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This booklet offers an simply comprehensible advent to strong kingdom physics for chemists and engineers. Band conception is brought as an extension of molecular orbital concept, and its program to natural fabrics is defined. Phenomena past band idea are taken care of relating to magnetism and electron correlation, that are defined by way of the valence bond thought and the Coulomb and alternate integrals. After the basic thoughts of magnetism are defined, the relation of correlation and superconductivity is defined with no assuming a data of complex physics. Molecular layout of natural conductors and semiconductors is mentioned from the viewpoint of oxidation-reduction potentials, and after a short survey of natural superconductors, a number of purposes of natural semiconductor units are defined. This publication might be beneficial not just for researchers but additionally for graduate scholars as a helpful reference.

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6) In order to obtain the shape of the molecular orbitals, we have to solve the original simultaneous equations. However, the molecular orbitals are derived from the symmetry orbitals, and the number of nodes increases one by one. We can therefore depict the molecular orbitals as shown in Fig. 27. Two orbitals (B2 and B3) have one node, but one is vertical and the other is horizontal. Similarly, there are, respectively, two ways to introduce two, three, and four nodes. 15 A cyclopentadienyl anion, C5H5−, has a pentagonal shape (Figure (a)), because the negative charge is delocalized to five carbon atoms.

When a bra and a ket appear at the same time, a “bracket” is formed, where the integration is performed. In contrast, a single |w〉 means a wave function w. 〈w1|w2〉 is an inner R product of w1 and w2, and 〈w1|H|w2〉 is an integral wÃ1 Hw2 ds. The function in the bra is the complex conjugate, though a star is not designated. For example, an arbitrary function w(x) is expanded by an orthonormal system eikx Z X wðxÞ ¼ f ðkÞeikx ¼ f ðkÞeikx dx: k 52 1 Quantum Chemistry of Molecules The expansion coefficient is given by Z f ðkÞ ¼ wðxÞeÀikx dx: This is the Fourier expansion.

Then, we obtain E = a2s ± b2s and E = a2p ± br. Thus, the molecular orbitals of O2 are summarized in Fig. 10. Since generally |br| is larger than |bp|, a2s + br is located lower than a2s + bp, and a2s − br is located higher than a2s − bp. Namely, the r levels are placed at a more outer position than the p levels. Since an oxygen atom has eight electrons, totally sixteen electrons are placed, and the final two electrons enter the p antibonding (p*) levels. The 2p r, p, and p* levels contribute to the chemical bond, which are, respectively, occupied by two, four, and two electrons.

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