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Computational Quantum Chemistry II - The Group Theory Calculator

by Charles M. Quinn

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7327377M
ISBN 100123704561
ISBN 109780123704566

  Published on Short lecture reviewing symmetry and group theory. Topics reviewed include symmetry websites, symmetry operators, symmetry elements, groups, point groups, determining. l.B Standard Notation for Quantum Chemistry 25 l.B.l Introduction 25 1.B.2 The Hamiltonian 25 l.B.3 Many-electron wavefunctions 26 1.B.4 Spin-orbitals 27 l.B.5 Linear expansions for the spatial orbitals 27 1.B.6 Primitive Gaussians 28 l.B.7 Single determinant energy expression 29 1.B.8 Notation for repulsion integrals

The book is very well written and is aimed at starters in the field of computational quantum chemistry, such as new Master and PhD students. This book, however, is not like “normal” quantum chemistry books, where the reader gets drowned in very difficult to understand equations that require a high level of Mathematics : De Visser, Sam P. Wiley also publishes its books in a variety of electronic formats. Some content that appears in print may not be available in electronic books. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Cramer, Christopher J., – Essentials of computational chemistry: theories and models / Christopher J. Cramer. – 2nd ed. p. Size: 6MB.

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