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Daudel R.(edit.) — Advances in Chemical Physics. Volume VIII. The Application of Wave Mechanical Methods to the Study of Molecular Properties
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Название: Advances in Chemical Physics. Volume VIII. The Application of Wave Mechanical Methods to the Study of Molecular Properties

Автор: Daudel R.(edit.)

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1965

Количество страниц: 188

Добавлена в каталог: 22.04.2013

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$K$-region theory, in carcinogenic activity      165
$Li^{+}$      12
$pK_{a}$, of carbonyl compounds      136
$trans$ — Butadiene, calculation of transition energies in      8 ff
9 - Anthraldehyde      134 136
Actinomycin C      173
Aigrain, P.      142 161
Aldehydes, aromatic, chemical activity of      88
Aldehydes, base strength of      133 136
Aliphatic substitution, nucleophilic      92
Alternant hydrocarbon, substitution in      75 ff
Alternant molecular orbital method      4
Angular overlap model      60
Antisymmetric functions      36
Arenomium ions      70 ff
Aromatic carcinogens, energy      119
Aromatic carcinogens, epolycyclic, steroids and purine-pyrimidine pairs      163
Aromatic hydrocarbons, protonation of      70 ff
Ascoli, F.      176
Azulene-one-aldehyde      135 136
Ballhausen, C. J.      24 60
Band structure in pure crystals      29
Barrer      141 159
Barriol, J.      5 12
Base strength, aldehydes      133 136
Base strength, carbonyl compounds      133 ff
Battachargee, M. K.      130
Beeck      160
Beevers, C. A.      175
Bell, R. P.      130
Benzaldehyde      134 136
Benzene, calculation of transition energies in      8 ff
Bergman, F.      163 175
Berson, J. A.      130
Berthod, H.      176
Blackwood, R. K.      130
Bloch functions, in pure crystals      31
Bontsch Bruchevitch, V. L.      142 160
Botr$\acute{e}$, C      176
Boudart      161
Boyland, C.      172 175
Brenner, S.      142 160
Breslow, R.      138
Brilliantov, N. A.      25
Brillouin’s perturbation theory      4
Brown, H. C.      130
Brown, R. D      114 116 126 130 131
Brueckner      4
Bunel, S.      97 124 130
Bunnett, J. F.      130
Burr, J. G      128 130
Buu — Hoi, N. P.      176
Campbell, H. J.      133 138
Carbon-metal bonds      147 ff
Carbonyl compounds, base strength of      133 ff
Carbonyl compounds, self-consistent field of molecular orbital (SCF — MO) treatment of      133
Carcinogens      179
Carcinogens, aromatic      163 ff
Carrington, A.      60
Castro, A. J.      164 165 166 168 176
Catalytic hydrogenation and chemisorption of ethylene      141
Central-field covalency      53
Chalvet, O.      97 124 130 138
Charge density in chemical reactivity      102 ff
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions      13
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions, covalency effects in      15
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions, electronic radii      14 ff
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions, exchange energy      15 ff
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions, ligands      13 ff
Charge transfer states and optical absorptions, width of bands      18 ff
Chemical reactivity      65
Chemisorption of ethylene on metals and catalytic hydrogenation      141
Chhonkar, N. S.      25
Choudhury, N. K.      46
Chromophores      48 52
Colburn      160
Collective properties      119
Condon      47
Conjugated systems      78 ff
Core field      58
Correlation problem and quantum theory of many-electron systems, some recent developments in      3
Coulson, C. A.      85 109 129 142 160
Covalency, central field      53
Covalency, effects in charge transfer states      15
Covalency, symmetry restricted      53
Craig, D. P.      10 27 46
Crawford, V. A.      141 159
Crystal field, charge transfer transition      21 ff
Crystal field, ligands      20
Crystal field, pi ($\pi$) bonding      22 ff
Crystal field, sigma ($\sigma$) bonding      22 ff
Crystal field, spectra, intensities of      13 ff
Crystal Hamiltonian      33
Crystal spectra, intensity of      13 ff
Crystal spectra, model calculations in the theory of      27
Culbertson, G.      88 130 133 138
Cunningham, R. E.      161
Cyclic boundary conditions      31
Dauben, H. J.      138
Daudel, R.      49 60 61 97 124 142 160 161
Davenport, G. R.      175
Davydov splitting      27
De Lerma, B.      176
Deep traps      37 ff
Deep traps, limits      37 ff
Deep traps, residual hosts      38
Deep traps, residual systems      39
Deep-chain model      145 154
Degenerate orbitals      49
Delocalized energy      70 ff
Delocalized excitation wave function      29
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)      177 ff
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), hydrogen bonds      177
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), tunnel effect      178
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), Watson — Crick model      177
Detert, F. L.      138
Devonshire, A. F.      141 159
Dewar, M. J. S.      65 99 128 129 130 131
Different orbitals for different spins      4
Dingwall, A.      133 138
Diphenylcyclopropenone      134 136
Diphenylguinocyclopropene      135 ff
Dipole moments of carbonyl compounds      136
DNA      see Deoxyribonucleic acid
Doering, W. E      95 130 138
