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A multilevel circulant is defined as a graph whose adjacency matrix has a certain block decomposition into circulant matrices. A general algebraic method for finding the eigenvectors and the eigenvalues of multilevel circulants is given. Several classes of graphs, including regular poly-hedra, suns, and cylinders can be analyzed using this scheme.
The paper reports computations on endohedral fullerene systems, combining the treatments of quantum chemistry and statistical mechanics. Relative concentrations of five isomers of Ca@C72 are presented as an illustration, using the Gibbs energy based on density-functional theory computations. Anharmonicity effects are probed on a simple model system of C6.(More)
Various configurations were investigated to find the most stable structures of glycine-(water)3 complex. Five different optimized conformers of glycine-(water)3 complex are obtained from density functional theory calculations using 6-311++G* basis set. Relaxation energy and many body interaction energies (two, three, and four body) are also calculated for(More)
Nonlinear optical properties of a series of disubstituted trans-azobenzenes were studied. The structures were fully optimized by B3LYP/6-31+G* and both static polarizabilities and hyperpolarizabilities were then calculated by the derivative method. In order to show the relationships between dipole moments, (hyper)polarizabilities and the structures, three(More)
Density functional theory (DFT) and Fourth-order Möller-Plesset (MP4) perturbation theory calculations are performed to examine the possibility of hydrogen storage in V-capped VC(3)H(3) complex. Stability of bare and H(2) molecules adsorbed V-capped VC(3)H(3) complex is verified using DFT and MP4 method. Thermo-chemistry calculations are carried out to(More)
Li@C(60) and Li@C(70) can be prepared and thus, their calculations at higher levels of theory are also of interest. In the report, the computations are carried out on Li@C(60), Li(2)@C(60) and Li(3)@C(60) with the B3LYP density-functional theory treatment in the standard 3-21G and 6-31G* basis sets. The computed energetics suggests that Li(x) @C(60) species(More)
The existence of DNA adducts bring the danger of carcinogenesis because of mispairing with normal DNA bases. 1,N6-ethenoadenine adducts (epsilonA) and 1,N6-ethanoadenine adducts (EA) have been considered as DNA adducts to study the interaction with thymine, as DNA base. Several different stable conformers for each type of adenine adduct with thymine,(More)
This report briefly describes the development and applications of net-sign graph theory. The current work enunciates the graph (molecule) signature of non-alternant non-benzenoid hydrocarbons with odd member of rings (non-bipartite molecular graphs) based on chemical signed graph theory. Experimental evidences and Hückel spectrum reveal that structure(More)
The present investigation reports the importance of the S and R forms of fluoxetine, as an antidepressant with regards to the chirality taking different types of interactions associated with the neurotransmitter, serotonin. The goal of the present study is to provide predictions and to help experimental and theoretical studies toward understanding the(More)
This work reports hydrogen bonding interaction in linear formaldehyde oligomers using density functional theory method. Many-body analysis technique has been used to study the various interactions in these oligomers and to obtain % contributions from individual many-body energy terms to the binding energies of these oligomers. Co-operativity effects are(More)