Online textbook, course syllabus and supplementary materials for University of Michigan Quantum Chemistry course taught by Professor S.M. Blinder in 2002. Students will even find several of the exams from when Blinder taught the course; including answers.

As described by the website, “Students will solve the Shrodinger equation in 1-, 2-, and 3-dimensions for several problems of interest in chemistry, including the particle-in-a-box, harmonix oscillator, rigid rotor, and hydrogen atom. Further topics include atomic structure, valence-bond and molecular orbital theories of chemical bonding and group theory. The concepts of quantum theory are applied to molecular spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance.”

## Table of Contents for *Quantum Chemistry*

- Front Cover Physical Constants
- Chap 1. Atoms and Photons: Origin of the Quantum Theory
- Supplement 1A. Maxwell’s Equations
- Supplement 1B. Planck Radiation Law
- Chap 2. Waves and Particles
- Double Slit Diffraction Experiment
- Review of Complex Numbers
- Exercises 2
- Chap 3. Quantum Mechanics of Some Simple Systems
- Exercises 3
- Chap 4. Principles of Quantum Mechanics
- Exercises 4
- Chap 5. Harmonic Oscillator
- Supplement 5. Gaussian Integrals
- Exercises 5
- Chap 6. Angular Momentum
- Supplement 6. Curvilinear Coordinates
- 2001 Exam 1 & Answers
- 2002 Exam 1 & Answers
- Chap 7. Hydrogen Atom
- Exercises 7
- Chap 8. Helium Atom
- Exercises 8
- Chap 9. Atomic Structure & the Periodic Law
- Dynamic Periodic Table
- Exercises 9
- Chap 10. The Chemical Bond
- Exercises 10
- 2002 Exam 2 & Answers
- Chap 11. Molecular Orbital Theory
- Diatomic Table
- Exercises 11
- Chap 12. Molecular Symmetry
- Chap 13. Molecular Spectroscopy
- Exercises 13
- Chap 14. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- Exercises 14
- Back Cover Periodic Table
- 2001 Final Exam & Answers
- 2002 Final Exam & Answers

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Quantum Chemistry