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A7 Gamma Function Γ(

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A7 Gamma Function Γ(

- Title Pages
- Foreword
- Preface
- Disclaimer
- Physical Data, Notation and Online Materials
- 1 Preamble
- 2 Covalent Compounds
- 3 Molecular Compounds
- 4 Ionic Compounds
- 5 Metallic Compounds
- 6 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- 7 Computer-Aided Chemistry
- A1 Stereoviewing and Stereoviewers
- A2 Miller Indices
- A3 Bragg Reflection of X-rays from Crystals
- A4 Boltzmann Distribution from the Hypsometric Formula
- A5 Mean Classical Thermal Energy and the Equipartition Theorem
- A6 Spherical Polar Coordinates
- A7 Gamma Function Γ(n)
- A8 Reduced Mass
- A9 Solution of a Differential Equation
- A10 Determinant Expansion, Matrices and Matrix Properties and Hückel Molecular-Orbital Coefficients
- A11 Electrostatics and Volume of Molecules in a Gas
- A12 Configurational Energy
- A13 Numerical Integration
- A14 X-ray Crystallographic Structure Analyses of Potassium Chloride and Sodium Chloride
- A15 Calculation of Madelung Constants
- A16 Equation of State for a Solid
- A17 Partial Molar Quantities and Standard States
- A18 Debye Limiting Law
- A19 Quantum Statistics
- A20 Reciprocal Space and Reciprocal Lattice
- A21 Wave Packets
- Tutorial Solutions
- Index

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(p.401)
A7 Gamma Function Γ(*n*)

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A7 Gamma Function Γ(*n*)

- Source:
- Bonding, Structure and Solid-State Chemistry
- Author(s):
### Mark Ladd

- Publisher:
- Oxford University Press

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- Title Pages
- Foreword
- Preface
- Disclaimer
- Physical Data, Notation and Online Materials
- 1 Preamble
- 2 Covalent Compounds
- 3 Molecular Compounds
- 4 Ionic Compounds
- 5 Metallic Compounds
- 6 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- 7 Computer-Aided Chemistry
- A1 Stereoviewing and Stereoviewers
- A2 Miller Indices
- A3 Bragg Reflection of X-rays from Crystals
- A4 Boltzmann Distribution from the Hypsometric Formula
- A5 Mean Classical Thermal Energy and the Equipartition Theorem
- A6 Spherical Polar Coordinates
- A7 Gamma Function Γ(n)
- A8 Reduced Mass
- A9 Solution of a Differential Equation
- A10 Determinant Expansion, Matrices and Matrix Properties and Hückel Molecular-Orbital Coefficients
- A11 Electrostatics and Volume of Molecules in a Gas
- A12 Configurational Energy
- A13 Numerical Integration
- A14 X-ray Crystallographic Structure Analyses of Potassium Chloride and Sodium Chloride
- A15 Calculation of Madelung Constants
- A16 Equation of State for a Solid
- A17 Partial Molar Quantities and Standard States
- A18 Debye Limiting Law
- A19 Quantum Statistics
- A20 Reciprocal Space and Reciprocal Lattice
- A21 Wave Packets
- Tutorial Solutions
- Index