1 edition of Electron, spin and momentum densities and chemical reactivity found in the catalog.
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|Statement||edited by Paul G. Mezey and Beverly E. Robertson|
|Series||Understanding chemical reactivity -- v. 21, Understanding chemical reactivity -- v. 21.|
|LC Classifications||QD462.6.D45 E44 2002eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (ix, 331 p.)|
|Number of Pages||331|
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Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul G Mezey; Beverly E Robertson. This book provides an exciting collection of accounts of the latest advances, and also provides further motivation for new research to address some of the challenging, unsolved problems of the fascinating interrelations between electron, spin, and momentum densities, and the complex subject of chemical reactivity.
Electron, Spin and Momentum Densities and Chemical Reactivity Pietro Roversi, John J. Irwin (auth.), Paul G. Mezey, Beverly E. Robertson (eds.) The electron density of a non-degenerate ground state system determines essentially all physical properties of the system.
This book contains a selection of chapters based on papers given at the 12th conference of the Commission of Charge, Spin and Momentum Density of the International Union for Crystallography, held in Waskiesiu, Prince Albert National Park, Canada, on July 27 - August 1, Buy Electron, Spin and Momentum Densities and Chemical Reactivity by Paul G.
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Top Full text of "Electron, Spin and Momentum Densities and Chemical Reactivity [electronic resource]" See other formats. Critical points of the charge density have been located and characterized to compare the conventional, uncorrected first-order electron density against the BSSE-corrected density at each level of theory.
Contour difference maps between BSSE-corrected and uncorrected densities on the molecular plane have also been plotted to gain insight into. Electron Spin Density. Electron spin densities calculated at the ROHF and UHF/G levels showed the ring oxygen of the deoxyribose group to be the favored site of unpaired electron spin localization in a DNA base-free cation radical system .
From: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Related terms: Ligand; Chemical Shift. The energy of slow neutrons (less than eV) is insufficient to alter the total electron spin angular momentum S and positions of the electron r v d; however, these slow neutrons change the azimuthal electron spin component S z by flipping an electron spin, and the slow neutrons can alter the position of the nuclei from their equilibrium.
The book covers a gamut of related topics such as methods for determining atoms-in-molecules, population analysis, electrostatic potential, molecular quantum similarity, aromaticity, and biological activity.
It also discusses the role of reactivity concepts in industrial and other practical applications. S.A. Goutsmit and G.E. Uhlenbeck, inrecommended that an electron has an inherent angular momentum that is a magnetic moment which is recognized as atomic physics, the inherent angular momentum of a particular particle is parametrized by spin quantum number.
The spin quantum number is the fourth number. Because the atomic spin densities can be zero for non-radical molecules, we modified the original Parr function to a general form, exploiting the atomic spin density difference before and after electron or hole injection, where ρ s n (r), ρ s n+1 (r), and ρ s n−1 (r) refer to the atomic spin density at the rth atom of a molecule with n, n.
The remainder of the book deals with applications of the electron density concept in the chemical, biological, and materials sciences. Contributors offer insights on how a deep understanding of the origins of chemical reactivity can be gleaned from the concepts of density functional theory.
Aiming to better understand the reactivity of graphene-based materials, the present work employs density functional theory that provides detailed information about spin-density distributions for single and contiguous pairs of carbene-like active sites.
In order to examine the extent to which different models. The interest of describing the ground state properties of a system in terms of one electron density (or its two spin components) is obvious, in particular due to the simple physical significance of this function.
Recent experimental progress in diffraction made the measurement of charge and. electron spin densities. In momentum space, temperature. the chemical bond strength but also of the chemical reactivity.
is obviously a long standing issue, and ongoing efforts may. Electron density is a fundamental quantity that enables understanding of the chemical bonding in a molecule or in a solid and the chemical/physical property of a material. Because electrons have a charge and a spin, two kinds of electron densities are available.
Moreover, because electron distribution can be described in momentum or in position space, charge and spin density have two.Topological analysis of the electron density through the atoms in molecules theory is used in order to obtain a quantitative measure of the BSSE effects in terms of the characterization of the critical points of the electron density.
Kluwer book series, Understanding Chemical Reactivity: Electron, Spin and Momentum Densities and Chemical.Electron Density and Chemical Bonding II: Theoretical Charge Density Studies (En $ Electron Spin and Momentum Densities and Chemical Reactivity by Paul G Mezey.