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Название: Orbital Interaction Theory of Organic Chemistry
Автор: Rauk A.
The premise on which this text is based is that the vast majority of chemical phenomena
may be qualitatively understood by the judicious use of simple orbital interaction diagrams. The material borrows heavily from the pioneering work of Fukui [1, 2], Woodward and Ho¨mann , Klopman , Salem , Ho¨mann , and many others whose
work will be acknowledged throughout including Fleming: Frontier Orbitals and Organic
Chemical Reactions , from which a number of illustrative examples are extracted. If
there is uniqueness to the present approach, it lies in the introduction of the a and b of
simple HuÈckel molecular orbital theory as reference energy and energy scale on which to
draw the interaction diagrams, mixing s and s* orbitals and nonbonded orbitals with
the usual p orbitals of SHMO theory on the same energy scale. This approach is di½cult
to justify theoretically, but it provides a platform on which the reader can construct his
or her interaction diagrams and is very useful in practice. Numerous illustrations from
the recent literature are provided.