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88 49 I. Gutman and N. Trinajsfi6 I. Introduction and Glossary Graph Theory is a very exciting part of pure and applied mathematics because it has a universal character. Thus, Graph Theory is nowdays used in very diverse fields, for example, economicsl}, theoretical physics 2,3}, psychology4~, biomathematicsS}, linguisticse), nuclear physics~,3}, sociology7), transportationS}, etc. Similarly, in recent years we have witnessed a remarkable growth in the applications of the principles of Graph Theory in chemistryg).

We turn now to reaction dynamics. The theoretical approach to this problem relies on the calculation of trajectories on the potential surface for the reactions. Crossed molecular beams, infrared chemiluminescence and chemical laser techniques are now available to obtain the information experimentally. In particular, it is now possible for simple gasphase reactions to be studied by both theory and experiment, yielding information on the partitioning of the heat of reaction into vibrational, rotational and translational degrees of freedom.

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