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Title: Symmetry of dimanganese decacarbonyl with D₄d point group
Authors: Gholami, Ahmad
Ashrafi, Reza
Issue Date: Feb-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Let G be a weighted graph with the adjacency matrix A = [aij]. An Euclidean graph associated to a molecule is defined by a weighted graph with the adjacency matrix D = [dij], where for i  j, dij is the Euclidean distance between the nuclei i and j. In this matrix dii can be taken as zero if all the nuclei are equivalent. Otherwise, one may introduce different weights for different nuclei. Balasubramanian computed the Euclidean graphs and its automorphism groups for benzene, eclipsed and staggered forms of ethane and eclipsed and staggered forms of ferrocene (Chem Phys Lett, 232 (1995) 415-423). In this work, a simple method is described by means of which it is possible to calculate the automorphism group of weighted graphs. We apply this method to compute the symmetry of dimanganese decacarbonyl with D₄d point group.
Page(s): 225-227
ISSN: 0376-4710
Source:IJC-A Vol.47A(02) [February 2008]

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