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Mulliken

Robert Sanderson. 1896--1986, US physicist and chemist, who won the Nobel prize for chemistry (1966) for his work on bonding and the electronic structure of molecules
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ISSVA created a comprehensive classification scheme based on Mulliken's work on the biologic basis of disease, updated most recently in 2014 and available at issva.org/classification.
where the off-diagonal matrix elements of PS are known as the Mulliken overlap populations.
Therefore, in the next section of this paper, we study the evolution of the geometric and electronic structures by applying Mulliken analysis to reveal whether there is any quantization phenomenon corresponding to those energies.
The quantum chemical parameters included the highest occupied molecular orbital energy ([E.sub.HOMO]), the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital energy [E.sub.LUMO], the energy gap ([DELTA]E), the distribution of the atomic Mulliken charge, and the molecular dipole moment ([mu]).
The quantum chemical parameters like [E.sub.HOMO], [E.sub.LUMO], energy gap ([DELTA]E = [E.sub.LUMO] - [E.sub.HOMO]), dipole moment ([mu]), absolute electronegativity ([chi]), global hardness ([eta]), global softness ([sigma]), and Mulliken charge were calculated.
Both the latter books (Jevons, 1931; Kronig, 1931) were published after Mulliken's (1930a, p.
Mulliken, "Midline cervical cleft," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
The Mulliken atomic charges were analyzed for both coumarin derivative and cofactor with interaction amino acids of HSA.
The classical systematization was based on histological features, including vascular anomalies and hemangiomas, which were considered vascular tumours in the context (Mulliken & Glowacki 1982).
For surgical repair of the lip and nose, the Mulliken's method was used under general anesthesia with orotracheal intubation (9).
(5.) Hassanein AH, Mulliken JB, Fishman SJ, Alomari AI, Zurakowski D, Greene AK.