Huckel

Hüc·kel

(hu'kĕl),
Erich, German physicist, 1896-1984. See: Hückel rule.
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As is well known, conjugated hydrocarbon molecules considered in the Huckel molecule orbit theory are usually represented by the carbon-atom skeleton graphs, of which all vertices have degrees less than four.
Triantafilis J, Huckel AI, Odeh IOA (2001) Comparison of statistical prediction methods for estimating field-scale clay content using different combinations of ancillary variables.
The company said Dr Huckel, a founding shareholder and director since its formation in January 2002, passed away on 13 December 2014.
The fifth questionnaire was the Anderson's version (Anderson, Benjamin, Wood & Bonacci, 2006) of the Velicer Attitudes Toward Violence Scale ([VATVS], Velicer, Huckel & Hansen, 1989).
11) es la ecuacion de Poisson-Boltzmann [Gouy 1910], [Chapman 1913], [Debye, Huckel 1923], [Verwey, Overbeek 1948], que describe la teoria de campo medio para el plasma de dos componentes.
Para mencionar uno de los primeros casos, se conoce que tres anos despues de que Heisenberg realizara sus postulados, Erich Huckel, quimico y fisico aleman, desarrollo metodos simplificados basados en la mecanica cuantica para analizar la estructura de moleculas organicas.
Huckel 's molecular orbital theory is a convenient method of expressing the energy levels generated by the p- orbitals of carbon atoms.
Huckel (1896-1980) en 1923, que explica la reaccion quimica de los electrolitos en disolucion.
The authors acknowledge Mr Andrew Huckel, who carried out the MESS survey and coring, and Drs Ranjith Subasinghe, Raj Singh Malik, and Mohammad Faruque Ahmed for their laboratory determination of clay content, [EC.
In this note we reporta crude model Green-function calculation of graphene electronic properties within the Huckel [[pi]-orbital theory.