Orbital Interactions in Chemistry
Edition: 1st 1985
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Description: This advanced text on applied molecular orbital theory covers organic, organometallic, inorganic and solid state chemistry to demonstrate how common orbital situations arise throughout the whole chemical spectrum. Highlights the relationships among orbitals, enabling readers to see the theoretical connections across the traditional boundaries of chemistry subdisciplines, thus simplifying structure and reactivity problems.
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List price: $211.00
Copyright year: 1985
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/1/1985
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Atomic and Molecular Orbitals|
|Concepts of Bonding and Orbital Interaction|
|Perturbational Molecular Orbital Theory|
|Molecular Orbital Construction from Fragment Orbitals|
|Molecular Orbitals of Diatomic Molecules and Electronegativity Perturbation|
|Molecular Orbitals and Geometrical Perturbations|
|State Wavefunctions and State Energies|
|Molecular Orbitals of Small Building Blocks|
|Molecules with Two Heavy Atoms|
|Orbital Interactions Through Space and Through Bonds|
|Polyenes and Conjugated Systems|
|Transition Metal Complexes: A Starting Point at the Octahedron|
|Square Planar, Tetrahedral ML 4|
|Complexes and Electron Counting|
|The C 2 v ML 3 Fragment|
|The ML 2 and ML 4 Fragments|
|Complexes of ML 3 , MCp and Cp 2 M|
|The Isolobal Analogy|