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About the Data Compilations

Compilation of data has emphasized the collection and review of reaction rate and associated property data for transient radicals, radical ions and excited states in solution. These data largely result from the techniques of pulse radiolysis and flash photolysis and related methods which have produced a large body of information on short-lived transients

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A searchable kinetics database is currently available on the NIST website.

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Published compilations are contained in the documents listed below

Rate constants for reactions of aliphatic carbon-centered radicals in aqueous solution
Neta P.; Grodkowski J.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1996, 25, 709-1050.

Critical-Review of Rate Constants for Reactions of Transients from Metal-Ions and Metal-Complexes in Aqueous-Solution.
Buxton G.V.; Mulazzani Q.G.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1995, 24, 1055-349.

Rate Constants for the Decay and Reactions of the Lowest Electronically Excited Singlet-State of Molecular Oxygen in Solution - an Expanded and Revised Compilation.
Wilkinson F.; Helman W.P.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1995, 24, 663-1021.

Quantum Yields for the Photosensitized Formation of the Lowest Electronically Excited Singlet-State of Molecular Oxygen in Solution.
Wilkinson F.; Helman W.P.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1993, 22, 113-262.

Rate Constants for Reactions of Peroxyl Radicals in Fluid Solutions.
Neta P.; Huie R.E.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1990, 19, 413-513.

Reduction Potentials of One-Electron Couples Involving Free Radicals in Aqueous Solution.
Wardman P.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1989, 18, 1637-755.

Rate Constants for the Quenching of Excited-States of Metal-Complexes in Fluid Solution.
Hoffman M.Z.; Bolletta F.; Moggi L.; Hug G.L.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1989, 18, 219-544.

Rate Constants for Reactions of Inorganic Radicals in Aqueous-Solution
Neta P.; Huie R.E.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1988, 17, 1027-284.

Critical-Review of Rate Constants for Reactions of Hydrated Electrons, Hydrogen-Atoms and Hydroxyl Radicals (OH/O) in Aqueous-Solution
Buxton G.V.; Greenstock C.L.; Helman W.P.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1988, 17, 513-886.

Triplet-Triplet Absorption Spectra of Organic Molecules in Condensed Phases
Carmichael I.; Hug G.L.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1986, 15, 1-250.

Rate Constants for Reactions of Radiation-Produced Transients in Aqueous Solutions of Actinides
Gordon S.; Sullivan J.C.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1986, 15, 1357-67.

Reactivity of HO2/O2 Radicals in Aqueous Solution
Bielski B.H.J.; Cabelli D.E.; Arudi R.L.; Ross A.B.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 1985, 14, 1041-100.

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