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Anthony Stone — Publications

146 A. J. Misquitta & A. J. Stone.
ISA-Pol: distributed polarizabilities and dispersion models from a basis-space implementation of the iterated stockholder atoms procedure
Theor. Chem. Acc. (2018) 137, 153 (20pp).
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145 A. J. Stone & K. Szalewicz.
Reply to “Comment on `Natural bond orbitals and the nature of the hydrogen bond' ”
J. Phys. Chem. A (2017) .
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144 A. J. Stone.
Physical basis of intermolecular interactions: Theory and applications
In Non-covalent Interactions in Quantum Chemistry and Physics, edited by A. Otero de la Roza & G. DiLabio, Elsevier. 2017 .
143 R. M. Lynden-Bell & A. J. Stone.
A model with charges and polarizability for CS2 in an ionic liquid
J. Chem. Sci. (2017) 129, 883–890
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142 A. J. Stone.
Natural bond orbitals and the nature of the hydrogen bond
J. Phys. Chem. A (2017) 121, 1531–1534
141 A. J. Misquitta & A. J. Stone.
Ab initio atom–atom potentials using CamCASP: Theory and application to many-body models for the pyridine dimer
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2016) 12, 4184–4208
140 M. J. Van Vleet, A. J. Misquitta, A. J. Stone & J. R. Schmidt.
Beyond Born–Mayer: Improved models for short-range repulsion in ab initio force fields
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2016) 12, 3851–3870
139 L. Xue, G. Tamas, R. P. Matthews, A. J. Stone, P. A. Hunt, E. L. Quitevis & R. M. Lynden-Bell.
An OHD-RIKES and simulation study comparing a benzylmethylimidazolium ionic liquid with an equimolar mixture of dimethylimidazolium and benzene
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2015) 17, 9973–9983
138 A. J. Misquitta, A. J. Stone & F. Fazeli.
Distributed multipoles from a robust basis-space implementation of the iterated stockholder atoms procedure
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2014) .
137 A. J. Misquitta, R. Maezono, N. D. Drummond, A. J. Stone & R. J. Needs.
Anomalous nonadditive dispersion interactions in systems of three one-dimensional wires
Phys. Rev. B (2014) 89, 045140.
136 A. J. Stone.
Are halogen bonded structures electrostatically driven?
J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2013) 135, 7005–7009
135 A. J. Stone.
Electrostatic damping functions and the penetration energy
J. Phys. Chem. A (2011) 115, 7017–7027
134 A. J. Misquitta, J. Spencer, A. J. Stone & A. Alavi.
Dispersion interactions between semiconducting wires
Phys. Rev. B (2010) 82, 075312 (7pp).
133 A. J. Stone & A. J. Misquitta.
Charge transfer in symmetry-adapted perturbation theory
Chem. Phys. Lett. (2009) 473, 201–205
132 A. J. Misquitta & A. J. Stone.
Dispersion energies for small organic molecules: first row atoms
Molec. Phys. (2008) 106, 1631–1643
131 A. J. Stone.
Intermolecular potentials
Science (2008) 321, 787–789
130 A. J. Misquitta, G. W. Welch, A. J. Stone & S. L. Price.
A first principles prediction of the crystal structure of C6Br2ClFH2
Chem. Phys. Lett. (2008) 456, 105–109
129 A. J. Stone.
Comment: The symmetry group of nonrigid tetramethylsilane
Int. J. Quantum Chem. (2008) 108, 1410.
128 G. W. A. Welch, P. G. Karamertzanis, A. J. Misquitta, A. J. Stone & S. L. Price.
Is the induction energy important for modelling organic crystals?
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2008) 4, 522–532
127 A. J. Misquitta, A. J. Stone & S. L. Price.
Accurate induction energies for small organic molecules: 2. Development and testing of distributed polarizability models against sapt(dft) energies
