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Theoretical Chemistry: Advances and Perspectives, Volume 1 analyzes all aspects of theoretical chemistry.
This volume describes the statistical techniques for studying the nonequilibrium behavior of physical systems, followed by a discussion on the theory of optical activity. The interactions of inert gas molecules at large separations and conformal theory of solutions are also reviewed. This book likewise covers the application of the Hartree-Fock approximation to solids. Other topics include the line of sight interaction model, calculation of long-range interaction coefficients, perturbation expansion, common M-fluid theories, and classical Madelung sums.
This publication is intended for researchers and practitioners of disciplines related to theoretical chemistry.
List of Contributors
Nonequilibrium Molecular Dynamics
II. Molecular Dynamics
III. Nonsteady Problems
IV. Steady State Problems
Note Added in Proof
Models in Optical Activity
I. The Self-Consistent Field Concept and Its Relationship to One- and Many-Electron Models
II. General Models for Optical Activity
III. The Line of Sight Interaction Model
IV. Through Bond Effects
V. Coulombic and Exchange Models
Obituary—Peter J. Leonard
Dipole Oscillator Strengths and Related Quantities for Inert Gases
II. Calculation of Long-Range Interaction Coefficients
III. Comparison with Other Results
Conformal Solution Theory: First-Order Generalized Theory for Mixtures
II. The Perturbation Expansion
III. The Common M-Fluid Theories
Hartree-Fock Studies of Electronic Structures of Crystalline Solids
II. Classical Madelung Sums
III. Quantum-Mechanical Calculations
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- © Academic Press 1975
- 1st January 1975
- Academic Press
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