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Solvent Exchange and Complex Formation Reactions of Pd(II) in Aqueous Solution. Mechanistic Information from High Pressure Studies

Hellquist, Björn ; Elding, Lars Ivar LU ; Merbach, Andre E.; Ducommun, Yves; Helm, Lothar and van Eldik, Rudi (1990) In High Pressure Research 1990(5). p.672-674
Abstract (Swedish)
High pressure NMR and stopped-flow techniques have been employed to study a series of water exchange and complex formation reactions of Pd(II) outlined in (1) and (2). The volumes of activation show an interesting correlation with the partial molar volume of the entering ligand and underline the operation of an associative substitution mechanism in all cases.

Abstract
High pressure NMR and stopped-flow techniques have been employed to study a series of water exchange and complex formation reactions of Pd(II) outlined in (1) and (2). The volumes of activation show an interesting correlation with the partial molar volume of the entering ligand and underline the operation of an associative substitution mechanism in all cases.

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Solvent exchange, Complex formatioon, Palladium(II), Volume of activation, Associative reactions, High pressure stopped-flow, High pressure NMR, High Pressure NMR, High pressure stopped-Flow, Activation volume, Reaction mechanism, Associative mechanism
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High Pressure Research
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1990
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5
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672 - 674
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Taylor & Francis
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1477-2299
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10.1080/08957959008246223
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  number       = {5},
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  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis},
  series       = {High Pressure Research},
  title        = {Solvent Exchange and Complex Formation Reactions of Pd(II) in Aqueous Solution. Mechanistic Information from High Pressure Studies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08957959008246223},
  volume       = {1990},
  year         = {1990},
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