E. F. Sheka Why sp2-like nanosilicons should not form: Insight from quantum chemistry International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113
Version of Record online: 29 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/qua.24081
The creation of unpaired electrons in due course results from the CC bond stretching until breaking. The blue box in the lower left corner marks the interval of the CC bond lengths characteristic for sp2 nanocarbons according to the relevant numbers of unpaired electrons. The low amount of the latter explain a partial radicalization of the species. The longer length of SiSi bonds and larger relevant numbers of unpaired electrons reveal a complete radicalization of the sp2 nanosilicons.
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