Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 32


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<b>REVIEWS IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY</b> <p><b>THE LATEST VOLUME IN THE <i>REVIEWS IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY</i> SERIES, THE INVALUABLE REFERENCE TO METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY</b> <p><i>Reviews in Computational Chemistry</i> reference texts assist researchers in selecting and applying new computational chemistry methods to their own research. Bringing together writings from leading experts in various fields of computational chemistry, V<i>olume 32</i> covers topics including global structure optimization, time-dependent density functional tight binding calculations, non-equilibrium self-assembly, cluster prediction, and molecular simulations of microphase formers and deep eutectic solvents. In keeping with previous books in the series, <i>Volume 32</i> uses a non-mathematical style and tutorial-based approach that provides students and researchers with easy access to computational methods outside their area of expertise. <p>The chapters comprising <i>Volume 32</i> are connected by two themes: methods that can be broadly applied to a variety of systems, and special considerations required when modeling specific system types. Each in-depth chapter contains background and theory, strategies for using the methods correctly, mini-tutorials and best practices, and critical literature reviews highlighting advanced applications. Essential reading for both newcomers and experts in the area of molecular modeling, this state-of-the-art resource: <ul><li>Covers topics such as non-deterministic global optimization (NDGO) approaches and excited-state dynamics calculations</li> <li>Contains a detailed overview of deep eutectic solvents (DESs) and simulation methods</li> <li>Presents methodologies for investigating chemical systems that form microphases with periodic morphologies such as lamellae and cylinders</li> <li>Features step-by-step tutorials on applying techniques to probe and understand the chemical dynamics exhibited in a system</li> <li>Includes detailed subject indices on each volume in the series and up-to-date compendiums of molecular modeling software, services, programs, suppliers, and other useful information</li></ul> <p><i>Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 32</i> is a must-have guide for computational chemists, theoretical chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, biological chemists, chemical engineers, researchers in academia and industry, and graduate students involved in molecular modeling.