Title: Quantum Mechanics of Molecular Rate ...
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 1969
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
First Edition. Inked ownership front free page. Lightly read. No other marks in book. Blue boards, gilt letters, no wear. Orange DJ, white letters/design, some shelf wear. From front flap: "This monograph provides a survey of the quantum-mechanical theory of collisions & rate processes & its application to molecular problems. Chapters in 3 Sections: The Formulation of Quantum Mechanics; Collision Theory; Molecular Rate Processes. Illustrated, & numerous formulae. Bookseller Inventory # 003112
Synopsis: This survey of applications of the theory of collisions and rate processes to molecular problems explores collisions of molecules with internal structure, generalized Ehrenfest theorem, theory of reactive collisions, and role of symmetry. It also reviews partitioning technique, equivalent potentials and quasibound states, theory of direct reactions, more. 1969 edition.
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