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At the present time most basis sets use a six-Gaussian representation, usually designated 6G. The weighting coefficients for the N components of a STO-NG representation are not changed in the course of a SCF calculation. A basis set is a collection of basis functions. For carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen compounds, a minimum basis set is composed of a 1s function for each hydrogen and 1s, 2s, and three 2p functions for each of the second-row atoms. More extensive and flexible sets of basis functions are in wide use.
Jensen, The Lewis Acid-Base Concept, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1980, Chap. 8. According to this analysis, the C−X bond is successively both more polar and harder in the order I < Br < Cl < F. This result is in agreement with both the properties and reactivities of the methyl halides. When bonds are compared, reacting pairs of greater hardness result in a larger net charge transfer, which adds an increment to the exothermicity of bond formation. 28 Polarizability measures the response of an ion or molecule to an electric field and is expressed in units of volume, typically 10−24 cm3 or Å3 .
The frontier orbitals are the highest occupied MO (HOMO) and the lowest unoccupied MO (LUMO). These orbitals are intimately involved in chemical reactivity, because they are the most available to electrophiles and nucleophiles, respectively. 802β Fig. 8. Molecular orbitals for 1,3,5-hexatriene. 42 E. Heilbronner and P. A. Straub, Hückel Molecular Orbitals, Springer Verlag, New York, 1966; C. A. Coulson, A. , and J. I. Brauman, Dictionary of -Electron Calculations, W H. Freeman, San Francisco, 1965.