Chemical Modelling Volume 11

Chemical Modelling Volume 11

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In a field as diverse as Chemical Modelling it can be difficult to keep up with the literature, or discover the latest applications of computational and theoretical chemistry. Specialist Periodical Reports present comprehensive and critical reviews of the recent literature, providing the reader with informed opinion and latest detailed information in their field. The latest volume of Chemical Modelling presents a diverse range of authors invited by the volume editors. Topics include Quantum Chemistry of Large Systems, Theoretical Studies of Special Relativity in Atoms and Molecules, MOFs: From Theory Towards Applications, and Multi-Scale Modelling. Other chapters look at Catalysis, Descriptive DFT, Phase Transitions. An essential resource for experienced researchers and those just entering the field of chemical modelling, this latest Specialist Periodical Report is an essential resource for any research group active in the field or chemical sciences library.This includes further work by Novak and co-workers, 37, 38 a series of articles by the groups of Passerini and Winter, 39, 40 studies on ... especially from Ceder and co-workers.57 Concerning electrolytes, especially the reductive decomposition of solvent molecules as a ... (including some AIMD ones) do not take into account the effects of counter ions, co-solvents, electrode surfaces and electron tunneling.

Title:Chemical Modelling Volume 11
Author:Michael Springborg, Jan-Ole Joswig
Publisher:Royal Society of Chemistry - 2014-11-07


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