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Introduction to the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons

by Ivan Gutman

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Mathematics,
  • Engineering,
  • Chemistry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ivan Gutman, Sven Josef Cyvin
    ContributionsCyvin, Sven Josef
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD450-801
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (ix, 152 pages 15 illustrations)
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27047108M
    ISBN 103642871453, 3642871437
    ISBN 109783642871450, 9783642871436
    OCLC/WorldCa851379915

    Clar aromatic sextet theory; Clar formula; Clar number; Resonance graph; Benzenoid hydrocarbons 1. Introduction Within the theory that was formulated [1, 2] and elaborated [3] by Erich Clar, the modes of cyclic conjugation of the -electrons in benzenoid hydrocarbons are described by means of diagrams called Clar aromatic sextet formulae or. Details of the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons, including the Hall rule, can be found in a book,11 review,12 and the references cited therein. Whereas benzenoid hydrocarbons have been in the focus of interest of theo-retical chemists for more than a century (see the recent papers13–18 and the refe-rences quoted therein), a very similar class.

    3. Aromatic hydrocarbons 4. Supercritical effects Problems CHAPTER 4. FLAME PHENOMENA IN PREMIXED COMBUSTIBLE GASES A. Introduction B. Laminar fl ame structure C. The laminar fl ame speed 1. The theory of Mallard and Le Chatelier 2. The theory of Zeldovich, Frank-Kamenetskii, and Semenov 3. Three representations of hexabenzocoronene, a polycylic aromatic hydrocarbon. Top: standard line-angle schematic, where carbon atoms are represented by the vertices of the hexagons and hydrogen atoms are inferred. Middle: ball-and-stick model showing all carbon and hydrogen atoms.

    in 8 years of my teaching experience the best book i ever found is peter sykes-reaction of you will be already knowing about this !its a God book of organic!! organic chemistry needs authentic source for quoting the experi. Other articles where Benzenoid aromatic compound is discussed: hydrocarbon: Aromatic hydrocarbons: stability and are classified as benzenoid aromatic compounds. Certain other compounds lack a benzene ring yet satisfy the criterion of special stability and are classified as nonbenzenoid aromatic compounds.


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Introduction to the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons by Ivan Gutman Download PDF EPUB FB2

In spite of the fact that some of the basic concepts of the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons have their origins in the 19th and early 20th century, research in this area is still in vigorous expansion.

The present book provides an outline of the most important current theoretical approaches to by: Ivan Gutman is the author of Introduction to the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Mathematical Co Written works: Introduction to the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons.

In the last hundred years benzenoid hydrocarbons have constantly attracted the attention of both experimental and theoretical chemists. In spite of the fact that some of the basic concepts of the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons have their origins in the 19th and early 20th century, research in this area is still in vigorous expansion.

The present book provides an outline of the most important. Introduction to the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons Introduction to the theory of benzenoid hydrocarbons by Ivan Gutman Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New : Benzenoid hydrocarbons are condensed polycyclic unsaturated fully conjugated hydrocarbons composed exclusively of six-membered rings.

Some of their representatives are depicted in Fig. Benzenoid hydrocarbons are condensed polycyclic unsaturated fully conjugated hydrocarbons composed exclusively of six-membered rings.

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Pages El-Basil, Sherif. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Benzenoid Compounds is an introductory text to some chemical aspects of benzenoid compounds.

This book is composed of 13 chapters that specifically cover the sources, properties, and reactions of these compounds. The opening chapters describe the structural aspects of benzenoid compounds, including their homologues, isomers, and aromaticity.

The subsequent chapters deal with the disubstitution and addition reactions of the benzene nucleus. In the case of benzenoid hydrocarbons with n carbon atoms and m carbon-carbon bonds, EE is found to be accurately approximated by means of the formula a 1 n coshCited by: In the case of benzenoid hydrocarbons with n carbon atoms and m carbon-carbon bonds, EE is found to be accurately approximated by means of the formula a1 n cosh (√2m/n) + a2, where a 1 ≈ Buy Introduction to the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.

by Gutman, Ivan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ivan Gutman. In the first part of the book, nomenclature and classification scheme, graph theory, and spectroscopic principles of benzenoid hydrocarbons are discussed in detail.

The second part compiles the experimental and theoretical properties of benzenoid : Jerry Dias. Within the theory that was formulated [1], [2] and elaborated [3] by Erich Clar, the modes of cyclic conjugation of the π-electrons in benzenoid hydrocarbons are described by means of diagrams called Clar aromatic sextet formulae or, shorter, Clar by: Interlude.- 3 Anatomy.- Symmetry.- Vertices, Edges, and Related Concepts.- Coloring of Vertices.- Peaks and Valleys.- 1-Factors and Kekule Structures.- The Dualist Graph.- More about Symmetry.- 4 Enumeration.- General Principles.- Symmetry.- First and Second Classification.- Catacondensed Benzenoid Systems.- Pericondensed Benzenoid Systems.

Application of topological properties and graph theory to benzenoid hydrocarbons allowed us to construct an effective approach interpreting ring current formation in molecules when exposed to an external magnetic field.

Transformation of unexcited canonical structures for molecules of 34 benzenoid hydrocarbons into circuit structures and then to directed circuit structures allowed us to define. Advances in the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons II (Topics in Current Chemistry ()) (v.

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Thus, you can well understand the importance of hydrocarbons in your daily life. In this unit, you will learn more about hydrocarbons. CLASSIFICATION Hydrocarbons are of different types. Depending upon theFile Size: 1MB. This text is an attempt to outline the basic facts concerning KekulEURO structures in benzenoid hydrocarbons: their history, applica tions and especially enumeration.

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Description: An Introduction to the Chemistry of Benzenoid Compounds is an introductory text to some chemical aspects of benzenoid compounds. This book is composed of 13 chapters that specifically cover the sources, properties, and reactions of these compounds. Gutman, S. Cyvin, Introduction to the Theory of Benzenoid Hydrocarbons, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, M.

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We obtain bh up to h = We prove that bh ∼ const.κh, prove the rigorous bounds ≤ κ ≤and estimate that κ = (8).

Finally, we provide strong numerical evidence that the generating function ∑bhzh ∼ A(z) log(1 − κz), estimate A(1/κ) and Cited by:   Abstract. The class of compounds known as the all-benzenoid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (ABPAHs) are treated with time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) and a modified Hückel theory to determine how large an ABPAH must be before it is found to absorb strongly in the visible region that corresponds to the bluest of the diffuse interstellar bands (DIBs).Cited by: 8.