Metal clusters, an intermediate state between molecules and the extended solid, show peculiar bonding and reactivity patterns. Their significance is critical to many areas, including air pollution, interstellar matter, clay minerals, photography, catalysis, quantum dots, and virus crystals. In Aromaticity and Metal Clusters, dozens of international
Aromaticity: From Benzene to Atomic Clusters. On the Measures of Aromaticity. Aromaticity in Metals: From Clusters to Solids. Computational Studies on Molecules with Unusual Aromaticity. Using the Electron Localization Function to Measure Aromaticity. Polarizability of Metal Clusters: A Coarse-Grained Density Functional Theory Approach. Reactivity of Metal Clusters. Electronic Shells and Magnetism in Small Metal Clusters. Using Theory in Determining the Properties of Metal Clusters: Sodium as a Case Study. The Induced Magnetic Field and Its application. A Density Functional Investigation on the Structures, Energetics, and Properties of Sodium Clusters through Electrostatic Guidelines and Molecular Tailoring. Size and Shape-Dependent Structural and Electronic Properties of Metal Chalcogenide Nanoclusters. Correlation between Electron Delocalization and Ring Currents in All Metallic "Aromatic" Compounds. Phenomenological Shell Model and Aromaticity in Metal Clusters. Rationalizing the Aromaticity Indexes Used to Describe the Aromatic Behavior of Metal Clusters. Aromaticity in All-Metal Rings. Synthesis and Structure of Aromatic Alkali Metal Clusters Supported by Molybdenum Metalloligands. 5f Orbital Successive Aromatic and Antiaromatic Zones in Triangular Uranium Cluster Chemistry. Bonding, Aromaticity, and Possible Bond-Stretch Isomerism in an "All-Metal" Cluster-[Be6Zn2]2-. Are Dicationic Chalcogenid Ring Systems Aromatic? Study of Aromaticity in Phosphazenes. Index.