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Kenneth Wiberg
Kenneth Wiberg
Professor of Chemistry. Yale University
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Determining atom‐centered monopoles from molecular electrostatic potentials. The need for high sampling density in formamide conformational analysis
CM Breneman, KB Wiberg
Journal of Computational Chemistry 11 (3), 361-373, 1990
53641990
Application of the pople-santry-segal CNDO method to the cyclopropylcarbinyl and cyclobutyl cation and to bicyclobutane
KB Wiberg
Tetrahedron 24 (3), 1083-1096, 1968
47731968
Solvent effects. 5. Influence of cavity shape, truncation of electrostatics, and electron correlation on ab initio reaction field calculations
JB Foresman, TA Keith, KB Wiberg, J Snoonian, MJ Frisch
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (40), 16098-16104, 1996
14711996
Solvent effects. 1. The mediation of electrostatic effects by solvents
MW Wong, MJ Frisch, KB Wiberg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 113 (13), 4776-4782, 1991
12541991
The deuterium isotope effect
KB Wiberg
Chemical reviews 55 (4), 713-743, 1955
10481955
Oxidation in organic chemistry
KB Wiberg, WS Trahanovsky
(No Title), 1965
8431965
Comparison of atomic charges derived via different procedures
KB Wiberg, PR Rablen
Journal of Computational Chemistry 14 (12), 1504-1518, 1993
8051993
The concept of strain in organic chemistry
KB Wiberg
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 25 (4), 312-322, 1986
7871986
Physical organic chemistry
KB Wiberg
(No Title), 1964
7681964
Solvent effects. 3. Tautomeric equilibria of formamide and 2-pyridone in the gas phase and solution: an ab initio SCRF study
MW Wong, KB Wiberg, MJ Frisch
Journal of the American Chemical Society 114 (5), 1645-1652, 1992
6721992
Barriers to rotation adjacent to double bonds. 3. The carbon-oxygen barrier in formic acid, methyl formate, acetic acid, and methyl acetate. The origin of ester and amide resonance
KB Wiberg, KE Laidig
Journal of the American Chemical Society 109 (20), 5935-5943, 1987
6111987
Hartree–Fock second derivatives and electric field properties in a solvent reaction field: Theory and application
MW Wong, KB Wiberg, M Frisch
The Journal of chemical physics 95 (12), 8991-8998, 1991
4791991
Solvent effects. 2. Medium effect on the structure, energy, charge density, and vibrational frequencies of sulfamic acid
MW Wong, KB Wiberg, MJ Frisch
Journal of the American Chemical society 114 (2), 523-529, 1992
4701992
[1.1. 1] Propellane
KB Wiberg, FH Walker
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (19), 5239-5240, 1982
4061982
Amides. 3. Experimental and theoretical studies of the effect of the medium on the rotational barriers for N, N-dimethylformamide and N, N-dimethylacetamide
KB Wiberg, PR Rablen, DJ Rush, TA Keith
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (15), 4261-4270, 1995
3881995
A Scheme for Strain Energy Minimization. Application to the Cycloalkanes1
KB Wiberg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 87 (5), 1070-1078, 1965
3761965
Theoretical analysis of hydrocarbon properties. 1. Bonds, structures, charge concentrations, and charge relaxations
KB Wiberg, RFW Bader, CDH Lau
Journal of the American Chemical Society 109 (4), 985-1001, 1987
3711987
A comparison of model chemistries
JW Ochterski, GA Petersson, KB Wiberg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (45), 11299-11308, 1995
3471995
Bicyclo [1.1. 0] butane
KB Wiberg, GM Lampman, RP Ciula, DS Connor, P Schertler, J Lavanish
Tetrahedron 21 (10), 2749-2769, 1965
3321965
Bent bonds in organic compounds
KB Wiberg
Accounts of chemical research 29 (5), 229-234, 1996
3121996
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