Molecular Orbital Theory - Course T0 - 1998
Professor N C Handy
This course continues an examination of the basic principles of theoretical chemistry from which
one can understand the whole of chemistry. The key quantity is the electron density which is
expressed in terms of molecular orbitals. Molecular orbital theory is used in applications to
problems of interest in organic, physical and inorganic chemistry. It is demonstrated how a
qualitative understanding may be obtained and how sophisticated calculations can be employed.
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