Noncovalent Forces

Noncovalent Forces

by Steve Scheiner (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783319356525
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 11/18/2016
Series: Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics , #19
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
Pages: 532
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

About the Author

Currently, Prof. of Computational Chemistry, Utah State University, USA
Education
B.S. (Chemistry) City College of New York
May, 1972
A.M. (Chemistry) Harvard University
May, 1974
Ph.D. (Chemical Physics) Harvard University

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to the Volume, Steve Scheiner.- Part 1. Hydrogen Bonds.- 2. Hydrogen bonds involving sulfur: New insights from ab initio calculations and gas phase laser spectroscopy, Himansu S. Biswal.- 3. CH∙∙∙π interaction in organic molecules, Osamu Takahashi.- 4. CH∙∙O H-bond as a determining factor in molecular structure, Steve Scheiner.- 5. Hydrogen bonds involving radical species, Qingzhong Li and Hai-Bei Li.- 6. Agostic and hydrogen-bonding X-H∙∙∙M interactions involving a d8 metal center: Recent advances towards their understanding, Jiří Kozelka.- 7. What is common for dihydrogen bond and H∙∙∙σ interaction – theoretical analysis and experimental evidences, Sławomir J. Grabowski.- Part 2. Other Bridging Atoms.- 8. The Pnicogen Bond in Review: Structures, Binding Energies, Bonding Properties, and Spin-Spin Coupling Constants of Complexes Stabilized by Pnicogen Bonds, Janet E. Del Bene, Ibon Alkorta and Jose Elguero.- 9. Chalcogen bonds in protein architecture, Michio Iwaoka.- 10. A Unified View of Halogen Bonding, Hydrogen Bonding and Other σ-Hole Interactions, Peter Politzer and Jane Murray.- 11. The X-C∙∙∙Y carbon bond, Devendra Mani and E. Arunan.- 12. Interplay of Hydrogen, Halogen, Lithium and Beryllium Bonds in Complexes of Thiirane, Sean A. C. McDowell and Jerelle A. Joseph.- 13. Understanding Lone pair-π Interactions from Electrostatic Viewpoint , Shridhar R. Gadre and Anmol Kumar.- Part 3. Aromatic Systems.- 14. Unraveling the Origin of Substituents Effects in π-Stacking Interactions, Steven E. Wheeler.- 15. Noncovalent interactions of organic ions with polar molecules in the gas phase, M. S. El-Shall, Isaac K. Attah, Sean P. Platt.- 16. Anion-π interactions in supramolecular chemistry and catalysis, Antonio Bauzá, Pere M. Deyà and Antonio Frontera.- 17. A Survey of DNA–Protein π–interactions: A Comparison of Natural Occurrences and Structures and Computationally Predicted Structures and Strengths, Katie A. Wilson and Stacey D. Wetmore.

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