Chemistry Research Summaries. Volume 7

Lucille Monaco Cacioppo (Editor)

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This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of chemistry research. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Solid-State Hydrogen Storage (pp. 1-2)
Umit B. Demirci and Philippe Miele

Chapter 2 - Boron Hydrides (pp. 3-4)
Umit B. Demirci, Ouardia Akdim, Jérôme Andrieux, Rita Chamoun, Julien Hannauer and Philippe Miele

Chapter 3 - Lithium Borohydride: Synthesis, Properties and Thermal Decomposition (pp. 5-6)
Raphaël Janot

Chapter 4 - Hydrogen Cycle with Sodium Borohydride (pp. 7-8)
Çetin Çakanyildiriıldırım and Metin Guruürü

Chapter 5 - Potential and Limitation of the Direct Borohydride Fuel Cell. Special Emphasis on the Borohydride Oxidation Reaction (BOR) Mechanism and Kinetics on Gold Electrocatalysts (pp. 9-10)
Marian Chatenet, Belen Molina Concha, Gaëlle Parrour, Jean-Paul Diard, Fabio H. B. Lima and Edson A. Ticianelli

Chapter 6 - Crystal Chemistry of Light Metal Borohydrides (pp. 11-12)
Yaroslav Filinchuk, Dmitry Chernyshov and Vladimir Dmitriev

Chapter 7 - Ammonia Borane: Thermolysis (pp. 13-14)
P. Gislon and P.P. Prosini

Chapter 8 - Ammonia Borane: Hydrolysis and Electrooxidation (pp. 15-16)
Umit B. Demirci and Philippe Miele

Chapter 9 - Metal Amidoboranes (pp. 17-18)
Hui Wu, Wei Zhou and Taner Yildirim

Chapter 10 - Conclusion and Outlook: Which Future for Boron Hydrides? (pp. 19-20)
Umit B. Demirci and Philippe Miele

Chapter 11 - Influence of Oxygen, Ozone and Chlorine on Spectral Characteristics of Water Clusters (pp. 21-22)
Alexander Y. Galashev

Chapter 12 - Heterogeneous Source of Chlorine in the Troposphere (pp. 23-24)
V. V. Zelenov and E. V. Aparina

Chapter 13 - Interaction of the Chlorine Dioxide with Some Organic Compounds (pp. 25-26)
N. N. Kabalnova and S. A. Grabovskiy

Chapter 14 - Chlorine Disinfection By-Products in Swimming Pools (pp. 27-28)
A. Joel M. Santos, Margarida S. Miranda and Joaquim C. G. Esteves da Silva

Chapter 15 - Hydration, Diffusion of Chlorine and Its Effects on Hydrogen Bonding Structure and Kinetics in Cryoprotective Agent Aqueous Solutions (pp. 29-30)
Cong Chen, Wei Zhong Li, Yong Chen Song, Lin Dong Weng and Ning Zhang

Chapter 16 - Active Chlorine and Chlorine Radicals Generation by Photoelectrochemical Oxidation of Chloride and Its Greater Efficiency in Organic Compounds Abatement (pp. 31-32)
Luciano Evangelista Fraga, Marc A. Anderson, Jeosadaque J. Sene and Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni

Chapter 17 - Electro-Optical and Thermophysical Properties of Chlorine (pp. 33-34)
Uwe Hohm and Milena Damyanova

Chapter 18 - Analytical Methods of Chlorine and the Substances Produced by the Chlorine Treatments (pp. 35-36)
S. Saputro, K. Yoshimura, K. Takehara, S. Matsuoka and Narsito

Chapter 19 - Chlorine in Water (pp. 37-38)
Ivan Kasik, Ondrej Podrazky, Jan Mrazek, Jan Aubrecht and Vlastimil Matejec

Chapter 20 - Wind Tunnel Simulation of Chlorine Dispersion over a Complex Terrain (pp. 39-40)
Zbyněk Jaňour, Klára Jurčáková, František Dittrt and Radka Kellnerova

