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Kula, D. Malinski, J. Narvaez, T. Vallombroso and B. Watson are acknowledged with gratitude. 6 References 1. Fox MA, Chanon M (eds) (1988) Photoinduced electron transfer, parts A-D, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2. Kavarnos GJ, Turro NJ (1986) Chem. Rev. 86:401 3. Mariano PS (ed) (1991 and 1992) Advances in electron transfer chemistry. JAI Press, vol 1-3, Greenwich, Connecticut 4. Mattay J (ed) (1990-1992) Top. Curr. Chem. vols 156, 158, 159, 163 5. Bolton JR, Mataga N, McLendon G (eds) (1991) Electron transfer in inorganic, organic and biological systems, Advances in Chemistry Series vol 228.
In many systems AG h can be approximated by experimentally accessible AG~. 05~). 15 eV) if the radical coupling has no barrier (is diffusion limited) and the thermolysis is carried out under conditions selected to minimize the cage recombination . The homolytic bond strengths can also be obtained in many cases from the Benson group-additivity tables  or semiempirical quantum or molecular mechanics calculations . With appropriate entropy corrections [75f], relatively accurate AG h values can be obtained in that way.
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