Basic principles and techniques of molecular quantum mechanics

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Springer-Verlag, 1989 - Science - 686 pages
The primary purpose of the book is to provide a detailed understanding of the principles and techniques of molecular quantum mechanics. It is intended as both a classroom and reference textbook for graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and researchers with diverse backgrounds. It provides sufficient material to allow the student to proceed from a study of basic principles to understanding contemporary research in molecular quantum mechanics. Many features of this book differentiate it from other available books. First, rigor and depth of understanding were not sacrificed simply for the purpose of brevity. Since the text also serves as a reference book, an extensive bibliography to literature articles and other sources is also included. The book presents a comprehensive set of topics, many of which are omitted in comparable textbooks.

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