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Personal information is secured with SSL technology. Free Shipping No minimum order. Description This new edition of Robert G. Mortimer's Physical Chemistry has been thoroughly revised for use in a full year course in modern physical chemistry.
In this edition, Mortimer has included recent developments in the theories of chemical reaction kinetics and molecular quantum mechanics, as well as in the experimental study of extremely rapid chemical reactions. While Mortimer has made substantial improvements in the selection and updating of topics, he has retained the clarity of presentation, the integration of description and theory, and the level of rigor that made the first edition so successful. Proceeds from fundamental principles or postulates and shows how the consequences of these principles and postulates apply to the chemical and physical phenomena being studied.
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Solvent[ edit ] The hydrogen attached to carbon in chloroform participates in hydrogen bonding. Reagent[ edit ] As a reagent , chloroform serves as a source of the dichloro carbene CCl2 group. Alternatively, the carbene can be trapped by an alkene to form a cyclopropane derivative. In the Kharasch addition , chloroform forms the CHCl2 free radical in addition to alkenes.
Anesthetic[ edit ] Antique bottles of chloroform The anaesthetic qualities of chloroform were first described in in a thesis by Robert Mortimer Glover , which won the Gold Medal of the Harveian Society for that year.
Glover also undertook practical experiments on dogs to prove his theories. Glover further refined his theories and presented them in the thesis for his doctorate at the University of Edinburgh in the summer of The Scottish obstetrician James Young Simpson was one of the persons required to read the thesis, but later claimed to have never read the thesis and to have come to his conclusions independently. This was done as an entertainment and not as a medical procedure.
However, a knighthood for Simpson, and massive media coverage of the wonders of chloroform ensured that Simpson's reputation remained high, whilst the laboratory experiments proving the dangers of chloroform were largely ignored.
Gunning, who became one of the richest persons in Britain, endowed some 13 university scholarships under the names of other scientists rather than his own name. He considered Simpson a charlatan, but one of these prizes is named the Simpson Prize for Obstetrics. It is, however, probably a strange reverse compliment, as arguably any Simpson prize in the wider public eye should be a prize for anaesthesia.
By not calling it this he effectively snubbed Simpson whilst at the same time appearing to honour him.