Matthew Duvall

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Quantitative evaluations of the aromaticity (antiaromaticity) of neutral exocyclic substituted cyclopropenes (HC)(2)C=X (X = BH to InH (group 13), CH(2) to SnH(2) (group 14), NH to SbH (group 15), O to Te (group 16)) by their computed extra cyclic resonance energies (ECRE, via the block-localized wave function method) and by their aromatic stabilization(More)
The nature of the bonding and the aromaticity of the heavy Group 14 homologues of cyclopropenylium cations E3H3+ and E2H2E'H+ (E, E' = C-Pb) have been investigated systematically at the BP86/TZ2P DFT level by using several methods. Aromatic stabilization energies (ASE) were evaluated from the values obtained from energy decomposition analysis (EDA) of(More)
Measurements of binding of certain divalent cations to yeast apoenolase were made using a pH-meter, chromatography, a divalent cation electrode, and ultrafiltration. The binding of the activating metal ions Mg2+ and Co2+ and the nonactivator Ca2+ were studied as functions of the presence or absence of substrate/product, phosphate, and fluoride or level of(More)
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