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by Michael J. S. Dewar,Ralph C. Dougherty
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  • Author:
    Michael J. S. Dewar,Ralph C. Dougherty
  • ISBN:
    0306200104
  • ISBN13:
    978-0306200106
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    Springer; 1 edition (December 31, 1975)
  • Pages:
    576 pages
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    Chemistry
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Michael J. S. Dewar, Ralph C. Dougherty.

Michael J. The treatment described in this book is by no means new. Indeed, it was developed as a complete theory of organic chemistry more than twenty years ago. Although it was demonstrably superior to resonance theory and no more complicated to use, it escaped notice for two very simple reasons. First, the original papers describing it were very condensed, perhaps even obscure, and contained few if any examples.

Organic chemistry encompasses the largest body of factual information of any of the major divisions of science. The sheer bulk of the subject matter makes many demands on any theory that attempts to systematize it. Time has shown that the PMO method meets these demands admirably. The PMO method can provide practicing chemists with both a pictorial description of bonding and qualitative theoretical results that are well founded in more sophisticated treatments. The only requirements for use of the theory are high school algebra and a pencil and paper

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The Molecular Orbital Theory of Organic Chemistry Hardcover – Import, 1969. by Michael J. S Dewar (Author).

Dougherty, Ralph . 1940-.

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Michael James Steuart Dewar, British chemistry educator. The Molecular Orbital Theory of Organic Chemistry (McGraw-Hill Series in Advanced Chemistry). written by michael . Fellow American Academy Art and Sciences, Royal Society (Davy medal 1982), Chemical Society London; member National Academy of Sciences, American Chemical Society (Harrison Howe award 1961, Auburn-G. Kosolapoff award 1988, Computers in Chemistry award 1994). BV9W6/?tag prabook0b-20. The PMO Theory of Organic Chemistry.

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Are you sure you want to remove The PMO Theory of Organic Chemistry from your list? The PMO Theory of Organic Chemistry. Published December 31, 1995 by Springer.

Ralph C Dougherty Department of Chemistry Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Molecular orbitals. 2. Perturbation (Mathematics) 3. Chemistry, Organic. I. Dougherty, Ralph . 1940joint author. 547 74-26609 ISBN 978-1-4613-5705-6 ISBN 978-1-4615-1751-1 (eBook) DOI 1.

This textbook introduces the perturbation molecular orbital (PMO) th, eory of organic chemistry. Organic chemistry encompasses the largest body of factual information of any of the major divisions of science

This textbook introduces the perturbation molecular orbital (PMO) th, eory of organic chemistry. Organic chemistry encompasses the largest body of factual information of any of the major divisions of science.

576p paperback with orange card cover, hardly used, as new, diagrams, indices, a good textbook