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The rates of some hom?get_~eous isotopic exchange reactions in solution are considered in the light of a recently developed quantitative theory of redox processes (Part I). The relative importance of several factors influ~nci.ng the rates of these reactions is di~cussed. ~hese factors include the Coulombic repulsion between the 1omc reactants and the extent of solvatiOn of the IOns. Free energies and entropies of activation of various reactions are calculated from the theory without the use ofdoi:10.1063/1.1743423 fatcat:ypatc7ql4zfetmeh5c2kjklppu