Mathematical Methods in Chemistry and Physics – Michael E. Starzak – 1st Edition

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Imposingly thick text derived from a one-semester course intended to acquaint advanced undergraduate (and beginning graduate) with the concepts and of linear . Though is referred to in the title, the is in almost every organizational and notational respect.

Table of Content



  1. Vectors.

  2. Function Spaces.

  3. Matrices.

  4. Similarity Transforms and Projections.

  5. Vibrations and Normal Modes.

  6. Kinetics.

  7. Statistical Mechanics.

  8. Quantum Mechanics.

  9. Driven Systems and Fluctuations.

  10. Other Techniques: Perturbation Theory and Direct Products.

  11. to Group Theory.


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