Advances in Photochemistry by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

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DFd measures the difference in energy of the free and associated states and includes changes due to conformational and solvation changes also. However, for organic adducts, DSd is usually proportional to DHd whereas DFd is not. Let N be the number of D or A molecules available for charge transfer and n the number of ions of each sign due to the formation of a CTC; the entropy S is then given by: k stands for Boltzmann's constant. S generally drops upon complexation because of an increase in order.

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