This paper reviews some nontraditional theoretical views developed in this group on acid–base proton transfer (PT) reactions in hydrogen (H‐) bonded systems, focusing on the tunneling regime. Key ingredients in this picture are a completely quantum character for the proton motion (even when tunneling does not occur), the identification of a solvent coordinate as the reaction coordinate, and attention...
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