Elementary Superposition

  • Shinsaku Fujita

Abstract

Davidson[1] has pointed out that enumeration problems in chemistry can be solved by using the Redfield-Read superposition theorem, which was originally established by Redfield,[2] rediscovered independently by Read[3] and later refocussed by several mathematicians.[4, 5] Lloyd[6] has actually applied this theorem to chemical enumerations. All of these methods are capable of enumerating chemical objects with respect only to their weights (molecular formulas).

Keywords

Subduction Adamantanedione 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shinsaku Fujita
    • 1
  1. 1.Research Laboratories, AshigaraFuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.Minami-Ashigara, KanagawakenJapan

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