Yamamoto


N. Nakashima, N. Yamada, T. Kunitake, J. Umemura, and T. Takenaka, J. Phys. Chem., 90, 3374 (1986).  [c.568]

The real part of n , the dispersive (reactive) part of and the definition of Xy implies a relation between tr yand -/which is known as the Kramers-Kronig relation.  [c.719]

The exact quantum expression for the activated rate constant was first derived by Yamamoto [6]. The resulting quantum reactive flux correlation fiinction expression is given by  [c.891]

Yamamoto T 1960 Quantum statistical mechanical theory of the rate of exchange chemical reactions in the gas phase J. Chem. Phys. 33 281  [c.896]

Yamada S and Israelachvili J N 1998 Friction and adhesion hysteresis of fluorocarbon surfactant monolayer-coated surfaces measured with the surface forces apparatus J. Rhys. Chem. B 102 234-44  [c.1749]

Yamamoto T 1960 Quantum statistical mechanical theory of the rate of exchange chemical reactions in the gas phase J. Chem. Phys. 33 281  [c.2326]

Yahalom, A. 13(26), 28(26), 37 41(12,24,28), 42-43(12), 71(12), 73(12), 80(24), 99(12), 102(12), 104(12), 109(12), 111(12), 117(12), 118(126), 139, 142 200(29-35, 37-38), 202(61), 203(73), 204(34), 206(30-32), 210(30-32), 213(34), 222(29), 229(29), 242(29-32), 248(61), 264(31,33), 271(33), 274-275 359(57), 425 Yamaguchi, M. 455(56), 501 506(9), 555 Yamamoto, N., 406(233), 430 Yamanaka, T 381(171), 429 Yamashita, K., 622(96), 656 Yamazaki, I., 381(171), 429 Yan, E, 210(167), 277 Yang, B., 625(146), 639(146), 657 Yang, C. N. 42(58), 43(76), 93(58), 140 203(66), 209(156), 213(66), 234(156), 250(66), 275, 277 Yang, L 210(167), 277  [c.758]

Maruoka, K. Imoto, H. Yamamoto, H., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1994, 116, 12115  [c.38]

For a review see Yamamoto, Y. Asoa, N. Chem. Rev. 1993, 93, 2207  [c.71]

The effect of ligands on the endo-exo selectivity of Lewis-acid catalysed Diels-Alder reactions has received little attention. Interestingly, Yamamoto et al." reported an aluminium catalyst that produces mainly exo Diels-Alder adduct. The endo-approach of the diene, which is normally preferred, is blocked by a bulky group in the ligand.  [c.91]

Takasu, M. Yamamoto, H. Synlett. 1990, 194  [c.105]

Furuta, K. Maruyama, T. Yamamoto, H. 1991, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 113,1041 see also Synlett 1991, 439, 561  [c.368]

Nakaya, T. Yamada, M. Shibata, K. Imoto, M. Tsuchiya, H. Okuno, M. Nakaya, S. Ohno, S.  [c.375]

A. Yamamoto, Organotransition Metal Chemistry, Academic Press, New York. 1986.  [c.11]

Deasphalting is a liquid-liquid separation operation that extracts the last of the easily convertible hydrocarbons from the vacuum residue. Solvents enipl ec) are light paraffins propane, butane, and pentane. The yimd In deasphalted oil increases with the molecular weight of the solvent, but its quality decreases. 5 uxct  [c.368]

Sekihara, K., H. Kohno, and S. Yamamoto, Theoretical prediction of x-ray CT image quality using contrast-detail diagrams. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1982. NS-29(6) p. 2115-2121.  [c.215]

T. Hayashi, M. Mabuchi, M. Mitsuishi, S. Ito, M. Yamamoto, and W. Knoll, Macromolecules, 28, 2537 (1995).  [c.569]

However, fiirtlier analysis of the linear regression expression in A3.8.1 is required to achieve a iisefid expression for the rate constant both from a computational and a conceptual points of view. Such an expression was first provided by Yamamoto [6], but others have extended, validated, and expounded upon his analysis in considerable detail [7, 8]. The work of Chandler [7] in this regard is followed most closely here in order to demonstrate the places in which condensed phase effects can appear in the theory, and hence in the value of the themial rate constant. The key mathematical step is to differentiate both sides of the linear regression fomuila in (A3.8.1) and tlien carefiilly analyse its expected behaviour for systems having a barrier height of at least several times T. The resulting expression for the classical forward rate constant in temis of the so-called reactive flux time correlation fiinction is given by [6, 7 and 8]  [c.885]

Similar reasoning shows that were one to view along tiieX, Yand Z axes and polarization analyse the signal each time, whether excited by linearly or by naturally polarized light, the total intensity should be given by + 2/. Given eauation (Bl.3.23). if we add its denominator to twice the numerator we find that A  [c.1195]

