"...This book does the job better than any other 'chemistry for the future' book I have read..." (Chemistry Industry, 1 July 2002) "...this is a first rate book...I am happy to recommend it... (Chemistry in Britain, July 2002) "...an excellent example of how mainstream computational chemistry models can be introduced to the novice..." (Perkin Transactions) "...an excellent introduction to the field...this is a fine and practical book..." (Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, December 2002) "...I think this book has a lot to recommend to undergraduate students ... Professor Cramer has done a superb job and deserves congratulating." (The Alchemist, 13 May 2003) "...accessible and easy to read...well-written and the presentation is good..." (Euro Jnl of Chemical Phys and Physical Chem. Vol.110, No.4, 2003)Reseña del editor:
Throughout chemistry, computational techniques are becoming increasingly important. Problem solving and modelling is quickly achievable but as the power of computers increases so does the complexity of the tasks and the speed at which they are solved. A basic understanding of the theory and concepts underpinning computational chemistry is therefore essential to all chemical science students, and Essentials of Computational Chemistry: Theory and Models delivers a thorough insight in a readable and approachable manner. Accessible as a text to advanced undergraduate students as well as graduate students Emphasises the basic concepts and applications rather than theory and mathematics Firmly places the subject in context, including many examples and applications Includes coverage and examples from inorganic, organic and biological chemistry and covers quantum mechanical and classical mechanical models Includes case histories that serve as an ideal basis for classroom discussion Delivers information in a readable and approachable manner
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Descripción Wiley, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110471485527
Descripción John Wiley & Sons, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0471485527