Chapter 21 - A Comparative Study of Chest Imaging and Clinical Manifestations in Patients with Acute Chlorine Gas Poisoning (pp. 41-42)
Baiqiang Li, Danbing Shao, Shinan Nie, Wei Zhang, Hongmei Liu, Wenjie Tang, Baohua Xu, Yi Ren, Kang Wang and Haichen Sun

Chapter 22 - Oxydative Chlorination Catalysed by Substituted Iron Phthalocyanines (pp. 43-44)
O. L. Kaliya and T. M. Fedorova

Chapter 23 - Physiological Roles of Chlorine in Higher Plants (pp. 45-46)
Shinsuke Mori

Chapter 24 - Hybrid Vanadates, towards Metal-Organic Frameworks (pp. 47-48)
Edurne S. Larrea, Roberto Fernández de Luis, José L. Mesa, José L. Pizarro, M. Karmele Urtiaga, Teófilo Rojo and María I. Arriortua

Chapter 25 - Structure and Magnetic Properties of Mono - and Polynuclear Complexes Containing Rhenium(IV) (pp. 49-50)
Carlos Kremer and Raúl Chiozzone

Chapter 26 - The Applications of Metal Organic Frameworks in the Fields of Hydrogen Storage and Catalysis (pp. 51-52)
Yaoqi Li, Ping Son, Yan Li and Xingguo Li

Chapter 27 - MOF-Based Mixed-Matrix-Membranes for Industrial Applications (pp. 53-54)
Hoang Vinh-Thang and Serge Kaliaguine

Chapter 28 - Coordination Polymers: Opportunities in Heterogeneous Catalysis (pp. 55-56)
Francesc X. Llabrés i Xamena

Chapter 29 - High Pressure Gas Storage on Porous Solids: A Comparative Study of MOFs and Activated Carbons (pp. 57-58)
A. Linares-Solano, D. Cazorla-Amorós, J. P. Marco-Lozar and F. Suárez-García

Chapter 30 - Metal-Organic Frameworks for CO2 Capture: What are Learned from Molecular Simulations (pp. 59-60)
Jianwen Jiang

Chapter 31 - Halogen Bonding in the Assembly of High-Dimensional Supramolecular Coordination Polymers (pp. 61-62)
Ya-Juan Fan, Shuang-Quan Zang, Yong-Li Wei, Chen-Xia Du, and Hong-Wei Hou

Chapter 32 - Subtractive Approach for Introducing Functional Groups onto Metal–Organic Framework (pp. 63-64)
Teppei Yamada and Hiroshi Kitagawa

Chapter 33 - Performance of Metal-Organic Framework MIL-101 in the Liquid Phase Adsorption of Heterocyclic Nitrogen Compounds (pp. 65-66)
Alexey L. Nuzhdin, Konstantin A. Kovalenko, Vladimir P. Fedin and Galina A. Bukhtiyarova

Chapter 34 - Biological Removal of Nitrogen Compounds from Wastewaters: Conventional and Non-Conventional Processes (pp. 67-68)
Catarina S. A. Canto, Suzana M. Ratusznei, José A. D. Rodrigues, Marcelo Zaiat and Eugenio Foresti

Chapter 35 - Denitrification: Processes, Regulation and Ecological Significance (pp. 69-70)
Mehran Andalib, Ahmed Eldyasti, George Nakhla and Jesse Zhu

Chapter 36 - Effect of Bioaugmentation on the Enhanced Biological Denitrification in Subsurface Wastewater Infiltration System (SWIS) and Biofilter (pp. 71-72)
Zou Jinlong, Dai Ying, Yu Xiujuan and Xing Zi-Peng

Chapter 37 - Biofilm Reactors in Denitrification Processes (pp. 73-74)
P. Teixeira and R. Oliveira

Chapter 38 - Bio-Denitrification of High Strength Landfill Leachate Using Garden Refuse and Pine Bark as Carbon Sources (pp. 75-76)
Cristina Trois and Bjorn Plug

