His primary areas of study are Crystallography, Chemical bond, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Ab initio and Computational chemistry. The various areas that Alexander I. Boldyrev examines in his Crystallography study include Bimetallic strip, Tetracoordinate, Molecular geometry and Cluster. Alexander I. Boldyrev interconnects Delocalized electron, Boron, Antiaromaticity, Aromaticity and Borospherene in the investigation of issues within Chemical bond.
His Ab initio quantum chemistry methods research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electronic structure, Atomic physics, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Ion and Molecular orbital. The Ab initio study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Molecular physics and Ionization energy. His work deals with themes such as Ligand, Radical and Alkali metal, which intersect with Computational chemistry.
Crystallography, Chemical bond, Computational chemistry, Molecule and Ab initio are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Boron, Cluster, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Ion with his study of Crystallography. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics, Delocalized electron, Aromaticity, Atom and Electronic structure as well as Chemical bond.
His Computational chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Solid-state physics, Inorganic compound, Dissociation, Physical chemistry and Ionization. Alexander I. Boldyrev has included themes like Nanotechnology and Stereochemistry in his Molecule study. His work in Ab initio covers topics such as Ionization energy which are related to areas like Electron affinity.
Alexander I. Boldyrev mostly deals with Crystallography, Chemical bond, Chemical physics, Cluster and Aromaticity. He has researched Crystallography in several fields, including Quantum chemical, Acene, Ligand, Transition metal and Paramagnetism. His Chemical bond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Delocalized electron, Boron, Molecule, Metal and Vacancy defect.
His Delocalized electron research incorporates elements of Electronic structure and Natural bond orbital. His research investigates the connection between Cluster and topics such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy that intersect with issues in Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. His work in the fields of Aromaticity, such as Antiaromaticity, overlaps with other areas such as Kinetic energy.
Alexander I. Boldyrev spends much of his time researching Chemical bond, Chemical physics, Cluster, Crystallography and Molecule. His Chemical bond study incorporates themes from Superatom and Spherical aromaticity. His Cluster study combines topics in areas such as Boron, Transition metal, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Electron density and Vacancy defect.
His research in Crystallography intersects with topics in Ligand and Nanoclusters. His study in Molecule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reactivity, Delocalized electron and Electron pair. His Ab initio quantum chemistry methods study deals with Ion beam intersecting with Ab initio.
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Developing paradigms of chemical bonding: adaptive natural density partitioning.
Dmitry Yu. Zubarev;Alexander I. Boldyrev.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2008)
Observation of all-metal aromatic molecules.
Xi Li;Xi Li;Aleksey E. Kuznetsov;Hai-Feng Zhang;Hai-Feng Zhang;Alexander I. Boldyrev.
All-Boron Aromatic Clusters as Potential New Inorganic Ligands and Building Blocks in Chemistry
Anastassia N. Alexandrova;Alexander I. Boldyrev;Hua-Jin Zhai;Hua-Jin Zhai;Lai-Sheng Wang;Lai-Sheng Wang.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2006)
All-Metal Aromaticity and Antiaromaticity
Alexander I. Boldyrev;Lai-Sheng Wang.
Chemical Reviews (2005)
DVM-Xα calculations on the ionization potentials of MXk+1− complex anions and the electron affinities of MXk+1 “superhalogens”
G.L. Gutsev;A.I. Boldyrev.
Chemical Physics (1981)
Hepta‐ and Octacoordinate Boron in Molecular Wheels of Eight‐ and Nine‐Atom Boron Clusters: Observation and Confirmation
Hua-Jin Zhai;Anastassia N. Alexandrova;K. Alexander Birch;Alexander I. Boldyrev.
Angewandte Chemie (2003)
A concentric planar doubly π-aromatic B19− cluster
Wei Huang;Alina P. Sergeeva;Hua-Jin Zhai;Boris B. Averkiev.
Nature Chemistry (2010)
Understanding boron through size-selected clusters: structure, chemical bonding, and fluxionality.
Alina P. Sergeeva;Ivan A. Popov;Zachary A. Piazza;Wei-Li Li.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2014)
Structure of the Na x Cl x+1 - (x=1-4) clusters via ab initio genetic algorithm and photoelectron spectroscopy
Anastassia N. Alexandrova;Alexander I. Boldyrev;You-Jun Fu;Xin Yang.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2004)
DVM Xα calculations on the electronic structure of “superalkali” cations
G.L. Gutsev;A.I. Boldyrev.
Chemical Physics Letters (1982)
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