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eBook COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY: Reviews of Current Trends ePub

by Jerzy Leszczynski

  • ISBN: 9812567429
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Jerzy Leszczynski
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company (June 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 344
  • ePub book: 1798 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1861 kb
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The gap between experimental objects and models for calculations in chemistry is being bridged. The results of these calculations for isolated molecules are becoming more relevant for experiments. Chapter 1 of this volume provides an overview of the theoretical and numerical aspects in the development of the polarizable continuum model (PCM).

Vast progress in the area of computational chemistry has been achieved in the last decade. Theoretical methods such as quantum mechanics, molecular dynamics and statistical mechanics have been successfully used to characterize chemical systems and to design new materials, drugs and chemicals.

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An explosive application of computational techniques - studies of detonation initiation and sensitivity in energetic compounds - is discussed in detail in the last chapter.

A brief discussion of topographical concepts is followed by examples of their application to several branches of chemistry. An explosive application of computational techniques - studies of detonation initiation and sensitivity in energetic compounds - is discussed in detail in the last chapter. The computational treatment of such unstable compounds allows the prediction of their crucial properties without being subject to their destructive forces.

The application of computational methods to gas-phase chemical reactions is discussed. In particular, stratospheric bromine chemistry and its relationship to depletion of stratospheric ozone is examined by theoretical methods. Also, fundamental phenomena of bonding in gas-phase radical-sulfur compounds are presented. In addition to a survey of relevant chemistry Internet resources, an overview of the state of Internet application is provided. Categories: Physics\Quantum Physics.

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Chapter 1 of this volume provides an overview of the theoretical and numerical aspects in the development of the polarizable continuum model (PCM)

Chapter 1 of this volume provides an overview of the theoretical and numerical aspects in the development of the polarizable continuum model (PCM). Chapter 2 demonstrates a multiplicative scheme used to estimate the properties of two- and three-dimensional clusters from the properties of their one-dimensional components. Chapter 3 discusses the application of ab initio methods for a reliable evaluation of the characteristics of hydrogen-bonded and van der Waals complexes.

Jerzy Leszczynski - Professor of Chemistry and President’s Distinguished Fellow at the Jackson State University (JSU) joined the faculty of the JSU Department of Chemistry in 1990

Jerzy Leszczynski - Professor of Chemistry and President’s Distinguished Fellow at the Jackson State University (JSU) joined the faculty of the JSU Department of Chemistry in 1990. Dr. Leszczynski attended the Technical University of Wroclaw (TUW) in Wroclaw, Poland obtaining his . (1972) and P. During the period 1976.

There have been important developments in the last decade: computers are faster and more powerful, code features are enhanced and more efficient, and larger molecules can be studied — not only in vacuum but also in a solvent or in crystal. Researchers are using new techniques to study larger systems and obtain more accurate results. This is impetus for the development of more efficient methods based on the first-principle multi-level simulations appropriate for complex species.Among the cutting-edge methods and studies reviewed in this decennial volume of the series are the Density Functional Theory (DFT) method, vibrational electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), computational models of the reaction rate theory, the nuclear magnetic resonance triplet wavefunction model (NMRTWM) and biological reactions that benefit from computational studies.