Molecular Modelling for Beginners by P-Wiley


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									Molecular Modelling for Beginners
Author: Alan Hinchliffe

Presenting a concise, basic introduction to modelling and computational chemistry this text includes
relevant introductory material to ensure greater accessibility to the subject.

Provides a comprehensive introduction to this evolving and developing field

Focuses on MM, MC, and MD with an entire chapter devoted to QSAR and Discovery Chemistry.

Includes many real chemical applications combined with worked problems and solutions provided in each

Ensures that up-to-date treatment of a variety of chemical modeling techniques are introduced.

" to read and is a very nice reference...a recommended read..." (Molecular Crystals and Liquid
Crystals, Volume 442, 2005)

"...the narrative is unassuming and written as if the author is addressing the reader directly.... Hinchliffe
succeeds in giving the reader an appreciation of the incredible complexity involved in making molecular
predictions." (E-STREAMS, July 2004)

"This is a well produced, well written book that I have no hesitation in recommending to a beginner in
molecular modeling."

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