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Atomic Electronic Structure–Atomic Orbitals


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ATOMIC ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE–ATOMIC ORBITALS

Pages : 180

Print Book ISBN : 9788120308749
Binding : Paperback
Print Book Status : Available
Print Book Price : 525.00  393.75
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eBook ISBN : 9789390669837
Ebook Status : Available
Ebook Price : 525.00  393.75
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This book on electronic structure of atoms suits well as text for advanced undergraduate and beginning postgraduate levels in both Physics and Chemistry. It is easily understood at the beginning college level by students with good preparation in mathematics. The book makes available at one place several important and useful topics, treated quantitatively and in details, that are glossed over in most available texts. The text is detailed enough for independent study.

Features
 It presents scientific antecedents of what led Planck to perceive the cardinal quantum relationship between energy and frequency in electromagnetic radiation.
 A full treatment of the hydrogen atom problem—solution of the non-relativistic Schrodinger equation.
 A detailed workout on hydrogen atom wave function, probability, probability density, and how both radial and angular plots of atomic orbitals are obtained. All plots are quantitative on which measurements can be made.
 A novel quantitative procedure on how charge distribution in hydrogenic orbitals can be easily calculated using a set of charge integrals.
 Detailed derivation of coefficients of pure orbitals as used in a number of common hybrid orbitals.
 Elements of Dirac theory up to the solution of the hydrogen atom problem, in which context it is shown how spin evolves naturally without extraneous assumption.
 An overview of the electronic structure of many-electron atoms.

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