A Brief Review of Elementary Quantum Chemistry
by C. David Sherrill
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology 2001
From the table of contents: the motivation for quantum mechanics, the Schrödinger equation, mathematical background, postulates of quantum mechanics, some analytically soluble problems, approximate methods, molecular quantum mechanics, solving the electronic eigenvalue problem.
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