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Molecular Architecture
Die Struktur des freien MolekülsAllgemeine physikalische Methoden zur Bestimmung der Struktur von Molekülen und ihre wichtigsten Ergebnisse. von Prof. H. A. Stuart. (Die Physik der Hochpolymeren,Expand
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Molecular Structure
Molecular Geometry.By R. J. Gillespie. Pp. ix + 228. (Van Nostrand Reinhold: London and New York, July 1972.) £4 cloth; £2 paperback. The Electronic Structure of Organic Molecules. By T. E. Peacock.Expand
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Coordination Chemistry
An Introduction to Coordination ChemistryBy D. P. Graddon. Second edition. (International Series of Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 3.) Pp. vii + 164. (Pergamon: Oxford, London and New York,Expand
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Wave Functions
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Transition-Metal Chemistry
An Introduction to Transition-Metal ChemistryLigand-Field Theory. By Leslie E. Orgel. Pp. 180. (London: Methuen and Co., Ltd.; New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1960.) 25s. net.An Introduction toExpand
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Electronic Structure of Molecules
Die Methoden der Molekülphysik und ihre AnwendungsbereicheVon H. Preuss. (Fortschritte der Physik, 1 Sonderband.) Pp. vii + 167. (Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1959.) 22 D.M.
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Mathematics of Physics and Chemistry
Physical MathematicsBy Chester H. Page. Pp. x + 329. (Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc.; London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1955.) 42s. net.Special Functions of Mathematical Physics andExpand
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d Electrons and Molecular Bonding
Available evidence now makes it possible to speculate with more certainty on the extent of participation of d orbitals in molecular bonding.
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Theoretical Determination of Electron Density in Organic Molecules
A RECENT communication under the above title1 prompts us to put on record some recent results which we have obtained.
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Interaction Terms in Molecular Vibrations
WE have recently been investigating the magnitudes and signs of the interaction terms in the potential functions of triatomic molecules XYZ. These arise from interactions between two bond-lengths (XYExpand
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