Home BOOKS Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels (Fundamental Theories of Physics) Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2002 Edition by Ruggero Maria Santilli

Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels (Fundamental Theories of Physics) Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2002 Edition by Ruggero Maria Santilli

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A Physicist’s Perspective on the Insufficiencies and Generalizations of Quantum Chemistry My Undergraduate and Graduate Studies in Italy on the Insufficiencies of Quantum Mechanics and Chem­ istry I was first exposed to quantum chemistry during my undergraduate courses in physics at the University of Naples, Italy, in the late 1950s. My teacher was Prof. Bakunin, a well known lady chemist in Europe at that time, who escaped from Russia with her family during the ad­ vent of communism. My three exams with her (inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and laboratory chemistry) were, by far, the most dif­ ficult exams of my life (although I did please Prof. Bakunin during the examinations) . Besides chemistry, during my undergraduate studies I plunged into the study of physics, with particular reference to quantum mechanics and its mathematical structure. My mathematics teacher was Prof. Cac­ cioppoli, one of the most famous Italian mathematicians of that time, who taught me the necessity of advanced mathematics for quantitative physical studies. By reading the works of the founders of contemporary physics, it was easy for me to see the lack of final character of quantum mechanics already in these undergraduate studies.

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