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2008) 4, 19–32
126 A. J. Misquitta & A. J. Stone.
Accurate induction energies for small organic molecules: 1. Theory
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2008) 4, 7–18
125 A. J. Stone.
Water from first principles
Science (2007) 315, 1228–1229
124 A. J. Stone & A. J. Misquitta.
Atom–atom potentials from ab initio calculations
Int. Rev. Phys. Chem. (2007) 26, 193–222
123 A. J. Misquitta & A. J. Stone.
Distributed polarizabilities obtained using a constrained density-fitting algorithm
J. Chem. Phys. (2006) 124, 024111.
122 A. J. Stone.
Distributed multipole analysis: Stability for large basis sets
J. Chem. Theory Comput. (2005) 1, 1128–1132
121 A. J. Stone.
Lattice sums and their derivatives for surface adlayers
Molec. Phys. (2005) 103, 2477–2481
120 D. R. Nutt & A. J. Stone.
Ice nucleation on a model hexagonal surface
Langmuir (2004) 20, 8715–8720
119 G. J. Williams & A. J. Stone.
Transferable polarizabilities for the alkanes
Molec. Phys. (2004) 102, 985–991
118 G. J. Williams & A. J. Stone.
Distributed dispersion: a new approach
J. Chem. Phys. (2003) 119, 4620–4628
117 D. R. Nutt & A. J. Stone.
Theoretical studies of the interface between water and Langmuir films of aliphatic alcohols
J. Chem. Phys. (2003) 119, 5670–5679
116 D. R. Nutt & A. J. Stone.
Adsorption of water on the BaF2 (111) surface
J. Chem. Phys. (2002) 117, 800–807
115 V. Sadtchenko, G. E. Ewing, D. R. Nutt & A. J. Stone.
Instability of ice films
Langmuir (2002) 18, 4632–4636
114 O. Engkvist, S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
Developments in computational studies of crystallization and morphology applied to urea
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2000) 2, 3017–3027
113 A. J. Stone, Y. Tantirungrotechai & A. D. Buckingham.
The dielectric virial coefficient and model intermolecular potentials
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (2000) 2, 429–434
112 M. P. Hodges & A. J. Stone.
A new representation of the dispersion interaction
Molec. Phys. (2000) 98, 275–286
111 A. J. Stone.
Universal models of hydrogen bonding
In Recent Theoretical and Experimental Advances in Hydrogen-Bonded Clusters, edited by S. S. Xantheas & D. C. Clary. Kluwer, vol. 561 of NATO A.S.I., Series C, 2000 25–34.
110 O. Engkvist & A. J. Stone.
Adsorption of water on the NaCl(001) surface. III. Monte Carlo simulations at ambient temperatures
J. Chem. Phys. (2000) 112, 6827–6833
109 O. Engkvist & A. J. Stone.
Adsorption of water on the MgO(001) surface
Surface Sci. (1999) 437, 239–248
108 O. Engkvist & A. J. Stone.
Adsorption of water on NaCl(001). I. Intermolecular potentials and low temperature structures
J. Chem. Phys. (1999) 110, 12089–12096
107 M. Hodges & A. J. Stone.
Modelling small hydronium–water clusters
J. Chem. Phys. (1999) 110, 6766–6772
106 E. Fraschini & A. J. Stone.
An H…H model potential for the exchange-repulsion energy of the methane dimer
J. Comput. Chem. (1998) 19, 847–857
105 M. P. Hodges, A. J. Stone & E. Cabaleiro Lago.
Analytical potentials for HF dimers and larger HF clusters from ab initio calculations
J. Phys. Chem. A (1998) 102, 2455–2465
104 C. Millot, J.-C. Soetens, M. T. C. Martins Costa, M. P. Hodges & A. J. Stone.
Revised anisotropic site potentials for the water dimer, and calculated properties
J. Phys. Chem. A (1998) 102, 754–770
103 A. W. Meredith & A. J. Stone.
An ab initio and diffusion Monte Carlo study of the potential energy surface of the CO dimer
J. Phys. Chem. A (1998) 102, 434–445
102 A. J. Stone & S. Tsuzuki.
Intermolecular interactions in strongly polar crystals with layer structures
J. Phys. Chem. B (1997) 101, 10178–10183
101 M. P. Hodges, A. J. Stone & S. S. Xantheas.
The contribution of many-body terms to the energy for small water clusters—a comparison of ab initio calculations and accurate model potentials
J. Phys. Chem. A (1997) 101, 9163–9168
100 A. J. Stone, A. D. Buckingham & P. W. Fowler.
Comment on “structure and spectroscopy of HCNn clusters: Cooperative and electronic delocalization effects in C–H…N hydrogen bonding”
