susceptibility of      70
Chlorine, frequency, molecule, intramolecular London energy, polarizability, magnetic susceptibility and ionization energy      71
Chlorine, frequency, polarizability, potential energy      71
Chlorine, frequency, resonance line      190
Chloroethane, barrier height of internal rotation      382
Chloroethane, barrier height of internal rotation, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Chloroform, hydrate      3 51
Chloroform, hydrate, hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Chloroform, hydrate, hydrogen sulfide-water ternary system      49 50
Chloromethane hydrate      50
Chloromethane hydrate, thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Chroman complex      4
Clapeyron's equation      23 43
Clathrate compounds      2 4 14
Clathrate compounds, heterogeneous equilibria      5
Clathrate compounds, hydroquinone      38
Clathrate compounds, ideally dilute solutions      17
Clathrate compounds, of hydrogen chlorine      4
Clathrate compounds, solutions      36
Clathrate compounds, stability conditions      5
Claussen, W. F.      4 10 (ref. 55
Cobalt platinum, alloy      128
Cobalt platinum, alloy, enthalpy of formation      144
Cobalt platinum, solid solution      125
Cobalt platinum, solutions      132
Cohen      126 (ref. 133 144 58) 144
Collision diameter      106
Compromise Hartree - Fock function      245
Configurational energy for clathrates      12
Configurations, superposition of      258
Conformal solution theory      137
Coolidge, A. S.      241 251 297 299 304 322
Coordination polymerization      148 162 170
Copeland, C. S.      114 (ref. 115
Copolymerization      168 171
Copper zinc, alloy      129
Copper zinc, solutions      132
Copper, partial molar heat of solution in tin      134
Copper-gold, solid solution (CuAu${}_3$)      129
Copper-gold, solid solution (CuAu${}_3$), system      123
Copper-platinum, alloy      128
Copper-platinum, solutions      132
Copper-platinum, superlattice, long range order of      128
Corioles forces      380
Correlated orbitals for different electrons      323
Correlated wave functions      207 223 250 251 257 297
Correlated wave functions, correlation effect in      251
Correlated wave functions, correlation effect in, cancellation of      246
Correlation energy      211 233-236 239 246 254 255 285
Correlation error      224 231-233 242
Correlation factor      257 300 302 303 305 306 311 318
Corte, H.      108 110 111 (ref. 112 117
Cottrell, T. L.      110 111 115
Coulomb, correlation      216 231 232 253
Coulomb, hole      216 218 224 232 305
Coulomb, integral      384 389
Coulson, C. A.      76 82 227 239 241 245 (ref. 257 321
covalent bond      258
Cowley, J.      125 (ref. 127 (ref. 128 144
Craig, D. P.      310
Craig, R. S.      128 (ref. 144
Cramer, F.      5 (refs. 7 8) 55
Critical point, of carbon dioxide      97
Critical point, of the pure substance      96
Critical temperature, for disordering of a superlattice      129
Critical temperature, of air      96
Critical temperature, of ethane      100
Curl, R. F., Jr      371
Curtiss, C. F.      28 (ref. 29 56 57 60 (ref. 70 71 82 106 (ref. 108 116
Cyclic silicones      155
Cyclic silicones, 1-cyclo-hexyl 2,2 didecyl ethane-ethane system      103
Cyclic silicones, monomers      180
Dahler, J. S.      60 82
Dailey, B.      1 188 (ref. 206 377 (ref. 393
Danti, A.      382 (ref. 392
Daudel, R.      258
Dautreppe, D.      191 (refs. 14 15)
Davies, P. L.      76 82
Davydov, A. S.      61 82
Dchmelt, H. G.      188 (ref. 205
Dead polymer      173
Dean, C.      192 (ref. 205
Dean, L. B.      389 (ref. 392
Deaton, W.      9
Delocalization of electrons      200
Denbigh, K. G.      80 82
Dennison, D.      370 378 (ref. 381 (ref. 392
Density matrices      207 214 227 231 308 309 314 320 323
Density matrices, variation      319
Depircux, J.      191 (ref. 193 (ref. 194 195 13 20) 196 197 201 (ref. 202 (ref. 205
DeSorbo, W.      132 144
Devonshire, A. F.      24 25 28 (ref. 50
Diamagnetic susceptibility of a spherically symmetrical system      68
Dianin, A. P.      4 55
Dichloroethane dipole moment      372
Dichloromethane thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
Dichloromonofluoromethane thermodynamic data and lattice constants      8
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