Chapter 39 - Design Ecological Treatment Systems for Nitrogen Removal Through Nitritation and Anammox (pp. 77-78)
Wendong Tao

Chapter 40 - Denitrification Applied to Wastewater Treatment: Processes, Regulation and Ecological Aspects (pp. 79-80)
G. González-Blanco, R. Beristain-Cardoso, F. Cuervo-López, F. J. Cervantes and J. Gómez

Chapter 41 - Effect of Sediment Redox Conditions on Relative Contributions of Bacteria and Fungi to Denitrification: A Review (pp. 81-82)
Dong Cheol Seo

Chapter 42 - Microbial Water Denitrification Stimulated by Electric Field: A Review (pp. 83-84
Venko N. Beschkov

Chapter 43 - Application of Nitrate Removal by Paddy Fields: An Overview (pp. 85-86)
Tomoki Takahashi and Rikiya Nira

Chapter 44 - Denitrification in Plant-Beneficial Bacteria: Genetic Aspects and Role in Plant–Bacterial Interactions (pp. 87-88)
Elena I. Katsy

Chapter 45 - Application of Microbial Consortium to Plant-Scale Sewage Treatment for Efficient Nitrogen Removal (pp. 89-90)
Joong Kyun Kim and Geon Lee

Chapter 46 - Denitrification Processes for Wastewater Treatment (pp. 91-92)
Ya-Juan Liu, Darren Delai Sun and Yu Liu

Chapter 47 - Preparation and Elemental Composition (pp. 93-94)
Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák, Josef Kozler and František Novák

Chapter 48 - FTIR Spectra (pp. 95-96)
Vladimír Machovič, František Novák, Libuše Madronová and Jaromír Novák

Chapter 49 - 13C NMR Spectra in the Liquid and Solid States (pp. 97-98)
Richard Hrabal, Jiří Brus, Libuše Madronová and František Novák

Chapter 50 - Determination of OH Groups by Wet Chemical Methods (pp. 99-100)
Pavel Kuráň, Pavel Janoš, Libuše Madronová and František Novák

Chapter 51 - Determination of Molecular Weights and Correlations with the E4/E6 Ratio (pp. 101-102)
Libuše Madronová, Pavel Janoš and František Novák

Chapter 52 - Thermal Analysis, Correlation between Physical and Chemical Properties of Humic Acids (pp. 103-104)
Jiří Kučerík, František Novák, Libuše Madronová and Jaromír Novák

Chapter 53 - Biological Activity Determination (pp. 105-106)
Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák, Jaroslav Kubíček, Barbora Antošová, Josef Kozler and František Novák

Chapter 54 - Oxidation of Coal-based Raw Materials by Nitric Acid (pp. 107-108)
Jaromír Novák, František Novák, Libuše Madronová, Vladimír Machovič and Josef Kozler

Chapter 55 - Electrocatalysis of Molybdenum-Containing Substrates for Fuel Cell Applications (pp. 109-110)
A. Camargo, M. Corengia, V. Díaz, S. Martínez, E. Téliz and C .F. Zinola

Chapter 56 - Production, Properties and Applications (pp. 111-112)
Peizhong Feng and Xiaohong Wang

Chapter 57 - Structure, Properties and Applications (pp. 113-114)
Sevdalina Turmanova and Krassimir Vassilev

Chapter 58 - Molybdenum-Containing Enzymes and their Applications (pp. 115-116)
F. Özde Ütkür and Bruno Bühler

Chapter 59 - Nano- and Microcrystals of Molybdenum Trioxide and Metal-matrix Composites on their Basis (pp. 117-118)
Tatyana V. Sviridova, Larysa I. Stepanova and Dmitry V. Sviridov

Chapter 60 - Molybdenum Compounds as Efficient Additives to Lubricants (pp. 119-120)
O. P. Parenago

Chapter 61 - The Role of Molybdenum as Catalyst Promoter in the Growth of Carbon Nanotubes (pp. 121-122)
Kim-Yang Lee, Choon-Ming Seah, Wei-Ming Yeoh, Siang-Piao Chai and Abdul Rahman Mohamed

