Nikolas Kaltsoyannis mostly deals with Density functional theory, Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry, Computational chemistry and Medicinal chemistry. His Density functional theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atomic orbital, Valence, Ionic bonding, Stereochemistry and Molecular orbital. The various areas that Nikolas Kaltsoyannis examines in his Crystallography study include Covalent bond, Transition metal, Reactivity, Coordination complex and Ion.
Nikolas Kaltsoyannis has included themes like Catalysis, Oxidation state, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Physical chemistry in his Inorganic chemistry study. His study of Electronic structure is a part of Computational chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Redistribution, Potassium Cation, Potassium, Deoxygenation and Crystal structure, which intersect with Medicinal chemistry.
Nikolas Kaltsoyannis spends much of his time researching Density functional theory, Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry, Electronic structure and Computational chemistry. Nikolas Kaltsoyannis has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Chemical physics, Adsorption, Physical chemistry, Ionic bonding and Molecule. The Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Covalent bond, Ligand, Metal, Stereochemistry and Molecular orbital.
His Inorganic chemistry research also works with subjects such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Density functional theory, Adsorption, Actinide, Crystallography and Inorganic chemistry. His studies in Density functional theory integrate themes in fields like Covalent bond, Physical chemistry, Electronic structure, Chemical bond and Orbital overlap. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metal and Atoms in molecules in addition to Covalent bond.
His research investigates the connection with Actinide and areas like Ion which intersect with concerns in Charge and Atomic physics. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Group, Oxidation state and Atomic orbital. His study in the field of Americium is also linked to topics like Radiation resistance.
His primary scientific interests are in Density functional theory, Atomic orbital, Covalent bond, Metal and Crystallography. The Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as Chemical bond and Physical chemistry. The various areas that Nikolas Kaltsoyannis examines in his Atomic orbital study include Valence, Computational chemistry, Organometallic chemistry and Transuranium element.
His Covalent bond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical substance, Actinide, Actinide chemistry and Natural bond orbital. His studies in Metal integrate themes in fields like Counterion, Acceptor, Ligand and Lithium. His research on Crystallography often connects related topics like Pi backbonding.
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A stable two-coordinate acyclic silylene.
Andrey V. Protchenko;Krishna Hassomal Birjkumar;Deepak Dange;Andrew D. Schwarz.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Does covalency increase or decrease across the actinide series? Implications for minor actinide partitioning.
Inorganic Chemistry (2013)
Small Molecule Activation by Uranium Tris(aryloxides): Experimental and Computational Studies of Binding of N-2, Coupling of CO, and Deoxygenation Insertion of CO2 under Ambient Conditions
Stephen M. Mansell;Nikolas Kaltsoyannis;Polly L. Arnold.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Recent developments in computational actinide chemistry.
Chemical Society Reviews (2003)
MULTINUCLEAR NMR, RAMAN, EXAFS, AND X-RAY-DIFFRACTION STUDIES OF URANYL CARBONATE COMPLEXES IN NEAR-NEUTRAL AQUEOUS-SOLUTION - X-RAY STRUCTURE OF C(NH2)(3) (6) (UO2)(3)(CO3)(6) CENTER-DOT-6.5H(2)O
Patrick G. Allen;Jerome J. Bucher;D.L. Clark;Norman M. Edelstein.
Inorganic Chemistry (1995)
Structure, Reactivity, and Density Functional Theory Analysis of the Six-Electron Reductant, [(C5Me5)2U]2(μ-η6:η6-C6H6), Synthesized via a New Mode of (C5Me5)3M Reactivity
William J. Evans;Stosh A. Kozimor;Joseph W. Ziller;Nikolas Kaltsoyannis.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Relativistic effects in inorganic and organometallic chemistry
Journal of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions (1997)
Experimental and theoretical comparison of actinide and lanthanide bonding in M[N(EPR2)2]3 complexes (M = U, Pu, La, Ce; E = S, Se, Te; R = Ph, iPr, H)
Andrew J Gaunt;Sean D Reilly;Alejandro E Enriquez;Brian L Scott.
Inorganic Chemistry (2008)
The f Elements
N Kaltsoyannis;P Scott.
Does covalency really increase across the 5f series? A comparison of molecular orbital, natural population, spin and electron density analyses of AnCp(3) (An = Th-Cm; Cp = eta(5)-C5H5)
Ian Kirker;Nikolas Kaltsoyannis.
Dalton Transactions (2011)
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