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Starting with a short, self-contained, introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules. This short book aims at describing models of bonding with an emphasis on concepts rather than the elaborate calculation of modern molecular quantum mechanics. Much new work triggered by the need of an ever wider community to understand non-covalent interactions is missing. Chapter 4 deals with a simple two-state model of weak interactions, introducing the reader to understand second-order electric properties of molecules and Vd W bonding between closed shells. Starting with a short, self-contained,introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules. Energy partitioning schemes have much improved our understanding of inorganic compounds where unusual bonding schemes are more common. In Chapter 3 the Huckel model of the linear polyene chain is used to explain the origin of band structure in the 1-dimensional crystal.

A readable little book assisting the student in understanding, in a nonmathematical way, the essentials of the different bonds occurring in chemistry. A readable little book assisting the student in understanding, in a nonmathematical way, the essentials of the different bonds occurring in chemistry. In Chapter 3 the Hückel model of the linear polyene chain is used to explain the origin of band structure in the 1-dimensional crystal. In Chapter 3 the Hückel model of the linear polyene chain is used to explain the origin of band structure in the 1-dimensional crystal. He is supervising a research group working on the theoretical study of atomic and molecular interactions, and is author or co-author of over 170 scientific papers mostly published on international journals, and of one book on Molecular Quantum Mechanics. A list of alphabetically ordered references, author and subject indices complete the book.

Lastly, Chapter 5 studies the structure of H-bonded dimers and the nature of the hydrogen bond, which has a strength intermediate between a VdW bond and a weak chemical bond. A list of alphabetically ordered references, author and subject indices complete the book. Starting with a short, self-contained,introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules. The E-mail message field is required. Van der Waals interactions and hydrogen bonding are discussed in a predictable way, with the occasional error.

Chapter 4 deals with a simple two-state model of weak interactions, introducing the reader to understand second-order electric properties of molecules and VdW bonding between closed shells. In Chapter 3 the Huckel model of the linear polyene chain is used to explain the origin of band structure in the 1-dimensional crystal. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. In Chapter 3 the Huckel model of the linear polyene chain is used to explain the origin of band structure in the 1-dimensional crystal. Starting with a short, self-contained, introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules. Indeed, the text is dominated by equations, often part of a derivation, but always with an eye on application and instant illustration.

May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. A readable little book assisting the student in understanding, in a nonmathematical way, the essentials of the different bonds occurring in chemistry. The E-mail message field is required. The chemical bond -- An introduction to bonding in solids -- pt. Starting with a short, self-contained, introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules.

Lastly, Chapter 5 studies the structure of H-bonded dimers and the nature of the hydrogen bond, which has a strength intermediate between a VdW bond and a weak chemical bond. This balance between the general analytic and the specific makes the book readable in spite of its sober narrative, which is compensated by an attractive type setting. Lastly, Chapter 5 studies the structure of H-bonded dimers and the nature of the hydrogen bond, which has a strength intermediate between a VdW bond and a weak chemical bond. Chapter 4 deals with a simple two-state model of weak interactions, introducing the reader to understand second-order electric properties of molecules and VdW bonding between closed shells. The book lacks any account of developments on hydrogen bonding since the second half of the 1980s. All this is preceded by a chapter on mathematical foundations, which sets the tone of the book. Although there are no exercises the main text can be viewed as a rich source of fully worked out exercises in solving H? Starting with a short, self-contained,introduction, Chapter 1 presents the essential elements of the variation approach to either total or second-order molecular energies, the system of atomic units au necessary to simplify all mathematical expressions, and an introductory description of the electron distribution in molecules.

Within this framework the book covers diatomics, first-row hydrides, alkenes including benzene and polyenes , insulators, semi conductors, van der Waals systems and simple hydrogen bonded dimers. Using mostly 2x2 Huckel secular equations, Chapter 2, by far the largest part of the book because of the many implications of the chemical bond, introduces a model of bonding in homonuclear and heteronuclear diatomics, multiple and delocalized bonds in hydrocarbons, and the stereochemistry of chemical bonds in polyatomic molecules, in a word, a model of the strong first-order interactions originating the chemical bond. The author appears to have worked through all the equations, borrowing from his own lecture notes and his very recent single-author publications. A list of alphabetically ordered references, author and subject indices complete the book. A list of alphabetically ordered references, author and subject indices complete the book. Abstract: A readable little book assisting the student in understanding, in a nonmathematical way, the essentials of the different bonds occurring in chemistry.

Lastly, Chapter 5 studies the structure of H-bonded dimers and the nature of the hydrogen bond, which has a strength intermediate between a VdW bond and a weak chemical bond. A list of alphabetically ordered references, author and subject indices complete the book. In summary, although this book has one foot in the past and the other as well, it serves as a useful collection of case studies in standard models of short and long range interactions. Analytic treatment is prolonged, often to its limit, including the explicit algebraic solution of the general cubic equation, for example. Von Vereinigtes Königreich nach Deutschland Beschreibung: 2010. Lastly, Chapter 5 studies the structure of H-bonded dimers and the nature of the hydrogen bond, which has a strength intermediate between a VdW bond and a weak chemical bond. Using mostly 2x2 Hückel secular equations, Chapter 2, by far the largest part of the book because of the many implicat.