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Top Customer Reviews
the best - up to now - theory we have to understand phenomena at the atomic and molecular level.
This textbook is the best i know in the field because Pf.
Ira Levine provides the necessary Maths in a really instructive way which chemists will appreciate with a great relief!
All the mathematics they will need is contained in this book
so they won't have to study it from a different sourse , wasting time and getting disappointed!
On the other hand, the order of the chapters is excellent
and the problems at the end of each chapter solidify your understanding of what you have already read during the chapter.
There are also answers to selected problems at the end of the book
I higly recommend this textbook to all the chemists who would love to really understand Quantum Chemistry!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It uses quantum mechanics to explain the basis of chemistry. The math is typical of a book on this topic but it is explained one step at a time.Published 14 months ago by Peter P Palumbo
"Quantum Chemistry" takes on a complex and esoteric subject and does the best introduction that I have read yet. Read morePublished on May 4, 2013 by Robin T. Wernick
I've choose this book for my research topic, because I'm working on quantum ab initio models to apply on chemistry. Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Simone Ripandelli
pretty good, although there are some highlight, but the quality is still pretty good and the quality is just like what the product description.Published on February 4, 2013 by hao kuang
This book is a must read for chemists who want to master in quantum chemistry and at the same time do not have that much of a mathematical background. Read morePublished on September 4, 2010 by Sajeewa Pemasinghe
As a 44 yr old taking Quantum I needed some review of calculus to help me understand the later language. Read morePublished on September 18, 2008 by Nathan Schattke
This book is very well written until the section on many electron atoms and molecules, starting from the helium atom. Read morePublished on July 2, 2008 by Tarek Musslimani
writen by a teacher, with a great teaching art. As a beginner ( satellite engineer) , it provides me a clear first understanding of how atomic & molecular waves functions are... Read morePublished on December 19, 2002