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Physical Chemistry: Quantum mechanics (with CD-ROM) Quantum Mechanics

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Physical Chemistry: Quantum mechanics (with CD-ROM)
These four volumes on physical chemistry combine a clear and thorough presentation of the theoretical and mathematical aspects of the subject with examples and applications drawn from current industrial and academic research. By using the computer to solve problems that include actual experimental data, the author is able to cover the subject matter at a practical level. The books closely integrate the theoretical chemistry being taught with industrial and laboratory practice. This approach enables the student to compare theoretical projections with experimental results, thereby providing a realistic grounding for future practicing chemists and engineers. Each volume of Physical Chemistry includes Mathematica® and Mathcad® Workbooks on CD-ROM. These textbooks can be used to teach physical chemistry without a computer, but the experience is enriched substantially for those students who do learn how to read and write Mathematica® or Mathcad® programs. A TI-89 scientific calculator can be used to solve most of the exercises and problems.
Chapter 1. Why Quantum Mechanics? lbr>Chapter 2. Dynamical Variables and Operators lbr>Chapter 3. The Eigenvalue Problem lbr>Chapter 4. What Do We Measure When We Study Quantum Systems? lbr>Chapter 5. Some Results are Certain, Most are Just Probable lbr>Chapter 6. The Physical Interpretation of the Wave Function lbr>Chapter 7. Tunneling lbr>Chapter 8. Particle in a Box lbr>Chapter 9. Light Emission and Absorption: the Phenomena lbr>Chapter 10. Light Emission and Absorption: Einstein's Phenomenological Theory lbr>Chapter 11. Light Absorption: A Result of Quantum Theory lbr>Chapter 12. Light Emission and Absorption by a Particle in a Box and a Harmonic Oscillator lbr>Chapter 13. Two-Particle Systems lbr>Chapter 14. Angular Momentum lbr>Chapter 15. Two-Particle Systems: the Radial and Angular Schra#246,dinger Equations lbr>Chapter 16. The Energy Eigenstates of a Diatomic Molecule lbr>Chapter 17. Diatomic Molecule: Its Spectroscopy lbr>Chapter 18. Hydrogen Atom: the Eigenstates lbr>Chapter 19. The Spin of the Electron and its Role in Spectroscopy lbr>Chapter 20. The Hydrogen Molecule lbr>Chapter 21. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Electron Spin Resonancelbr>Appendices 1-2
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