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LEROY ET AL. The above formalism can be ased not only to predict but also to rationalize the latter quantities (12,14). We shall only consider here the h~drogen transfer reactions leading to carbon centered free radicals (CXYZ). Using the data of tables IX and XII and the procedure described in reference (14), we may systematically calculate the activation barriers of a large variety of hydrogen transfer reactions leading to carbon centered radicals : XYZCH + M' + CXYZ + MH As shown elsewhere (14) these activation barriers obey the following equation, for any given attacking radical : [ 44] This is merely an Evans-Polanyi relationship at 0 K, with fixed nuclei.
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