Actinyl Compounds with Hexavalent Elements (S, Cr, Se, Mo) – Structural Diversity, Nanoscale Chemistry, and Cellular Automata Modeling

@inproceedings{Krivovichev2010ActinylCW,
  title={Actinyl Compounds with Hexavalent Elements (S, Cr, Se, Mo) – Structural Diversity, Nanoscale Chemistry, and Cellular Automata Modeling},
  author={Sergey V Krivovichev},
  year={2010}
}
Actinyl oxysalts with TO4 tetrahedral oxyanions (T = S, Se, Cr, Mo) demonstrate a remarkable structural diversity, owing to the flexibility of the An–O–T linkages, which results in a multitude of topological and geometrical variations. Application of graph representation of structural units allows topological classification of structures and analysis of topological and geometrical isomers. In some organically templated structures, isomerism is controlled by the interplay of hydrophobic… CONTINUE READING

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