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Reviews in Computational Chemistry (EBOOK)

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Éditeur : John Wiley

Support : Internet

Catégorie :

Physique, chimie

Langue : Anglais

Résumé:

‘ Reviews in Computational Chemistry remains the most valuable reference to methods and techniques in computational chemistry’ Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modeling * Prof. Kenny B. Lipkowitz, * Prof. Thomas R. Cundari * Prof. Valerie J. Gillet Revie… Reviews in Computational Chemistry provides an ideal one-stop resource for researchers from all chemical and biochemical disciplines. Covering all areas of computational chemistry from chemoinformatics to molecular modeling, this series gives researchers a review of key developments including a historic picture of research with the access to the early volumes. One of the top ten most frequently cited series according to the ISI’s journal citation reports, Reviews in Computational Chemistry brings together experts in the field to provide both an informative and accessible picture of the latest developments. With topics centered around molecular modeling, such as computer-assisted molecular design (CAMD), quantum chemistry, molecular mechanics and dynamics and quantitative structure-activity relationships, the series aims to both teach the newcomer and to update the expert. Detailed author and subject indexes help the reader discover material quickly. Chapters organized in a tutorial structure and written in a non-mathematical style allow students and researchers to access computational methods outside their immediate area of expertise. Reviews in Computational Chemistry is a major addition for organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemists and biochemists seeking to keep abreast of recent developments in the field.

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