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- Ibrahim A. I. Suleiman, Robert A. Wilson
- J. Symb. Comput.
- 1997

We determine the 2-modular character table of the third sporadic simple group of Conway, up to two ambiguities. In each of these cases we give the smallest possibility for the character, which is also very likely to be the correct answer.

- Ibrahim A. I. Suleiman, Robert A. Wilson
- Experimental Mathematics
- 1993

- Ibrahim A Suleiman, Marian W Radny, +4 authors Bogdan Z Dlugogorski
- Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- 2011

The effect of chlorine (Cl) chemisorption on the energetics and atomic structure of the Cu(001) surface over a wide range of chlorine pressures and temperatures has been studied using equilibrium ab initio atomistic thermodynamics to elucidate the formation of cuprous chloride (CuCl) as part of the Deacon reaction on copper metal. The calculated surface… (More)

- Ibrahim A. I. Suleiman, Robert A. Wilson
- Experimental Mathematics
- 1995

- OF, IBRAHIM A. I. SULEIMAN, ROBERT A. WILSON
- 1996

A NUMBER of groups of Lie type have so-called 'exceptional covers', that is, there is a non-trivial p-part to their Schur multiplier, where p is the defining characteristic of the group. One particularly interesting case is the unitary group U6(2), which has, in addition to its 'generic' multiplier of 3 and outer automorphism group 53, a further 2 of… (More)

- Ibrahim A Suleiman, Marian W Radny, +4 authors Bogdan Z Dlugogorski
- Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- 2015

Density functional theory together with ab initio atomistic thermodynamics has been utilized to study the structures and stabilities of the low index CuCl surfaces. It is shown that the Cl-terminated structures are more stable than the Cu-terminated configurations, and that the defective CuCl(110)-Cu structure is more stable than the stoichiometric… (More)

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