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Title: Computational study on the structures, energetics and reactivity of some novel chemical systems
Other Titles: Yi xie xin ying hua xue ti xi de jie gou, neng liang he fan ying xing de ji suan yan jiu
一些新穎化學體系的結構, 能量和反應性的計算研究
Authors: Wang, Chao (王超)
Department: Department of Biology and Chemistry
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: City University of Hong Kong
Subjects: Chemical systems.
Notes: CityU Call Number: QD503 .W36 2010
xiii, 151 leaves : ill. 30 cm.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--City University of Hong Kong, 2010.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 141-144)
Type: thesis
Abstract: We have applied different theoretical models to investigate a number of chemical systems. These investigations include: (i) a Gaussian-3(G3), Gaussian-3X, CCSD (T)/CBS study of the structures and energetics of nitrogen oxides; (ii) a Gaussian-3(G3), Gaussian-3X, CCSD(T)/CBS study of the structures and energetics of sulfur compounds; (iii) an ab initio study of the effects of BF3 and other Lewis acids on the oxidation of CH4 by some transition state oxo species, including FeO42-, VO43-, MnO4-, CrO42- and HCrO4-. The results of each of these projects are reported in a self-contained chapter in the thesis. In these studies, reasonable to excellent agreement is obtained between our computational structural and energetic results and available experimental data. This agreement lends confidence to those results with no experimental data for comparison. In addition, some of the reaction transition states are found.
Online Catalog Link: http://lib.cityu.edu.hk/record=b3947787
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