A new intermolecular potential for hydrazine clusters: Structures and spectra

Beu, T.A.; Buck, U.; Siebers, J.G.; Wheatley, R.J.
May 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;5/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p6795
Academic Journal
Calculates the structure of small hydrazine clusters from the dimmer to the hexamer using a standard site-site intermolecular potential and a systematic approach based on monomer properties. Multipolar electrostatic energy; Induction and dispersion energy; Repulsion energy; Penetration energy.


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