J. Chem. Phys. (1997) 107, 1030–1031
99 A. J. Stone, C. H{\"a}ttig, G. Jansen & J. G. {\'A}ngy{\'a}n.
Transferability of topologically partitioned polarizabilities: the case of n-alkanes
Molec. Phys. (1996) 89, 595–605
98 O. Berg, G. E. Ewing, A. W. Meredith & A. J. Stone.
An amorphous monolayer: infrared spectroscopic and theoretical studies of SO2 on NaCl(100)
J. Chem. Phys. (1996) 104, 6843–6855
97 U. Koch & A. J. Stone.
Conformational dependence of the molecular charge distribution and its influence on intermolecular interactions
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. (1996) 92, 1701–1708
96 J. P. M. Lommerse, A. J. Stone, R. Taylor & F. H. Allen.
The nature and geometry of intermolecular interactions between halogens and oxygen or nitrogen
J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (1996) 118, 3108–3116
95 A. W. Meredith & A. J. Stone.
A perturbation theory study of adlayer CO on NaCl (100)
J. Chem. Phys. (1996) 104, 3058–3070
94 D. J. Wales, A. J. Stone & P. L. A. Popelier.
Potential energy surfaces of several Van der Waals complexes modelled using distributed multipoles
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1995) 240, 89–96
93 D. J. Wales, P. L. A. Popelier & A. J. Stone.
Potential energy surfaces of Van der Waals complexes of water and hydrogen halides modelled using distributed multipoles
J. Chem. Phys. (1995) 102, 5551–5565
92 U. Koch, P. L. A. Popelier & A. J. Stone.
Conformational dependence of atomic multipole moments
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1995) 238, 253–260
91 C. R. Le Sueur & A. J. Stone.
Localization methods for distributed polarizabilities
Molec. Phys. (1994) 83, 293–308
90 A. J. Stone & C.-S. Tong.
Anisotropy of atom-atom repulsions
J. Comput. Chem. (1994) 15, 1377–1392
89 P. L. A. Popelier, A. J. Stone & D. J. Wales.
Topography of potential-energy surfaces for van der Waals complexes
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. (1994) 97, 243–264
88 S. L. Price, A. J. Stone, J. Lucas, R. S. Rowland & A. Thornley.
On the nature of –Cl…Cl– intermolecular interactions
J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (1994) 116, 4910–4918
87 P. L. A. Popelier & A. J. Stone.
Formulae for the first and second derivatives of anisotropic potentials with respect to geometrical parameters
Molec. Phys. (1994) 82, 411–425
86 S. L. Craig & A. J. Stone.
Stereoselectivity and regioselectivity in Diels–Alder reactions studied by intermolecular perturbation theory
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. (1994) 90, 1663–1668
85 C. R. Le Sueur & A. J. Stone.
Practical schemes for distributed polarizabilities
Molec. Phys. (1993) 78, 1267–1291
84 A. J. Stone.
Computation of charge-transfer energies by perturbation theory
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1993) 211, 101–109
83 S. Picaud, P. N. M. Hoang, C. Girardet, A. W. Meredith & A. J. Stone.
Theoretical study of the monolayer structures of CO adsorbed on NaCl(100)
Surface Sci. (1993) 294, 149–160
82 S. A. McDowell, C. R. Le Sueur, A. D. Buckingham & A. J. Stone.
Using monomer properties to obtain integrated intensities for vibrational transitions of van der Waals complexes
Molec. Phys. (1992) 77, 823–835
81 R. G. A. Bone, C. R. Le Sueur, R. D. Amos & A. J. Stone.
Stationary points on the potential energy surfaces of (SO2)2 and (SO2)3
J. Chem. Phys. (1992) 96, 8390–8410
80 C. Millot & A. J. Stone.
Towards an accurate intermolecular potential for water
Molec. Phys. (1992) 77, 439–462
79 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
Electrostatic models for polypeptides: can we assume transferability?
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. (1992) 88, 1755–1763
78 P. M. Rodger, A. J. Stone & D. J. Tildesley.
Anisotropic site-site potentials in molecular dynamics
Molec. Simulation (1992) 8, 145–164
77 A. J. Stone.
The calculation of intermolecular potentials
In Advances in Biomolecular Simulations. American Institute of Physics, vol. 239 of AIP Conference Proceedings, 1991 3–19.
