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Land-atmosphere interaction in a semiarid region: the bunny fence experiment
Southwestern Australia, with a semiarid Mediterranean climate, has been extensively cleared of native vegetation for winter-growing agricultural species. The resultant reduction in evapotranspirationExpand
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Variations in the albedo of wheat and barley crops
SummaryThe albedo of wheat and barley crops was measured during the course of two successive growing seasons, one of which was exceedingly wet (1966) and the other abnormally dry (1967) at Derrimut,Expand
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Relativistic electronic structure theory
The Chemistry of the Superheavy Elements and Relativistic Effects. Accurate Relativistic Fock-Space Calculations for Many-Electron Atoms. Accurate Relativistic Calculations Including QEDExpand
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Program Fullerene: A software package for constructing and analyzing structures of regular fullerenes
Fullerene (Version 4.4) is a general purpose open‐source program that can generate any fullerene isomer, perform topological and graph theoretical analysis, as well as calculate a number of physical and chemical properties. Expand
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Metallophilic interactions in closed-shell copper(I) compounds--a theoretical study.
Cuprophilic interactions in neutral perpendicular model dimers of the type (CH3CuX)2 (X = OH2, NH3, SH2, PH3, N2, CO, CS, CNH, CNLi) were analyzed by ab initio quantumchemical methods. The basis setExpand
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All-electron and relativistic pseudopotential studies for the group 1 element polarizabilities from K to element 119.
Two-component and scalar relativistic energy-consistent pseudopotentials for the group 1 elements from K to element 119 are presented using nine electrons for the valence space definition. TheExpand
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The topology of fullerenes
We present an overview of recent topological and graph theoretical developments in fullerene research over the past two decades, describing both solved and open problems. Expand
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Low valencies and periodic trends in heavy element chemistry. A theoretical study of relativistic effects and electron correlation effects in Group 13 and Period 6 hydrides and halides
A wide range of compounds has been investigated theoretically by extensive ab initio computations in order to study the vertical and horizontal periodic trends in element-ligand bond stabilities andExpand
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The chemistry of the superheavy elements. I. Pseudopotentials for 111 and 112 and relativistic coupled cluster calculations for (112)H+, (112)F2, and (112)F4
One- and two-component (spin–orbit coupled) relativistic and nonrelativistic energy adjusted pseudopotentials and basis sets for the elements 111 and 112 are presented. Calculations on the positivelyExpand
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