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Theoretical investigations of the structures and binding energies of Ben and Mgn (n=3-5) clusters

Timothy J. Lee

Theoretical investigations of the structures and binding energies of Ben and Mgn (n=3-5) clusters

by Timothy J. Lee

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Binding energy.,
  • Nuclear physics.,
  • Nuclear forces (Physics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTimothy J. Lee, Alistair P. Rendell, and Peter R. Taylor.
    SeriesNASA-TM -- 101931., NASA technical memorandum -- 101931.
    ContributionsRendell, Alistair P., Taylor, Peter R.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18030841M

    Three different ways for description of binding energy of superheavy nuclei are discussed. First, one can consider superheavy nuclei as a part of a whole system of nuclei for which a global mass formula is found. Another way is the detailed local description of energy of superheavy nuclei taking into account the effects of shells and subshells. D.P. Woodruff, in Chemical Bonding at Surfaces and Interfaces, Electron scattering. In many ways the ‘benchmark’ method of quantitative surface structure determination is low energy electron diffraction (LEED) [1—3] This was the first method to be developed in the early s and still accounts for the largest number of catalogued surface structure determinations [4].

      Influence of the heteroatom on the structure, bonding and ring strain of a series of three-membered rings containing a second, third, fourth and fifth row elements: a theoretical investigation fourth and fifth row elements: a theoretical investigation. Angel H. Romero Pages Original Research. and binding free energy analysis. The 3d levels of gaseous Sb 4 have been measured by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Binding energies of ± eV (3d 5,2) and ± eV (3d 3,2) have been binding energies in Sb 4 are ≈ eV lower than the atomic values, computed using Deselaux's Dirac—Fock program, and ≈ eV higher that the corresponding binding energies in the by: 5.

      Investigations on the phase behaviors and structural properties of mono-, di- and poly-valent metal carboxylates are reviewed with reference to developments in experimental and theoretical concepts surrounding their liquid crystalline properties. The main methods of structural investigation such as X-ray diffraction, infrared and 13C-NMR spectroscopies are examined in detail on the basis of Cited by: The binding energy of this structure is – kcal mol –1 from MP2/MIDI-4** calculations and – kcal mol –1 from MP2/G** calculations, where a p-polarization function is added only on the H atoms of methane. The benzene–methane complex is much less stable than the benzene–benzene complex.


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Theoretical investigations of the structures and binding energies of Ben and Mgn (n=3-5) clusters by Timothy J. Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

A comparison of the MRCI and CCSD results shows that even the best single‐reference approach (limited to single and double excitations) is not capable of quantitative accuracy in determining the binding energies of Be and Mg clusters.

We have determined the equilibrium geometries and binding energies of Be and Mg trimers, tetramers and pentamers using single and double excitation coupled cluster Cited by: Get this from a library. Theoretical investigations of the structures and binding energies of Ben and Mgn (n=) clusters.

[Timothy J Lee; Alistair P Rendell; Peter R Taylor]. We have determined the equilibrium geometries and binding energies of Be and Mg trimers, Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Theoretical investigations of the structures and binding energies of Be n and Mg n (n=3–5 Cited by: Our best estimates of the cluster binding energies 83, and kcal/mol for Be 3, Be 4, and Be 5; and 9, 31, and 41 kcal/mol for Mg 3, Mg 4, Mg 5, respectively.

A comparison of the MRCI and CCSD results shows that even the best single-reference approach (limited to single and double excitations) is not capable of quantitative accuracy in determining the binding energies of Be and Mg clusters.

Our best estimates of the cluster binding energies 83, and kcal/mol for Be 3, Be 4, and Be 5; and 9, 31, and 41 kcal/mol for Mg 3, Mg 4, Mg 5, respectively. A comparison of the MRCI and CCSD results shows that even the best single‐reference approach (limited to single and double excitations) is not capable of quantitative accuracy in determining the binding energies of Be and Mg by:   Density functional theory calculations, using the B3LYP parameterisation, were performed to determine structures, vibrational frequencies, and binding energies for complexation of Ni+and Ni2+cations with benzene and naphthalene molecules and clusters.

The calculations employed the Stuttgart basis set with ECP pseudo potentials for the Ni cations and basis sets of at least triple Author: Boutheïna Kerkeni, Boutheïna Kerkeni, Adelia J. Aquino, Adelia J. Aquino, Michael R. Berman, W. The density functional theory method is used to study metal ion binding to simple carbohydrates such as cis-inositol and β-d-glucose.

