The state-of-the-art in contemporary theoretical chemistry is presented in this four volume set with numerous contributions from experts in their field. It provides a concise introduction and critical evaluation of theoretical approaches in relation to experimental evidence. This research text on theoretical chemistry, molecular structures, chemical bonding and molecular spectroscopy is intended for advanced students, academic and industrial researchers.
Contents: J.G. Angy n, G. N ray-Szab?, Budapest, Hungary: Chemical Fragmentation Approach to the Quantum Chemical Description of Extended Systems.- Ch.L. Brooks, III, Pittsburgh, PA: Semiclassical Methods for Large Molecules of Biological Importance.- G.M. Maggiora, J.D. Petke, R.E. Christoffersen, Kalamazoo, MI: Electronic Excited States of Biomolecular Systems: Ab Initio FSGO-based Quantum Mechanical Methods with Applications to Photosynthetic and Related Systems.- A.J. Stone, Cambridge, UK: Classical Electrostatics in Molecular Interactions.- V. Magnasco, Genua, Italy; R.McWeeny, Pisa, Italy: Weak Interactions Between Molecules and Their Physical Interpretation.- S. Scheiner, Carbondale, IL: Ab Initio Studies of Hydrogen Bonding.- J. Tomasi, R. Bonaccorsi, Pisa, Italy; R. Cammi, Parma, Italy: The Extramolecular Electrostatic Potential. An Indicator of the Chemical Reactivity.- S. Shaik, Beer-Sheva, Israel; P.C. Hiberty, Paris, France: Curve Crossing Diagrams as General Models for Chemical Reactivity and Structure.- R.A. van Santen, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; E.J. Baerends, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Orbital Interactions and Chemical Reactivity of Metal Particles and Metal Surfaces.- A. van der Avoird, Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Intermolecular Forces and the Properties of Molecular Solids.- O. Tapia, Uppsala, Sweden: Theoretical Evaluation of Solvent Effects.
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