Products in Chemistry
|General Chemistry |
by Linus Pauling
Revised third edition of classic first-year text by Nobel laureate. Covers atomic and molecular structure, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics correlated with descriptive chemistry. Problems.
|Group Theory and Chemistry |
by David M. Bishop
Concise, self-contained introduction to group theory and its applications to chemical problems. Symmetry, matrices, molecular vibrations, transition metal chemistry, more. Relevant math included. Advanced-undergraduate/graduate-level. 1973 edition.
|Group Theory and Quantum Mechanics |
by Michael Tinkham
Graduate-level text develops group theory relevant to physics and chemistry and illustrates their applications to quantum mechanics, with systematic treatment of quantum theory of atoms, molecules, solids. 1964 edition.
|Handbook of Computational Quantum Chemistry |
by David B. Cook
This comprehensive text provides upper-level undergraduates and graduate students with an accessible introduction to the implementation of quantum ideas in molecular modeling, exploring practical applications alongside theoretical explanations. 1998 edition.
|Introduction to Crystallography |
by Donald E. Sands
Clear, concise explanation of logical development of basic crystallographic concepts. Topics include crystals and lattices, symmetry, x-ray diffraction, and more. Problems, with answers. 114 illustrations. 1969 edition.
|An Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics |
by Terrell L. Hill
Four-part treatment covers principles of quantum statistical mechanics, systems composed of independent molecules or other independent subsystems, and systems of interacting molecules, concluding with a consideration of quantum statistics.
|Introduction to Stereochemistry |
by Kurt Mislow
Introductory text reviews molecular architecture, classifies stereoisomers according to symmetry properties and nature of barriers, and explores conceptual basis of asymmetric syntheses and kinetic resolutions. Exercises with answers. 1965 edition.
|The Irreducible Tensor Method for Molecular Symmetry Groups |
by J. S. Griffith
Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this text covers V coefficients for symmetry groups, W coefficients, irreducible products, two-electron formulae for the octahedral group, X coefficients, more. 1962 edition.
|Kinetic Theory of Gases |
by Walter Kauzmann
Monograph and text supplement for first-year students of physical chemistry focuses chiefly on the molecular basis of important thermodynamic properties of gases, including pressure, temperature, and thermal energy. 1966 edition.
|Magnetism and Transition Metal Complexes |
by F. E. Mabbs, D. J. Machin
A detailed view of the calculation methods involved in the magnetic properties of transition metal complexes, this volume offers sufficient background for original work in the field. 1973 edition.
|Material Concepts in Surface Reactivity and Catalysis |
by Henry Wise, Jacques Oudar
Valuable text focuses on physical and chemical properties of surface in a reacting system. Topics include crystallite morphology, interface equilibria, adsorption and desorption kinetics, binding states and adsorbate structures, more.
|Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry |
by Jay Martin Anderson
Introduction to problems of molecular structure and motion covers calculus of orthogonal functions, algebra of vector spaces, and Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of classical mechanics. Answers to problems. 1966 edition.
|Molecular Collision Theory |
by M. S. Child
This high-level monograph offers an analytical treatment of classical scattering by a central force, quantum scattering by a central force, elastic scattering phase shifts, and semi-classical elastic scattering. 1974 edition.
|Molecular Quantum Electrodynamics |
by D. P. Craig, T. Thirunamachandran
Self-contained, systematic introduction examines application of quantum electrodynamics to interpretation of optical experiments on atoms and molecules and explains the quantum theory of electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with matter.
|Molecular Theory of Capillarity |
by J. S. Rowlinson, B. Widom
History of surface phenomena offers critical and detailed examination and assessment of modern theories, focusing on statistical mechanics and application of results in mean-field approximation to model systems. 1989 edition.