Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Vol. 12

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Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Vol. 12

1998 | 424 Pages | ISBN: 0471246719 | PDF | 23 MB

VOLUME 12REVIEWS IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRYKenny B. Lipkowitz and Donald B. BoydHOW DOES ONE COMPUTE FREE ENERGY AND ENTROPY FROM MOLECULAR SIMULATIONS? WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SIMULATIONS ARE RUN WITH CONSTRAINTS? HOW SHOULD SIMULATIONS BE PERFORMED TO MODEL INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA? HOW IS DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY USED TO SIMULATE MATERIALS? WHAT QUANTUM MECHANICAL METHODS SHOULD BE USED TO COMPUTE NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS? WHICH PARAMETERS ARE MOST INFLUENTIAL IN A MOLECULAR SIMULATION? HOW CAN CRYSTAL STRUCTURES BE PREDICTED? TUTORIALS PROVIDING ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS ARE THE FOCUS OF THIS BOOK.FROM REVIEWS OF THE SERIES”The series continues to be one of the most useful information sources.” -JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

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