Computational Methods for Large Systems: Electronic Structure Approaches for Biotechnology and Nanotechnology

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Wiley, Jul 6, 2011 - Science - 575 pages
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While its results normally complement the information obtained by chemical experiments, computer computations can in some cases predict unobserved chemical phenomena Electronic-Structure Computational Methods for Large Systems gives readers a simple description of modern electronic-structure techniques. It shows what techniques are pertinent for particular problems in biotechnology and nanotechnology and provides a balanced treatment of topics that teach strengths and weaknesses, appropriate and inappropriate methods. It’s a book that will enhance the your calculating confidence and improve your ability to predict new effects and solve new problems.

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JEFFREY R. REIMERS, PhD, is an Australian Research Council Professorial Research Fellow and works in the fields of molecular electronics and photosynthesis at The University of Sydney. Recently, he has been involved in the design and construction of single-molecule devices and has instituted a scanning-tunneling microscopy laboratory. Dr. Reimers has developed computational methods to solve problems involving strong electron-vibration coupling in biological photosynthesis, electron transport, and metal-organic chemistry.

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