Item description for Heteroligand and Molecular Systems: Bonding, Shapes and Isomer Stabilities by A. A. Levin & P. N. Dyachkov...
Heteroligand molecular systems with extremely varied properties are widespread in inorganic, co-ordination, and organometallic chemistry, areas that are developing rapidly and have a wide range of practical applications. Heteroligand Molecular Systems: Bonding, Shapes and Isomer Stabilities summarizes and analyzes the wealth of data concerning the structure, isomerism, and isomerization of heteroligand systems that has been accumulated over recent years.
The first two chapters introduce quantum chemistry and the applications of perturbation theory to chemical problems. This theoretical basis is then used in the remaining chapters, where perturbation theory methods are used to describe a wide range of problems related to the mutual influences of ligands and relative isomer stabilities in a variety of heteroligand molecules and complexes of nontransition elements and transition metals.
Heteroligand Molecular Systems: Bonding, Shapes and Isomer Stabilities continues to provide a sound foundation for advanced students, professors, and researchers involved with molecular structure, and coordination, inorganic, and organometallic chemistry.
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Studio: Gordon & Breach Publishing Group
Release Date Feb 15, 2001
Publisher Gordon & Breach Publishing Group
ISBN 9056990454 ISBN13 9789056990459