Best Reference Books – Group Theory for Chemists

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Group Theory For Chemists subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Group Theory For Chemists along with reviews.

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1. “Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences” by M L Boas
2. “Chemical Applications of Group Theory” by F A Cotton
3. “Group Theory for Chemists” by George Davidson

“Group Theory for Chemists” Book Review: The book is useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The book covers the essential group theory and applications of those theories. It includes numerous examples that are illustrated in a simple way. Anyone can use this book with little mathematical background. In addition, knowledge of quantum mechanics and bonding theory is also needed.

4. “Group Theory for Chemists: Fundamental Theory and Applications” by Kieran C Molloy

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“Group Theory for Chemists: Fundamental Theory and Applications” Book Review: The book covers the basics of group theory. It also covers the applications to themes like the analysis of vibrational spectra. It also includes the applications of molecular orbital theory. This is helpful for undergraduate students of inorganic chemistry. The book uses diagrams to illustrate the topics. It includes application of group theory to electronic spectroscopy. The book covers the essentials of symmetry, point groups and representations. It also deals with the application of group theory to vibrational spectroscopy.

5. “Group Theory for Chemists (Physical science series)” by George Davidson

“Group Theory for Chemists (Physical science series)” Book Review: The book is useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The book covers the essential group theory and applications of those theories. It includes numerous examples that are illustrated in a simple way. Anyone can use this book with little mathematical background. In addition, knowledge of quantum mechanics and bonding theory is also needed.

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6. “Symmetry and Group Theory for Chemists” by Dass
7. “Introductory Group Theory for Chemists” by George Davidson
8. “Symmetry and Structure: Readable Group Theory for Chemists” by Sidney F A Kettle

“Symmetry and Structure: Readable Group Theory for Chemists” Book Review: This book covers the topics of group theory in a simple readable manner. The book explains the physical principles involved in understanding group theory. This new edition book has been fully revised and updated. It includes three-dimensional and accurate visualization of topics. The book focuses on octahedral molecules and ligand field theory of octahedral transition metal complexes. Problems and summaries are included at the end of every chapter.

9. “Applied Group Theory: For Physicists and Chemists” by George H Duffey

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“Applied Group Theory: For Physicists and Chemists” Book Review: This book describes the symmetry relations by means of group theory. It can be used by advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It covers some introductory concepts of quantum mechanics. It contains Cayley diagrams that illustrate the structure of finite groups. The book also covers permutation groups in detail. Every chapter has concise review, discussion questions and problems.

10. “Introduction to Symmetry and Group Theory for Chemist” by Arthur M Lesk

“Introduction to Symmetry and Group Theory for Chemist” Book Review: This book covers all the important topics of physical chemistry. It covers the basic ideas and applications of group theory. It also covers all the aspects of symmetry and group theory. In addition, molecular structure and spectroscopy topics are also covered. It is helpful for undergraduate and graduate students of chemistry.

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