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Inside Cover, Volume 112, Issue 18 International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 112

Version of Record online: 28 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/qua.24312

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The cover picture illustrates H2@Be10 as an example of a species with hydrogen molecules encapsulated inside beryllium cluster cages. They are investigated as potential feasible alternatives to systems with strong bonding of hydrogen to metal solids and clusters, complicating its release when needed, from the viewpoint of hydrogen storage. The H2@Ben are predicted to involve weaker binding and offer simultaneous hydrogen and extra energy release. Peculiarities of hydrogen escape from the cage, as well as variations of the metal shell properties upon insertion of such a molecular core, via both changes in shape and core-shell charge-transfer, are also presented in the article on page 3068 by Fedor Naumkin and David Wales.

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