Quantum Chemistry: The Challenge of Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789401085694
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: Nato Science Series C: (closed), #176
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
  • Pages: 530
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Accurate Studies on the Structure and Reactivity of Transition Metal Complexes and Clusters.- The Importance of Atomic and Molecular Correlation on the Bonding in Transition Metal Compounds.- The Electronic Structure of Transition Metal Atoms and Diatoms Through Pseudopotential Approaches.- Spectroscopic Characterization of Bonding in Diatomics and Small Transition Metal Aggregates.- Low-Lying Electronic States of ScH, tih and VH According to MRD-CI Calculations.- Energy-Adjusted Pseudopotentials For Transition-Metal Elements.- Spectroscopic Studies of Copper Complexes.- Scandium atom Interacting with Diatomic Groups.- The Nature of the Bonding in the Transition Metal Trimers.- Electronic Structure and Reactions of Transition Metal Complexes Using Effective Core Potentials.- Correlation Effects in the Ground and Ionized States of Transition Metal Complexes.- Analysis of—-Bonding,—-(Back) Bonding and the Synergic Effect in Cr(Co)6. Comparison of Hartree-Fock and X? Results for Metal-Co Bonding.- Applications of the LCGTO-X? Method to Transition Metal Carbonyls.- Quantitative Results and Qualitative Analysis by the Hartree-Fock-Slater Transition State Method.- X? Electronic Structure of Transition Metal Halides: Calculation of Ligand-Field Multiplet States.- Complementary Spherical Electron Density Model for Coordination and Organometallic Compounds.- Theoretical Analysis of Bonding Properties in Transition Metal Complexes. Ligand Substitution Effects.- Topology of Potential Energy Surfaces: The Complementarity of MO and VB Approaches.- Applied mo Theory: Organometallic Structure and Reactivity Problems.- CO Activation and Reactivity in Organometallic Chemistry: Theoretical Studies.- Structural Distortions and Activation of A C-H Bond in D° Electron Deficient Alkyl Transition Metal Complexes.- Stereochemistry and Metal-Ligand Interaction of Group VIII Low-Valent Transition Metal Complexes. An Ab Initio MO and Energy Decomposition Analysis Study.- Stabilization of Phosphinidene and Phosphirene by Complexation on Phosphorus. Theoretical and Photo-Electron Studies.- Molecular Orbital Calculations on Metallocenes with Unusual Geometries.- Transition State for Carbonyl and Olefin Insertion Reactions.- Theoretical Aspects of the Phohemistry of Organo-Metallics.- Electronic Structure of Metalloporphyrins: Ab Initio CI Calculations.- Multiple Metal-Metal and Metal-Carbon Bonds.- Design of Ferromagnetically Coupled Polymetallic Systems: Toward the Molecular Ferromagnets.- A Spectroscopic and Magnetic Investigation of M4X4 Clusters: Localized or Itinerant Electrons?.- Moving from Discrete Molecules to Extended Structures: A Chemical and Theoretical Approach to the Solid State.- Cluster-Surface Analogy: New Developments.- Cluster Model Calculations of the Interaction of H and CO with Small Pd Clusters.- Theoretical Study on the Catalytic Activities of Palladium for the Hydrogenation Reaction of Acetylene.- Theoretical Study of the Successive Hydrogenation of Small Platinum Clusters.- Participants.
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