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Quantum Chemistry Workbook. Basic Concepts and Procedures in the Theory of the Electronic Structure of Matter. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2181267
  • Book
  • November 1994
  • 216 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
A comprehensive, practical examination of the basic principles andinner mechanics of matter . . .

Moving from pure principles to real applications, the QuantumChemistry Workbook is a step-by-step study guide to the innerworkings of nature's fundamental systems: free atoms, smallmolecules, polymers, and crystals. Beginning with a short, clearsummary of the basics of quantum mechanics, the Workbook offers achapter-by-chapter exposition in a highly interactive exercise andquestion format that allows readers to work through the mainconcepts discussed. Not simply a conventional workbook, the QuantumChemistry Workbook encourages discovery and original reflection,allowing users, through its rigorous give and take, to discover theintriguing connections hidden within the science. The Workbookincludes:

A comparative overview of how basic concepts and principlesactually work in free atoms, small molecules, polymers, andcrystals

A practical look at the approximation level of a one-electrontype

A complete examination of momentum space, with numerousconceptual illustrations

Atomic units used throughout

An essential companion to any textbook on chemistry and physics,the Quantum Chemistry Workbook is ideal for professors interestedin giving students a firm grasp of the working basics of thescience. For students and professionals interested in pursuing thefundamentals of quantum chemistry on their own, the Workbook is anincomparable introduction and study tool.
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Survey of Fundamentals.


Small Molecules.



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Jean-Louis Calais University of Uppsala, Sweden.
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