Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry
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Advanced graduatelevel text looks at symmetry, rotations, and angular momentum addition; introduces basic formalism of timedependent quantum mechanics and occupation number representations; focuses on scattering theory; uses its concepts to develop basic theories of chemical reaction rates, and more. Problems appear at end of each chapter; solutions included. Related Free eBooks  Foundations of Quantum Mechanics & Quantum Information
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