Cluster Chemistry

In chemistry, a cluster is an ensemble of bound atoms or molecules that is intermediate in size between a molecule and a bulk solid. ... In another definition a cluster compound contains a group of two or more metal atoms where direct and substantial metal bonding is present. The main cluster types are "naked" clusters (without stabilizing ligands) and those with ligands. For transition metal clusters, typical stabilizing ligands include carbon monoxide, halides, isocyanides, alkenes, and hydrides. For main group elements, typical clusters are stabilized by hydride ligands.

 

  • Fail-Over Clusters
  • Scalable High Performance Clusters
  • Application Clusters
  • Network Load balancing clusters

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