Difference in Number of Electrons in Inner Shells of Charged or Uncharged Elements in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry: Compatibility with the Even-Odd Rule

@article{Auvert2017DifferenceIN,
  title={Difference in Number of Electrons in Inner Shells of Charged or Uncharged Elements in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry: Compatibility with the Even-Odd Rule},
  author={Geoffroy Auvert},
  journal={Open Journal of Physical Chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={07},
  pages={72-88}
}
  • G. Auvert
  • Published 11 May 2017
  • Chemistry
  • Open Journal of Physical Chemistry
The recently introduced even-odd rule has been shown to successfully represent chemical structures of ions and molecules. While comparing available drawings in the scientific literature with the list of compounds predicted by the even-odd rule, it became however obvious that existing compounds are fewer than expected. Several predicted compounds involving many covalent bonds have apparently never been experimentally observed. Neutral oxygen for instance is expected to have 6 valence electrons… 

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