Publisher: Wikibooks 2016
Number of pages: 169
This is a book on computer simulation of matter. In particular, it focuses on condensed matter (e.g., liquids). The book is built on the framework of statistical thermodynamics. It is intended to serve as the textbook for an advanced undergraduate / graduate physical chemistry course in molecular simulation.
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by S. Wilson
This text is concerned with the application of the many-body perturbation theory to arbitrary molecular systems. The method is computationally more efficient than other schemes and has a number of theoretical properties which make it attractive.
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by Walter John Moore
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by J.P. Novak, S. Labik, I. Malijevska - Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague
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