Evans R, Smith I, Munz W D, Williams K J P and Yanwood J 1996 Raman microscopic studies of ceramic coatings based on titanium aluminum nitride ICORS 96 XVth Int. Conf. on Raman Spectroscopy ed S A Asher and P B Stein (New York Wiley) pp 596-7  [c.1232]

Lovas F J, Suenram R D, Ogata T and Yamamoto S 1992 Miorowave speotra and eleotrio dipole moments for low-J levels of interstellar radioals—SO, CCS, CCCS, o-FI, CFI-CC and o-C,Fi, Astrophys. J. 399 325-9  [c.1260]

Sake Y, Sekihata A, Yanagisawa Y, Yamamoto M, Shimada Y, Ozaki K and Kusumi A 1997 Comparison of two-photon excitation laser scanning microscopy with UV-confocal laser scanning microscopy in three-dimensional calcium imaging using the fluorescence indicator lndo-1 J. MIcrosc. 185 9-20  [c.1674]

Jarvis S P, Yamada H, Yamamoto S-l, Tokumoto H and Pethica J B 1996 Direct mechanical measurement of interatomic potentials Nature 384 247  [c.1724]

Jarvis S P, Durig U, Lantz M A, Yamada H and Tokumoto H 1998 Feedback stabilized force-sensors a gateway to the direct measurement of interaction potentials Appl. Phys. A 66 S211  [c.1724]

Jarvis S P, Yamamoto S-l, Yamada H, Tokumoto H and Pethica J B 1997 Tip-surface interactions studied using a force controlled atomic force microscope in ultrahigh vacuum Appl. Phys. Lett. 70 2238  [c.1724]

Akasaka T, Nagase S, Kobayashi K, Suzuki T, Kato K, Yamamoto K, Funasaka H and Takahashi T 1995 Exohedral derivatization of an endohedral metallofullerene Gd Cg2 J. Chem. See., Chem. Commun. 1343-4  [c.2437]

Liu Y, Shigehara K and Yamada A 1989 Purification of lutetium diphthalocyanine and electrochromism of its Langmuir-Blodgett films Thin Soiid Fiims 179 303-8  [c.2633]

Yamada T, Ogaki K, Okubo S and itaya K 1996 Continuous variation of iodine adiattices on Ag(111) eiectrodes In situ STM and ex situ LEED studies 1996 Surf. Sc/. 369 321-35  [c.2757]

Kolb D M, Kdtz R and Yamamoto K 1979 Copper monolayer formation on platinum single crystal surfaces Optical and  [c.2758]

N. Yamamoto, T. Vreven, M. Robb, M. Frisch, and H. Schlegel, Chem. Phys. Lett. 250, 373 (1996).  [c.325]

G. Chapuis, J.M. Farkas., J.M. P ez-Mato, M. Senechal, W. Steurer, C. Janot, D. Pandey, A. Yamamoto, Acta Crystallogr. 1997, A53, 95-100.  [c.166]

The regioselectivity benefits from the increased polarisation of the alkene moiety, reflected in the increased difference in the orbital coefficients on carbon 1 and 2. The increase in endo-exo selectivity is a result of an increased secondary orbital interaction that can be attributed to the increased orbital coefficient on the carbonyl carbon ". Also increased dipolar interactions, as a result of an increased polarisation, will contribute. Interestingly, Yamamoto has demonstrated that by usirg a very bulky catalyst the endo-pathway can be blocked and an excess of exo product can be obtained The increased di as tereo facial selectivity has been attributed to a more compact transition state for the catalysed reaction as a result of more efficient primary and secondary orbital interactions as well as conformational changes in the complexed dienophile" . Calculations show that, with the polarisation of the dienophile, the extent of asynchronicity in the activated complex increases . Some authors even report a zwitteriorric character of the activated complex of the Lewis-acid catalysed reaction " . Currently, Lewis-acid catalysis of Diels-Alder reactions is everyday practice in synthetic organic chemistry.  [c.12]

Henbest, H. B. Wilson, R. A. L. 1956, J. Chem. Soc. 1956, 3289 Hill, R. K. Joule. J. A. Locnier, L. L. 1962, 1 Am. Chem. Soc. 84, 4951 Hiroi. K- Yamada, S.-I. 1975, Chem. Pharm. Bull. 23, 1103  [c.370]

Martin, J. C. Arharl, R. J. Franz. J. A. Perozzi, E. F. Kaplan, L. J. 1977, Org. Synth. 57, 22 Martin, S. F. Pesai, S. R. Phillips, G. W. Miller, A. C. 1980, J, Am, Chem. Soc. 102, 3294 Martin, V. S. Woodard, S. S. Katsuki, T. Yamada, Y. Ikeda, M. Sharpless, K. B. 1981, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 103, 6237  [c.374]


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