Period 4, Ga, Ge, As, Se, Br

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Please note that calculations for Period 4 elements are not done at quite as high a level as for lighter elements (i.e. DZV basis set instead of TZV).

Gallium

Ga2 triplet     Ga2 quintet     Ga2 singlet     GaH3     CH3GaH2     GaH2NH2     GaH2OH    
GaO     GaF     GaF3     GaCl3     GaBr3     Ga2Cl6     CH3GaCl2     GaCl4-     ClGaO     GaAs    

Germanium

Ge2 triplet     Ge2 singlet     Ge4 planar     Ge4 tetrahedral     Ge4 linear     GeH2 singlet     GeH2 triplet     GeH4    
GeH3GeH3     CH3GeH3, methylgermane     CH2GeH2     GeH3OH     GeCP+    
GeO singlet     GeO2     GeF4     GeCl2 triplet     GeCl2O     CH3GeOCl    

Arsenic

As2     As4     As4 planar     AsH3     GaAs     CH3AsH2, methylarsine     methylarsonium ion     AsH2OH    
AsO     AsO+     AsO- triplet     AsO- singlet    
AsO2     AsO2+     AsO2-     AsO3     AsO3-     AsF3     AsF5     AsCl3     AsOCl3    

Selenium

Se2 singlet     Se4     H2Se     SeC     CH3SeH     CH3SeH2+     SeO     SeO-     SeO2-     SeO32-     SeO42-    
SeO2     SeO3     SeO3 pyramidal     SeF2     SeF4     SeOCl2    

Bromine

Br2     HBr     HBr+•     LiBr     Br3-     CBr2 singlet     CH3Br     CH2Br2     CHFClBr     CHBr3     CH2ClBr     COBr2    
1,1-dibromoethylene     NH2Br     NBr3     BrN3     NOBr     ONBr    
BrO     BrO2     BrO3+     FBrO     BrF     BrF2+     BrF2-     BrF3     BrF4-     SiClBr    

Acids

Onium Ions: NH3Br+     AsH4+     H3Se+     H2Br+    
Hydrides: HBr     HNCSe     HSeCN     As2H4     H2Se    
Oxyacids: HOBr     HBrO3     HSeOH     H3AsO2    

Anions

Hydride Conjugates: Br-     NCSe-     CNSe-     As2H3-     HSe-    
Oxyanions: OBr-     BrO3-     HOSe-     HSeO-     H2AsO2-     AsO43-    
        SeO42-     Se2O32-     BrO4-    

Oxides

AsH3->O     CH3AsH2->O     H2Se->O     CH3SeH->O     CH3Br->O     H2Se->O2    

Many More Binary Hydrides and their Anions, Cations, and Radicals
Many More Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor Oxides, Oxyacids, and Anions
Many More Formally Double Bonded Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor Oxides, and Oxyacids (e.g.Carbonic and Nitric acid)
Many More Period 3, Al, Si, P, S, Cl Compounds

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This work was supported by an Academic Research Infrastructure Grant from the National Science Foundation, no. 9512457.

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