2 edition of Introductory theoretical chemistry found in the catalog.
Introductory theoretical chemistry
Grover Howard Cartledge
|Statement||by G. H. Cartledge.|
|LC Classifications||QD453 .C26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 553 p.|
|Number of Pages||553|
|LC Control Number||29003930|
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Emphasis is on the concepts, tools and equations that govern the three main theoretical chemistry sub-disciplines. An associated website supplies supplementary material plus a host of links to other theoretical chemistry sites.
Ideal for advanced undergraduate or graduate students, this book is highly illustrated Cited by: Ideal for advanced undergraduate or graduate students, this book is highly illustrated and contains over fifty multi-part exercises and worked solutions.
It provides a concise, up-to-date treatise on the underpinnings of modern theoretical chemistry.5/5(3). It is extremely rare for students to encounter a class that has "theoretical chemistry" in its title. This book is intended to illustrate to students that the subject of theoretical chemistry pervades most if not all of the other classes she/he takes in an undergraduate chemistry curriculum.
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It covers all the fundamental topics, and they are very clearly explained. Even so, unfortunately it really lacks mathematical clearness and preciseness: steps are often not explained or neglected (maybe it is required a maths background wider than mine), and several errors (e.g.
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Abstract. Jack Simons returns to basics and focuses on the foundations of modern theoretical chemistry. He emphasizes the concepts, tools and equations governing the three main theoretical chemistry sub-disciplines in this introductory-level text.
Introductory theoretical chemistry. Boston, New York, Ginn [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Cartledge, Grover Howard, Introductory theoretical chemistry.
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