5 edition of Electronic structure and properties of non-transition element compounds found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Dimitri V. Korolkov.|
|LC Classifications||QD474 .K677 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||97000748|
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Korolkov: : Books. In this comprehensive and innovative text, Professor Harrison (Stanford University) offers a basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids, simple metals, transition metals, and their compounds.
The book illuminates the relationships of the electronic structures of these materials and shows how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for by: Structural Characteristics of Non-Transition Element Compounds -- Ch.
Traditional Theory of the Electron Structure of Coordination Compounds of Non-Transition Elements -- Ch. X-Ray Spectra of Non-Transition Elements Inorganic Compounds -- Ch. Principles of Electronic Structure of Non-Transition Elements Complexes -- Ch.
Covers problems of theoretical inorganic chemistry, the traditional theory of the electron structure of coordinate compounds, x-ray spectra, principles of the electronic structure of non- transition-element complexes, and a new concept in chemical bond theory that emphasizes the role that core and valence atomic orbitals play in chemical bond formulation.
With more than 40% new and revised materials, this second edition offers researchers and students in the field a comprehensive understanding of fundamental molecular properties amidst cutting-edge applications.
Including ~70 Example-Boxes and summary notes, questions, exercises, problem sets, and illustrations in each chapter, this publication is also suitable for use as a textbook for.
Electronic Structure and Properties of Transition Metal Compounds: Introduction to the Theory (2) View larger image. By: Isaac B. Bersuker. Novel material is introduced in description of multi-orbital chemical bonding, spectroscopic and magnetic properties, methods of electronic structure calculation, and quantum-classical modeling for.
Electronic Structure and Properties of Transition Metal Compounds: Introduction to the Theory, Second Edition. The Actinides: Electronic Structure and Related Properties, Volume II presents a comprehensive review of the pertinent information and the existing body of knowledge on the electric structure of the actinide elements, compounds, and alloys.
This book discusses the behavior of actinides in detail. The following chapters discuss the electronic energy band structure of the actinide metals, as derived from energy band theory; the magnetic properties of the actinide compounds in relation to their electronic structure; and the microscopic electronic properties of actinide metals and compounds obtained from nuclear magnetic resonance and neutron scattering studies.
Atomic Structures and Properties Electronic configurations The electronic configurations of the valence shells of the d-block elements can be given as (n-1)d ns, where (n-1) stands for the inner d orbitals (Table 1). It is observed that the electron first enters in higher principal quantum number orbital (n) rather than in unoccupied (n File Size: 1MB.
Describe the properties of an electron associated with each of the following four quantum numbers: n, l, m l, and m s.
S n determines the general range for the value of energy and the probable distances that the electron can be from the nucleus. General Chemistry I. This book covers the following topics: Matter and Measurement, Atoms, Molecules and Ions, Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions and Reaction Stoichiometry, Thermochemistry, Chemical Bonding, Periodic Properties of the Elements, Electronic Structure of Atoms, Molecular Geometries and Bonding Theories, Gases.
This innovative text offers basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids, simple metals, transition metals and their compounds. It also explains how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for each.
Includes a useful Solid State Table of the Elements. The Actinides: Electronic Structure and Related Properties, Volume II presents a comprehensive review of the pertinent information and the existing body of knowledge on the electric structure of the actinide elements, compounds, and alloys.
This book discusses the behavior of actinides in detail. Organized into eight chapters, this volume begins with an overview of how electronic. — Philosophical Magazine. This innovative text offers basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids, simple metals, transition metals and their compounds.
It also explains how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for each. Includes a useful Solid State Table of the Elements. Now you can use the information you learned in Section to determine the electronic structure of every element in the periodic table.
The process of describing each atom’s electronic structure consists, essentially, of beginning with hydrogen and adding one proton and one electron at a time to create the next heavier element in the table.
Example Valence Electrons in Transition Metals Review how to write electron configurations, covered in the chapter on electronic structure and periodic properties of elements. Recall that for the transition and inner transition metals, it is necessary to remove the s electrons before the d or f electrons.
Then, for each ion, give the electron configuration. The book focuses on the electronic structure and related properties of coordination compounds, essentially treating chemical bonding as an electronic phenomenon. It also covers the central concepts of quantum chemistry and atomic states, examines theories of electronic structure and vibronic coupling, and explores physical methods of investigation.
This innovative text offers basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids, simple metals, transition metals and their compounds.
It also explains how to calculate dielectric, conducting, and bonding properties for each. It includes a useful Solid State Table of the Elements. Show less. Los Alamos National Laboratory's Chemistry Division Presents Periodic Table of the Elements A Resource for Elementary, Middle School, and High School Students Click an element for more information: Period Group** 1 IA 1A 18 VIIIA 8A 1 1 H 2 IIA 2A 13 IIIA 3A 14 IVA 4A 15 VA 5A 16 VIA 6A 17 VIIA 7A 2 He 2 3 Li 4 Be 5 B.
Chapter 6. Electronic Structure and Periodic Properties of Elements. Introduction; Electromagnetic Energy; The Bohr Model; Development of Quantum Theory; Electronic Structure of Atoms (Electron Configurations) Periodic Variations in Element Properties; Chapter 7. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Geometry.
Introduction; Transition elements are the elements that are found in Groups (old groups IIA-IIB) on the periodic table (salmon-colored block in the middle of the table). The term refers to the fact that the d sublevel, which is in the process of being filled, is in a lower principal energy level than the s.
This is a revised edition of the text on the electronic structure and properties of solids, similar in spirit to the well-known text Electronic Structure and the Properties of Solids. The revisions include an added chapter on glasses, and rewritten sections on spin–orbit coupling, magnetic alloys, and actinides.