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Physical Chemistry : a Molecular Approach (97 Edition)by Donald A. Mcquarrie
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Emphasizes a molecular approach to physical chemistry, discussing principles of quantum mechanics first and then using those ideas in development of thermodynamics and kinetics. Chapters on quantum subjects are interspersed with ten math chapters reviewing mathematical topics used in subsequent chapters. Includes material on current physical chemical research, with chapters on computational quantum chemistry, group theory, NMR spectroscopy, and lasers. Units and symbols used in the text follow IUPAC recommendations. Includes exercises.
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This book features a new approach to the teaching of undergraduate physical chemistry. It covers all relevant areas, including molecular spectroscopy, electronic structure computations, molecular beam methods and time-resolved measurements of chemical systems.
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