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A Simple Formula for Evaluation of the Condensed Fukui's Function in Armchair Molecular Models of Nanotubes

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Based on the Huckel type theory the derivation of a simple expression for evaluation of the condensed Fukui's function for the molecular models of n,n single wall carbon nanotubes was described. The predicted condensed Fukui's function are in good agreement with the DFT:B3LYP/631G(d) values. An extension of the present theory for radical reactions is presented.
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Keywords: ARMCHAIR NANOTUBES; CONDENSED FUKUI'S FUNCTION; HUCKEL; SYMMETRY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-11-01

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