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by Jay Martin Anderson

eBook Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry (Dover Books on Chemistry) download ISBN: 0486442306
Author: Jay Martin Anderson
Publisher: Dover Publications (February 11, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1871 kb
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Rating: 4.5
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Anderson's book is designed for the undergraduate in chemistry. Chemistry students are notorious for having an underdeveloped math and physics background for physical chemistry.

Anderson's book is designed for the undergraduate in chemistry. This is in part due to the majority of chemistry programs not requiring the average chemistry student to take a course concerning classical mechanics. Therefore, Anderson's book covers the essentials in understanding orthogonal functions, linear algebra, and classical mechanics. The book's central goal is to establish a good foundation in Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics.

You should use this book with "Quantum Chemistry" by Ira N. Levine. Quite mathematical, but the author tries to be as friendly as possible. Describes both the matrix approach and the differential equation approach to quantum theory.

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Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry. This concise volume offers undergraduates an introduction to mathematical formalism in problems of molecular structure and motion.

Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum . Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry Dover Books on Chemistry.

Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum chemistry in general, and for molecular spectroscopy in particular. It assumes a knowledge of calculus through partial derivatives and multiple integration, a year of physics, and chemistry through a year of physical chemistry.

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Dover Books on Chemistry. Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum chemistry in general, and for molecular spectroscopy in particular. By (author) Jay Martin Anderson. Format Paperback 160 pages. Dimensions 158 x 212 x 9mm 186g. Publication date 11 Feb 2005. Publisher Dover Publications Inc.

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Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum chemistry in general, and for molecular spectroscopy in particular

Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum chemistry in general, and for molecular spectroscopy in particular.

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This concise volume offers undergraduate students of chemistry an introduction to the mathematical formalism encountered in problems of molecular structure and motion. The author presents only two main topics from mathematics and two from physics: the calculus of orthogonal functions and the algebra of vector spaces from mathematics; and from physics, the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of classical mechanics and its applications to molecular motion.The chosen topics possess particular relevance to modern quantum chemistry, especially in regard to the application of quantum mechanics to molecular spectroscopy. Mathematics for Quantum Chemistry develops the foundations for a physical and mathematical background in quantum chemistry in general, and for molecular spectroscopy in particular. It assumes a knowledge of calculus through partial derivatives and multiple integration, a year of physics, and chemistry through a year of physical chemistry.

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Excellent book but with a limited scope. It is great for a quick review.
Gio
You should use this book with "Quantum Chemistry" by Ira N. Levine. Quite mathematical, but the author tries to be as friendly as possible. Describes both the matrix approach and the differential equation approach to quantum theory.
Fenius
There are many books out there, even books that are supposedly introduction to Quantum Mechanics, that jump right into the physical concepts without a thorough mathematical introduction. There are several books (such as Mcquarie's "Physcial Chemistry: a molecular approach" ) that have pre-chapter reviews of math concepts before every chapter, however most of the pre-chapter math reviews already assume that you have a thorough mathematical background before hand and in McQuarie's case, the math pre-chapters can be just as confusing.

This book, is absolutely wonderful in that it fills in the gap that most quantum mechanics books leave out in their discussion of "why do we do this mathematically" or "how do we do this mathematically" discussion. Just by reading the first couple of pages, you can see that the author tries to explain Qm concepts in simple words that those who have never encountered advanced mathematical terms can easily grasp with examples that is scattered throughout the text. Just because this book is easy to understand does not mean that it is shallow and incomplete, on the contrary this book is quite thorough in its discussion of the fundamental concepts used in QM (mechanics, vector spaces, hamiltonians, etc.).

It is NOT essential for a student taking QM to have this book, but it is certainly a big plus to have this by your side whenever you encounter some difficult concepts in QM. This is an elegantly written book with plenty of examples that will definitely help anyone studying QM or doing advanced studies in this field
Rich Vulture
Anderson's book is designed for the undergraduate in chemistry. Chemistry students are notorious for having an underdeveloped math and physics background for physical chemistry. This is in part due to the majority of chemistry programs not requiring the average chemistry student to take a course concerning classical mechanics. Therefore, Anderson's book covers the essentials in understanding orthogonal functions, linear algebra, and classical mechanics. The book's central goal is to establish a good foundation in Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics.

However, in my honest opinion, this book is only for the advanced undergraduate in chemistry. The text uses the standard bracket notation, so it can be confusing to the novice. Also, it is not necessary to have a complete understanding of Hamiltonian mechanics to appreciate the level of quantum mechanics learned in the average junior level physical chemistry class. However, if you wish to pursue a graduate career in physical chemistry or chemical physics, then this book is recommended simply because it is both informative and affordable. It is quite thorough, but if you wish to see more applications than I recommend picking up a copy of Thornton and Marion's 'Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems'.
Lianeni
Quantim mechanics in general requires high level of methematics such as linear algebra and differential equations. This book gives only the basics of mathematics, which probably fits high school and not a university level. If you don't know mathematics at all then you can buy it. But for those who know little mathematics then It is not recommended.