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139), and a series of measurements of the potential of the Ag/AgCl(KCl saturated) electrode relative to the Ag/Agϩ electrode as a function of pressure. 8 cm3 molϪ1. This contribution is signiﬁcantly smaller than concluded by Cruanes et al. (158) and is also in line with the other arguments referred to above. Thus we conclude that the observed activation and reaction volumes mainly arise from volume changes on the Ru and Co complexes, which in turn will largely be associated with changes in electrostriction in the case of the ammine complexes.
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