Spectroscopy and Electronic Structure of Transition Metal Complexes, Hardback Book


The combination of spectroscopy and theory has developed considerably in the past two decades.

Computational techniques and theoretical analysis to extract electronic structure information from spectroscopy has become a crucial aspect of modern research in chemistry and materials science. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on spectroscopic methods used in transition metal chemistry and explains the relationships between experimental techniques and electronic structure.

Chapters cover topics including computational chemistry; ligand field theory; magnetochemistry; and optical, vibrational, NMR and EPR spectroscopy. Edited and written by world experts in the field, this unique volume is valuable to students of all levels and serves as a reference for researchers in physical inorganic chemistry, (bio)inorganic chemistry and spectroscopy.




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