Quantum chemistry
 Author/Creator
 Levine, Ira N., 1937
 Language
 English.
 Edition
 Seventh edition.
 Publication
 Boston : Pearson, [2014]
 Physical description
 xi, 700 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Available online
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 Course
 CHEM17301  Physical Chemistry
 Instructor(s)
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Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 665666) and index.
 Contents

 1. The Schrodinger Equation. 2. The Particle in a Box. 3. Operators. 4. The Harmonic Oscillator. 5. Angular Momentum. 6. The Hydrogen Atom. 7. Theorems of Quantum Mechanics. 8. The Variation Method. 9. Perturbation Theory. 10. Electron Spin and the SpinStatistics Theorem. 11. ManyElectron Atoms. 12. Molecular Symmetry. 13. Electronic Structure of Diatomic Molecules. 14. Theorems of Molecular Quantum Mechanics. 15. Molecular Electronic Structure. 16. ElectronCorrelation Methods. 17. Semiempirical and MolecularMechanics Treatments of Molecules. Appendix. Bibliography. Answers to Selected Problems. Index.
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 Publisher's Summary
 Known for its solid presentation of mathematics, this bestseller is a rigorous but accessible introduction to both quantum chemistry and the math needed to master it. Quantum Chemistry, Seventh Edition covers quantum mechanics, atomic structure, and molecular electronic structure, and provides a thorough, unintimidating treatment of operators, differential equations, simultaneous linear equations, and other areas of required math. Practical for readers in all branches of chemistry, the new edition reflects the latest quantum chemistry research and methods of computational chemistry, and clearly demonstrates the usefulness and limitations of current quantummechanical methods for the calculation of molecular properties.
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Subjects
 Subject
 Quantum chemistry > Textbooks.
Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 2014
 Responsibility
 Ira N. Levine, Chemistry Department, Brooklyn College, University of New York.
 ISBN
 9780321803450
 0321803450