The Hausdorff chirality measure and a proposed Hausdorff structure measure; Molecular Physics 107, 281 (2009).
The Hausdorff chirality measure quantifies the chirality of a geometric representation of an object by measuring the degree of coincidence of the object with its mirror image. It can also allow comparison between a chiral dopant and host molecules which may illuminate mechanisms for chirality transfer. It has been applied to real molecules very infrequently in comparison to application of...
Published at Molecular Physics
Pages 281 - 291
Published in 2009
Emmanuel O. Oyewande, Maureen P. Neal and Robert Low
Oyewande Oluwole » Dr Oluwole Oyewande obtained his bachelor and master of science degrees from the University of Ibadan. He was awarded a scholarship of the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics for the 2001-2002 advanced postgraduate diploma in condensed matter physics. After successfully completing the intense training program, he was appointed as a research assistant (Wissenschaeftlicher... view full profile
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