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a Hotta, Shu

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a Mathematical Physical Chemistry
h Elektronische Ressource
b Practical and Intuitive Methodology
c by Shu Hotta

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a 3rd ed. 2023

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a XXIII, 1327 p. 174 illus., 68 illus. in color
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a Chapter 1. Schrödinger Equation and Its Application  Chapter 2. QuantumMechanical Harmonic Oscillator  Chapter 3. HydrogenLike Atoms  Chapter 4. Optical Transition and Selection Rules  Chapter 5. Approximation Methods of Quantum Mechanics  Chapter 6. Theory of Analytic Functions  Chapter 7. Maxwell’s Equations  Chapter 8. Reflection and Transmission of Electromagnetic Waves in Dielectric Media  Chapter 9. Light Quanta: Radiation and Absorption  Chapter 10. Introductory Green’s Functions  Chapter 11. Vectors and Their Transformation  Chapter 12. Canonical Forms of Matrices  Chapter 13. Inner Product Space  Chapter 14. Hermitian Operators and Unitary Operators  Chapter 15. Exponential Functions of Matrices  Chapter 16. Introductory Group Theory  Chapter 17. Symmetry Groups  Chapter 18. Representation Theory of Groups  Chapter 19. Applications of Group Theory to Physical Chemistry  Chapter 20.Theory of Continuous Groups  Chapter 21. The Dirac Equation  Chapter22. Quantization of Fields  Chapter 23. Interaction between Fields  Chapter 24. Basic Formalism  Chapter 25. Advanced Topics of Lie Algebra

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a Chemistry, Physical and theoretical

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a Physical chemistry

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a Theoretical Chemistry

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a Physical Chemistry

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a Mathematical Physics

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a Mathematical physics

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a Mathematical Methods in Physics

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a 10.1007/9789819925124

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a The third edition of this book has been updated so that both advanced physics and advanced chemistry can be overviewed from a modern mathematical perspective in a single integrated book. Nowadays key research arears in physics and chemistry such as materials science, molecular science, and device physics are drawing closer and closer together and becoming more and more mathematical. Hence, while retaining the basic feature, the contents are targeted at graduate and undergraduate students majoring in not only chemistry but also physics and engineering. The book covers topics ranging from classical physics (e.g., electromagnetism and analytical mechanics) to quantum science. The latter topic includes an introduction to the quantum theory of fields as well as standard quantum mechanics and quantum chemistry. Tangible examples help readers to understand abstract concepts about the topics covered. Several major revisions have been made and they contain: (a) constitution of the Dirac equation; (b) quantization of the fields; (c) interaction between the quantum fields; (d) basic formalism related to the extended vector spaces and the transformation properties of the Dirac equation; (e) advanced topics of Lie algebra. The new edition thus supplies chemists, physicists, and engineers with fundamental knowledge and calculation methodology of mathematical physics.
