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Critical analysis and extension of the Hirshfeld atoms in molecules
Patrick Bultinck;Christian Van Alsenoy;Paul W. Ayers;Ramon Carbó-Dorca.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2007)
Multicenter bond indices as a new measure of aromaticity in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Patrick Bultinck;Robert Ponec;Sofie Van Damme.
Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry (2005)
Electron delocalization and aromaticity in linear polyacenes: Atoms in molecules multicenter delocalization index
Patrick Bultinck;Michel Rafat;Robert Ponec;Bart Van Gheluwe.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2006)
A confidence level algorithm for the determination of absolute configuration using vibrational circular dichroism or Raman optical activity.
Elke Debie;Ewoud De Gussem;Ewoud De Gussem;Rina K. Dukor;Wouter Herrebout.
A New Mean-Field Method Suitable for Strongly Correlated Electrons: Computationally Facile Antisymmetric Products of Nonorthogonal Geminals
Peter A. Limacher;Paul W. Ayers;Paul A. Johnson;Stijn De Baerdemacker.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2013)
Critical thoughts on computing atom condensed Fukui functions.
Patrick Bultinck;Stijn Fias;Christian Van Alsenoy;Paul W. Ayers.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2007)
Computational Medicinal Chemistry for Drug Discovery
Wilfried Langenaeker;Hans De Winter;Patrick Bultinck;Jan Tollenaere.
The Electronegativity Equalization Method I: Parametrization and Validation for Atomic Charge Calculations
Patrick Bultinck;W Langenaeker;P Lahorte;F De Proft.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2002)
Critical analysis of the local aromaticity concept in polyaromatic hydrocarbons.
Faraday Discussions (2007)
Uniqueness and basis set dependence of iterative Hirshfeld charges
Patrick Bultinck;Paul W. Ayers;Stijn Fias;Koen Tiels.
Chemical Physics Letters (2007)
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