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Papers of 1988

  1. 18. Why does UMP perturbation theory converge so slowly for spin-contaminated wavefunctions? PMW Gill, JA Pople, L Radom, RH Nobes J Chem Phys 89 (1988) 7307
  2. 17. Simple models for describing the fragmentation of multiply charged cations L Radom, PMW Gill, MW Wong Int J Quantum Chem, Symp. 22 (1988) 567
  3. 16. Semiempirical MO theory of cationic intermediates in solvolysis of 1-halobicyclo[n.1.1]alkanes EW Della, PMW Gill, CH Schiesser J Org Chem 53 (1988) 4354
  4. 15. How well can RMP4 theory treat homolytic fragmentations? PMW Gill, MW Wong, RH Nobes, L Radom Chem Phys Lett 148 (1988) 541
  5. 14. The ACDCP model for fragmentation of a diatomic dication PMW Gill, L Radom Chem Phys Lett 147 (1988) 213
  6. 13. How does a dication lose a proton? PMW Gill, L Radom J Am Chem Soc 110 (1988) 5311
  7. 12. 6-311G(MC)(d,p): A second-row analogue of the 6-311G(d,p) basis set MW Wong, PMW Gill, RH Nobes, L Radom J Phys Chem 92 (1988) 4875
  8. 11. Structures and stabilities of singly charged three-electron hemibonded systems PMW Gill, L Radom J Am Chem Soc 110 (1988) 4931
  9. 10. An algorithm for the location of branching points on reaction paths J Baker, PMW Gill J Comput Chem 9 (1988) 465
  10. 9. Fragmentation mechanisms for multiply-charged cations L Radom, PMW Gill, MW Wong, in The structure of small molecules and ions (Plenum, New York, 1988)
  11. 8. Multiply-charged cations: Remarkable structures and stabilities L Radom, PMW Gill, MW Wong, RH Nobes Pure Appl Chem 60 (1988) 183