The state-of-the-art in contemporary theoretical chemistry is presented in this 4-volume set with numerous contributions from the most highly regarded experts in their field. It provides a concise introduction and critical evaluation of theoretical approaches in relation to experimental evidence.
Contents: B.T. Sutcliffe, York, UK: The Concept of Molecular Structure.- O.E. Polansky: Topology and Properties of Molecules.- J.P. Dahl, Lyngby, Denmark: Symmetry in Molecules.- L.D. Barron, Glasgow, UK: Chirality of Molecular Structures - Basic Principles and their Consequences.- J.E. Boggs, Austin, TX: Interplay of Experiment and Theory in Determining Molecular Geometries. A. The Experiments.- J.E. Boggs, Austin, TX: Interplay of Experiment and Theory in Determining Molecular Geometries. B. Theoretical Methods.- A.Y. Meyer, Jerusalem, Israel: Molecular Mechanics alias Mass Points and Elastic Springs Model of Molecules.- K.B. Wiberg, New Haven, CT: Atoms in Molecular Environments.- Z.B. Maksi, Zagreb, Yugoslavia: The Modelling of Molecules as Collections of Modified Atoms
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