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Editors: A.N. Linke
Book Description:
Chemical physics and physical chemistry are closely related fields of study. Together they are distinguished from other disciplines by the incredible range of problems addressed by their practitioners. An effective physical chemist or chemical physicist is a "jack-of-all-trades," able to apply the principles and techniques of the field to everything from high-tech materials to biology. Just as the fields of chemistry and physics have expanded, so have chemical physics subject areas, which include polymers, materials, surfaces/interfaces, and biological macromolecules, along with the traditional small molecule and condensed phase systems. This new book gathers research from around the world presenting important new developments.

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Preface;

CHAPTER 1. Ab Initio Computer Simulations of the Structural, Electronic and Thermal Properties of Ionic and Molecular Clusters; PP. 1-81
(Andrés Aguado and José M. López, University of Valladolid, Spain);

CHAPTER 2. Supercooled Water: Contradiction to a Thermodynamic Relation; PP. 82-87
(I.A. Stepanov, University of Freiburg, Germany);

CHAPTER 3. Cluster Fusion Algorithm: Application to Lennard-Jones Clusters; PP. 89-127
(Ilia A. Solov'yov et al., Theoretische Physik der Universitat, Germany);

CHAPTER 4. On Sum Rules and Recurrence Relations for Matrix Elements in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics; PP. 129-149
(A.C. Ilarraza-Lomel et al., Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, México);

CHAPTER 5. The First Law of Thermodynamics in Chemical Reactions; PP. 151-157
(I.A. Stepanov, University of Freiburg, Germany);

CHAPTER 6. Review of Analytical Treatments of Barrier-Type Problems in Plasma Theory; PP. 159-226
(F. Spineau et al., National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan);

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-60021-026-0
   Status: AV
  
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