PDFE

AcronymDefinition
PDFEPattern-Dependent Decision Feedback Equalizer
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For all study compounds, PDFE values (Table 7S) are negative in benzene, meaning that the proton transfer reaction from the molecules is thermodynamically spontaneous in that solvent.
From Table 5, it can also be observed that the PA and PAFE values are always higher than the PDE and PDFE values, buttressing the higher reactivity of the cationic radicals.
PDFE PA PAFE ETE ETFE (kj/mol) (kj/mol) (kj/mol) (kj/mol) (kj/mol) Gas J 865.2 1422.0 1386.1 312.7 302.2 Mg(II) -9.1 473.5 444.4 1133.1 1122.8 Ca(II) 113.9 562.8 533.9 1050.8 1040.3 Fe(II) -8.7 414.5 386.6 1176.5 1167.3 Co(II) -14.1 408.6 380.4 1169.8 1161.8 Ni(II) -40.8 400.7 375.4 1206.4 1197.3 Cu(II) 2.7 411.4 381.1 1203.9 1198.7 Cu(I) 381.0 894.1 867.4 746.1 735.5 Zn(II) -17.6 422.5 393.6 1180.3 1170.5 Water J -42.6 192.2 109 386.2 330.0 Mg(II) -168.6 33.4 -45.1 493.3 438.4 Ca(II) -110.7 82.3 7.3 452.5 391.5 Fe(II) -193.8 7.1 -73.3 497.0 443.7 Co(II) -195.7 26.4 -54.2 499.8 446.7 Ni(II) -203.2 -8.8 -90.0 552.1 497.4 Cu(II) -262.6 -67.3 -147.8 559.7 503.6 Cu(I) -147.8 65.5 -20.5 429.6 379.4 Zn(II) -174.8 15.6 -66.3 507.5 451.5