Applications of the Permutation Group in Dynamic Stereochemistry
Part of the Lecture Notes in Chemistry book series (LNC, volume 12)
A typical problem in dynamic stereochemistry is to determine the mechanism of the rearrangement of a chemical structure such as 1.
KeywordsSymmetry Group Potential Energy Surface Symmetric Group Chemical System Permutation Group
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