In chemistry, a molecular orbital (MO) is a mathematical function describing the
wave-like ... Moreover, if the molecule has symmetry elements, its nondegenerate
.... A MO with δ symmetry results from the interaction of two atomic dxy or dx2-y2
.... molecular orbital are often referred to as the HOMO and LUMO, respectively.
3) of the relevant HOMOs and LUMOs for 1 and 2, together with the energy ... As
for other Al III and In III complexes,  the lifetimes of solid 1 and .... This
chapter reviews the literature reported in 2006 concerning the Group 13
elements, ... with very loosely-defined and cross-referential subsections, the
chemistry of ...
A series of chalcogenadiazole fused indolo[2,3-a]carbazoles 1–3 were ... This
article is part of the themed collection: Selenium & Tellurium chemistry at the ...
over polymeric materials owing to their well-defined structure, easy synthesis,
high .... the indolo[2,3-a]carbazole backbone, whereas LUMOs are mostly located
on the ...
In Part II, we employ the simple methylamine (CH3NH2) species to explore more
detailed ... In Part III, we employ simple polysulfide chain species to examine
various ... HOMO-LUMO analysis as widely employed in the current organic
literature. .... Because canonical MOs are defined as eigenfunctions of the Fock
This review focuses on secondary Li-ion batteries and their components to
illustrate certain ... its practical performance, and they are commonly presented in
Ragone plots . ... 3a, is determined by the energy gap from the highest
occupied molecular .... potentials of electrodes and the HOMO or LUMO of the
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