76 R. G. A. Bone, T. W. Rowlands, N. C. Handy & A. J. Stone.
Transition states from molecular symmetry groups: analysis of non-rigid acetylene trimer
Molec. Phys. (1991) 72, 33–73
75 C. R. Le Sueur, A. J. Stone & P. W. Fowler.
Induced dipole moments in acetylene complexes
J. Phys. Chem. (1991) 95, 3519–3522
74 A. J. Stone.
Classical electrostatics in molecular interactions
In Theoretical Models of Chemical Bonding, edited by Z. B. Maksi\'c. Springer-Verlag, vol. 4, 1991 103–131.
73 A. J. Stone.
Methods for calculating intermolecular potential-energy surfaces
In Hydrogen-Bonded Liquids, edited by J. C. Dore & J. Texeira. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991 25–47.
72 A. J. Stone.
The calculation of intermolecular potential-energy surfaces
In Dynamics of Polyatomic van der Waals Complexes, edited by N. Halberstadt & K. Janda. Plenum Press, 1990 329–341.
71 A. J. Stone.
Theoretical models for intermolecular potentials
In Modelling of Molecular Structures and Properties, edited by J.-L. Rivail. Elsevier, 1990 27–44.
70 A. J. Stone & C.-S. Tong.
Local and non-local dispersion models
Chem. Phys. (1989) 137, 121–135
69 D. J. Wales & A. J. Stone.
Bonding in transition-metal clusters
Inorg. Chem. (1989) 28, 3120–3127
68 C. A. Hunter, J. K. M. Sanders & A. J. Stone.
Exciton coupling in porphyrin dimers
Chem. Phys. (1989) 133, 395–404
67 R. M. Lynden-Bell & A. J. Stone.
Reorientational correlation functions, quaternions and Wigner rotation matrices
Molec. Simulation (1989) 3, 271–281
66 A. J. Stone.
Assessment of multipolar approximations to the induction energy
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1989) 155, 111–118
65 A. J. Stone.
The induction energy of an assembly of polarizable molecules
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1989) 155, 102–110
64 A. J. Stone & S. L. Price.
Some new ideas in the theory of intermolecular forces: anisotropic atom-atom potentials
J. Phys. Chem. (1988) 92, 3325–3335
63 P. M. Rodger, A. J. Stone & D. J. Tildesley.
Intermolecular interactions in halogens: bromine and iodine
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1988) 145, 365–370
62 P. M. Rodger, A. J. Stone & D. J. Tildesley.
The intermolecular potential of chlorine — a three-phase study
Molec. Phys. (1988) 63, 173–188
61 D. J. Wales & A. J. Stone.
Theoretical studies of rearrangements in boranes
Inorg. Chem. (1987) 26, 3845–3850
60 A. J. Stone & D. J. Wales.
A new structural tensor surface harmonic bonding theory
Molec. Phys. (1987) 61, 747–765
59 P. M. Rodger, A. J. Stone & D. J. Tildesley.
Atomic anisotropy and the structure of liquid chlorine
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. II (1987) 83, 1689–1702
58 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
The electrostatic interactions in van der Waals complexes involving aromatic molecules
J. Chem. Phys. (1987) 86, 2859–2868
57 P. W. Fowler & A. J. Stone.
Induced dipole moments of van der Waals complexes
J. Phys. Chem. (1987) 91, 509–511
56 A. J. Stone & D. J. Wales.
Theoretical studies of icosahedral C60 and some related species
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1986) 128, 501–503
55 G. J. B. Hurst, P. W. Fowler, A. J. Stone & A. D. Buckingham.
Intermolecular forces in van der Waals dimers
Int. J. Quantum Chem. (1986) 29, 1223–1239
54 A. D. Buckingham, P. W. Fowler & A. J. Stone.
Electrostatic predictions of shapes and properties of Van der Waals molecules
Internat. Rev. Phys. Chem. (1986) 5, 107–114
53 A. J. Stone.
Distributed polarizabilities
Molec. Phys. (1985) 56, 1065–1082
52 A. J. Stone & M. Alderton.
Distributed multipole analysis — methods and applications
Molec. Phys. (1985) 56, 1047–1064
51 R. D. Amos, N. C. Handy, P. J. Knowles, J. E. Rice & A. J. Stone.
Ab-initio prediction of properties of CO2, NH3 and CO2…NH3
J. Phys. Chem. (1985) 89, 2186–2192
50 A. J. Stone & R. J. A. Tough.
Spherical tensor theory of long-range intermolecular forces
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1984) 110, 123–129
49 A. J. Stone.
Intermolecular forces
In Molecular Liquids: Dynamics and Interactions, edited by A. J. Barnes, W. J. Orville-Thomas & J. Yarwood. D. Reidel, NATO A.S.I. series, 1984 1–34.
