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eBook Atomic and Molecular Clusters (Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry) ePub

by E.R. Bernstein

  • ISBN: 044488193X
  • Category: Chemistry
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: E.R. Bernstein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science (March 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 806
  • ePub book: 1708 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1233 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Theoretical chemistry is the branch of chemistry which develops theoretical generalizations that are part of the theoretical arsenal of modern chemistry: for example, the concepts of chemical bonding, chemical reaction, valence, the surface of potent.

Theoretical chemistry is the branch of chemistry which develops theoretical generalizations that are part of the theoretical arsenal of modern chemistry: for example, the concepts of chemical bonding, chemical reaction, valence, the surface of potential energy, molecular orbitals, orbital interactions, molecule activation, etc. Theoretical chemistry unites principles and concepts common to all branches of chemistry.

As with bulk and molecular carbon chemistry, the chemistry of carbon clusters seems to be unique. Nonmetallic main group clusters also form a very interesting set of systems and their structure and chemistry are as fascinating as they are varied.

Items related to Atomic and Molecular Clusters (Studies in Physical. The book begins with one of the most suprising and controversial of recent cluster studies - those for the carbon system. Atomic and Molecular Clusters (Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry). ISBN 13: 9780444881939. As with bulk and molecular carbon chemistry, the chemistry of carbon clusters seems to be unique.

Atomic and Molecular Clusters book. 044488193X (ISBN13: 9780444881939).

The physical and chemical properties of atomic clusters lie between the properties of molecular systems and solids and are often unique

The physical and chemical properties of atomic clusters lie between the properties of molecular systems and solids and are often unique. This article describes a number of theoretical methodologies currently applied to study small atomic clusters. Several current methods for optimizing cluster geometries, such as genetic algorithm, simulated annealing and the big bang method are described and illustrated.

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Computational and Theoretical Chemistry publishes high quality, original reports of significance in computational and theoretical chemistry including those that deal with problems of structure, properties, energetics, weak interactions, reaction mech.

Computational and Theoretical Chemistry publishes high quality, original reports of significance in computational and theoretical chemistry including those that deal with problems of structure, properties, energetics, weak interactions, reaction mechanisms, catalysis, and reaction rates involving atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, and bulk matter. Reports on new algorithms and comprehensive assessments of existing ones, and applications to new types of problems are especially welcome.

Atomic and Molecular Clusters: Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Ed. by E. Bernstein (Elsevier . Bernstein (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990). 3. Molecular Complexes in Earth’s, Planetary, Cometary, and Interstellar Atmospheres, Ed. by A. A. Vigasin and Z. Slanina (World Scientific, Singapore, 1998).

Atomic and molecular clusters are aggregates of 5-105 atomic or molecular units. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 1016/S0167-2991(09)60288-3.

Clusters exist of diverse stoichiometries and nuclearities. For example, carbon and boron atoms form fullerene and borane clusters, respectively. Atomic and molecular clusters are aggregates of 5-105 atomic or molecular units. They are classified according to the forces holding them together: Van der Waals clusters - attraction between induced electric dipoles and repulsion between electron cores of closed electronic configurations.

Theoretical Chemistry. Thermodynamic response of small clusters is a challenging area of exploration, both experimentally and theoretically. Hydrogen Storage Materials, Study of atomic and molecular clusters

Theoretical Chemistry. Multifaceted Thermodynamics of Pb n (n 16−24) Clusters: A Case Study. Hydrogen Storage Materials, Study of atomic and molecular clusters, Electronic Structure Calculations.

The last fifteen years have seen a veritable explosion of clusters research brought about by two relatively new experimental advances - supersonic jet expansions creating cold high density atomic and molecular beams, and laser (mass and optical) spectroscopy. The success and power of these two techniques, taken together and applied to the study of atomic and molecular clusters, are described in this volume. The field of cluster study is a very broad one, propelled by both the potential application of cluster results to many bulk systems and interest in clusters as systems in their own right. The eclectic nature of the collection of chapters in this book reflects well the diverse nature of this area of chemical physics.The book begins with one of the most suprising and controversial of recent cluster studies - those for the carbon system. As with bulk and molecular carbon chemistry, the chemistry of carbon clusters seems to be unique. Nonmetallic main group clusters also form a very interesting set of systems and their structure and chemistry are as fascinating as they are varied. Diatomic/atomic clusters and small polyatomic clusters demonstrate an incredible amount of spectroscopic detail and thus structure, dynamics and, in some instances, chemistry can be characterized for them. Clusters of larger molecules also yield information on structure, dynamics and chemistry but can in addition give information on changes in molecular structure with degree of solvation. As clusters become larger they begin to assume the properties of bulk systems. Finally, some chapters discuss the nucleation and growth of clusters, each from its own unique perspective and point of view. Current efforts involve following these processes from the formation of a two-molecule cluster to liquid drop.Atomic and Molecular Clusters provides the researcher with a survey of the current status of the field and will also be of interest to the student who may discover a new and exciting area of investigation.