Electronic Structure of Molecules: Diatomic Molecules, Small Molecules, Saturated Hydrocarbons, Conjugated Molecules, Molecules of Biochemical Interest focuses on the study of the electronic structure of molecules and associated molecular properties.
The publication first offers information on hydrogen ion-molecule and various kinds of molecular orbitals and helium atom and hydrogen molecule. Discussions focus on the method of linear combinations of atomic orbitals, method of the united atoms, and remarks on helium atom and hydrogen molecule. The text then elaborates on diatomic molecules and general problems in the structure of molecules.
The book touches on molecules containing only cores and simple bonds and small molecules formed by simple bonds and unshared electrons. Topics include alicyclic paraffins and the idea of a simple bond, methane, molecules of ammonia and water in their equilibrium configurations, and relationship between electronic structure and the position of nuclei.
The publication is a valuable source material for readers interested in the electronic structure of molecules.
Chapter I. One-Electron Systems: Hydrogen Ion-Molecule, Various Kinds of Molecular Orbitals
Chapter II. Two-Electron Systems: Helium Atom and Hydrogen Molecule, Interaction Between Electrons
Chapter III. Diatomic Molecules
Chapter IV. Some General Problems in the Structure of Molecules
Chapter V. Molecules Containing Only Cores and Simple Bonds
Chapter VI. Small Molecules Formed by Simple Bonds and Unshared Electrons
Chapter VII. The Ethylene Molecule
Chapter VIII. Purely Conjugated Hydrocarbons Treated by "Naïve" Methods
Chapter IX. Purely Conjugated Hydrocarbons Using "Elaborate" Methods
Chapter X. Conjugated Molecules
Chapter XI. Some Molecules of Biochemical Interest
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- © Pergamon 1966
- 1st January 1966
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