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Students will discover that there is a fascinating world of cause-and-effect localized dynamics concealed beyond the reduction of spectra to archival molecular constants and the exact ab initio computation of molecular properties. Professional spectroscopists, kinetics, ab initio theorists will appreciate the practical, simplified-model, and rigorous theoretical approaches discussed in this book.



• It is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book on the electronic spectroscopy and dynamics of diatomic molecules.

Prof. Gernot Frenking , from the Department of Chemistry of Philipps-Universität Marburg and DIPC, is delivering this course with the aim of  bridging the gap between the physical nature of the covalent bond and chemical bonding models which are traditionally used in chemistry to describe molecular structures and interatomic interactions. The course is addressed to chemistry students at all stages and senior scientists who are interested in chemical bonding. Further information in the attached document.  

If you are planning to attend, please, send an email before Friday 12 th at amaia_arregi001 AT ehu.eus with the following information for the inscription: name, profile, affiliation, research subject and your preferred schedule (Monday-Thursday or Tuesday-Wednesday).  

Description: The aim of this course is to bridge the gap between the physical nature of the  covalent bond and chemical bonding models which are traditionally used in chemistry to describe molecular structures and interatomic interactions. It is addressed to chemistry students at all stages and senior scientists who are interested in chemical bonding. The specific direction and scope of the course is open to discussion and may be adjusted to the interest of the audience.

Doctor. Estudió la Licenciatura, la Maestría y el Doctorado en Física en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Su área de investigación es principalmente la Física Atómica y Molecular y los Sistemas Cuánticos Confinados.


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