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Theoretical Chemistry Advances and Perspectives V3
1st Edition - January 1, 1978
Editor: Henry Eyring
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Theoretical Chemistry: Advances and Perspectives, Volume 3 compiles studies that review all aspects of theoretical chemistry. This book begins by discussing the developments… Read more
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Theoretical Chemistry: Advances and Perspectives, Volume 3 compiles studies that review all aspects of theoretical chemistry. This book begins by discussing the developments which have made the ab initio investigation of molecular ions feasible, followed by a treatment on classical equilibrium thermodynamics. The significant structure theory of liquids, structure of fluid 4He by means of zero and nonzero temperatures, and radial distribution function are also considered. This volume concludes with a description on various types of proton transfer reactions in water, explaining how the great speed of such reactions are intimately associated with the unusual hydrogen-bond structure that characterizes liquid water. This publication is valuable to theoretical chemists and students concerned with the mathematical description of chemistry.
List of ContributorsPrefaceContents of Previous VolumesTheoretical Studies of Negative Molecular Ions I. Introduction II. The One-Electron Green's Function III. Approximations to G(E) IV. The Future ReferencesGeometrical Aspects of Equilibrium Thermodynamics I. Introduction II. Graphical and Geometrical Methods in Gibbs' Thermodynamics III. Metric Geometry of Equilibrium Thermodynamics IV. Related Topics V. Concluding Remarks ReferencesA Model of the Liquid State. Three Phase Partition Functions I. Earlier Models of the Liquid State II. The Significant Liquid Structures Model III. Liquid Mixtures IV. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties V. Surface Properties VI. Properties and Structure of Water and Aqueous Solutions ReferencesStructure of Fluid 4He I. Introduction II. Formulation of the Problem III. The Zero-Temperature Approach IV. Finite-Temperature Approach: The Effective Potential Approximation V. Summary and Discussion ReferencesProton Transfer Reactions and Kinetics in Water I. Introduction and Survey II. Potential Energy Surfaces III. General Theory of Association-Disassociation Reactions IV. Electrical Response V. Conclusions ReferencesSubject Index