Methods in Computational Chemistry

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EditorStephen Wilson

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From a review of Volume 1: '...well worth the attention of quantum chemists...the high quality of the contents augurs well for future volumes in the series.'-Nature This latest volume describes nuclear motion in isolated molecules, an important bridge between theoretical studies of molecular structure and experimentally observed vibration and vibration-rotation spectra.

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From a review of Volume 1: ''...well worth the attention of quantum chemists...the high quality of the contents augurs well for future volumes in the series.''-Nature This latest volume describes nuclear motion in isolated molecules, an important bridge between theoretical studies of molecular structure and experimentally obser...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:254 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublisher:Springer

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ISBN - 10:0306441683

ISBN - 13:9780306441684

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An Introduction to Molecular Vibration Theory (S. Wilson). The Mathematics of VibrationRotation Calculations (B.T. Sutcliffe). The Calculation of Highly Excited Rovibrational States of Triatomic Molecules (J. Tennyson et al.). The ManyBody Perturbation Theory of the VibrationalElectronic Problem in Molecules (I. Hubac, M. Svrcek). Index.