Special Issue "Spectroscopic Aspects of Noncovalent Interactions"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2020).
Interests: My scientific research is focused on investigations using quantum chemical computational methods of selected properties of complexes stabilized by noncovalent interactions assigned to the following types: hydrogen, halogen, chalcogen, pnicogen, tetrel, aerogen, or triel bond.
Interests: Noncovalent bonds with particular emphasis on H-bonds and proton transfers occurring within them, halogen, chalcogen, pnicogen, and tetrel bonds. The applications of these bonds to biochemical structure and function is of special interest.
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The replacement of the bridging H atom in H-bonds by a variety of other, more electronegative, atoms has led to a great deal of accumulating information concerning the related noncovalent bonds, generally known as halogen, chalcogen, pnicogen, and tetrel bonds. The newly acquired information from quantum chemical calculations has a natural overlap with experimental information in the area of spectral data. This Special Issue is dedicated to this overlap with the hope that computational and experimental studies can find a mutual synergy, act as a check on one another, and together provide profound insights into the fundamental nature of all of these interactions.
Dr. Wiktor Zierkiewicz
Prof. Dr. Steve Scheiner
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- Noncovalent bonds
- Halogen bonds
- Chalcogen bonds
- Pnicogen bonds
- Tetrel bonds
- IR and Raman spectra
- NMR spectra