Apple Academic Press
686 pages | 29 Color Illus. | 450 B/W Illus.
Volume 4 of the 5-volume Quantum Nanochemistry covers quantum (physical) chemical theory of solids and orderability and addresses the electronic order problems in the solid state viewed as a huge molecule in special quantum states, including also the bondonic treatment of the graphene nano-ribbons, along basic crystallographic principles, from geometrical-, to chemical- to physical- (x-ray) crystallography with featured examples, and energetic correlating symmetry discussion on orderability in nanochemical compounds.
"Offers a major survey of quantum theory of solids and crystallographic properties, which is based on Prof. Putz's comprehensive expertise of these topics, cultivated in many years of original scientific research and successful teaching experiences at West University of Timisoara. … Every section of the book has been enriched with interesting examples; I strongly recommend the volume to anyone searching for an updated and complete overview of quantum nanochemistry of solids."
—Ottorino Ori, Actinium Chemical Research, Rome, Italy, Editor Assistant of the Journal Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures (from the Foreword to Volume 4)
Preface. Foreword by Ottorino Ori, Actinium Chemical Research, Rome, Italy. Bondons on Graphenic Nanoribbons with Topological Defects. Geometrical Crystallography. Quantum Roots of Crystals and Solids. Chemical Crystallography. X-Ray Crystallography. Index.