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Quantum Mechanics of the Chemical Bond

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Quantum Mechanics of the Chemical Bond
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Publisher: TU Clausthal
Number of pages: 242

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This book shall provide some chemical insight for physicist and material scientists. It is devoted to simple concepts that only require back-on-the-envelope calculations. The emphasis is on qualitative considerations instead of accurate predictions. The book attempts to provide a structure into the thinking about materials properties and reactive processes.

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