Martin Klessinger

1971-1999 Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
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Wolfgang Lüttke grad student 1961 Universität Göttingen
 (Das chromophore System der Indigofarbstoffe)
Roy McWeeny post-doc 1963-1965 University of Keele
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Antol I, Eckert-Maksić M, Klessinger M. (2003) Ab initio study of excited state protonation of monosubstituted benzenes Journal of Molecular Structure: Theochem. 664: 309-317
Schulte J, Lauterwein J, Klessinger M, et al. (2003) Configurational assignment in alkyl-branched sugars via the geminal C,H coupling constants Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry. 41: 123-130
Klessinger M, Bornemann C. (2002) Theoretical study of the ring-opening reactions of 2H-azirines - A classification of substituent effects Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry. 15: 514-518
Klessinger M. (2001) Introduction to the workshop on theoretical organic (photo)chemistry Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology a: Chemistry. 144: 217-219
Haas Y, Klessinger M, Zilberg S. (2000) Chemical physics: Preface Chemical Physics. 259: 121-122
Bornemann C, Klessinger M. (2000) Conical intersections and photoreactions of 2H-azirines Chemical Physics. 259: 263-271
Izzo R, Klessinger M. (2000) Optimization of Conical Intersections Using the Semiempirical MNDOC-CI Method with Analytic Gradients Journal of Computational Chemistry. 21: 52-62
Mählmann J, Klessinger M. (2000) Zero-Field Splitting Calculations Based on Semiempirical MR-CI Wave Functions International Journal of Quantum Chemistry. 77: 446-453
Steuhl HM, Bornemann C, Klessinger M. (1999) The mechanism of the photochemical hydrogen migration in 1,3,5-cycloheptatriene: A theoretical study Chemistry - a European Journal. 5: 2404-2412
Eckert-Maksić M, Antol I, Klessinger M, et al. (1999) Proton affinity of substituted naphthalenes Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry. 12: 597-604
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