Special Issue "Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonding 2017"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 February 2017)
The study of H-bonds goes back many years, and much is known about this phenomenon. However, the bulk of experimental and theoretical work has addressed H-bonds between separate molecules. When the H-bond is intramolecular, occurring within the context of a single molecule, it becomes much more difficult to extract even some of the fundamental properties, and, indeed, to even be sure if such a H-bond is actually present. This Special Issue will focus on intramolecular H-bonds; what is known about them, both experimentally and theoretically, and how such bonds can be identified and analyzed.
Prof. Dr. Steve Scheiner
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• molecular structure
• quantum calculations
• spectral features