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Theory of Intermolecular Forces
International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy
2nd Edition - January 1, 1969
Authors: H. Margenau, N. R. Kestner
Editor: D. Ter Haar
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Theory of Intermolecular Forces deals with the exposition of the principles and techniques of the theory of intermolecular forces. The text focuses on the basic theory and… Read more
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Theory of Intermolecular Forces deals with the exposition of the principles and techniques of the theory of intermolecular forces. The text focuses on the basic theory and surveys other aspects, with particular attention to relevant experiments. The initial chapters introduce the reader to the history of intermolecular forces. Succeeding chapters present topics on short, intermediate, and long range atomic interactions; properties of Coulomb interactions; shape-dependent forces between molecules; and physical adsorption. The book will be of good use to experts and students of quantum mechanics and advanced physical chemistry.
ForewordPreface to the Second EditionChapter 1. History of Intermolecular ForcesChapter 2. Long-range Forces 2.1 Asymptotic Expansions of the Classical Potential Energy 2.2 Quantum Theory of Long-range Forces 2.2.1 Simple Theory of Long-range Forces between Hydrogen Atoms 2.2.2 London's Formulas 2.2.3 Asymptotic Series 2.2.4 Survey of Accurate Values 2.3 Asymmetric Molecules 2.4 Variational Theory of Long-range Forces 2.4.1 Time Independent Approach 2.4.2 Time Dependent Approach 2.5 Third-order Forces; Matter-Antimatter Interactions 2.6 Eccentricity EffectsChapter 3. Short-range Interaction 3.1 General Theory of Repulsive Forces 3.1.1 Definition of the Intermolecular Potential 3.2 Heitler-London Methods 3.3 Molecular Orbital (MO) Theory 3.4 Alternate Approaches to the State Function 3.4.1 Localized Orthogonal Orbitals 3.4.2 Elliptical Coordinate Expansions 3.5 Possible Limitations of the Adiabatic ApproximationsChapter 4. The Interaction of Small Atomic Systems at Intermediate Distances 4.1 Hydrogen Atom Interactions 4.2 Helium Interactions 4.3 Several General Methods Applicable to Larger Systems 4.4 Perturbation Theory of the Total InteractionChapter 5. Non-additivity of Intermolecular Forces 5.1 Long-range Forces 5.2 Short-range Three-body Forces 5.3 Short-range Four-body ForcesChapter 6. Retarded Dispersion Forces; Relativistic Effects 6.1 The Effect of Radiative Coupling on Intermolecular Forces between Ground State Atoms 6.2 Relativistic Dispersion Forces 6.3 Semi-classical Calculations of Retardation Effects 6.4 Spin and Magnetic Multipole ContributionsChapter 7. Forces between Molecules 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Interaction between Hydrogen Molecules 7.2.1 Exchange Forces 7.3 Interaction between a Hydrogen Molecule and a Hydrogen Atom 7.4 H2-He 7.5 General Long-range Interaction between Molecules having Permanent Multi-poles 7.6 Forces between Long-chain Molecules 7.6.1 Saturated-chain Molecules 7.6.2 Large Conjugated Double-bond Molecules 7.7 Atom-Atom InteractionsChapter 8. Interactions between Excited Atoms 8.1 First-order Perturbation Energy 8.1.1 Exchange Contributions in First-order Interactions 8.1.2 Radiation Corrections to the First-order Resonant Inter-action of Like Atoms 8.2 Second-order Perturbation Energy 8.2.1 Retardation Effects in the Second Order 8.3 Double Minima. Crossing of Potential CurvesChapter 9. Physical Adsorption 9.1 Small Density of Adsorbed Atoms—Neglect of Many-Atom Effects 9.1.1 Atoms Adsorbed on Insulators 9.1.2 Atoms Adsorbed on Metals 9.2 Many-atom EffectsAppendix A. The Sign of DE(R) for Molecular Orbital Calculations Involving Closed Shell AtomsAppendix B. Current Methods for Obtaining DE(R) from Experimental Data B.1 Long-range Interaction B.1.1 Thermal Molecular Beam Scattering B.1.2 Low-temperature Transport Data B.1.3 Virial Coefficient Data B.1.4 Limiting Curve of Dissociation (LCD) B.2 Total Interaction B.2.1 Transport and Virial Data B.2.2 Solid State Data B.2.3 X-ray Diffraction of GasesAppendix C. The Effective Hamiltonian for the Interaction of Bound Charges with an Electromagnetic FieldBibliographyIndexOther Titles in the Series