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Aromaticity - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128227237, 9780128227435

Aromaticity

1st Edition

Modern Computational Methods and Applications

Editor: Israel Fernandez
eBook ISBN: 9780128227435
Paperback ISBN: 9780128227237
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 14th May 2021
Page Count: 516
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Description

Evaluating the aromaticity of a molecular system and the influence of this concept on its properties is a crucial step in the development of novel aromatic systems. Modern computational methods can provide researchers with a high level of insight into such aromaticity, but identifying the most appropriate method for assessing a specific system can prove difficult. Aromaticity: Modern Computational Methods and Applications reviews the latest state-of-the-art computational methods in this field and discusses their applicability for evaluating the aromaticity of a system.

In addition to covering aromaticity for typical organic molecules, this volume also explores systems possessing transition metals in their structures, macrocycles and even transition structures. The influence of the aromaticity on the properties of these species (including the structure, magnetic properties and reactivity) is highlighted, along with potential applications in fields including materials science and medicinal chemistry. Finally, the controversial and fuzzy nature of aromaticity as a concept is discussed, providing the basis for an updated and more comprehensive definition of this concept.

Drawing on the knowledge of an international team of experts, Aromaticity: Modern Computational Methods and Applications is a unique guide for anyone researching, studying or applying principles of aromaticity in their work, from computational and organic chemists to pharmaceutical and materials scientists.

Key Features

  • Reviews a range of computational methods to assess the aromatic nature of different compounds, helping readers select the most useful tool for the system they are studying
  • Presents a complete guide to the key concepts and fundamental principles of aromaticity
  • Provides guidance on identifying which variables should be modified to tune the properties of an aromatic system for different potential applications

Readership

Computational and organic chemists, researchers interested in aromaticity, experimental chemists working on aromatic compounds, and materials scientists

Table of Contents

  1. Aromaticity in molecules and transition structures: from atomic and molecular orbitals to simple ring current models
  2. Overview of the computational methods to assess aromaticity
  3. Molecular geometry as a source of electronic structure of π-electron systems and their physicochemical properties
  4. NICS—nucleus-independent chemical shift
  5. Current density, current-density pathways, and molecular aromaticity
  6. Quantifying aromaticity according to the energetic criterion
  7. Aromaticity descriptors based on electron delocalization
  8. The electron density of delocalized bonds (EDDBs) as a measure of local and global aromaticity
  9. Conceptual density functional theory and aromaticity
  10. Antiaromatic compounds: a brief history, applications, and the many ways they escape antiaromaticity
  11. Cycloaromatization reactions
  12. Baird aromaticity in excited states and open-shell ground states
  13. Global aromaticity in 2D macrocyclic polyradicaloids and 3D fully conjugated molecular cages
  14. Spherical aromaticity in inorganic chemistry

Details

No. of pages:
516
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2021
Published:
14th May 2021
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780128227435
Paperback ISBN:
9780128227237

About the Editor

Israel Fernandez

Dr. Israel Fernandez (Madrid, 1977) studied Chemistry at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). After obtaining his PhD degree (with honors) under the supervision of Prof. M. A. Sierra, he joined the Theoretical and Computational Chemistry group of Prof. G. Frenking at the Philipps-Universität Marburg as a postdoctoral researcher. He received several awards including the Julián Sanz del Río award and the Barluenga's medal. At present, he is Profesor Titular at the UCM. His current research is focused on both the bonding situation of organic and organometallic compounds and their reactivity.

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Organic Chemistry, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

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