Theoretica chimica acta

, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp 150–154 | Cite as

A topological equivalent-orbital approach to the bonding in some tetrahedral molecules

  • S. F. A. Kettle
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Abstract

The electronic structures of the tetrahedral molecules P4, Be4(OAc)6O, [PtMe3Cl]4, [Cu I As Me3]4, [Tl OR]4, [Li Me]4 and B4 are discussed using a simple topological equivalent(-)orbital approach.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Orbital Approach Topological Equivalent 

Zusammenfassung

Die Elektronenstrukturen der tetraedrischen Moleküle P4, Be4(OAc)6O, [PtMe3Cl]4, [Cu I As Me3]4, [Tl OR]4, [Li Me]4 und B4 werden diskutiert unter Benutzung einer einfachen Näherung topologisch äquivalenter Orbitale.

Résumé

Les structures électroniques des molécules tétraédriques P4, Be4(OAC)6O, [PtMe3Cl]4, [Cu I As Me3]4, [Tl OR]4, [Li Me]4 et B4 sont discutées en usant d'une approche simple par des orbitales équivalentes topologiques.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. F. A. Kettle
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryThe UniversitySheffield 10England

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