# Description

* Assumes little initial mathematical or physical sophistication, developing insights and abilities in the context of actual problems

* Provides thorough treatment of the simple systems basic to this subject

* Emphasizes UNDERSTANDING of the techniques and results of modern quantum chemistry

* Treats MO theory from simple Huckel through ab intio methods in current use

* Develops perturbation theory through the topics of orbital interaction as well as spectroscopic selection rules

* Presents group theory in a context of MO applications

* Includes qualitative MO theory of molecular structure, Walsh rules, Woodward-Hoffmann rules, frontier orbitals, and organic reactions develops MO theory of periodic systems, with applications to organic polymers.

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