Advances in Molecular Structure Research. Volume 4 by M. Hargittai, I. Hargittai

By M. Hargittai, I. Hargittai

This quantity is the fourth within the sequence and gives either caliber and breadth. As an entire it displays more and more discernible developments in smooth structural chemistry. One development is that parallel to the ever expanding specialization of thoughts, there's a robust interplay among the recommendations. This interplay crosses the limits among a number of experiments, among the experiments and computations, experiments and idea, and natural and inorganic chemistry. the opposite development is the ever expanding penetration of the main smooth facets of structural chemistry the remainder of chemistry, making the demarkation of structural chemistry more and more fuzzy that's the main welcome improvement from a structural chemist's perspective.

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Previously, the distortion of A(OX)4 molecules from Td symmetry has been attributed to interactions between the OX dipoles and to the anomeric effect (back-bonding from O to A involving negative hyperconjugation) [19]. However, in order for back-bonding to account for the observed angles it would have to produce different amounts of double-bond character in at least two of the bonds in RONALD J. GILLESPIE and EDWARD A. ROBINSON 20 Table 9. 7(3) "Formore extensive tables and references to structures see ref.

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C. C=C-Acceptors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Hydroxyl Groups Which Apparently Donate No Hydrogen Bonds . . . V. Hydrogen Bond Networks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VI. Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. Advances in Molecular Structure Research Volmne 4, pages 43-77 Copyright 9 1998 by JAI Press Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 0348-4 43 44 44 44 45 48 53 53 57 57 58 61 61 65 67 68 69 74 THOMAS STEINER 44 Acknowledgments .

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