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Quantum chemistry

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View Resource Dave Young's Chemical Topics

This collection of articles from Dave Young of Cytoclonal Pharmaceutics covers select topics in computational chemistry (e.g., molecular vibrations, pharmaceuticals, spin contamination), magnetochemistry, states of matter, and Gaussian, Mopac, and Unix computer languages. The articles are plucked from Young's publication Computational Chemistry: A Practical Guide for Applying Techniques to Real...
View Resource Atomic Orbitals

The Atomic Orbitals Web site "was established as part of an (ongoing) project at Purdue University to develop 'visualization modules' for general chemistry students." Using the Chime plug-in, which allows unique and stunning visualizations, visitors can learn what an atomic orbital is; what the 1s, 2s, 3s, 2p, 3p, and 3d orbitals are; what hybrid orbitals are; and more. The combination of...
View Resource A Brief Review of Elementary Quantum Chemistry

The Department of Computational Quantum Chemistry at the University of Georgia makes available the Website, A Brief Review of Elementary Quantum Chemistry, designed by David Sherrill. The discussed topics are organized in a chapter format and include the Motivation for Quantum Mechanics, the Schrodinger Equation, Mathematical Background, Populates of Quantum Mechanics, Some Analytically Soluble...
View Resource University of Manitoba: Chemistry Research Group of H. Georg Schreckenbach

This University of Manitoba website promotes the research group of H. Georg Schreckenbach's interests in "developing and applying state-of-the-art quantum chemical methods to study molecules and their properties." The website features the group's many current and completed projects with relevant images and figures including the use of density functional theory (DFT) to examine the properties of...
View Resource Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table

Any online chemistry textbook that contains a photograph of Max Planck and Albert Einstein on its first page definitely sets the right tone, and Stephen Lower's textbook certainly falls into that category. Over the past several years Lower has been working on this textbook, and for students looking for a bit of refresher on the world of the structure of atoms and the periodic table, this is the...