Chapter 62 - V2O5- MoO3 System: Its Physicochemical and Catalytic Properties (pp. 123-124)
E. Wenda and A. Bielański

Chapter 63 - Tribology of MoS2 Nanoparticles in the Ambient and in Liquid Suspension (pp. 125-126)
S. K. Biswas and R. R. Sahoo

Chapter 64 - Understanding Nanoscale Phenomena Using Single Particle Mass Spectrometry and Improvement of its Performance: A Review (pp. 127-128)
Donggeun Lee, Kwang-Sung Lee, Sung-Woo Cho, Lei Zhou, Arthur Miller, Kihong Park and Michael R. Zachariah

Chapter 65 - Dielectric Response of Polar Solvent at an Electrode- Electrolyte Interface (pp. 129-130)
Om Prakash Thakur and Anjani Kumar Singh

Chapter 66 - An Open Field: Quantum Dynamics in Base Pair DNA Systems (pp. 131-132)
Giovanni Villani

Chapter 67 - Advanced Raman Spectroscopy for Counteracting Premature Wear Failure of Biomedical Polyethylene (pp. 133-134)
Leonardo Puppulin and Giuseppe Pezzotti

Chapter 68 - Ground State Isomerism and Dual Fluorescence of 2-Methyl-harmine Anhydronium Base (7-Methoxy-1, 2-Dimethyl-2H-Pyrido[3,4-B]Indole) in 2-Methylbutane and Other Aprotic Solvents (pp. 135-136)
Emilio García-Fernández, María A. Muñoz, Carmen Carmona and Manuel Balón

Chapter 69 - Chemical-Physical Properties of Bioprotectant-Biomolecule Systems (pp. 137-138)
S. Magazù, F. Migliardo, D. Barreca, E. Bellocco, G. Galli and G. Laganà

Chapter 70 - Chemical Physics of Phonons and Superconductivity: An Heuristic Approach (pp. 139-140)
Michael J. Bucknum and Eduardo A. Castro

Chapter 71 - A Review Paper on Erucamide: Its Synthesis, Physical and Chemical Properties (pp. 141-142)
Neelam Rani, Pallavi Jain and Mu. Naushad

Chapter 72 - Computer Molecular Modelling with Experimental Studies, of Pyrolysis Chemistry of Low-Rank Coals Containing Inorganic Complexes and Catalytic Steam Gasification (pp. 143-144)
George Domazetis, Bruce D. James and John Liesegang

Chapter 73 - Double Rare-Earth - Boron Submonolayer to Multilayer Adsorbed Films as a Prototype of Rare-Earth Hexaboride Surface (pp. 145-146)
T. T. Magkoev, I. V. Tvauri, A. M. Turiev, N. I. Tsidaeva, D. F. Remar and K. Fukutani

Chapter 74 - Optimization of Polymer Solar Cells: An Approach to Increase the Open Circuit Voltage (pp. 147-148)
P. Morvillo and E. Bobeico

Chapter 75 - Wood Pyrolysis: Influence of Pyrolysis Temperature and Heating Rate on Charcoal Properties and Pyrolysis Process (pp. 149-150)
Nestor Tancredi, Andrés Cuña and Maria Irene Yoshida

Chapter 76 - Nitration of Cellulose and Performance of Cellulose Nitrate Based Adhesives for Selected Substrates (pp. 151-152)
F. N. Emengo, J. K. C. Nduka and E. O. Onwu

Chapter 77 - Phonon Dynamics of Fe-Based Glassy Alloys (pp. 153-154)
Aditya M. Vora

Chapter 78 - Vibrational Dynamics of Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses (pp. 155-156)
Aditya M. Vora

Chapter 79 - Way from Physical Nonequilibrium to Biological Evolution (pp. 157-158)
Vladimir Kompanichenko

Chapter 80 - The Structure of Phosphate, Alkali Phosphate, Borate and Alkali Borate Glasses (pp. 159-160)
Mehdi Mirzayi

