WSPC - COMP CHEM
COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY: REVIEWS OF CURRENT TRENDS, VOL. 9
|Publication Date:||30 May 2005|
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. The reviews presented in this volume discuss the current advances in computational methodologies and their applications. The areas covered include materials science, nanotechnology, inorganic and biological systems. The major thrust of the book is to bring timely overviews of new findings and methods applied in the rapidly changing field of computational chemistry.