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The contribution of such a frequency to f,* at 300°K may well be approximated by l + d ( ~ ~ * ) ~ / The 2 4 . symmetrical stretching frequency should be of sufficient magnitude so that the term :1-esp(-u1*H2): Cl-exp(--zt,*D,T)] maybe neglected. Thus Eq. 1 2 . 7) where l s l * is the symmetric stretching frequency, vL* is the asymmetric stretching frequency, imaginary in value and corresponding to motion along the reaction path, and g is the degeneracy of the bending frequency. Let us now investigate the effects which the two different models proposed for the activated state have upon the quantities KJk,,, k , k2,, and R.
If R,, is known in the successive fraction method, the intercept gives (k/k’- 1). This is the equivalent of an additional experiment in the cumulative product met hod. For the case where ( f 2 - f l ) is appreciable one obtains the result given by Schmitt, llyerson, and Daniels,Ss which is valid only for small differences between Rr(3-4) and Rr(1--9, in addition to assumptions implicit in Eqs. 23. The method is a rather awkward one for systematic treatment of the experimental data, and it is equally convenient to sum R,, from the values of R s f iand use Eq.
This factor of two is, however, canceled since the symmetric H,C1 complex has two different but equally probable methods of decomposition. In Eq. 4COB BIGELEISES AND JIAX IYOLFSBERG terms for a triangular activated state, while for a linear activated state three frequencies, one of which is a doubly degenerate bending frequency, contribute to these terms. II’heeler, Topley, and [email protected]* carried out approximate calculations of the potential energy surface for the H,+C1 reaction on the assumption that the activated state is linear.