Graph Theory Derived Methods for the Study of Metal Cluster Bonding Topology: Applications to Post-Transition Metal Clusters
Graph-theory derived methods have been used to study the chemical bonding topology of clusters of post-transition metals such as Sn, Pb, Sb, and Bi thereby suggesting that similar structure and bonding ideas apply to both condensed phase and gas phase clusters of these metals.
KeywordsMetal Cluster Carbonyl Cluster Supersonic Molecular Beam Tricapped Trigonal Prism Bonding Topology
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