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Authors: Roman F. Nalewajski (Dept. of Theoretical Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland) 
Book Description:
The Information Theory (IT) is one of the youngest branches of the applied probability theory, in which the probability ideas have been introduced into the field of communication, control, and data processing. It has originated from the needs of practice, to create a theoretical model for the transmission of information, and evolved into an important chapter of the general theory of probability. An understanding of the distribution of information in molecules and its displacements accompanying chemical reactions, which involve the bond-forming and/or bond-breaking processes, is touched on in this book and provides an alternative perspective on molecular electronic structure. An insight into the entropic origins of chemical bonds and their coupling in chemical phenomena is central to many branches of chemistry.

Table of Contents:
Acronyms
Preface

Chapter 1. Introduction to Information Theory, pp. 13-35

Chapter 2. Schrodinger Equations from Fisher Information, pp. 37-61

Chapter 3. Electron Distributions as Carriers of Information in Molecules, pp. 63-76

Chapter 4. Bonded Atoms from Information Theory, pp. 77-95

Chapter 5. Importance of Non-Addictive Information Measures, pp. 97-128

Chapter 6. Orbital Communication Theory of the Chemical Bond, pp. 129-156

Conclusion, pp. 157-158

Appendix A: Information Continuity Revisited, pp. 159-170
Appendix B: Conditional Probabilities from Bond-Projected Superposition Principle, pp. 171-174
Appendix C: Many-State Superposition Perspective, pp. 175-178
Appendix D: Coupling Approach to Many-Orbital Bond Interactions, pp. 179-184

Bibliography pp.187-190
Index pp.191-196

   Series:
      Chemistry Research and Applications
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 1st Quarter
   Pages: 196.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-305-4
   Status: AV
  
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