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Theoretical and Quantum Mechanics: Fundamentals provides an introduction to theoretical and quantum mechanics for chemists. The book includes carefully selected quantum mechanics topics of the most fundamental interest and use for chemists and classical mechanics topics that relate and illuminate these. A comprehensive treatment is given wherever possible. The book acquaints the chemists with the quantum structure of the basic object of chemistry - the atom - and the author bridges the gap between classical physics, general and inorganic chemistry, and quantum mechanics. The book provides the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Theoretical and Quantum Mechanics: Fundamentals provides an introduction to theoretical and quantum mechanics for chemists. The book includes carefully selected quantum mechanics topics of the most fundamental interest and use for chemists and classical mechanics topics that relate and illuminate these. A comprehensive treatment is given wherever possible. The book acquaints the chemists with the quantum structure of the basic object of chemistry - the atom - and the author bridges the gap between classical physics, general and inorganic chemistry, and quantum mechanics. The book provides the basics of theoretical and quantum mechanics in one place and emphasizes the continuity between them. Key topics include:- applications of quantum methods to simple systems, e.g. one-dimensional potential, harmonic oscillator, hydrogen atom, hydrogen-like atoms- introduction of representation theory and elements of matrix mechanics - development of the perturbation theory - physical explanation of the interaction of an electron with magnetic field - generalization to many-particles systems. Each chapter includes a detailed outline, a summary, self-assessment questions for which answers are in the text, a varied set of problems. In addition, the book contains many summary tables to ensure clarity of the subject. TOC:Part One: Selected Topics Of Theoretical Mechanics: Lagrangian Function And Lagrange's Equations. Conservation Laws. Central Conservative Forces. Rotating Motion Of A Charged Particle.- Part Two: Basics Of Quantum Mechanics: The Sources Of The Quantum Mechanics. Old Quantum Mechanics. The Wave Function. Operator.-The Schrödinger Equation And Time Dependence Of The Observables. Motion In One-Dimensional Potential. The Harmonic Quantum Oscillator. The Two-Body Problem - The Hydrogen Atom And A Diatomic Molecule. Perturbation Theory And Stark Effect. Spin-Interaction Of Electrons With Magnetic Field. The Helium Atom. Periodic Table.- References (With Very Short Comments For Each Book).- Index.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 03.10.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402036880
  • Artikelnr.: 37357469
Autorenporträt
Stefan Ivanov, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Inhaltsangabe
PART ONE: SELECTED TOPICS OF THEORETICAL MECHANICS 1. LAGRANGIAN FUNCTION AND LAGRANGE S EQUATIONS 2. CONSERVATION LAWS 3. CENTRAL CONSERVATIVE FORCES 4. ROTATING MOTION OF A CHARGED PARTICLE 5. SMALL HARMONIC OSCILLATIONS 6. HAMILTONIAN MECHANICS PART TWO: BASICS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS 7. THE SOURCES OF THE QUANTUM MECHANICS 8. OLD QUANTUM MECHANICS 9. THE WAVE FUNCTION 10. OPERATORS 11. THE SCHROEDINGER EQUATION AND TIME DEPENDENCE OF THE OBTHERVABLES 12. MOTION IN ONE-DIMENTIONAL POTENTIAL 13. THE HARMONIC QUANTUM OSCILLATOR 14. THE TWO-BODY PROBLEM THE HYDROGEN ATOM AND A DIATOMIC MOLECULE 15. PERTURBATION THEORY AND STARK EFFECT 16. SPIN 17. INTERACTION OF ELECTRONS WITH MAGNETIC FIELD 18. THE HELIUM ATOM 19. PERIODIC TABLE

PART ONE: SELECTED TOPICS OF THEORETICAL MECHANICS 1. LAGRANGIAN FUNCTION AND LAGRANGE'S EQUATIONS
2. CONSERVATION LAWS
3. CENTRAL CONSERVATIVE FORCES
4. ROTATING MOTION OF A CHARGED PARTICLE
5. SMALL HARMONIC OSCILLATIONS
6. HAMILTONIAN MECHANICS
PART TWO: BASICS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS 7. THE SOURCES OF THE QUANTUM MECHANICS
8. OLD QUANTUM MECHANICS
9. THE WAVE FUNCTION
10. OPERATORS
11. THE SCHROEDINGER EQUATION AND TIME DEPENDENCE OF THE OBTHERVABLES
12. MOTION IN ONE-DIMENTIONAL POTENTIAL
13. THE HARMONIC QUANTUM OSCILLATOR
14. THE TWO-BODY PROBLEM - THE HYDROGEN ATOM AND A DIATOMIC MOLECULE
15. PERTURBATION THEORY AND STARK EFFECT
16. SPIN
17. INTERACTION OF ELECTRONS WITH MAGNETIC FIELD
18. THE HELIUM ATOM
19. PERIODIC TABLE
Rezensionen
"I like the approach followed very much. [...] He shows clearly that these more advanced and powerful methods can be straightforwardly applied to these problems. His transparant and elegant way of presentation will bring a deeper and more bountiful insight to the student in classical and quantum mechanics[...]"
(Steven Stolte, Department of Chemistry, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands)
"[...]I think it is a very useful book to have on my bookshelves, especially since it makes a clear connection between classical and quantum mechanics. [...]it is very useful for me and theoretically oriented chemists [...]I found the book very useful in preparing my lectures for my first-year quantum chemistry course as it gave me more insight into the connection between quantum and classical mechanics."
(Joop van Lenthe, Theoretical Chemistry Group, Utrecht University, The Netherlands)