By Professor Dr. Paul Heimbach, Dr. Tamás Bartik (auth.)
Considering points of symmetry ideas in chemistry, one is confronted with con tradictory phrases as for instance, "90 % concertedness" occasionally getting used in literature. to just accept conservation of orbital symmetry to be as managed as inversion by means of replacement rules turns out way more promising. The purpose of this publication is geared toward introducing a qualitative figuring out of section rela tions in electromagnetic interactions. fending off one-sided dogmatism we attempted to illustrate the significance of different ideas as directions to the evolution of different order in chemical platforms. Passing during the jungle of knowledge it grew to become extremly very important to regulate repeatedly our insights into the ordering phenomena through experi ments below stipulations as coherent as attainable. We grew to become extra conscious of the truth that chemistry - the technological know-how of "becoming" in complicated structures - can't be understood by means of mechanistic info, i. e. THROUGHPUT-studies by myself, as the mechanism is just actual for the unique method lower than inves tigation and doesn't supply a device for the evolution of contrary order. We needed to settle for chemistry as a mediator among molecular physics and normal epistemology. This particularly strange blend used to be directed by means of excel lent lecturers and the realizations have been made attainable by way of enthusiastic, open minded coworkers (see references). the subsequent aim we'll try for in this trip may be to quantify the choice rules, that implies acquiring the order parameters of H. Haken (e. g. in uneven synthesis).
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Max Planck (1914) We would like to introduce some ALTERNATIVE PRINCIPLES being exchanged in subsystems of educts, effectors, solvents etc. and thereby creating inverse orders in the considered states or processes in an unsteady way. 1 Examples for the Absolute, Alternative Effects by ACC/DO Heteroatoms The central position of carbon in the periodic system of elements (PSE) corresponds to its predominant importance in biochemical systems and as standard relation in organic chemistry. A relatively greater or smaller first ionization potential of heteroatoms against carbon as standard is depicted in Fig.
1 the difficulty of transferring the term ACCI DO valid for atoms (vide Fig. g. the substituents -COOR and -OR. The intrinsic difficulties of understanding we would like to elucidate with Fig. 9 with the help of the concept of ATOM REPLACEMENT. To identify the crucial ALTERNATIVE PRINCIPLES it is very important to introduce a a-I 'IT-separation and to define the corresponding carbon-'lT-system as standard. Starting from ethene and benzene 'IT-systems result, which are characterized by the ALTERNATIVE PRINCIPLES EVEN/ODD number of carbon-centers and 4q-/4q + 2-'lT-electrons (EVEN/ODD number of 'IT-electron pairs).
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An Ordering Concept on the Basis of Alternative Principles in Chemistry: Design of Chemicals and Chemical Reactions by Differentiation and Compensation by Professor Dr. Paul Heimbach, Dr. Tamás Bartik (auth.)