continuum model (PCM) is a commonly used method in computational chemistry to model the effects of solvent.
If a molecule has small frontier orbital gap it will be more polarizable
and generally associated with a high chemical reactivity , Global hardness shown as (n) can be written using Koopman's theorem indicated as n = IuLUMO - IuHOMO, Gibbs free energy of tetrabromonaphthalene (1) had a high negative value than that of the 1,3dibromonaphthalene (2) and 1,4-dibromonaphthalene (3).
The inability to recognize polarizable
material represents another limitation of WSI systems.
Similarly, the reason can be the existence of more polarizable
phenol in the structure .
Fungal and acid-fast stains were negative, and no polarizable
foreign material was present.
Poly(2,6-dimethyl-l,4-phenylene ether), or PPE, has a highly aromatic structure with a fairly stiff backbone, no hydrolyzable bonds and no polarizable
It is remarkable that they also develop an exactly solvable model for surface SHG consisting of a semi-infinite system made up of a continuous distribution of harmonic polarizable
entities, each of which responds nonlinearly to the gradient of the local field prior to the development of SBHM .
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The simulated absorption spectrum of PBDTTBT monomer at the TD-DFT/B3LYP 6-31G(d) level is depicted in Figure 4(a) for comparison, and the effect of the solvent (chloroform) within polarizable
continuum model (PCM)  is taken into account during the calculation.
According to these aforementioned conclusions, the regular aggregation patterns of large number of polarizable
particles can also be well understood and can be used to control, manipulate, and assemble polarizable