Computational Chemistry

ISBN-10: 3527324429

ISBN-13: 9783527324422

Edition: 2009 (Workbook)

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List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 9/24/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 250
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.122
Language: English

Thomas Heine is Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics and Theoretical Materials Science at Jacobs University Bremen. He obtained his degrees from TU Clausthal and TU Dresden, Germany. After several postdoctoral stages in Canada, UK, Italy and Switzerland he worked as assistant at the department of Physical Chemistry at TU Dresden, where he designed the theoretical chemistry lab courses. Prof. Heine has authored approximately 100 scientific publications. Jan-Ole Joswig studied chemistry at the Universities of Hamburg, Konstanz and Edinburgh and received his diploma in 1999. He obtained his PhD from the University of Saarland (Saarbrucken) in 2003. After his post-doc period at Helsinki University of Technology he is currently a research associate at Technical University Dresden. His main research interests are properties of semiconductor and metal clusters and nanoparticles, global geometry optimization and proton transport in fuel cells. Achim Gelessus is the system manager for the Computational Laboratory for Analysis, Modeling and Visualization (CLAMV) at Jacobs University. He studied chemistry at BUGH Wuppertal, Germany and University of Sussex, UK. He obtained his PhD in Theoretical Chemistry from University Zurich, Switzerland. From 1998 until 2003 he worked as scientific computing coordinator for the Theory Group at Max-Planch Institute for Polymer Research Main, Germany. His current main interests are scientific computing and computer simulations.

Prof. Dr. Michael Springborg heads up of the three groups in Physical Chemistry at the University of Saarland where the main activities concentrate on teaching and research. The major part of Prof. Dr. Michael Springborg's research concentrates on the development and application of theoretical methods, including accompanying computer programs, for the determination of materials properties. Quantum theory forms the theoretical foundation for most of our work. The materials of the group's interest range from atoms, via clusters and polymers, to solids. They study their structural, electronic, energetic, and opitcal properties.

Preface
Basics of Computational Chemistry
Aim of this Book
How to use this Book
Structure of this Book
The Chapters
The Software
Molecular Coordinates And Symmetry
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Vibrations Of Diatomic Molecules: The Harmonic Approximation
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Vibrations Of Diatomic Molecules: The Schrodinger Equation
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Atomic Orbitals
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Ionisation Potentials And Electron Affinities Of Atoms
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Huckel Molecular Orbital Theory: Stability Of Conjugated Carbon Pi-Systems
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Huckel Molecular Orbital Theory: Bond Order, Charge Order, And Molecular Orbitals
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Geometry Optimization Of A Diatomic Molecule
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
The Electron Spin
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Vibrational Spectroscopy
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Vibrational Spectroscopy And Character Tables -Advanced Topics
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Ionisation Potential And Electron Affinities Of Molecules
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Thermochemistry
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Molecular Dynamics -Basic Concepts
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Molecular Dynamics And Basic Thermodynamics
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Molecular Dynamics -Simulated Annealing
Aim
Theoretical Background
Demonstration
Problems
Review and Summary
Appendix: The Computational Chemistry Software Delivered With This Book
Getting Started
A Brief Introduction to Linux
Character Tables for Chemically Important Point Groups
Computational Chemistry Software Delivered with this Book
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