Contributions within Density Functional Theory with Applications in Chemical Reactivity Theory and Electronegativity
In the limits of the density functional theory there are introduced and deduced fundamental chemical descriptors as the chemical action concept, the chemical field, new electronegativity, rate reaction and chemical hardness formulations, the reduced total energy and the partial Hohenberg-Kohn functionals. For electronic density computations the quantum statistic picture of the path integral Feynman-Kleinert formalism is employed to its markovian approximation, providing the framework in which the majority of the chemical reactions and the reactivity of the electronic systems can be treated together with the internal and environmental couplings. Evaluation, representation and interpretation of the present analyzed chemical indices are performed for a prototype many-electronic system such that its electronic structure to display fundamental and excited anharmonic vibrations being in the thermal coupling with the medium. The chemical descriptors introduced and computed shall contribute to the foundation of the chemical reactivity on the conceptual and analytical physical bases, being able to predict the chemical transformations and the characterization of the bonds formation.
About the Author
Mihai V. Putz is Graduate in Physics, Master in Spectroscopy and Doctor in Chemistry with an interest that lies on the structure and reactivity study of the many-electronic systems on behalf of the Density Functional Theory, Statistical and Dynamical X-ray Diffraction and Path Integral Quantum combined approaches.