By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick
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The electronic Hamiltonian of H+ 2 (see Eq. 10) where rA is the distance of the electron from nucleus A, rB is the distance of the electron from nucleus B, and R is the internuclear separation,5 see Fig. 1. 12) 1 −rB /a0 1sB = e πa30 where a0 is the Bohr radius. The secular equation, Eq. 8), associated with the wave function is Fig. 1 Deﬁnition of the distances involved in the electronic Hamiltonian of H+ 2. 1, we mentioned that this form of the Hamiltonian refers to electronic coordinates speciﬁed in a laboratory ﬁxed coordinate system.
1 Using Eq. 18), what is the expression for the rate constant if all distributions associated with internal quantum states and velocities of the reactants are ‘sharp’ ? Mathematically, this condition can be expressed in the following way: pA(i) = δij and pB(j) = δjk , where the so-called Kronecker delta is deﬁned by δmn = 1 if m = n, and δmn = 0 if m = n, that is, m δmn gm = gn . For the continuous 0 0 velocity we assume that the distributions are peaked at vA and vB , respectively, 0 0 that is, fA(i) (vA ) = δ(vA − vA ) and fB(j) (vB ) = δ(vB − vB ), where the so-called delta function is deﬁned by δ(r − r ) = δ(x − x )δ(y − y )δ(z − z ), where for an ∞ arbitrary function g(x), −∞ δ(x − x )g(x)dx = g(x ), with equivalent expressions in y and z.
B. ] Fig. 4 Contour plot of a potential energy surface for the reaction A + BC → AB + C. The surface is shown as a function of the two internuclear distances RAB and RBC at a ﬁxed approach angle. , an ‘early’ barrier. the exit channel where the products are separating; in Fig. , AB + C → A + BC. 2 Note that for a symmetric reaction, as in Fig. 1, the barrier always occurs at the 45◦ line. So far, we have considered potential energy surfaces without any (local) minima along the reaction coordinate.
Advances in Photochemistry by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick