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Joel Liebman
Ph.D. Princeton University 1970; M.S. Princeton University 1968; B.S. Brooklyn College 1967

E. Taskinen, T. Alanko and J.F. Liebman, “Relative Thermodynamic Stabilities of the Isomeric Dihydrofurans and Isomeric Dihydropyrans.  An Experimental and DFT Study,” Struct. Chem., 17, 323-326 (2006).

C.A. Deakyne, A.K. Corum, H.M. Thomas and J.F. Liebman, 'The Structure and Energetics of [B, C, F, H2]: Simplicity Resulting in Diversity,' J. Fluor. Chem., 237, 1355-1367 (2006).

M. Ponikvar and J.F. Liebman, “Paradigms and Paradoxes: Patterns and Estimation of the Entropy of Formation of Aqueous Polynuclear Oxyanions,” Struct. Chem., 17, 623-629 (2006).

M.A.R. Matos, M.S. Miranda, V.M.F. Morais and J.F. Liebman, “Benzanilide: On the Crossroads of Calorimetry, Computations and Concepts,” Mol. Phys., 104, 2855-2860 (2006).

I. Alkorta, J. Elguero and J.F. Liebman, “The Annular Tautomerism of Imidazoles and Pyrazoles: The Possible Existence of Non-Aromatic Forms,” Struct. Chem., 17, 439-444 (2006). 

D. Lenoir, C. Wattenbach and J.F. Liebman, “Tetra-tert-butylethylene: Fantasy, Fake, or Reality?” Struct. Chem., 17, 419-422 (2006).

A. Greer, O.R. Wauchope, N.S. Farina, P. Haberfield and J.F. Liebman, “Paradigms and Paradoxes:  Mechanisms for Possible Enhanced Biological Activity of Bilaterally Symmetrical Chemicals,” Struct. Chem., 17, 347-350 (2006).