@Article{Fujita2016,
author="Fujita, S.",
title="Autobiography of Shinsaku Fujita",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="111-112",
abstract="",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_12411.html"
}
@Article{Fujita2016,
author="Fujita, S.",
title="Type-Itemized Enumeration of RS-Stereoisomers of Octahedral Complexes",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="113-153",
abstract="Stereoisograms of octahedral complexes are classified into five types (type I--typeV) under the action of the corresponding RS-stereoisomeric group. Their enumeration is accomplished in a type-itemized fashion, where Fujita's proligand method developed originally for combinatorial enumeration under point groups (S. Fujita, Theor. Chem. Acc., 113, 73--79 (2005)) is extended to meet the requirement of Fujita's stereoisogram approach. The cycle index with chirality fittingness (CI-CF) of the point group O_h is modulated by taking account of the CI-CF for calculating type-V quadruplets contained in stereoisograms. The modulated CI-CF is combined with a CI-CF of the maximum chiral point group (O), a CI-CF of the maximum RS-permutation group, a CI-CF of the maximum ligand-reflection group, and a CI-CF of the RS-stereoisomeric group, so as to generate CI-CFs for evaluating type-I to type-V quadruplets. By introducing ligand-inventory functions into the CI-CFs, the numbers of quadruplets ofoctahedral complexes are obtained and shown in tabular forms. Several stereoisograms for typical complexes are depicted. Their configuration indices and C/A-descriptors are discussed on the basis of Fujita's stereoisogram approach.",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.13379",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_13379.html"
}
@Article{Fujita2016,
author="Fujita, S.",
title="Half-Century Journey from Synthetic Organic Chemistry to Mathematical Stereochemistry through Chemoinformatics",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="155-221",
abstract="My half-century journey started from synthetic organic chemistry. During the first stage of my journey, my interest in stereochemistry was initiated through the investigation on the participation of steric effects in reactive intermediates, cylophanes, strained heterocycles, and organic compounds for photography. In chemoinformatics as the next stage of the journey, I proposed the concept of imaginary transition structures (ITSs) as computer-oriented representation of organic reactions. My interest was stimulated to attack combinatorial enumeration through the investigation on enumeration of subgraphs of ITSs. Stereochemistry and combinatorial enumeration was combined in my interest, so that I reached mathematical stereochemistry as the final stage of my journey. Fujita's unit-subduced-cycle-index (USCI) approach, Fujita's proligand method, and Fujita's stereoisogram approach were developed, so as to integrate van't Hoff's way (asymmetry, stereogenicity) and Le Bel's way (dissymmetry, chirality), which caused continuous confusion in the history of stereochemistry.",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.13882",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_13882.html"
}
@Article{Sakiyama2016,
author="Sakiyama, H.
and Waki, K.",
title="Enumeration of Conformers of Octahedral [M(ABC)_{6}] Complex on the Basis of Computational Group Theory",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="223-234",
abstract="Conformers of [M(ABC)6] complex have been enumerated on the basis of computational group theory, where M is the central metal, and ABC is the ligand, bound to M through A. Based on the 16 conformers of the M(AB)6 core unit, 7173 conformers have been found for the [M(ABC)6] complex, which are assigned to nine point groups, 1 D3d, 4 D3, 4 S6, 5 C2h, 7 C3, 182 C2, 15 Cs, 23 Ci, and 6932 C1.",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.13926",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_13926.html"
}
@Article{Alaghebandi2016,
author="Alaghebandi, A.
and Shafiei, F.",
title="QSPR Modeling of Heat Capacity, Thermal Energy and Entropy of Aliphatic Aldehydes by using Topological Indices and MLR Method",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="235-251",
abstract="",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.15656",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_15656.html"
}
@Article{Ghorbani2016,
author="Ghorbani, M.",
title="On the Mark and Markaracter Tables of Finite Groups",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="253-266",
abstract="Let G be a finite group and C(G) be the family of representative conjugacy classes of subgroups of G. The matrix whose H,K-entry is the number of fixed points of the set G/K under the action of H is called the table of marks of G where H,K run through all elements in C(G). Shinsaku Fujita for the first time introduced the term “markaracter” to discuss marks for permutation representations and characters for linear representations in a common basis. In this paper, we compute these tables for some classes of finite groups.",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.15096",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_15096.html"
}
@Article{Davvaz2016,
author="Davvaz, B.",
title="Weak Algebraic Hyperstructures as a Model for Interpretation of Chemical Reactions",
journal="Iranian Journal of Mathematical Chemistry",
year="2016",
volume="7",
number="2",
pages="267-283",
abstract="The concept of weak algebraic hyperstructures or Hv-structures constitutes a generalization of the well-known algebraic hyperstructures (semihypergroup, hypergroup and so on). The overall aim of this paper is to present an introduction to some of the results, methods and ideas about chemical examples of weak algebraic hyperstructures. In this paper after an introduction of basic definitions and results about weak algebraic hyperstructures, we review: (1) Weak algebraic hyperstructures associated with chain reactions. (2) Weak algebraic hyperstructures associated with dismutation reactions (3) Weak algebraic hyperstructures associated with redox reactions.",
issn="2228-6489",
doi="10.22052/ijmc.2016.13975",
url="http://ijmc.kashanu.ac.ir/article_13975.html"
}