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Chapter 2

Characteristics of Non-covalent Complexes and Their Determination by Experimental and Theoretical Techniques

The primary property of any non-covalent complex is not just its “equilibrium structure” but its potential-energy surface (PES) with its stationary points. Determination of the structure and geometry of a complex cannot be separated from discussing its PES. To illustrate this point consider the intr...

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