Problems in Molecular Orbital Theory

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byThomas A. Albright, Jeremy K. Burdett

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This supplementary problems book, to be used in conjunction with a molecular orbital theory textbook at the senior, first-year graduate level in chemistry courses, is written by leading authorities in molecular orbital theory research and teaching. The text will be useful for courses inadvanced inorganic, physical organic, and group theory. Because many different compounds are presented, the instructor can develop a "personalized course" by selecting problems from a variety of research interests. Carefully worked out solutions, including a large number of informal diagrams, areprovided for all questions and problems. In addition to its practical use for courses, this textbook will also be of interest to individual chemists who want to upgrade their knowledge of molecular orbital theory.

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This supplementary problems book, to be used in conjunction with a molecular orbital theory textbook at the senior, first-year graduate level in chemistry courses, is written by leading authorities in molecular orbital theory research and teaching. The text will be useful for courses inadvanced inorganic, physical organic, and group th...

Thomas A. Albright is at University of Houston. Jeremy K. Burdett is at University of Chicago.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 9.25 × 6.57 × 0.55 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195071751

ISBN - 13:9780195071757

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Table of Contents

1. Useful Supplementary Material2. General Concepts3. Transition Metal Chemistry4. Main Group Chemistry5. Organometallic Chemistry6. Organic Chemistry7. Reactions8. Solids

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"This gem of a small paperback provides a marvellous resource for both teaching and learning of qualitative molecular orbital theory. It represents the distillation of the considerable experience of the authors..." --Chemistry in Australia