Highlights in Computational Chemistry

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Tim Clark, Paul von R. Schleyer
Springer, Jan 1, 2001 - Science - 7 pages
This volumes compiles 35 outstanding papers of the leading experts in the field aiming at inspiring, provoking, and educating present and future generations of computational chemists and at preparing them for the challenges of the 21st century. This special edition of selected papers from the famous "Journal of Molecular Modeling" - the first electronic online journal in the history of science - is devoted to the event of Paul von RaguA(c) Schleyer's 70th birthday. The papers range from the nonclassical carbocation debate through "STO-3G-lithium" on to his recent work on magnetic properties and NICS. The volume will be used as an extremely useful source for computational, theoretical and physical chemists in industrial research and academia. The readers receive free online access to the electronic supplementary material of the respective papers.

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Contents

Clark T Preface
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Aubauer Ch Klapotke Th M An Experimental and Theoretical Study on the Novel Tetraphosphorus
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Schulz A Triselenide Boron Triiodide P4SeBI3 Adduct
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Ruth Colvin Clark, the founder of CLARK Training & Consulting, is a recognized specialist in instructional design for workforce learning. She served as training manager for Southern California Edison and is a past president of the International Society for Performance Improvement. Clark is the author of the best-selling e-Learning and the Science of Instruction and Building Expertise, both of which were bestowed the Best Communication Award from ISPI.

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