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Physical Chemistry: Quanta, Matter, and Change

Physical Chemistry: Quanta, Matter, and Change (Second Edition)

Peter Atkins, Julio de Paula, and Ronald Friedman
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date: 14 July 2024

p. 371Mathematical background 6 Fourier series and Fourier transformslocked

p. 371Mathematical background 6 Fourier series and Fourier transformslocked

  • Peter Atkins, Peter AtkinsLincoln College
  • Julio de PaulaJulio de PaulaChemistry Lewis & Clark College
  •  and Ronald FriedmanRonald FriedmanIndiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne

Abstract

Some of the most versatile mathematical functions are the trigonometric functions sine and cosine. As a result, it is often very helpful to express a general function as a linear combination of these functions and then to carry out manipulations on the resulting series. Because...

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