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Appendices

  1. E. C. M. Chen and
  2. E. S. D. Chen

Published Online: 19 APR 2004

DOI: 10.1002/0471659894.app1

The Electron Capture Detector and the Study of Reactions with Thermal Electrons

The Electron Capture Detector and the Study of Reactions with Thermal Electrons

How to Cite

Chen, E. C. M. and Chen, E. S. D. (2004) Appendices, in The Electron Capture Detector and the Study of Reactions with Thermal Electrons, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. doi: 10.1002/0471659894.app1

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 19 APR 2004
  2. Published Print: 16 APR 2004

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9780471326229

Online ISBN: 9780471659891

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Keywords:

  • electron affinity;
  • gas phase acidities;
  • evaluated values;
  • precision;
  • least squares;
  • combined data;
  • DNA;
  • charge transfer complex acceptors;
  • aromatic hydrocarbons;
  • nitro compounds

Summary

In Appendix I, the definitions symbols, acronyms and nomenclature are summarized. Appendix II presents the number, names, and the adiabatic electron affinities of the Bergman Dewar set, the adiabatic electron affinities, gas phase acidities and names of the DNA and RNA bases and structures of charge transfer complex acceptors. Appendix III is a discussion of the general least squares procedure. The normal least squares solution is compared to the general least squares solutions. An example of combining data and their uncertainties from a specific experiment in the general least squares solution is given. The tables in Appendix IV summarize the evaluated values of the electron affinities given in this book. The electron affinities of the atoms and homonuclear diatomic molecules, hydrocarbons and halogenated hydrocarbons are given in Tables A2.1 to A2.4. In Tables A3.1 to 5.2 are the electron affinities of the CHN, CHNX, CHO, CHOX, and CHONX compounds. In Table A6.1, the names and electron affinities of the Bergman Dewar hydrocarbon set are given. The gas phase electron affinities that are significantly different form the NIST values are tabulated in Table A6.2. In Tables 6.3–6.7 are electron affinities not in NIST.