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Theoretica chimica acta

, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp 151–156 | Cite as

Behandlung der Strukturen 3 atomiger Dublett- und Triplett-Radikale auf der Grundlage von Slater-Exponenten

  • Paul Machmer
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Slater-exponents as a guide to the structures of triatomic doublet and triplet state radicals

Abstract

The sequence of the atoms M, Q, and R in neutral triatomic radicals of formula MQR is discussed in terms of the Slater-exponent (Z-s)/n * of the atoms involved. It is shown that the atom with the relatively smallest numerical value of (Z-s)/n * occupies the central position. This result is supplemented by Walsh's rule (linearity or nonlinearity of the radicals under consideration) and vice versa.

Key words

Walsh's Rule Triatomic radicals, atomic sequence in ∼ 

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  • Paul Machmer
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  1. 1.Stuttgart

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