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Wave mechanics; the first fifty years. A tribute to Professor Louis de Broglie, Nobel laureate, on the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the wave nature of the electron.

Author: Louis de Broglie; William Charles Price; Seymour S Chissick; Tom Ravensdale
Publisher: New York, Wiley [1973]
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Wave mechanics.
New York, Wiley [1973]
(OCoLC)609537104
Named Person: Louis de Broglie; Louis de Broglie
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis de Broglie; William Charles Price; Seymour S Chissick; Tom Ravensdale
ISBN: 0470697318 9780470697313
OCLC Number: 622542
Description: 435 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: Robertson, A.J. The beginnings of chemical physics.-Broglie, L. de. The beginnings of wave mechanics.-Slater, J.C. The development of quantum mechanics in the period 1924-1926.-Van Vleck, J.H. Central fields in two vis-à-vis three dimensions: an historical divertissement.-Roby, K.R. Mathematical foundations of a quantum theory of valence concept.-Daudel, R. The localisation of electrons and the concept of the chemical bond.-Ratner, M.A. and Sabin, J.R. The wave mechanical treatment of hydrogen bonded systems.-Pauling, L. and Keaveny, I. Hybrid bond orbitals.-Liu, L. and others. Application of wave mechanics to the electronic structure of molecules through configuration interaction.-Amos, A.T. Spin and the Pauli Principle.-Jamieson, M.J. Time-dependent Hartree-Fock Theory and its application to calculations of atomic properties.-Urch, D.S. Influence of wave mechanics on inorganic chemistry.-Schaffer, C.E. Ligand field-some recent symmetry developments.-Klein, D.J.A group-theoretic view of weakly interacting sites.-Kaufman, J.J. The role of symmetry and spin restrictions in reactive and non-reactive collisions and molecular decompositions.-Dewar, M.J.S. The role of semi-empirical SCF MO methods.-Coulson, C.A. The influence of wave mechanics on organic chemistry.-Pullman, A. and Pullman, B. Quantum biochemistry.-Geiger, R. and Wagnière, G. Application of wave mechanics to the study of natural optical activity in organic molecules.-Price, W.C. Photo-electron spectroscopy and the electronic structure of matter.-Johnson, K.H. Determination of the electronic structures of complex molecules and solids by the SCF-X2 scattered-wave cluster method.-Benesch, R. Density matrix methods in X-ray scattering and momentum space calculations.-The Science Foundation Course Team, Open University. An approach to the teaching of quantum theory.
Responsibility: Edited by William C. Price, Seymour S. Chissick [and] Tom Ravensdale.

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