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The best way to use this book is as an introduction to the source papers.
I would like to add that "Molecular Electronic Structure Theory" by Helgaker, Olsen and Jorgenson, is far and away the best book of its kind available anywhere.
My first contact with this book happened while following a quantum chemistry course during my graduate studies in Italy.
Marked by carefully explained derivations, it is a perfect book to start your journey in the field of Quantum Chemistry.Published 1 month ago by Ayush Asthana
It's easy to follow except in some places it switches back and forth between different notations. I think it would be more understandable if they had stuck with one notation only. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Irem Altan
I work in an electronic structure theory group the first thing anyone does when they join the group is read chapters 1-3 (and possibly work out the problems). Read morePublished 15 months ago by David Stuck
It's generally OK, but a little bit dirty inside. The cover looks old and has been used for a long while.Published 17 months ago by Rulin Feng
Fairly good explanations, good pace, logical topic organization. I would prefer more examples and more exercises, especially in the first few chapters.Published on April 27, 2012 by alexvas
It's a very classical book, with very detailed explanation. But the contents are a little out of date, but still can make you understand what's going on in the literature.Published on February 24, 2012 by Zhiliang
This book can be pretty neatly divided into two part: the first three chapters which elucidate the Hartree-Fock approximation, and the remainder of the book which develops... Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by Jason Dowd
I have received my product as the senders said before (exactly on the same date) and this is very important for me.Published on February 18, 2010 by M. Heshmat