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02eV. Only the dependence on the separation distance was considered in the estimation of VCT (according to Eq. (70)), neglecting any effects of molecular orientation. It seems reasonable in the view of Cave and co-workers, and Helms et al. [156,157]. Values of A, and X i can also be predicted from experimental data concerning the electron exchange reactions between a neutral species (A and D) and its own radical anion or cation (A- and D+, respectively). For cross-reactions A, as well as A, were shown by Marcus to be the averages of the values for the self-exchange reactions between the radical anion or cation from one side, and the corresponding neutral molecule from the other.
Comparable values are also provided by Eq. 55 nm. 40eV and S = rates have been evaluated at different temperatures, also taking into account the temperature dependence on TL. Dielectric relaxation data for acetonitrile are incomplete, but with the available values  it is possible to estimate appropriate 71 [176,177] (temperature dependence on A, and AG values may be neglected). Solvent dynamics effects in both normal and inverted Marcus regions have been taken into account because of the expected large values of V3 and VCTterms, and Eqs.
Values of A, and X i can also be predicted from experimental data concerning the electron exchange reactions between a neutral species (A and D) and its own radical anion or cation (A- and D+, respectively). For cross-reactions A, as well as A, were shown by Marcus to be the averages of the values for the self-exchange reactions between the radical anion or cation from one side, and the corresponding neutral molecule from the other. 54 eV [158, 1591, respectively. 05 eV (in acetonitrile solutions).