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Charge distributions and chemical effects

a new approach to the electronic structure and energy of molecules

by SaМЃndor FliszaМЃr

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molecular structure

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementSándor Fliszár.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD461 .F54 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 205 p. :
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3164754M
    ISBN 100387908544
    LC Control Number83006682

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    Electrodynamics by Natalie Holzwarth. This note covers the following topics: Electrostatic energy calculations, Poisson equation and Green's theorm, Green's functions for cartesian coordinates, Method of images, Cylindrical and spherical geometries, Multipole analysis of charge distributions, Dipoles and dielectrics, Magnetostatics, Maxwells equations, Electromagnetic energy and force, Dynamic.   The remaining sections describe a wide variety of applications and illustrate, we believe, the central role of charge densities in the understanding of chemical bonding. We are most indebted to the Divisions of Inorganic and Phy­ sical Chemistry of the American Chemical Society, which provided the stimulus for the symposium and gave generous Author: Philip Coppens.

      The electric field, which is independent of the test charge. It only depends on the configuration of the source charges, and once found, allows us to calculate the force on any test charge. Calculating Electric Fields of Charge Distributions The charge distributions we have seen so far have been discrete: made up of individual point particles. Identification of Chemical States by Spectral Features in X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy C. D. WAGNER Chap DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): .


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About this book In an entirely different approach, the molecular energy can be broken down into individual contributions reflecting chemical Charge distributions and chemical effects book plus a host of subsidiary "effects", like y-gauche, skew pentane, ring-strain, etc., giving an overall picture in terms of topological characteristics.

About this book Introduction In an entirely different approach, the molecular energy can be broken down into individual contributions reflecting chemical bonds plus a host of subsidiary "effects", like y-gauche, skew pentane, ring-strain, etc., giving an overall picture in terms of topological characteristics.

Get this from a library. Charge distributions and chemical effects: a new approach to the electronic structure and energy of molecules. [Sándor Fliszár]. Get this from a library. Charge Distributions and Chemical Effects: a New Approach to the Electronic Structure and Energy of Molecules.

[Sándor Fliszár] -- The energy of a molecule can be studied with the help of quantum theory, a satisfactory approach because it involves only basic and clearly identified physical concepts. In an entirely different. Charge distributions and chemical effects.

Ab initio study of the charge densityC nuclear magnetic resonance shift correlation for ethylenic carbon atoms. Download Citation | Charge distributions and chemical effects.

XLV. Graphite | The zero point energy of graphite, is deduced from Debye's theory by separating the lattice vibrations into two. Valence region energies of first‐row atoms and ions of nuclear charge Z, with N 1 core and N valence electrons are calculated from the formula E N =−(3/7) (Z−N 1) N〈r −1 2 〉, where 〈r −1 2 〉 is the average inverse distance of the N electrons from the nucleus.

The loss of an electron is described in terms of a shrinking of the valence region, 〈r −1 2 〉 N −〈r −1 2 Cited by: Charge Distributions and Chemical Effects. XLI. Alkane Atomic Charges in Energy : S.

Fliszár, J.-M. Leclercq, C. Mijoule, S. Odiot. This book is about electronic charge distributions, chemical bonds, bond energy additivity in organic molecules, and the description of their relevant thermochemical properties, such as the energy of atomization, the enthalpy of formation, and the like, using computer-friendly methods.

carbocations, or the effect of conjugation on chemical reactivity. In this chapter, we will illustrate more substituent effects on (1) acidity of carboxylic acids, (2) rates of SN1 reactions, and (3) rates and product distributions of electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions.

Transmission of Substituent Effects. Effects of substituents on File Size: 60KB. Example Uniform slab of charge. Let the charge per unit volume be given by ρ for –a. Controlling the charge transfer between a semiconducting catalyst carrier and the supported transition metal active phase represents an elite strategy for fine turning the electronic structure of the catalytic centers, hence their activity and selectivity.

These phenomena have been theoretically and experimentally elucidated for oxide supports but remain poorly understood for carbons due to Cited by: Energy-localized orbitals are used to define localized distributions of positive charge and an energy partitioning of ab initio molecular orbital wave functions in the localized representation is derived.

This partitioning is specialized to the INDO approximation using results from Ruedenberg's theory of chemical bonding. An interpretation is given for the internal rotation barrier in ethane Cited by: No.

Ref. R (au) E (au) Basis c) IdentifIcationd) CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETtERS 15 January Vol numb& 2 MOLECULAR CHARGE DISTRIBUTION OF CO G. DE WITH and D. FEIL Chemical Physics Laboratory, Twente University of Technology, Epschea e, The Netherlands Received 14 August Revised mansucript xeceived5 September The difference electron density of CO is studied Cited by: M.

Krijn and D. Feil The Journal of Chemical Physics 85 Crossref. Charge distributions and chemical effects. XLII. Atomic charges and their role in energy calculations S. Fliszár International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 29 Crossref. @article{osti_, title = {Complexation behavior of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes: Effect of charge distribution}, author = {Zhao, Mingtian and Li, Baohui and Zhou, Jihan and Su, Cuicui and Niu, Lin and Liang, Dehai}, abstractNote = {Complexation behavior of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes in a solution is investigated using a combination of computer simulations and experiments.

This book is concerned primarily with the fundamental theory underlying the physical and chemical properties of crystalIine semiconductors. After basic introductory material on chemical bonding, electronic band structure, phonons, and electronic transport, some emphasis is placed on surface and interfacial properties, as weil as effects of doping with a variety of impurities.

Long-range oxidative damage to DNA was utilized as a probe to delineate the effects of different ion distributions on DNA charge transport. DNA assemblies were constructed, containing a tethered rhodium intercalating photooxidant, spatially separated from two 5‘-GG-3‘ sites of oxidative damage, with either an A 6-tract or a mixed DNA sequence intervening between the guanine doublets; the.

Ionic solvation and solvent-solvent interaction effects on the charge and potential distributions in electric double layers The analysis shows that the solvation forces have a profound effect on the charge and potential distributions in an electric double layer.

This is true not just for the solvation of the potential determining ions, but Cited by: 4. Journal or Book Year; Charge distributions and chemical effects. XXVI. Relationships between nuclear magnetic resonance shifts and atomic charges for 17O nuclei in ethers and carbonyl compounds: Canadian Journal of Chemistry: ; Résonance Magnétique Nucléaire de17O.

More information: The scientific paper entitled "Imaging the charge distribution within a single molecule" by F. Mohn, L. Gross, N. Moll, and G. Meyer was published online in Nature Nanotechnology.Isomeric shift on atomic spectral lines. The isomeric shift on atomic spectral lines is the energy or frequency shift in atomic spectra, which occurs when one replaces one nuclear isomer by another.

The effect was predicted by Richard M. Weiner inwhose calculations showed that it should be measurable by atomic (optical) spectroscopy (see also).It was observed experimentally for the.Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions; Electrostatic field of charge distributions enclosed in a polarisable medium: solvent effects in electronic spectra of ketyl ion pairs.

Bernard J. McClelland and Antonis Modinos Abstract. Explicit formulae are derived for the electrostatic field, and quantities associated with it, of an.