Hermann Haken: Molecular Physics and Elements of Quantum Chemistry
- Springer, Berlin
- Einband: Fester Einband, HC runder Rücken kaschiert
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-13: 9783540407928
- Bestell-Nr.: 7688675
- Umfang: 595 Seiten
- Sonstiges: w. 261 figs.
- Nummer der Auflage: 4002
- Auflage: 2nd enlarged ed.
- Gewicht: 1222 g
- Maße: 235 x 155 mm
- Stärke: 38 mm
- Erscheinungstermin: 7.5.2004
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BeschreibungThis textbook jointly introduces the molecular physics and quantum chemistry needed to unterstand the basic physical properties of molecules and their chemical bonds. It follows the authors'earlier textbook "The Physics of Atoms and Quanta" and builds upon the material presented there. This second volume, based like the first on courses held at the University of Stuttgart, presents experimental and theoretical fundamentals for students of physics and physical and theoretical chemistry. It covers not only current theoretical approaches but also new developments such as ultrashort pulse spectroscopy, high-resolution two-photon spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy, optical investigation of single molecules in the condensed phase, electroluminescence, and light-emitting diodes.
InhaltsangabeFrom the contents:
- Introduction.- Mechanical Properties of Molecules, their Size and Mass.- Molecules in Electric and Magnetic Fields.- Introduction to the Theory of Chemical Bonding.- Symmetries and Symmetry Operations: A First Overview.- Symmetries and Symmetry Operations. A Systematic Approach.- The Multi-Electron Problem in Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry.- Overview of Molecular Spectroscopy Techniques.- Rotational Spectroscopy.- Vibrational Spectroscopy.- The Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of Rotational and Vibrational Spectra.- Raman Spectra.- Electronic States.- The Electronic Spectra of Molecules.- Further Remarks on the Techniques of Molecular Spectroscopy.- The Interaction of Molecules with Light: Quantum-Mechanical Treatment.- Theoretical Treatment of the Raman Effect and the Elements of Nonlinear Optics.- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.- Electron Spin Resonance.- Macromolecules, Biomolecules, and Supermolecules.- Experiments with Molecules.- Molecular Electronics and other Applications.- Appendix.
RezensionFrom the reviews: "The presentation is self-contained and logical, often with excellent illustrations chosen with care ... The perspective is fresh and well suited to the current interest in materials science ... I recommend the book and have used it as independent reading for our majors in physical chemistry." Zoltàn Géza Soos, Physics Today, 2 / 1997 From the reviews of the second edition: "The present textbook concerns itself with two inseparably connected themes: chemical bonding and the physical properties of molecules. Each chapter ends with a set of problems . The bibliography contains numerous and up to date references to the original literature. I recommend this book unreservedly for its high pedagogical value, more specially to the students starting their Mater degree (1ère licence)." (Freddy Binon, Physicalia, Vol. 57 (3), 2005)
KlappentextThis textbook introduces the molecular and quantum chemistry needed to understand the physical properties of molecules and their chemical bonds. It follows the authors' earlier textbook "The Physics of Atoms and Quanta" and presents both experimental and theoretical fundamentals for students in physics and physical and theoretical chemistry. The new edition treats new developments in areas such as high-resolution two-photon spectroscopy, ultrashort pulse spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy, optical investigation of single molecules in condensed phase, electroluminescence, and light-emitting diodes.
Biografie (Hermann Haken)Hermann Haken is Professor of the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Stuttgart. He is known as the founder of synergetics. His research has been in nonlinear optics (in particular laser physics), solid state physics, statistical physics, and group theory. After the implementation of the first laser in 1960, Professor Haken developed his institute to an international center for laser theory. The interpretation of the laser principles as self organization of non equilibrium systems paved the way to the development of synergetics, of which Haken is recognized as the founder. Hermann Haken has been visiting professor or guest scientist in England, France, Japan, USA, Russia, and China. He is the author of some 23 textbooks and monographs that cover an impressive number of topics from laser physics to synergetics, and editor of a book series in synergetics. For his pathbreaking work and his influence on academic research, he has been awarded many-times. Among others, he is member of the Order "Pour le merite" and received the Max Planck Medal in 1990.
Biografie (Hans Chr. Wolf)Prof. Hans Christoph Wolf, geboren 1929 in Karlsruhe, Studium der Physik, Chemie und Biologie in Freiburg und Tübingen, 1952 Promotion. 1952-1954 Wissenschaftler im Bereich Physikalische Chemie an der TH München. Nach einigen Jahren als Privatdozent an der (damaligen) TH Stuttgart ab 1964 ordentlicher Professor und Direktor des 3. Physikalischen Instituts der Universität Stuttgart. Forschungsschwerpunkt: die Physik organischer Festkörper. Der Autor ist Träger des Otto-Hahn-Preises der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft und der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker sowie Mitglied im Editorial Board vieler internationaler Zeitschriften. Er wurde 1997 emeritiert.
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