Chapter 81 - Selected Aspects of Theoretical Physics and Organic Chemistry (pp. 161-162)
V. Babkin, G. Zaikov, V. Titova, T. Peresypkina and O. Ponomarev

Chapter 82 - Silica Nanoparticle as Carrier for Biosensing (pp. 163-164)
Jing Qian and Songqin Liu

Chapter 83 - Reactivity of Inorganic Radicals and Excited Triplet States in Colloidal Silica Suspensions (pp. 165-166)
Valeria B. Arce, Paula Caregnato, Mónica C. Gonzalez and Daniel O. Mártire

Chapter 84 - Multifunctional Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Controlled Drug Delivery, Multimodal Imaging and Simultaneous Imaging and Drug Delivery (pp. 167-168)
Juan L. Vivero-Escoto

Chapter 85 - Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as a Drug Delivery System (pp. 169-170)
Dennis Douroumis, Ichioma Onyesom, Mohammed Maniruzzaman and Mark Edwards

Chapter 86 - Silica-Based Hybrid Nanomaterials with Well-Defined Architectures (pp. 171-172)
Haiqing Li and Il Kim

Chapter 87 - Functional Silica Nanoparticles Synthesized by Water-in-Oil Microemulsion (pp. 173-174)
Tangi Aubert, Stéphane Cordier and Fabien Grasset

Chapter 88 - Biomedical Applications of Nanosilica (pp. 175-176)
Seyed Shahabeddin Mirsasaani, Maedeh Hajipour Manjili, Farhad Ghomi, Seyed Mohammadreza Mousavi, Nasimsadat Mousavi and Masoud Mozafari

Chapter 89 - Monodisperse Luminescent Silica Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization and Application to the DNA Microarray Technology (pp. 177-178)
F. Enrichi

Chapter 90 - Degree of Dispersion and Coagulation of Silica Nanoparticles Determined by Using an Electric Field (pp. 179-180)
Akira Otsuki

Chapter 91 - Temperature-Responsive DNA-Capped Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles Based Delivery System (pp. 181-182)
Juan L. Vivero-Escoto and Victor S.-Y. Lin

Chapter 92 - Role of Reactivity of Transition Elements in Life (pp. 183-184)
Mohamed Fikry Ragai Fouda, Omar Mohamed Abdel-Salam and Afaf Ezzat

Chapter 93 - Nonlinear Optical Properties of Transition Metal Nanoparticles Synthesized by Ion Implantation (pp. 185-186)
Andrey L. Stepanov

Chapter 94 - Self-Organization of the Nanocrystalline Structure and Radiation Resistance of Structural Materials (pp. 187-188)
V. P. Kolotushkin and A. A. Parfenov

Chapter 95 - Transition Metal Complexes of Schiff Base Ligands of 3-Formylsalicylic Acid: Synthetic Pathways and Useful Properties (pp. 189-190)
Saikat Sarkar and Kamalendu Dey

Chapter 96 - Structural and Magnetic Characterization of Cu-Picolinate and Cu-Quinaldinate Molecular Systems (pp. 191-192)
Bogumiła Żurowska

Chapter 97 - Review: Transition Metals in Medicine (pp. 193-194)
Hanan F. Abdel-Halim

Chapter 98 - Application of Transition Metals as Active Compounds in Separation Techniques (pp. 195-198)
Iwona Rykowska and Wiesław Wasiak

Chapter 99 - Chromium Pigment (pp. 199-200)
Mohammad Fikry Ragai Fouda , Hanan F. Abdel-Halim and Samia Abdul Raouf Mostafa

Chapter 100 - Transition Metals: Bioinorganic and Redox Reactions in Biological Systems (pp. 201-202)
Marisa G. Repetto and Alberto Boveris

Chapter 101 - Hydrodesulfurization of Dibenzothiophene Over Various CoMoP/Al2O3 Sulfide Catalysts Prepared from Co and Mo Phosphoric Acids (pp. 203-204)
Masatoshi Nagai, Yuki Nakamura and Shoji Kurata

