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Permutational isomers on a molecular skeleton with neighbor-excluding ligands

Permutational isomers of ligands substituted on a molecular skeleton are studied under a condition on the ligand placement which excludes a second ligand of the same type at a neighboring skeletal site. General theory to treat such a circumstance is developed to identify a correspondence between iso... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 2009, Vol.45(4), pp.892-909
Main Author: Klein, D.
Other Authors: Ryhzov, A. , Rosenfeld, V.
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0259-9791 ; E-ISSN: 1572-8897 ; DOI: 10.1007/s10910-008-9461-9
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title: Permutational isomers on a molecular skeleton with neighbor-excluding ligands
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  • Klein, D.
  • Ryhzov, A.
  • Rosenfeld, V.
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  • Symmetry
  • Isomers
  • Enumeration
  • Permutations
  • Double cosets
  • Exclusionary ligation
  • Hexamalono-buckminsterfullerene
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description: Permutational isomers of ligands substituted on a molecular skeleton are studied under a condition on the ligand placement which excludes a second ligand of the same type at a neighboring skeletal site. General theory to treat such a circumstance is developed to identify a correspondence between isomers and suitable double cosets of groups involving permutations of ligands amongst skeletal sites. Then this theory is illustratively applied for a selection of skeletons, including an experimentally realized hexamalono-buckminsterfullerene skeleton, with 12 ligation locations.
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abstractPermutational isomers of ligands substituted on a molecular skeleton are studied under a condition on the ligand placement which excludes a second ligand of the same type at a neighboring skeletal site. General theory to treat such a circumstance is developed to identify a correspondence between isomers and suitable double cosets of groups involving permutations of ligands amongst skeletal sites. Then this theory is illustratively applied for a selection of skeletons, including an experimentally realized hexamalono-buckminsterfullerene skeleton, with 12 ligation locations.
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