Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry
Copyright © 1999-2013 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9780470845011
About this Book
The Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry is a comprehensive and authoritative work, containing over 300 articles. All articles are cross-referenced, with technical terms explained in short definitions. Originally published in 1998, content covers seven areas of computational chemistry from ab-initio computations to biological and biochemical applications, and is presented in the following sections:
• Algorithms and Software
• Biological and Biochemical Modeling
• Chemical Applications • Cheminformatics
• General Topics • Quantum Mechanics: Theory & Development
• Semi-Classical Methods
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