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The Permutation Group in Physics and Chemistry

Author: Jürgen Hinze
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1979.
Series: Lecture notes in chemistry, 12.
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The permutation group has gained prominence in the fundamental research in diverse areas of physics and chemistry. Covering all salient developments of the last few years in a single symposium would require weeks, legions of participants and parallel sessions, highlighting the differences in language and communication problems between pure mathematicians, high and low energy physicists and chemists. The symposium  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jürgen Hinze
ISBN: 9783642931246 3642931243 9783540097075 3540097074
OCLC Number: 840302045
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. Counting Isomers and Such --
2. Application of the Permutction Group to the Stereoisomer Generation for Computer Assisted Structure Elucidation --
3. Applications of the Permutation Group in Dynamic Stereochemistry --
4. The Spin Double Groups of Molecular Symmetry Groups --
5. Relationship Between the Feasable Group and the Point Group of a Rigid Molecule --
6. Some Suggestions Concerning a Geometric Definition of the Symmetry Group of Non-Rigid Molecules --
7. Symmetry and Thermodynamics from Structured Molecules to Liquid Drops --
8. Representations of the Symmetric Group as Special Cases of the Boson Polynomials in U(n) --
9. The Permutation Group and the Coupling of n Spin- 1/2 Angular Momenta --
10. The Permutation Group in Atomic Structure --
11. Double Cosets and the Evaluation of Matrix Elements --
12. Properties of Double Cosets with Applications to Theoretical Chemistry --
13. The Chirality Algebra; some comments concerning mathematical aspects of the Ruch/Schönhofer chirality theory.
Series Title: Lecture notes in chemistry, 12.
Responsibility: edited by Jürgen Hinze.

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