48 A. J. Stone.
The bonding in boron and transition-metal cluster compounds
Polyhedron (1984) 3, 1299–1306
47 I. C. Hayes, G. J. B. Hurst & A. J. Stone.
Intermolecular perturbation theory: applications to He…Be, Ar…HF, Ar…HCl and Ne…H2
Molec. Phys. (1984) 53, 107–127
46 I. C. Hayes & A. J. Stone.
An intermolecular perturbation theory for the region of moderate overlap
Molec. Phys. (1984) 53, 83–105
45 I. C. Hayes & A. J. Stone.
Matrix elements between determinantal wavefunctions of non-orthogonal orbitals
Molec. Phys. (1984) 53, 69–82
44 S. L. Price, A. J. Stone & M. Alderton.
Explicit formulae for the electrostatic energy, forces and torques between a pair of molecules of arbitrary symmetry
Molec. Phys. (1984) 52, 987–1001
43 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
A six-site intermolecular potential scheme for the azabenzene molecules, derived by crystal structure analysis
Molec. Phys. (1984) 51, 569–583
42 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
A distributed multipole analysis of the charge densities of the azabenzene molecules
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1983) 98, 419–423
41 A. J. Stone & I. C. Hayes.
Intermolecular perturbation theory for van der Waals molecules
Faraday Disc. Chem. Soc. (1982) 73, 19–31
40 A. J. Stone & M. J. Alderton.
A new model of structure and bonding in the boron hydrides
Inorg. Chem. (1982) 21, 2297–2302
39 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
The anisotropy of the Cl2…Cl2 pair potential as shown by the crystal structure — evidence for intermolecular bonding or lone-pair effects?
Molec. Phys. (1982) 47, 1457–1470
38 A. J. Stone.
New approach to bonding in transition-metal clusters and related compounds
Inorg. Chem. (1981) 20, 563–571
37 A. J. Stone.
Distributed multipole analysis; or how to describe a molecular charge distribution
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1981) 83, 233–239
36 A. J. Stone & C. P. Wood.
Root-rational-fraction package for exact calculation of vector coupling coefficients
Computer Phys. Comm. (1980) 21, 195.
35 A. J. Stone & R. W. Erskine.
Intermolecular self-consistent-field perturbation theory for organic reactions. Theory and implementation; nucleophilic attack on carbonyl compounds
J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (1980) 102, 7185–7192
34 A. J. Stone.
A new approach to bonding in transition-metal clusters: Theory
Molec. Phys. (1980) 41, 1339–1354
33 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
Evaluation of anisotropic model intermolecular pair potentials using an ab initio SCF-CI surface
Molec. Phys. (1980) 40, 805–822
32 R. J. A. Tough & A. J. Stone.
Molecular light scattering — a spherical tensor approach
Molec. Phys. (1979) 37, 1469–1488
31 A. J. Stone.
Intermolecular forces
In The Molecular Physics of Liquid Crystals, edited by G. R. Luckhurst & G. W. Gray. Academic Press, 1979 31–50.
30 S. L. Price & A. J. Stone.
Correction for basis superposition error in correlated wavefunctions
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1979) 65, 127–131
29 A. J. Stone.
The description of bimolecular potentials, forces and torques: the S and V function expansions
Molec. Phys. (1978) 36, 241–256
28 A. J. Stone.
Theories of organic reactions
Chemical Society Specialist Periodical Reports (1978) 3, 39–69
27 R. J. A. Tough & A. J. Stone.
Properties of the regular and irregular solid harmonics
J. Phys. A (1977) 10, 1261–1269
26 A. J. Stone.
Two-group model for the Rayleigh and Raman circular intensity differential – formulation for general geometries
