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Modern Models of Bonding and Delocalization Edited by Joel F. Liebman Arthur Greenberg In addition to describing modern views of bonding and delocalization, this volume presents the ways in which these have been deduced. For example, qualitative pictures of small rings often include the competing and now classic concepts of strain and aromaticity. Quantitative quantum chemical calculations provide topological views of molecular electron density, which in turn yield new descriptions and related insights.
Structure and Bonding in Compounds Containing Cyclopropane Rings (T. Slee).
Through-Bond and Through-Space Interactions in Unsaturated Hydrocarbons: Their Implications for Chemical Reactivity and Long-Range Electron Transfer (M. Paddon-Row & K. Jordan).
Studies on the Atrane Compounds (G. Wu, et al.).
Charge Transfer in Self-Decoupling Systems (W. Rettig).
Chemistry of Dioxymethylenes and Dioxiranes (S. Kafafi, et al.).
Organic Chemistry of Dioxiranes (R. Murray).
Rydberg Chemistry (E. Evleth & E. Kassab).
Ethylenedione: Its Ions and Analogues (J. Berson, et al.).