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Total π Electron Energy of Linear Acenes Nanostructure

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Moletronics is a branch of nanoelectronic that considers the use of small groups of molecules in nanoscale. A family of organic molecules that has been highly regarded in Moletronics and nanoscale are Acenes with the chemical formula C4n+2 H2n+4. Since the identification and analysis of nanostructures, especially in large Acenes need high money and time, a model for predicting the physical and electronic properties is of special importance. Topological indices that were introduced during the studies on the molecular graphs in chemistry can describe and predict some chemical, physical, electronic of the molecules. This paper explains and proves some theorem and then examines topological index F (G) in the linear Acenes family. It is tried to provide an appropriate model to determine the amounts of total π electron energy in the family, and especially for the members where the number of loops are high.


International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 64)
A. A. Khakpoor "Total π Electron Energy of Linear Acenes Nanostructure", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 64, pp. 110-115, 2016
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Feb 2016

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