Bonding energies of Cu–O(aqua) interactions were estimated to be about 60 kcal mol.The broad range in Cu–N interaction energies demonstrates the role of induction effects caused by water molecules associated at the various sites of guanine.

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CHICAGO—God may have created the world, but Le Roy M. Look at almost any globe, in the Pacific due west of Mexico.

He is the chief cartographer for Replogle Globes Inc., by far the world's largest globe maker. "Most letters and complaints come directly to me," he says wearily.

Pentaaqua complexes of Cu(I) with guanine were optimized at the DFT B3PW91/6-31G(d) level.

For the most stable structures, vibration frequencies and NBO charges were computed followed by energy analyses. collapsed, and Argentines didn't like the Falkland Islands colored pink like Britain.12 near his home outside Chicago."I worked with Le Roy a little over four years, and he used to tell me, 'This might not pay a lot of money, but I guarantee it's the most unique job you'll ever have,' " recalled former colleague Kevin Dzurny, now chief cartographer at Replogle. It's also one of the most interesting."Tolman, who grew up in Chicago, worked closely with the CIA and U. and foreign government agencies and relied on his own expertise to keep the globes up to date as the company's factory churned them out in as many as 10 languages, ranging from the size of a softball to one that was 32 inches in diameter and sold for thousands of dollars."I don't know how he did it for so many years," said his wife, Vernadene.The longtime chief cartographer for Replogle Globes -- the world's largest globe manufacturer -- would hear from civic leaders worldwide upset that their city didn't appear on his work. In the 1980s, the Japanese wanted their atlases and globes to show that the northerly Kuril Islands belonged to them and not the nearby Soviet Union.Lithuanians complained that they were shown as a Soviet state before the U. And India wanted the disputed Kashmir region entirely within its borders, even though a good portion was in Pakistan's control."We'll have to make damn sure we don't send any of those globes to Pakistan," Tolman told the Wall Street Journal in 1986. But he's always a customer."Tolman, 84, who retired from Replogle in 1998 after 44 years, died Sept.Some people collect globes because they often show the tracks and routes that explorers took as they learned about our planet. Im not a globe collector i actually found this globe and stand in the trash. Please any information would be very helpful thank you.