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In this book, originally published in 1983, a synthesis of old and new notions straddling the disciplines of physics and chemistry is described; and this provides a means of exploiting ligan-field properties of transition-metal and lathanide complexes leading to a quantified chemical insight into the individual metal-ligand interactions in these molecular species. Electronic spectroscopy and the ESR technique are well documented, but there has long been a need for a thorough description of magnetochemistry. A major section of this book therefore provides a details account of the physics and chemistry of paramagnetism. The second main section is concerned with those aspects of ligand-field theory that are required to construct the working composite defining ligand-field analysis. Though the book is intended for the research chemist, the subject matter and level of some of the material is suitable for both advanced undergraduate and postgraduate chemists and solid-state physicists.
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- Date Published: April 2009
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521109154
- length: 608 pages
- dimensions: 229 x 152 x 34 mm
- weight: 0.88kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Part I. Chemical Aims in Ligand-Field Studies:
1. Decline and recovery
Part II. Magnetism:
2. Electric and magnetic fields
3. The interaction of magnetic fields and matter
4. The susceptibility tensor
5. Experimental arrangements
6. The measurement of crystal susceptibilities
7. Quantum theory and magnetic susceptibilities
Part III. Ligand-Field Theory
8. Tensor-operator theory
9. The ligand field
10. Techniques for parametric models
11. The nature of ligand-field theory and of the angular overlap model
Part IV. The synthesis
12. Ligand-field analyses.
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