Chapter 102 - Mixed Transition Metal Acetylides with Different Metals Connected by Carbon-Rich Bridging Units: On the Way to Hetero-Multimetallic Organometallics (pp. 205-206)
Heinrich Lang and Alexander Jakob

Chapter 103 - Reactivity of Unstable Chemicals in the Presence of Transition Metals (pp. 207-208)
Mieko Kumasaki

Chapter 104 - Polyaniline: Synthesis, Characterization and Gas Sensing Applications (pp. 209-210)
Vikas B. Patil

Chapter 105 - Polyaniline Deposition on Aluminium Alloys: Synthesis, Characterisation and Applications (pp. 211-212)
Teresa To and Paul A. Kilmartin

Chapter 106 - Sonochemical Synthesis of Functional Hybrid Nanomaterials Containing Polyaniline and their Applications (pp. 213-214)
S. S. Barkade, B. A. Bhanvase and S. H. Sonawane

Chapter 107 - Structure Control Synthesis of Polyaniline Materials Using Electrochemical and Chemical Polymerizations in Unique Reaction Fields and Media (pp. 215-216)
Mahito Atobe

Chapter 108 - Electrochemical Doping of Polyaniline Using Bipolar Electrodes (pp. 217-218)
Shinsuke Inagi, Naoki Shida and Toshio Fuchigami

Chapter 109 - Recent Advances in the Approach of Polyaniline As Electrode Material for Supercapacitors (pp. 219-220)
Singu Bal Sydulu and Srinivasan Palaniappan

Chapter 110 - Polyaniline: A Fascinating Matrix for Composite Materials (pp. 221-222)
Md. Abu Bin Hasan Susan, Md. Sirajul Islam, M. Muhibur Rahman and M. Yousuf A. Mollah

Chapter 111 - Electrospun Nanofibers of Polyaniline-Carbon Black Composite for Conductive Electrode Applications (pp. 223-224)
Sujith Kalluri, A. M. Asha, S. Parvathy, Taik Nam Kim, N. Sivakumar, K. R. V. Subramanian, Shantikumar V. Nair and A. Balakrishnan

Chapter 112 - Biphasic Electropolymerization of Polyaniline-Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite (pp. 225-226)
Monika Srivastava, Ashish Kumar, Bhavana Gupta, Sanjay K. Srivastava and Rajiv Prakash

Chapter 113 - Polyaniline: A Promising Precursor Material for Membrane Technology Applications (pp. 227-228)
Evangelos P. Favvas and Sergios K. Papageorgiou

Chapter 114 - Polyaniline-Based Sensors for Gas Detection (pp. 229-230)
Shengxue Yang and Jian Gong

Chapter 115 - Anticorrosive Properties of Polyaniline (pp. 231-232)
Ali Olad and Azam Rashidzadeh

Chapter 116 - Polyaniline and Removal of Pollutants (pp. 233-234)
Ali Olad and Azam Rashidzadeh

Chapter 117 - Biomedical Applications of Polyaniline (pp. 235-236)
Ali Olad and Fahimeh Farshi Azhar

Chapter 118 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Terpene-menthol by Method Ab Initio (Nobel Prize 1910, Оttо Wallach) (pp. 237-238)
V. A. Babkin, А. В. Tsykanov and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 119 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Ammonia by Method Ab Initio (Nobel Prize 1918, Fritz Haber) (pp. 239-240)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 120 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule α- terpineol by Method MNDO (Nobel Prize 1910, Оttо Wallach) (pp. 241-242)
V. A. Babkin and А. В. Tsykanov

Chapter 121 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Dinitrocellulose by Method MNDO (pp. 243-244)
V. A. Babkin and А. В. Tsykanov

Chapter 122 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Acetyl Chloride by Method MNDO (pp. 245-246)
V. A. Babkin and V. Yu. Dmitriev

Chapter 123 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 4-methyl-2,6,7,3-oxa-1-fosfabicyclo[2,2,2]octane by Method MNDO (pp. 247-248)
V. A. Babkin and V. Yu. Dmitriev

