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Nichols, W. B. (1957). , Reamer, H. H., Sage, B. H. , A. I.Ch.E. J., 3, 262  [c.210]

A. B. Anderson and J. A. Nichols, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 108, 4742 (1986).  [c.750]

Simons J and Nichols J 1997 Quantum Mechanics In Chemistry (New York Oxford)  [c.52]

Nichols J A, Kendall R A and Cole S J and Simons J 1991 J. Rhys. Chem. 95 1074  [c.882]

Simons J and Nichols J 1997 Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry (New York Oxford University Press)  [c.1002]

Simons J and Nichols J 1997 Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry (New York Oxford)  [c.1005]

Nicholls, A., Honig, B. A rapid finite difference algorithm, utilizing successive over-relaxation to solve the Poisson-Boltzmann equation. J. Comp. Chem. 12 (1991) 435-445.  [c.195]

B. Honig, A. Nicholls, Science 1995, 268, 1144-1149.  [c.374]

SP (Graphical Representation and Analysis of Surface Properties) A Nicholls, Columbia University, New York, USA.  [c.18]

Honig B and A Nicholls 1995. Classical Electrostatics in Biology and Chemistry. Science 268 1144-1149  [c.651]

The general class of free boundary flow problems can, however, be modelled using the volume of fluid (VOF) approach (Nichols et ai, 1980). The main concept in this technique is to solve, simultaneously with the governing flow equations, an additional equation that represents the unknown boundary. Three different versions of this method are described in the following sections.  [c.101]

It is possible (see, for example, J. Nichols, H. E. Taylor, P. Schmidt, and J. Simons, J. Chem. Phys. 92, 340 (1990) and references therein) to remove from H the zero eigenvalues that correspond to rotation and translation and to thereby produce a Hessian matrix whose eigenvalues correspond only to internal motions of the system. After doing so, the number of negative eigenvalues of H can be used to characterize the nature of the  [c.515]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.17]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.28]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.39]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.46]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.90]

J. Simons, J. Nichols, Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry Oxford, Oxford (1997).  [c.96]

Thanks go to Dr. Michael McKee at Auburn University and the Alabama Research and Education Network, both of which allowed software to be tested on their computers. Thanks are also due the Nichols Research Corporation and Computer Sciences Corporation and particularly Scott von Laven and David Ivey for being so tolerant of employees engaged in such job-related extracurricular activities.  [c.399]

D. H. Lloyd and D. E. Nichols, Tetrahedron Lett. 24. 4561 (1983).  [c.10]

D. H. Lloyd and D. E. Nichols, J. Org. Chem., 51. 4294 (19861.  [c.10]

A. S, Inglis, P. W. Nicholls, and P. M. Strike. J. Chromatogr., 107(1), 73 (1975> Chem Ahstr., 83, 4075.  [c.559]

Banerjee, A., Adams, N., Simons, J., and Shepard, R., J. Phys. Chem. 87, 52(1985) Simons, J., Nichols, J., Int. J. Quantum Chem., Quantum Chem. Symp. 24, 263(1990)  [c.67]

Michael Janusa Nicholls State University J. David Jenkins Georgia Southern University  [c.816]

D. W. Armstrong, Y. Tang, T. Ward, andM. Nichols,Chem. 65, 1114 (1993).  [c.73]

S. Oglesby, Jr., and G. B. Nichols, Electrostatic Precipitation, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1978, pp. 132—155 resistivity and conditioning discussion.  [c.417]

C. H. Nichols, Evaluation of Technologies to Produce Nitroguanidine, TR 4566, PTA, Dover, N.J., 1974.  [c.28]

R. J. Nichols, "AppHcations of Alternative Fuels," SAE Special Publication SP-531, Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale, Pa., Nov. 1982.  [c.98]

W. Forsyth, M Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees, Nichols Son, London, 1802.  [c.114]

D. E. Traut, I. L. Nichols, and D. C. Seidel, U.S. Bureau of Mines Feport Investigation, RI 8282, 1978, Washiagton, D.C., 29 pp.  [c.389]

R. Terrell Nichols Ford Motor Company  [c.530]

Whiting E E, Schadee A, Tatum J B, Hougen J T and Nicholls R W 1980 Recommended conventions for defining transition moments and intensity factors in diatomic molecular spectra J. Moiec. Spectrosc. 80 249-56  [c.2087]

Assistance with the illustrations for the second edition was provided by Drs R Groot, S McGrother and V Milman. Many of the figures from the first edition are also included here and so 1 would like to thank again Dr S E Greasley, Dr M M Harm, Dr H Jhoti, Dr S N Jordan, Professor G R Luckhurst, Dr P M McMeekin, Dr A Nicholls, Dr P Popelier, Dr A Robinson and Dr T E Klein.  [c.17]

A wide variety of problems have been studied using the finite difference Poisson-Boltzmann (FDPB) method. In addition to the numerical values that the method can provide, significant insights can often be gleaned by graphical examination of the electrostatic potential around the molecule [Honig and Nicholls 1995]. It is often found that the electrostatic potential around a protein calculated using the FDPB method differs significantly from that obtained with a uniform dielectric model. The location of the charged and polar groups in the protein and the shape of the molecule (which determines the shape of the boundary between the regions of high and low dielectric) significantly influence the shape of the potential. Tliis  [c.622]

Nichols, B. D., Hirt, C. W. and Hitchkiss, R. S., 1980. SOLA-VOF a solution algorithm for transient fluid flow with multiple free surface boundaries. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratories Report No. La-8355, Los Alamos, NM.  [c.109]

This will work just as well in converting benzaldehyde to pro-penylbenzene as it will in converting piperonal. This is like the millionth method Strike has pulled from the reference 19. This was the most street-applicable article Strike has ever come across, but the greatest thing about this article s recipes is that THEY WORK Strike means to say they work big time A lot of this has to do, no doubt, with the fact that the most accomplished amphetamine chemists co-authored the work Drs. Shulgin and Nichols.  [c.245]

S. Oglesby, Jr., and G. B. Nichols, "A Manual of Electrostatic Precipitator Technology," NHS Report PB196380, Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Ala., 1970.  [c.416]

H. W. Spencer, 111, and G. B. Nichols, "A Study of Rappiug Re-entrainment ia a Large Pilot Electrostatic Precipitator," Preprint 76-42.5, 68th MPCA. MnnualMeeting Portland, Oregon, June 27—July 1, 1976.  [c.417]

D. E. Nichols, P. C. WiUiamson, and D. R. Waggoner, paper presented at The Steenbock-Kettering International Symposium on Nitrogen Fixation, Madison, Wis., June 12-16, 1978.  [c.248]

D. E. Traut, N. M. T. El Hazek, G. R. Palmer, and I. L. Nichols, U.S. Bureau of Miues, Report Investigation RI 8328, 1979, Washiagton, D.C., 13  [c.389]

J. M. Domagala, C. L. Heifetz, T. F. Mich, andJ. B. Nichols, / Med. Chem. 29, 445 (1986).  [c.457]


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