Subject: Subject Sylbus: Quantum Chemistry 1 - 124400

Quantum Chemistry 1 - 124400
Credit
Points
5.0
 
Given In
Semester
a
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
4 2     6

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.


Prerequisites: ( Differential and Integral Calculus 2 104004
and Ordinary Differential Equations/H 104131
and Physics 2 114052
and Principles of Chemistry a 124117
and Principles of Chemistry B 124118 )
or ( Differential and Integral Calculus 2 104004
and Ordinary Differential Equations/H 104131
and Physics 2L 114078
and Principles of Chemistry a 124117
and Principles of Chemistry B 124118 )
or ( Differential and Integral Calculus 2 104004
and Ordinary Differential Equations/H 104131
and Physics 2 114052
and Principles of Chemistry a 124115
and Principles of Chemistry B 124116 )
or ( Differential and Integral Calculus 2 104004
and Ordinary Differential Equations/H 104131
and Physics 2 114052
and Principles of Chemistry 124120 )
or ( Differential and Integral Calculus 2 104004
and Ordinary Differential Equations/H 104131
and Physics 2L 114078
and Principles of Chemistry 124120 )
 
Overlapping Courses: Quantum Optoelectronics 046052
Quantum Optoelectronics 049052
 
Incorporated Courses: Quantum Chemistry 1a 124405
Quantum Chemistry 1B 124406
Intr.to Quantum Chemi.and Applications 124408
Int. to Quantum Chemistry for Engineers 125000


Principles of Quantum Theory and of the Theory of the Chemical Bond. Basic Quantum Mechanics: the Schroedinger Equation and Its Solutions for a Rotator in the Plane. the Harmonic Oscillator. the Hydrogen Atom. Quantum Mechanical Operators. the Variation Principle. Perturbation Theory. Spin. the Helium Atom. the Pauli Principle. Many Electron Atoms. the Hartree- Fock Method. the Structure of the Periodic Table. Simple Diatomic Molecules: the Valence-Bond Method, the Method of Molecular Orbitals, Hetero-Atomic Molecules. Polyatomic Molecules: Localized Molecular Orbitals, Hybridization, Conjugated and Aromatic Molecules. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory: Transition Probabilities, the Franck-Condon Principle.




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