Chapter 124 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Dimethylhydrazine by Method Ab Initio (pp. 249-250)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 125 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Hydrogen Peroxide by Method Ab Initio (pp. 251-252)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 126 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Adenine by Method Ab Initio (pp. 253-254)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev, E. S. Titova and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 127 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Guanine by Method Ab Initio (pp. 255-256)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev, E. S. Titova and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 128 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Dekene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 257-258)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 129 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Nonene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 259-260)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 130 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Octene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 261-262)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 131 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Dekene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 263-264)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 132 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Nonene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 265-266)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 133 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Octene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 267-268)
V. A. Babkin, V. Yu. Dmitriev and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 134 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 3-methylpentene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 269-270)
V. A. Babkin and V. V. Galenkin

Chapter 135 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 3-methylpentene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 271-272)
V. A. Babkin and V. V. Galenkin

Chapter 136 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 5-methylhexene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 273-274)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 137 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 5-methylheptene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 275-276)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 138 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 6-methylheptene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 277-278)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 139 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-ethylebutene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 279-280)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 140 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2,3-dimethylbutene-1 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 281-282)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 141 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-ethylebutene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 283-284)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 142 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2,3-dimethylbutene-1 by Method MNDO (pp. 285-286)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 143 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Trans-3-methylpentadiene-1,3 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 287-288)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 144 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Cis-3-methylpentadiene-1,3 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 289-290)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 145 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 4-methylpentadiene-1,3 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 291-292)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 146 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2, 4-dimethylpentadiene-1,3 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 293-294)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 147 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 1,1,4,4-tetramethylbutadiene-1,3 by Method Ab Initio (pp. 295-296)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 148 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Mircen by Method Ab Initio (pp. 297-298)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 149 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Cis-3-methylpentadiene-1,3 by Method MNDO (pp. 299-300)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 150 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 4-methylpentadiene-1,3 by Method MNDO (pp. 301-302)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 151 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 1,1,4,4-tetramethylbutadiene-1,3 by Method MNDO (pp. 303-304)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 152 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Mircen by Method MNDO (pp. 305-306)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 153 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-phenylbutadiene-1,3 by Method MNDO (pp. 307-308)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 154 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Trans-p-metoxi-β-methystyrene by Method MNDO (pp. 309-310)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 155 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Cis-β-n-propilstyrene by Method MNDO (pp. 311-312)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 156 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Cis-p-etoxi-β-methylstyrene by Method MNDO (pp. 313-314)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 157 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Trans-p-etoxi-β-methylstyrene by Method MNDO (pp. 315-316)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 158 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 1,4 -(1,1´-diindenyl)trans-butene-2 by Method MNDO (pp. 317-318)
V. A. Babkin and I. N. Kozlov

Chapter 159 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 1,2 -(3,3´-diindenyl)butan by Method MNDO (pp. 319-320)
V. A. Babkin and I. N. Kozlov

Chapter 160 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 1,2-(3,3´-diindenyl)etan by Method MNDO (pp. 321-322)
V. A. Babkin and I. N. Kozlov

Chapter 161 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-(bicyclo[2,2,1]heptan)propene by Method Ab Initio (pp. 323-324)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 162 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-vinilbicyclo[2,2,1]heptan by Method Ab Initio (pp. 325-326)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 163 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-methylene-3,3-dimethylbicyclo[2,2,1]heptane by Method Ab Initio (pp. 327-328)
V. A. Babkin and D. S. Andreev

Chapter 164 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule 2-methylbicyclo[2,2,1] Heptane by Method Ab Initio (pp. 329-330)
V.A. Babkin and D.S. Andreev

Chapter 165 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Ethylcyclopropane by Method Ab Initio (pp. 331-332)
V. A. Babkin, D. S. Andreev and E. S. Titova

Chapter 166 - Geometrical and Electronic Structure of Molecule Cyclopropane by Method Ab Initio (pp. 333)
V. A. Babkin, D. S. Andreev and E. S. Titova

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