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  • Matta, C. F. (2014). “Modeling biophysical and biological properties from the characteristics of the molecular electron density, electron localization and delocalization, and electrostatic potential”; Journal of Computational Chemistry 35, 1165-1198.

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  • Wallace, S.; Huang, L.; Matta, C. F.; Massa, L.; Bernal, (2012). “New structures of hydronium cation clusters”, Comptes Rendus Chimie 15, 700-707.

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  • Matta, C. F.; Massa, L., Keith T. A. (2011). “Richard F. W. Bader: A True Pioneer”, Journal of Physical Chemistry A 115, 12427-12431.

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  • Arabi, A. A.; Matta, C. F. (2009). “Where is electronic energy stored in an adenosine triphosphate?”, Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113, 3360-3368.

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  • Matta, C. F.; Hernández-Trujillo, J.; Tang, T.-H.; and Bader, R. F. W. (2003). “Hydrogen-hydrogen bonding: a stabilizing interaction in molecules and crystals”, Chemistry – A European Journal 9, 1940-1951.

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  • Matta, C. F. and Bader, R. F. W. (2003). “Atoms-in-molecules study of the genetically-encoded amino acids. III. Bond and atomic properties and their correlations with experiment including mutation-induced changes in protein stability and genetic coding”, Proteins: Structure, Function, and Genetics 52, 360-399.

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  • Matta, C. F. and Gillespie, R. J. (2002). “Understanding and interpreting molecular electron density distributions”, Journal of Chemical Education 79, 1141-1152.

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  • Bader, R. F. W.; Matta, C. F.; and Martín, F. J. (2003). “Atoms in medicinal chemistry”, Chapter 7 in: Alber, F. and Carloni, P. (Eds.) Medicinal Quantum Chemistry (Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry Series), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, pp. 201-232.

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  • Matta, C. F. (2001). “Theoretical reconstruction of the electron density of large molecules from fragments determined as proper open quantum systems: The properties of morphine, the oripavine PEO, and enkephalins”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105, 11088-11101.

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