Theoretical Study Of Non-Covalent Interactions In Benzene And Substituted Benzene
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Theoretical Study Of Non-Covalent Interactions In Benzene And Substituted Benzene

The role of non-covalent interaction in various physical, chemical, and biochemical processes are well known and, hence, have attracted many researchers towards their nature . This has become one of the recent and major interests for computational chemistry to understand and characterize varieties of non-covalent interaction. Among these noncovalent interactions, the hydrogen bond is mostly analyzed due to its critical role in stabilizing various supramolecular framework, in proton transfer reactions, crystal engineering, and others .  However, recently halogen-substituted (mostly fluorine)...

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