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Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry (Dover Books on Chemistry)

by George C. Schatz, Mark A. Ratner

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This is a nice book that is targeted towards graduate students that takes quantum mechanics and applies it to chemical systems and materials science. The problems at the end of every chapter are nice and the book has a solution manual inside it. The book also provides an exstensive bibliography which is nice if you require further information on any of the topics. ( )
  plaws595 | Dec 8, 2011 |
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Advanced graduate-level text looks at symmetry, rotations, and angular momentum addition; introduces basic formalism of time-dependent quantum mechanics and occupation number representations; focuses on scattering theory; uses its concepts to develop basic theories of chemical reaction rates, and more. Problems appear at end of each chapter; solutions included.

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Advanced graduate-level text looks at symmetry, rotations, and angular momentum addition; introduces basic formalism of time-dependent quantum mechanics and occupation number representations; focuses on scattering theory; uses its concepts to develop basic theories of chemical reaction rates, and more. Problems appear at end of each chapter; solutions included.… (more)

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