Gerald V. Gibbs mostly deals with Crystallography, Bond length, Molecule, Ab initio and Crystal structure. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical bond and Cordierite as well as Crystallography. His Bond length research includes elements of Octahedron, Polyhedron, Molecular orbital theory, Molecular orbital and Molecular geometry.
His Molecular geometry research includes themes of Quadratic equation, Distortion, Geometry and Dimensionless quantity. His Ab initio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quartz, Cristobalite, Boron, Physical chemistry and Thermodynamics. His Polymorphism study in the realm of Crystal structure connects with subjects such as Natural.
Gerald V. Gibbs mainly focuses on Crystallography, Bond length, Molecule, Electron density and Crystal structure. Many of his research projects under Crystallography are closely connected to Coesite with Coesite, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research in the fields of Bond order overlaps with other disciplines such as Single bond.
His Molecule study also includes fields such as
Oxide that connect with fields like Critical point,
Intramolecular force and related van der Waals force. His research on Electron density also deals with topics like
Covalent bond which intersects with area such as Silicate,
Ionic radius most often made with reference to Ionic bonding. In his research, Thermodynamics is intimately related to Ab initio, which falls under the overarching field of Molecular physics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Crystallography, Electron density, Bond length, Chemical bond and Molecule. His research in Crystallography intersects with topics in Electron localization function and Stishovite. The various areas that Gerald V. Gibbs examines in his Electron density study include Chemical physics, Atom, Molecular physics, Metal and Ion.
Gerald V. Gibbs has included themes like Potential energy, Coordination number and Critical point in his Bond length study. His Chemical bond study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Covalent bond and Open shell. His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ionic bonding, Computational chemistry and Atomic physics.
His primary scientific interests are in Crystallography, Bond length, Electron density, Chemical bond and Molecule. The Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Molecular physics and Stishovite. His work carried out in the field of Bond length brings together such families of science as Atomic physics and Physical chemistry.
His Chemical bond research also works with subjects such as
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Quadratic elongation: a quantitative measure of distortion in coordination polyhedra.
Kelly F. Robinson;G.V. Gibbs;P.H. Ribbe.
Systematics of the spinel structure type
Roderick J. Hill;James R. Craig;G. V. Gibbs.
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals (1979)
The crystal chemistry of the silicate garnets
G. A. Novak;G. A. Novak;G. V. Gibbs.
American Mineralogist (1971)
Molecules as models for bonding in silicates
G. V. Gibbs.
American Mineralogist (1982)
Crystal structures of natural olivines
J. D. Birle;J. D. Birle;G. V. Gibbs;G. V. Gibbs;P. B. Moore;J. V. Smith.
American Mineralogist (1968)
Ab initio calculated geometries and charge distributions for H 4 SiO 4 and H 6 Si 2 O 7 compared with experimental values for silicates and siloxanes
M. D. Newton;G. V. Gibbs.
pacific rim conference on multimedia (1980)
The structure of zircon: A comparison with garnet
Keith Robinson;G. V. Gibbs;P. H. Ribbe.
American Mineralogist (1971)
The polymorphism of cordierite I: the crystal structure of low cordierite
G. V. Gibbs.
American Mineralogist (1966)
A molecular orbital study of bond length and angle variations in framework structures
K. L. Geisinger;G. V. Gibbs;A. Navrotsky.
pacific rim conference on multimedia (1985)
Silica : physical behavior, geochemistry and materials applications
Peter J. Heaney;C. T. Prewitt;G. V. Gibbs.
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