Mount Saint Vincent University
Chérif F. Matta focuses on Atoms in molecules, Molecule, Computational chemistry, Electron density and Atom. His Atoms in molecules research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography, Molecular physics, Electron localization function and Atomic physics. In the field of Molecule, his study on Molecular orbital overlaps with subjects such as Object, Intellect, Line and struct.
He has researched Computational chemistry in several fields, including Chemical physics, Statistical physics, Complement, Van der Waals radius and Topology. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Crystal under Electron density, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Quantum and Group. His research in Atom intersects with topics in Hydrogen, Steric effects and Theoretical physics.
Chérif F. Matta mainly investigates Atoms in molecules, Molecule, Computational chemistry, Atomic physics and Electron density. Chérif F. Matta interconnects Atom, Electron localization function and Delocalized electron in the investigation of issues within Atoms in molecules. His Molecule study incorporates themes from Crystallography, Molecular physics and Chemical physics.
His studies deal with areas such as Quantitative structure–activity relationship and Statistical physics as well as Computational chemistry. His Atomic physics study combines topics in areas such as Ion, Dipole, Chemical bond and Charge. Scattering and Wave function is closely connected to Quantum in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Electron density.
Density functional theory, Atoms in molecules, Quantum, Quantum mechanics and Wave function are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spintronics, Magnetic semiconductor, Electric field, Condensed matter physics and Tautomer in addition to Density functional theory. His Atoms in molecules study is concerned with Molecule in general.
His Quantum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computational chemistry and Scattering. His Wave function research incorporates themes from Crystallography and Electron density. His Delocalized electron study deals with Atom intersecting with Electron.
His primary areas of study are Density functional theory, Atoms in molecules, Quantum, Chemical physics and Theoretical physics. His study on Quantum also encompasses disciplines like
The various areas that Chérif F. Matta examines in his Atom study include Molecule, Molecular geometry and Chemical bond. His Delocalized electron study combines topics in areas such as Electron localization function, Electron and Hydrogen bond. The Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as Charge and Quantum mechanics.
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The Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules
Chérif F. Matta;Russell J. Boyd.
The Quantum theory of atoms in molecules : from solid state to DNA and drug design
Chérif F Matta;Russell J Boyd.
Hydrogen-hydrogen bonding: a stabilizing interaction in molecules and crystals.
Chérif F. Matta;Jesús Hernández-Trujillo;Ting-Hua Tang;Richard F. W. Bader.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2003)
Extended Weak Bonding Interactions in DNA: π-Stacking (Base−Base), Base−Backbone, and Backbone−Backbone Interactions†
Chérif F Matta;Norberto Castillo;Russell J Boyd.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
Atomic Charges Are Measurable Quantum Expectation Values: A Rebuttal of Criticisms of QTAIM Charges
Richard F. W. Bader;Chérif F. Matta.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2004)
An Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules
Chérif F. Matta;Chérif F. Matta;Russell J. Boyd.
Characterization of a closed-shell fluorine-fluorine bonding interaction in aromatic compounds on the basis of the electron density.
Chérif F. Matta;Norberto Castillo;Russell J. Boyd.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2005)
Modeling biophysical and biological properties from the characteristics of the molecular electron density, electron localization and delocalization matrices, and the electrostatic potential.
Chérif F. Matta.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (2014)
Where to draw the line in defining a molecular structure
Richard F. W. Bader;Chérif F. Matta;Fernando Cortes-Guzman.
Bonding to titanium.
Richard F. W. Bader and;Chérif F. Matta.
Inorganic Chemistry (2001)
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