Molec. Phys. (1977) 33, 293–299
25 A. J. Stone.
Spin-orbit coupling and the intersection of potential energy surfaces in polyatomic molecules
Proc. Roy. Soc. A (1976) 351, 150–141
24 A. J. Stone.
Properties of cartesian–spherical transformation coefficients
J. Phys. A (1976) 9, 485–497
23 A. J. Stone.
Transformation between cartesian and spherical tensors
Molec. Phys. (1975) 29, 1461–1471
22 P. B. Davies, F. D. Wayne & A. J. Stone.
The gas-phase electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of vibrationally excited SO radicals
Molec. Phys. (1974) 28, 1409–1422
21 A. J. Stone.
Numerical analysis of Mössbauer spectra: correction for thick absorbers
Nuclear Instr. Methods (1973) 107, 285–291
20 A. H. Curran, R. G. MacDonald, A. J. Stone & B. A. Thrush.
Gas-phase electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum and dipole moment of NF 1Delta
Proc. Roy. Soc. A (1973) 332, 355–363
19 P. B. Davies, B. A. Thrush, A. J. Stone & F. D. Wayne.
The gas-phase electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of excited 4p5 2P1/2 bromine atoms
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1972) 17, 19–21
18 D. R. Kearns & A. J. Stone.
Excited-state intermolecular interactions involving paramagnetic molecules: effect of spin-spin and spin-orbit interactions on the quenching of triplets
J. Chem. Phys. (1971) 55, 3383–3389
17 A. H. Curran, R. G. MacDonald, A. J. Stone & B. A. Thrush.
The electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of NF 1Delta
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1971) 8, 451–453
16 A. J. Stone.
Improvement of resolution of Mössbauer and other spectra by Fourier transform techniques
Chem. Phys. Lett. (1970) 6, 331–335
15 N. A. B. Gray & A. J. Stone.
Justifiability of the ZDO approximation in terms of a power series expansion
Theor. Chim. Acta (1970) 18, 389–390
14 M. G. Clark & A. J. Stone.
On the equivalence of mass-change shift and second-order Doppler shift in the Mössbauer effect
Phys. Letters (1969) 30A, 144–145
13 A. J. Stone.
A proposed model for the sodium pump
Biochim. Biophys. Acta (1968) 150, 578–586
12 G. M. Bancroft, R. G. Burns & A. J. Stone.
Applications of the Mössbauer effect to silicate mineralogy. II. Iron silicates of unknown and complex crystal structures
Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (1968) 32, 547–559
11 M. G. Clark, G. M. Bancroft & A. J. Stone.
Mössbauer spectrum of Fe2+ in a square-planar environment
J. Chem. Phys. (1967) 47, 4250–4261
10 G. M. Bancroft, A. G. Maddock, W. K. Ong, R. H. Prince & A. J. Stone.
Mössbauer spectra of iron(III) diketone complexes
J. Chem. Soc. A (1967) 1967, 1966–1971
9 E. A. G. Armour & A. J. Stone.
Calculation of the n.m.r. spin-spin coupling constants in ethylene
Proc. Roy. Soc. A (1967) 302, 25–34
8 R. G. Burns, M. G. Clark & A. J. Stone.
Vibronic polarization in the electronic spectra of gillespite, a mineral containing iron(II) in square-planar coordination
Inorg. Chem. (1966) 5, 1268–1272
7 P. F. Baker & A. J. Stone.
A kinetic method for investigating hypothetical models of the sodium pump
Biochim. Biophys. Acta (1966) 126, 321–329
6 A. J. Stone & A. Carrington.
Temperature variation of proton hyperfine splittings in amino groups
Trans. Faraday Soc. (1965) 61, 2593–2596
5 A. J. Stone.
Computation of character tables for nonrigid molecules
J. Chem. Phys. (1964) 41, 1568–1579
4 A. J. Stone.
g tensors of aromatic hydrocarbons
Molec. Phys. (1963) 7, 311–316
3 A. J. Stone.
g factors of aromatic free radicals
Molec. Phys. (1963) 6, 509–515
2 A. J. Stone.
Gauge invariance of the g tensor
Proc. Roy. Soc. A (1963) 271, 424–434
1 H. C. Longuet-Higgins & A. J. Stone.
The electronic structure and electron spin resonance of tricyclopentadienyl trinickel dicarbonyl
Molec. Phys. (1962) 5, 417–424

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