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Beginning Group Theory For Chemistry (Workbooks in Chemistry)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Beginning Group Theory For Chemistry (Workbooks in Chemistry).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Paul H. Walton(Author)

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Group theory is a key part of undergraduate chemistry, and this accessible introduction, written for the full range of chemistry students, covers the essential material. It includes separate sections on molecular symmetry, the mathematics of groups, and applications in chemistry, each presented in a workbook format so that students can compare their answers with model solutions. The book also includes numerous diagrams and will prove a valuable supplement for an array of courses in chemistry, biochemistry, and environmental science.

Dr. Paul H. Walton, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of York, Heslington, York YO1 5D.D. Tel: 01904 432580. Fax: 01904 432516. Email: [email protected]

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  • PDF | 158 pages
  • Paul H. Walton(Author)
  • Oxford University Press, U.S.A. (10 Dec. 1998)
  • English
  • 10
  • Science & Nature

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  • By jamesc on 5 June 2011

    I graduated last year with a high 2.1 in chemistry, but still remember the nightmare that was group theory in second year. After spending ages struggling to understand group theory, I realised it wasn't worth it as an undergraduate. The subject is ridiculously complex, and for an isolated 10 credit module the time required to get you're head around it is simply too valuable.This book is basically one big exercise book which teaches you how to pass any question you are likely to come across as an undergraduate. I can't rate it highly enough for that, but if you want detailed theory then there are probably much better books out there.. you won't catch me with one!

  • By Jenn on 31 December 2009

    Very good - is what it says 'like new'Delivery was 2-3 weeks and it did take just over 3 weeks by a day or something daft, but worth the wait!

  • By Guest on 30 November 2016

    Absolute rubbish, poorly written, grammar terrible can this Professor even write, do not waste your money on this chronically bad book.

  • By Colin Evans on 12 July 2015

    Great book that thoroughly yet concisely explains the topic in a readable manner.

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