Bonding, structure and solid-state chemistry / Mark Ladd.

This work begins with the first principles of bonding, structure and solid state chemistry, and can be appreciated by non-specialists. The study is aided by carefully prepared problems with fully worked solutions. It provides a suite of computer programs devised especially for the book.

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Main Author: Ladd, M. F. C. (Marcus Frederick Charles)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition:1st ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Foreword; Preface; Disclaimer; Contents; Physical Data, Notation and Online Materials; 1 Preamble; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Atomic nature of matter; 1.3 States of matter; 1.4 Crystalline and amorphous solids; 1.5 Isomorphism and polymorphism; 1.6 Solid-state transitions; 1.6.1 Sharp transitions; 1.6.2 Gradual transitions; 1.6.3 Entropy of transition and the Boltzmann equation; 1.6.4 Thermodynamic properties at transition points; 1.7 Liquid crystals; 1.8 Classification of solids; 1.8.1 Covalent solids; 1.8.2 Molecular solids; 1.8.2.1 Hydrogen-bonded solids; 1.8.3 Ionic solids
  • 1.8.4 Metallic solids1.8.5 Comments on the classification of solids; References 1; Problems 1; 2 Covalent Compounds; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Black-body radiation; 2.3 Planck's quantum theory; 2.4 Heat capacity; 2.5 Wave-particle duality; 2.5.1 Photoelectric effect; 2.5.2 De Broglie equation; 2.5.3 Electron microscopy; 2.6 Atomic spectra; 2.7 Heisenberg's uncertainty principle; 2.8 Wave mechanics of particles; 2.9 Born's interpretation of the wavefunction; 2.9.1 Normalization; 2.9.2 Orthogonality and orthonormality; 2.10 Particle-in-a-box: quantization of translational energy; 2.10.1 Tunnelling
  • 2.10.1.1 Scanning probe microscopy2.10.1.2 Tunnelling in electron transfer reactions; 2.10.2 Boxes of higher dimensions; 2.10.3 Vibrational motion; 2.10.4 Rotational motion; 2.11 The hydrogen atom; 2.11.1 The angular equations; 2.11.2 The radial equation; 2.11.3 The complete wave equation; 2.12 Quantum numbers; 2.12.1 Angular momentum and spin; 2.12.2 Pauli's exclusion principle; 2.13 Atomic orbitals; 2.13.1 Ionization energy; 2.13.2 Atom shells; 2.13.2.1 Selection rules for atoms; 2.13.3 Radial functions and size; 2.13.4 Angular functions and shape; 2.13.4.1 s Orbitals
  • 2.13.4.2 p and d Orbitals2.13.5 Screening constant and effective nuclear charge; 2.14 Aufbau principle; 2.15 Multi-electron species; 2.16 Valence-bond theory; 2.16.1 Homonuclear diatomic molecules; 2.16.2 Heteronuclear diatomic molecules; 2.16.3 Other molecular species; 2.17 Molecular orbital method: homonuclear species; 2.17.1 Variation principle; 2.17.1.1 Hydrogen molecule-ion and hydrogen molecule; 2.17.1.2 Orbital symmetry; 2.17.1.3 Heteronuclear species; 2.17.1.4 Nitrogen and oxygen molecules; 2.17.2 Symmetry-adapted molecular orbitals; 2.17.2.1 Representations