Neumark, "ZnSeTe Rediscovered: From Isoelectronic
Centers to Quantum Dots," in Wide Bandgap Light Emitting Materials and Devices.
The term "isosteres" was defined for the first time (1919) by Langmuir in terms of isoelectronic
or isosteric concept [6, 20] and thus emerged the concept of isosterism .
2] family are isoelectronic
with the zinc blende II-VI compound semiconductors.
However, it was measured in the isoelectronic
spectra of [.
Polymers with imine (HC=N) linkages are isoelectronic
with the HC=CH-linked derivatives and result in significant difference in the electronic and optoelectronic properties.
, photostable N-ethyl derivative was obtained by direct alkylation of the parent heterocycle.
Stimulated Emission Involving the Nitrogen Isoelectronic
Trap in Ga[As.
Oxon derivatives 2 and 4 (Table 1) are isoelectronic
to fenitrothion 1 and methylparathion 3, respectively, and would be expected to react similarly, and yet these derivatives showed no antiandrogenic activity at the highest concentration tested ([10.
It is isoelectronic
with cyanide and disrupts oxidative metabolism in a similar manner.
Water's truly special status is highlighted in Figure 3, which compares properties of the so-called isoelectronic
The isocyanate group has several isoelectronic
structures shown in figure 2.
The electric dipole (E1) and quadrupole (E2), and magnetic dipole(M1) transition parameters for first-row atoms and their isoelectronic
ions using multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock programme of Desclaux were performed (Cheng et al.