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: W. Kutzelnigg, Bochum, FRG: The Physical Origin of the Chemical Bond.- R.G. Pearson, Santa Barbara, CA: Absolute Electronegativity and Absolute Hardness.- K. Jug, Hannover, FRG, M.S. Gopinathan, Madras, India: Valence in Molecular Orbital Theory.- J.-P. Malrieu, Toulouse, France: The Magnetic Description of Conjugated Hydrocarbons.- Z.B. Maksic, Zagreb, Yugoslavia: Directional Properties of Covalent Bonding in Molecules.- P.R. Surj n, Budapest, Hungary: The Two-Electron Bond as a Molecular Building Block.- C. Edmiston, Laramie, WY: Interpretation of Molecular Behaviour by Localized Molecular Orbitals (LMOs).- W.L. Luken, Kingston, NY: Properties of the Fermi Hole and Electronic Localization.- P.J. Kuntz, Berlin, FRG: The Diatomics-in-Molecules Method and the Chemical Bond.- P. Fulde, Stuttgart, FRG: Calculation of Electron Correlations by Using Local Operators.- M. Grodzicki, Hamburg, FRG: The Concept of the Chemical Bond in Solids.- E. Kraka, D. Cremer, K"ln, FRG: Chemical Implication of Local Features of the Electron Density Distribution.- A.A. Low, M.B. Hall, College Station, TX: Electron Deformation Densities and Chemical Bonding in Transition Metal Com plexes.- W.H.E. Schwarz, Siegen, FRG: Fundamentals of Relativistic Effects in Chemistry
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