Modern Methods and Algorithms of Quantum Chemistry
by Johannes Grotendorst
Publisher: NIC 2000
Number of pages: 648
This interdisciplinary Winterschool brought together experts from the fields of quantum chemistry, computer science and applied mathematics in order to present recent methodological and computational advances to research students in the field of theoretical chemistry and their applications.
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