# Fb2 Quantum Oscillators ePub

## by Paul Blaise,Olivier Henri-Rousseau

Category: | Chemistry |

Subcategory: | Science books |

Author: | Paul Blaise,Olivier Henri-Rousseau |

ISBN: | 047046609X |

ISBN13: | 978-0470466094 |

Language: | English |

Publisher: | Wiley; 1 edition (August 2, 2011) |

Pages: | 676 |

Fb2 eBook: | 1925 kb |

ePub eBook: | 1934 kb |

Digital formats: | azw doc txt lrf |

Paul Blaise, Olivier Henri-Rousseau.

Paul Blaise, Olivier Henri-Rousseau.

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Quantum oscillators (hardback). Coordinators: Blaise Paul, Henri-Rousseau Olivier. Subjects for Quantum oscillators (hardback): Physics. General titles in chemistry. Olivier Henri-Rousseau, Emeritus Professor in Theoretical Chemistry at the University of the Perpignan in France, was the founder of the Laboratory of Mathematics and Physics at the university. After proposing an explanation of the regioselectivity of 1-3 dipolar cycloadditions (simultaneously with Professor Kendall N. Houk), he worked in the area of the quantum theory of hydrogen bonding IR spectroscopy. Quantum Oscillators is a long overdue update in the literature surrounding quantum oscillators, and serves as an excellent supplementary text in courses on IR spectroscopy and hydrogen bonding

Paul Blaise, Olivier Henri-Rousseau. An invaluable reference for an overall but simple approach to the complexity of quantum mechanics viewed through quantum oscillators. Quantum Oscillators is a long overdue update in the literature surrounding quantum oscillators, and serves as an excellent supplementary text in courses on IR spectroscopy and hydrogen bonding. It is a must-have addition to the library of any graduate or undergraduate student in chemical physics.

Quantum oscillators, Olivier Henri-Rousseau and Paul Blaise. p. cm. Includes index

Quantum oscillators, Olivier Henri-Rousseau and Paul Blaise. Includes index. ISBN 978-0-470-46609-4 (cloth) 1. Harmonic oscillators. 2. Spectrum analysis. The book ends with Part VII corresponding to the single Chapter 17, by applying many of the properties of quantum oscillators obtained in Parts II and III (Chapter 10), Part IV (Chapter 13), and Part VI (Chapter 16), to ﬁnd some important results in vibrational spectroscopy, such as the IR selection rule for quantum harmonic oscillators, and.

Quantum Oscillators is a long overdue update in the literature surrounding quantum oscillators, and serves as an excellent supplementary text in courses on IR spectroscopy and hydrogen bonding. An invaluable reference for an overall but simple approach to the complexity of quantum mechanics viewed through quantum oscillators Quantum oscillators play a fundamental role in many areas of physics; for instance, in chemical physics with molecular normal modes, in solid state physics with phonons, and in quantum theory of light with photons.

In book: Quantum Oscillators, p. 1-55. Olivier Henri-Rousseau. Université de Perpignan. Cite this publication. Oscillator Quantization at the Historical Origin of Quantum MechanicsQuantum Mechanics Postulates and enberg Uncertainty RelationsSchrödinger Picture DynamicsPosition or Momentum Translation OperatorsConclusion Bibliography. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text.

ISBN: 978-0-470-46609-4 August 2011 676 Pages. Quantum Oscillators is a timely and visionary book which presents these intricate topics, broadly covering the properties of quantum oscillators which are usually dispersed in the literature at varying levels of detail and often combined with other physical topics. These properties are: time-independent behavior, reversible dynamics, thermal statistical equilibrium and irreversible evolution toward equilibrium, together with anharmonicity and anharmonic couplings.

An invaluable reference for an overall but simple approach tothe complexity of quantum mechanics viewed through quantumoscillators

Quantum oscillators play a fundamental role in many areas ofphysics; for instance, in chemical physics with molecular normalmodes, in solid state physics with phonons, and in quantum theoryof light with photons. Quantum Oscillators is a timely andvisionary book which presents these intricate topics, broadlycovering the properties of quantum oscillators which are usuallydispersed in the literature at varying levels of detail and oftencombined with other physical topics. These properties are:time-independent behavior, reversible dynamics, thermal statisticalequilibrium and irreversible evolution toward equilibrium, togetherwith anharmonicity and anharmonic couplings.

As an application of these intricate topics, special attentionis devoted to infrared lineshapes of single and complex (undergoingFermi resonance or Davydov coupling) damped H-bonded systems,providing key insights into this rapidly evolving area of chemicalscience.

Quantum Oscillators is a long overdue update in the literaturesurrounding quantum oscillators, and serves as an excellentsupplementary text in courses on IR spectroscopy and hydrogenbonding. It is a must-have addition to the library of any graduateor undergraduate student in chemical physics.