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Jennings, D.A., Evenson, K.M., Zink, L.R., Demuynck, C., Destombes, J.L., Lemoine, B. and Johns, J.W.C. (1987) High Resolution Spectroscopy of HF from 40 to 1100 cm-1: Highly Accurate Rotational Constants. Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 122, 477-480.
https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-2852(87)90021-X

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  • TITLE: A Graph Theoretical Interpretation of Different Types of Energies of Elementary Particles, Atoms and Molecules

    AUTHORS: Jorge Galvez

    KEYWORDS: Graph Theory, Energy, Particles, Atoms, Molecules

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol.9 No.2, May 22, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The present work illustrates a predictive method, based on graph theory, for different types of energy of subatomic particles, atoms and molecules, to be specific, the mass defect of the first thirteen elements of the periodic table, the rotational and vibrational energies of simple molecules (such as , H2, FH and CO) as well as the electronic energy of both atoms and molecules (conjugated alkenes). It is shown that such a diverse group of energies can be expressed as a function of few simple graph-theoretical descriptors, resulting from assigning graphs to every wave function. Since these descriptors are closely related to the topology of the graph, it makes sense to wonder about the meaning of such relation between energy and topology and suggests points of view helping to formulate novel hypotheses about this relation.