A New Unifying Biparametric Nomenclature that Spans all of by Seymour B. Elk

By Seymour B. Elk

Content material:
Preface

, Pages v-x
Chapter 1 - Introduction

, Pages 1-48
Chapter 2 - Non-integer bonds

, Pages 49-114
Chapter three - different major adjustments from current systems

, Pages 115-166
Chapter four - Oxidation numbers

, Pages 167-179
Chapter five - The boranes and comparable aluminum compounds

, Pages 180-205
Chapter 6 - Spiro and comparable compounds

, Pages 206-257
Chapter 7 - Topologically confined compounds

, Pages 258-268
Chapter eight - Polymers

, Pages 269-292
Chapter nine - Molecular Rearrangement

, Pages 293-303
Index

, Pages I1-I7

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For example, see (9) Acenaphthylene, etc. in Table 1 of Chapter 3. Subscripts = ligand (bond and atom) multiplicity. For all but a very few small trees, the smallest number attained by this process will have the root at the center of the graph. The name assigned to that node by this protocol is a Matula number. Each number so achieved is unique to a particular rooted tree and can thus be called the name of that tree. Since each tree can have a root at any node, there are a maximum of n (= number of nodes) Matula numbers for a given alkane, and the minimum of these numbers is the canonical Matula name.

1960; Supplements 1963, 1964, 1965. E. R. C. , 26 (1986) 1. B. , 37 (1997) 696. Ibid #22, p. 17 Ibid #18. L. , 20 (1980) 172. Ibid #4, p. 45. G. 458. B. Elk, MATCH, 23 (1988) 19. B. , 25 (1985) 17. J. Wiswesser, A Line Formula Chemical Notation, Thomas Y. vR. Schleyer and H. Int. 18 (1996) 205. L. , 40 (1948) 734. Ibid #57. M. Soc, 47 (1925) 543. B. Elk, THEOCHEM, 431 (1998)237; footnote on 239.. A. F. Liebman, Strained Organic Molecules, Academic Press, New York, 1978. H. Van't Hoff, Arcxh. Neerland.

Of these, only the set of three six member rings constitute the SSSR. The problem becomes much more interesting when the moiety is intrinsically three-dimensional, such as for cubane (Figure 10). For this molecule, there are 28 distinct cycles that could be formed using the various contiguous combinations of square faces; however, only six of these cycles (the six faces of the cube) are regarded as significant [77] . Moreover, if one were to project this three-dimensional The remaining 22 cycles include: (a) 12 hexagonal rings formed from two abutting squares; (b) 4 heptagonal rings formed by three squares meeting at a vertex.

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