This book is meant, first of all, for inquisitive and energetic instructors and students working or studying in the realm of chemistry on all levels (from the senior grades of High School to chemical faculties in universities). The authors are positive that this book will be most eagerly read by people working in various fields of science and technique connected with chemistry, and by those who are simply interested in natural sciences.
A brief summary of the results of our work conducted in 1980-1997 in chemistry and physics.
The main points in which a greater understanding of chemistry was gained are as follows:
theory of chemical bonding,
theory of chemical structure,
theory of chemical reactions,
elucidation of the connection between the physical and chemical properties in substances, of the number of electrons in the outer electronic shells, of the atoms FIPs', and of the affinity to the atoms' electrons out of which the chemical compounds are formed.
The main points in physics which offered new results were:
explanation of the physical nature of chemical bonding,
explanation of the physical nature of chemical reactions,
explanation of electronic molecular spectra,
explanation of the anomalous deviations of experimental results and theory when defining the heat capacity of hydrogen at temperatures above 2,000 degrees,
explanation of the nature of the micro-particles' wave properties,
unified interpretation of the physical nature of gravitational, inertial, electrostatic, electrodynamic, and strong inter-nuclear forces,
elucidation of the electrical nature of mass and its exclusion from the category of independent essences,
transition from mechanical interpretations to unified electro-thermodynamic interpretations of the physical nature of the world.
The novelties in the field of chemical and physical education transformation were as follows: defining incorrect explanations in contemporary textbooks, elaboration of the basics for new textbooks.
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Professor Victor Gankin received his Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1962 and Dr. of Sci. degree in 1966 from University of St. Petersburg, Russia. He is the author of more than 250 papers, 150 patents and 4 monographs. His major interests include industrial synthetic organic and theoretical chemistry. Current affiliation: President of Institute of Theoretical Chemistry (Shrewsbury, MA). Yuriy Gankin received his Ph.D. in analytical chemistry in 1996 from Tufts University, Medford, MA. He is the author of 20 publicatrions, 1 patent and 3 monographs. His major scientific interests include analytical, environmental, computational and theoretical chemistry. Current affiliation: SciVision-Academic Press Company (Burlington, MA), Vice President of product development.Review:
V. I. Kuznetsov Doctor of Chemistry, Academician of the International Academy
"The authors offer a new explanation about the nature of covalent chemical bonding. Based upon this approach, their Theory of Elementary Interactions (TEI) is a unified theory of kinetics and catalysis and an alternative to the Transition State Theory (TST). Various Types of chemical reactions are analyzed. The authors deal with the deficiencies in the existing conceptions of chemical bonding and kinetics, and offer new interpretations for the basic catalytic regularities." -- Journal of Chemical Education, August 1992, page A227, (On the
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