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Ions and Ion Pairs and their Role in Chemical Reactions
Some general concepts involved in theories of solvent effects on ionic reactions in solution are discussed and some fallaciesin extant theories are pointed out. The initial results of an exact treatment of a simplistic model for solvent effects on cation-anion combinations are presented. The model system consists of two charges and eight finite dipoles interacting through coulombic forces and [l/r]**12 repulsions. Local minima in the potential energy surface of the system are found whichdoi:10.1016/b978-0-08-022355-1.50015-9 fatcat:mdgn3y5y7jctrlv3cqu2de5gie