1 edition of An introductory course on group theory and chemical applications found in the catalog.
An introductory course on group theory and chemical applications
Hikmat S. Hilaland
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hikmat S. Hilaland and Abed Al-Hafez Sayda|
|Series||Chemistry research and applications, Mathematics research developments|
|Contributions||Sayda, Abed Al-Hafez|
|LC Classifications||QD455.3.G75 H55 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||2010034034|
I love this book. I don't care if it might be primarily intended for chemistry students - I think it's essential for every physics student who wants to not only learn group theory theoretically, but also use it on real examples. Sure, physics students can skip the chapter about dealing with matrices, but the chapters about symmetry operations, designating point groups, working with character 4/5. “Group theory - an introductory course with applications in molecular and solid state physics” Symmetry considerations are useful when dealing with problems in many fields of physics; they often lead to selection rules and other criteria, which remove the need for numerical.
The book introduces density functional theory: its basis, concepts, terms, implementation, and performance in diverse applications. This includes the usage of DFT for structure, energy, and molecular property computations, as well as reaction mechanism studies, etc. I L. M. Falicov, Group Theory and Its Physical Applications (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, ). small paperback; compact introduction I E. P. Wigner, Group Theory (Academic, ). classical textbook by the master I Landau and Lifshitz, Quantum Mechanics, Ch. XII (Pergamon, ) brief introduction into the main aspects of group. By the time this aim is realised towards the end of the book, the reader should have acquired the basic ideas and methods of group theory. To make the book more useful to users of mathematics, in particular students of physics and chemistry, I have included some applications of permutation groups and a discussion of finite point groups.
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