Dowden      161
Duffin, H. C.      126 130
Dugas, C.      142 161
Dzjaloshihskij      160
Edward, J. T.      133 138
Eisenstein, J. C.      53 60
Electron donor properties of the purines      169
Electron transfer bands      54
Electron transfer bands, factor in carcinogenic activity      167
Electronic potential barrier      142
Electronic radii, in charge transfer states      14 ff
Electrophilic substitution      76 ff 86 100 103 108
Eley      142 160
Energy, protonation      133 136 137
Engel      161
Englman, R.      13 24
Equilibrium constants      65 ff
Erlich, H. W. W      175
Ethylene, catalytic hydrogenation of      141 ff
Ethylene, chemisorption of      141 ff
Ethylene, electronic transitions in      5 ff
Eucarvone      134 136
Evans, M. G.      130
Exchange energy, in charge transfer states      15 ff
Excitation band      30
Eyring, H      130 142 160
Farnsworth, H. E.      161
Ferguson, G.      175
Ferguson, J.      24
Flat-lattice model      145
Flexser, L. A.      133 138
Fluorenone      134 136
Forester, R.      27
Fort, A. W.      130
Foss, J. H.      161
Free valence number      76 84 102
Free-electron model      5 7
Frontier orbital density in chemical reactivity      110
Fuchsone      134 136
Fukui, K      110 130
Fuller, W.      175
Ganguly, S. C.      46
Geometric factor, in carcinogenic activity      167
Germaine, J. E.      161 162
Giglio, E      172 174 175
Giovanella, B. C.      174
Glang      161
Goldberg, I. H      175
Goodwin, E. T.      141 159
Gouame      161
Goudot, A.      160
Granger, M.      133 138
Gray, H. B.      60
Green, B      172 175
Griffiths, J. S.      24 47 60
Grimley, T. B      142 160
Grisdale, P. J.      130
Grum — Grzhimailo, S. V.      25
Grunwald, E.      95 130
Guest molecules      2 30
Gwathmay, A.      161
H$\ddot{u}$ckel molecular orbital treatment, in chemical reactivity      74 ff 105 124
H$\ddot{u}$ckel molecular orbital treatment, of carbonyl compounds      135
H$\ddot{u}$ckel, W      139
Haddow, A.      166 175
Halide ion      52
Halide ion,absorption bands      58
Halides, confined ions      11
Halsey, G. D      160
Hamilton, L. D.      175
Hammet, L. P.      129 130 133 138
Hauffe, K.      161
Haynie, R.      138
Heidelberger, C.      174 175
Heilbronner, E.      126 130
Helmholtz, L.      61
Heredity, mutations, aging, and tumours, in view of the quantum theory of the DNA molecule      177
Heteroaromatic systems, PMO method in      85 ff
High-spin complexes      51
Hindin, S. G      160
Hirschfield, F. L.      175
Hoffman      176
Holmes, J. D.      138
Host crystals      27 ff 30
Huggins, C.      164 166 175
Hund’s rule      50
Hydrogen bonds in DNA      177
Hydrophobic binding, in carcinogenesis      169
Iball, J.      175
Iffland, D. C      130
Imelik, B.      141
Infinite-order perturbation theory      4
Inhoffen, H. H.      175
Intensities of crystal spectra      13 ff
Intensities of crystal spectra, in one-dimensional mixed crystals      40
Intermolecular interactions in mixed crystals      30
Inverted band      34
Isoconjugate molecules      85 ff
Isoconjugate molecules, reactions of      96 ff
Itzel, J. F., Jr      25
J${\o}$rgensen, C. K.      24 47 53 60 61
Jenkins, G. I.      161
Jones, H. W      130
Jortner, J.      25
Kaneko, C.      130
Kaufman, J. J.      125 130
Kende, A.      133 139
Kersten, H.      175
Kersten, W.      175
Ketones, base strength of      133
Ketones, chemical reactivity of      88
Ketones, dipole moment of      136
Ketones, nonalternant      134
Kiss, Z. J.      60
Knox, K.      25
Koide, S.      25
Komblum, N.      130
Koreshkov, Y. D      138 139
Koster, G. W.      33 46
Kouteck$\acute{y}$, J.      142 145 160
Krupp      160
Kubba, V. P.      129
Kuhn, S. J.      130
Kursanov, D. N.      138 139
Kuwabara, G.      25
L$\ddot{o}$wdin, P. O.      3 4 177 179
Lacassagne, A.      176
Laforgue, A.      141 159 160 161 162
Langsdorf, W. P.      95 130
Lanthanide complexes      55
Lavit — Lamy, D.      176
Lawson, K.      25
LCAO Method      5 7 59
LCAO method, MO method      117
LCAO method, model of Wolfsberg and Helmholz      59
Lefebvre, R      129 161
Lenel, F. U.      141 159
Lennard — Jones, J. E.      141 159
Lerman, L. S.      176
Level manifolds      35 ff
Levy, M.      61
Lewis, M      164 165 166 168 176
Liachenko, V. I.      161
Lifschic      160
Ligand-field theory, applications to complexes      47
Ligands, in optical absorptions and charge transfer states      13
Ligands, sulphur-containing      53
Limits in shallow traps      36 ff
Linz, A.      25
Lipscomb, W. N.      25
Liquori, A. M      172 174 175 176
Localized bond model      117 ff
Localized excitation wave function in one-dimensional mixed crystal      32
Localized excitation wave function in pure crystal      28 ff
Localized model      145 154
Lohr, L. L. Jr      25
Longuet — Higgins, H. C.      85 107 109 122 129 142 160
Low, W      25
Low-spin complexes      51
Luzzati, V.      176
Madon, S. F      49 60
Maitlis, P. M.      129
Masson, F.      176
Maynard, J. C.      126 130
McAvoy, N      25
McClure, D. S.      24 25 28 46
McDaniel, D. H.      130
McFarlane, R. M.      25
McGabe, C. L.      160
McKinney, L. E.      174
Melander, L.      90 130
Miasnikov, I. A.      161
Mirra, J.      138
Mixed crystals      30 ff
Mixed crystals, Bloch functions in      31
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