- A concise introduction for students of physics, chemistry, biochemistry and materials science
- Ajit J Thakkar
- June 2014
DescriptionThis book is designed to help the non-specialist user of spectroscopic measurements and electronic structure computations to achieve a basic understanding of the underlying concepts of quantum chemistry. The book can be used to teach introductory quantum chemistry to second- or third-year undergraduates either as a stand-alone one-semester course or as part of a physical chemistry or materials science course. Researchers in related fields can use the book as a quick introduction or refresher.
About EditorsAjit Thakkar is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Brunswick. His research program in the theoretical and computational prediction of molecular properties and interactions has led to more than 250 research papers. His research was recognized by the awards of a prestigious Alfred P Sloan Research Fellowship in 1984, the Canadian Society for Chemistry's Noranda Award (now called the Laidler Award) in 1991, and the European Society for Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering ICCMSE prize in 2004.
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Paperback ISBN: 9780750327626
Ebook ISBN: 9781627057011
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers