Classical Thermodynamics

The Neutron Magnetic Isotope Catalysis and Fermi Surface

  • Aibassov Yerkin, Yemelyanova Valentina
  • ISBN: 978-1-938681-48-6


The authors considered a new phenomenon – neutron magnetic isotope catalysis, namely the promotion of chemical reactions by removing bans on electronic angular momentum (spin) of the nucleis reactants. Physical and kinetic mechanisms of this phenomenon. The nature of the spin catalysts, a quantitative measure of the catalytic effects of chemical reactions and terms neutron magnetic isotope catalysis.

Earlier the authors were discovered two new authors reactions Aibassov-Dorfman, Aibassov-Yuriev, and a new approach to finding the modification of 36 reactions and rearrangements: Atherton-Todd, Betti, Mannich, Doebner, Michaelis-Arbuzov, Allen, Milobendzky-Sulgin, Michaelis-Beckker, Raymond, Petasis, Passerini, Hantzsch, Kabachnic-Fields, Ugi.

The authors proposed two Klopman-Dorfman-Aibassov and Nernst-Aibassov equations for solving the magnetic and relativistic effects in catalysis.

The book will be useful for engineers and chemists working in physical chemistry for teachers and students in related disciplines, as well as for researchers and graduate students interested in physical chemistry and catalysis.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Physical and Chemical Characteristics of the Neutron

Chapter 2: Magnetism and the Maxwell Equations

Chapter 3: Chemistry of Isotopes

Chapter 4: Neutron Magnetic Catalysis of Isotopes Ligands (F, Cl, Br, J) and of Metals (Hg, Mg, Cu, Fe, Cr, Mn)

Chapter 5: Spin Control of Chemical Reactions

Chapter 6: Magnetic Uranium Isotope Effect

Chapter 7: The Fermi Surface




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