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Publications: Before 1990

1989

V.E. Khutorsky, A.A. Kamenchuk, G.M. Verkhivker, V.E. Kuzmin. Contribution from the aqueous phase to stability of the cesium(1+) and sodium(1+) cryptand [2.2.2] complexes. Theor. Exp. Chem. 25 (6): 697-698, 1989 (Translated from Teoreticheskaya and Eksperimentalnaya Khimiya, 25: 757-758, 1989.

G.M. Verkhivker, V.E.Kuzmin. Conformational factors of isotopic selectivity of 18-crown-6. Proceedings of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. series B, 1: 29-32, 1989. (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk Ukrainian SSR, Ser. B: Geol., Khim. Biol. Nauki, 1: 29-32, 1989.)

1988

V.E. Kuzmin, G.M. Verkhivker. Theoretical conformational analysis of kinetic macrocyclic effect. Proceedings of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. series B, 11:43-47, 1988 (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk Ukrainian SSR, Ser. B: Geol., Khim. Biol. Nauki 11:43-47, 1988.)

G.M. Verkhivker, V.E. Kuzmin. Conformational factors of the cryptands function. PIn “Chemistry and biochemistry of macrocyclic compounds.”Russia, p.39-45, 1988.

1987

V.E. Kuzmin, G.M. Verkhivker, L.P. Trigub, N.E. Kruglyak, I.S. Rublev, I.R. Roll, I.V. Ydanova. Theoretical analysis of macrocyclic complexes. In “Physical and mathematical methods in coordination chemistry.” Novosibirsk, p.259-263, 1987.

1986

G.M. Verkhivker. Conformational isomerization of macroheterocycles inreactions of complexation with alkali metal ions. Thermodynamic and kinetic characteristics. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Nauka, 1986.

G.M. Verkhivker, V.E. Kuzmin. Conformational analysis of macrocyclic--ion interactions by modeling reaction pathways and transition states on the energy landscapes. In “Molecular interactions and conformational analysis.” (In Russian), Pushino, Russia, p. 137-140, 1986.

1985

V.E. Kuzmin, G.L.Kamalov, G.M. Verkhivker. A possible approach to determination of the preferred conformations of substituted saturated seven-membered heterocycles. J. Struct. Chem. 26: 494-497, 1985. (Translated from Zhurnal Strukturnoi Khimii 26(4): 9-13, 1985).

V.G. Dashevsky, G.M. Verkhivker, V.E. Kuzmin. A numerical method for searching of the reaction pathway and saddle point on the potential surface. Application to conformational isomerization of cycloxane. Proceedings of the Russian National Academy of Sciences, Section Physical Chemistry 281: 238-241, 1985. (Translated from Russia Doklady Akademii Nauk 281(2):368-371, 1985.)

G.M.Verkhivker, V.G. Dashevsky. A method for searching saddle points and reaction pathways on the complex potential energy surfaces. In “ Quantum chemistry.”(In Russian) Russia, p. 130-132, 1985.

V.E. Kuzmin, N.E. Kruglyak, L.P. Trigub, G.M. Verkhivker. Nature of the macrocyclic effect studied with a quantum chemistry analysis. In “Quantum chemistry.” (In Russian) Ivanovo, Russia, p.165-167, 1985.

1982

G.L. Kamalov, V.E. Kuzmin, G.M. Verkhivker, S.M. Dyhanov. A new approach in the conformational analysis of saturated seven-membered heterocycles. In “Molecular interactions and conformational analysis.” (In Russian) , Vilnius, Lithuania, p.8-10, 1982.

L.P. Trigub, G.M.Verkhivker, V.E. Kuzmin, N.E. Kruglyak, S.V. Krutius, I.B. Stelmach. Conformational investigations of synthetic ionophores. In “Molecular interactions and conformational analysis.” (In Russian) , Vilnius, Lithuania, p.88-91, 1982.

G.M.Verkhivker. A method for searching pathways of minimal energy and saddle points on potential energy surfaces. In “Molecular interactions and conformational analysis.” (In Russian) , Vilnius, Lithuania, p.92-94, 1982.

1981

G.L. Kamalov, V.E. Kuzmin, V.N. Sharygin, G.M. Verkhivker. The predominant conformation of 1,3-dioxepane. Theor. Exp. Chem. 17:87-91, 1981 (Translated from Teoreticheskaya and Eksperimentalnaya Khimiya, 17 (1): 109-114, 1981).

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