Modeling Solvent Environments: Applications to Simulations by Chérif F. Matta

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By Chérif F. Matta

A entire view of the present tools for modeling solvent environments with contributions from the prime researchers within the box. all through, the emphasis is put on the applying of such types in simulation reviews of organic methods, even though the insurance is satisfactorily vast to increase to different platforms besides. As such, this monograph treats an entire variety of themes, from statistical mechanics-based techniques to well known suggest box formalisms, coarse-grained solvent types, extra confirmed specific, totally atomic solvent versions, and up to date advances in employing ab initio equipment for modeling solvent homes.

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