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F. W. LAMPE, J. L. FRANKLIN and F. H. FIELD, Progress in Reaction Kinetics (Edited by PORTER), Pergamon Press, London, 1961. 42 KINETICS OF INORGANIC REACTIONS ESR and NMR spectroscopy Electron-spin resonance is a phenomenon observed when magnetic fields are applied to metal ions or free-radicals possessing unpaired electrons. Information regarding the spacial distribution of such electrons can be obtained if they move in the vicinity of an atom or atoms with nuclear spins, since the resonance spectrum then has a fine structure which is characteristic ofthat system.

EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES 29 to the reaction vessel, and the height of the solution is measured using a travelling microscope. These and viscosity measurements, using standard viscometers, are particularly useful for reactions involving polymerization. Thermal conductivity measurements have been used to follow the progress of hydrogen reactions and D 2 + H 2 -> 2HD, para-H 2 -> ortho-H 2 . The method is dependent on such molecules having different conductivities, thus H 2 is some 6% more effective than D 2 in conducting heat.

Soc. 74, 375 (1952). 4. W. MACF. SMITH, Proc. Chem. Soc. 207 (1957). g. Co(en)2 C1J + H 2 0 - Co(en)2 C1(H 2 0) 2 + + Cl", the conductivity of the solution changes as the reaction proceeds. These can therefore be followed by measuring changes in resistivity of the reaction solution, since the latter is determined by ionic conductances. Rates can also be determined by recording pH changes. An accurate pH-meter reading to 0-002 of a pH unit has been used to follow the reaction Co(NH 3 ) 5 CO^ + H 3 0 + - Co(NH 3 ) 5 H 2 0 + HCOJ, the pH changing by 015 units, in a typical experiment.

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