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Type: Thesis
Title: Some unusual, astronomically significant organic molecules / by Salvatore Peppe.
Author: Peppe, Salvatore
Issue Date: 2002
School/Discipline: Dept. of Chemistry
Abstract: Experimental and theoretical studies were carried out on a number of unusual organic molecules of potential astronomical significance. The experimental work was corroborated by various theoretical approaches and by utilising computer-based quantum chemical calculations. Various covalently bound, anionic and neutral oxocarbon species were formed and studied. Additionally, two analogous heterocumulenic systems were investigated. Some isomers of either system, when energised, were shown to undergo gas-phase rearrangement processes.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Chemistry, 2002
Subject: Quantum chemistry.
Interstellar molecules.
Description: Appendix inside back cover.
"June 2002"
Bibliography: leaves 157-168.
x, 168, [19] leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
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