The complexes formed between Be 2+, Mg 2+, Ca 2+, and Li + and cis -inositol and the complexes formed between Ca 2+ and β- d -glucose are optimized and metal binding sites are by: The binding energies and molecular structures of the base pairs are not determined solely by the hydrogen bonds, but they are also strongly influenced by the polarity of the monomers and by a wide variety of secondary long-range electrostatic interactions that also involve the hydrogen atoms bonded to ring carbon by: Plots of the s‐electron binding energies of the transition metal negative ions versus the number of d electrons exhibit smooth trends and striking similarities for each of the three transition by:   Accurate, Precise, and Efficient Theoretical Methods To Calculate Anion−π Interaction Energies in Model Structures.

Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation11 (1), DOI: /ctCited by: Simple method for determining binding energies of fullerene negative ions Z. Felfli and A.Z.

Msezane Department of Physics and Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, US Abstract A robust potential wherein is embedded the crucial core-polarization interaction is. We systematically evaluated the binding energies of d 10, d 8, and d 6 transition-metal complexes with various π-conjugate systems such as Pt(PH 3) 2 {C 2 H 4-n (CH CH 2) n}, Pd(PH 3) 2 {C 2 H 4-n (CH CH 2) n}, [PtCl 3 {C 2 H 4-n-(CH CH 2) n}]- [PdCl 3 {C 2 H 4-n (CH CH 2) n}]- and [PtCl 5 {C 2 H 4-n (CH CH 2) n}]-(n = 0−4) using the MP2 to MP4, CCSD(T), and density functional theory (DFT Cited by: The energy of a molecular system is the sum of electronic, vibrational, rotational and translation energies (or E = E e + E v + E r + E t).

The total energy (E(RB3LYP)) with the B3LYP/G(d,p) level of the title compound was computed as − by: 1. binding energies and work functions for the three molecules.

Remarkably, our theoretical calculations demonstrate that the complex interplay between weak and strong bonding can lead to identical binding energies and work functions.

We first explored the nature of bonding for the three molecules by calculating the geometric structure for olympi. We report on results of ionization and fragmentation studies of small silver-ammonia heteroclusters. By comparison of the experimental results with ab-initio calculations we have obtained first information about the structure and binding energies of these by: 1.

Its coverage is restricted to phenomena involving energies below about 50 Mev, a region sometimes called classical nuclear physics. Topics include studies of the nucleus, nuclear forces, nuclear spectroscopy and two- three- and four-body problems, as well as explorations of nuclear reactions, beta-decay, and nuclear shell structure.5/5(2).

This article updates a 14 yr old review on this subject [J. Phys. Chem. Ref. D ()].A survey of the electron affinity determinations for the elements up to Z=94 is presented, and based upon these data, a set of recommended electron affinities is established.

New developments in the experimental methods which yield accurate electron binding energies are by: Second-order Møller−Plesset (MP2) calculations (using the approximate resolution of the identity, RI-MP2) in the TZVPP basis are performed to study the interaction of molecular hydrogen with the aromatic systems C6H5X (X = H, F, OH, NH2, CH3, and CN), C10H8 (naphthalene and azulene), C14H10 (anthracene), C24H12 (coronene), p-C6H4(COOH)2 (terephthalic acid), and p-C6H4(COOLi)2 Cited by: The different binding ability of aromatic and phenanthroline bridged compounds may be related to the conjugative effect.

What's more, the binding ability of compound 3 with F − is not interfered by the existence of other anions. Hence, theoretical investigations explore the reasons of different binding ability between compound 3 and by: 2. Binding theory is the study of facts like the ones in ().

When we're studying facts like these, the standard way of annotating the patterns of possible coreference is with subscripts, like so: When we're studying facts like these, the standard way of annotating the patterns of possible coreference is with subscripts, like so.

From a structure designing point of view, our future focus will be to incorporate a high density of functional groups (e.g. –OH, –Cl, –F, –NR 2) and metal clusters (e.g. Mg, Li) in MOF structures that have strong binding interactions with hydrogen and other targeted small molecules, while keeping the high porosity of the MOF framework.Density Functional Theory (DFT) [] has proven to be a very useful implement in investigating the electronic and geometric structure of the molecules.

The calculation of BMQ=O has been done to analyze its optimized ground state geometry using B3LYP level of theory with the 6 .Co-operativity in non-covalent interactions in ternary complexes: a comprehensive electronic structure theory based investigation.

Journal of Molecular Modeling24 (9) DOI: /s M. Prakash, T. Vanidasan, V. Subramanian. Guanidinium cation–water by: