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Solids and surfaces : a chemist's view of bonding in extended structures

Author: Roald Hoffmann
Publisher: New York, NY : VCH Publishers, 1988.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roald Hoffmann
ISBN: 0895737094 9780895737090 3527269053 9783527269051 0471187100 9780471187103
OCLC Number: 17874297
Description: x, 142 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Orbitals and bands in one dimension --
Bloch functions, k, band structures --
Band width --
See how they run --
An eclipsed stack of Pt(II) squares planar complexes --
The Fermi level --
More dimensions, at least two --
Setting up a surface problem --
Density of states --
Where are the electrons? --
The detective work of tracing molecule-surface interactions: decomposition of the DOS --
Where are the bonds? --
A solid state sample: ThCr2Si2 structure --
The frontier orbital perspective --
Orbital interaction on a surface --
A case study: CO on Ni(100) --
Barriers to chemisorption --
Chemisorption is a compromise --
Frontiers orbitals in three-dimensional extended structures --
More than one electronic unit in the unit cell, folding bands --
Making bonds in a crystal --
The peierls distortion --
A brief excursion into the third dimension --
Qualitative reasoning about orbital interactions on surfaces --
The Fermi level matters --
Another methodology and some credits --
What's new in the solid.
Responsibility: Roald Hoffmann.

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