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Additional experimental, theoretical, and computational work is needed to acquire a complete understanding of the microscopic dynamics of gas-phase SN2 nucleophilic substitution reactions. Experimental measurements of the SN2 reaction rate versus excitation of specific vibrational modes of RY (equation 1) are needed, as are experimental studies of the dissociation and isomerization rates of the X--RY complex versus specific excitations of the complex s intermolecular and intramolecular modes. Experimental studies that probe the molecular dynamics of the [X-. r - Y]- central barrier region would also be extremely useful. [Pg.154]

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This part describes the essentials of HyperChem s theoretical and computational chemistry or how HyperChem performs chemical calculations that you request from the Setup and Compute menus. While it has pedagogical value, it is not a textbook of computational chemistry the discussions are restricted to topics of immediate relevance to HyperChem only. Nevertheless, you can learn much about computational chemistry by reading this manual while using HyperChem. [Pg.155]

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In the light of the above questions, it is tempting to refer to the results emerging from numerous theoretical and computer simulation studies [40,41,85-88,129-131] of the random field Ising model, and we shall do so, but only after completing the present discussion. [Pg.266]

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Quantum calculations are the starting point for another objective of theoretical and computational chemical science, multiscale calculations. The overall objective is to understand and predict large-scale phenomena, such as deformation in solids or transport in porous media, beginning with fundamental calculation of electronic structure and interactions, then using the results of that calculation as input to the next level of a more coarse-grained approximation. [Pg.75]

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The advantages of MPn perturbation treatments are however clear on both the theoretical and computational points of view. For example, size-consistency is ensured, analytical gradients and Hessians are avalaible, parallelization of the codes is feasable. [Pg.40]

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A number of books and journal articles reviewing computational methods relevant to biophysical problems have been published in the last decade. Two of the most popular texts, however, were published more than ten years ago those of McCammon and Harvey in 1987 and Brooks, Karplus, and Pettitt in 1988. There has been significant progress in theoretical and computational methodologies since the publication of these books. Therefore, we feel that there is a need for an updated, comprehensive text including the most recent developments and applications in the field. [Pg.519]

The first dynamical simulation of a protein based on a detailed atomic model was reported in 1977. Since then, the uses of various theoretical and computational approaches have contributed tremendously to our understanding of complex biomolecular systems such as proteins, nucleic acids, and bilayer membranes. By providing detailed information on biomolecular systems that is often experimentally inaccessible, computational approaches based on detailed atomic models can help in the current efforts to understand the relationship of the strucmre of biomolecules to their function. For that reason, they are now considered to be an integrated and essential component of research in modern biology, biochemistry, and biophysics. [Pg.519]

Naturally, the pivotal role of protein folding in biophysics and biochemistry has yielded a very large body of research. In this chapter we focus primarily on the different theoretical and computational approaches that have contributed to the current understand- [Pg.373]

The term ab initio is often used in theoretical chemistry and even in the general chemistry literature. In the paper I try to explore precisely what this term means. Does it really refer to calculations carried out from first principles without any recourse whatsoever to empirical data Surprisingly, I found that theoretical and computational chemists use this term with [Pg.7]

The interface properties can usually be independently measured by a number of spectroscopic and surface analysis techniques such as secondary ion mass spectroscopy (SIMS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), specular neutron reflection (SNR), forward recoil spectroscopy (FRES), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM), infrared (IR) and several other methods. Theoretical and computer simulation methods can also be used to evaluate H t). Thus, we assume for each interface that we have the ability to measure H t) at different times and that the function is well defined in terms of microscopic properties. [Pg.354]

In the computer simulations It was necessary to study reaction sequences more complex than those studied by Barkelew, which consequently led to rate functions having double rather than single concentration dependence. Numerous results from both theoretical and computational analyses. Including the effects of e and Tr, have been described elsewhere (see especially Figure 8 of reference 1). [Pg.27]

In retrospect, we believe that Professor Mulliken was perhaps somewhat overstating his case in the remark quoted in the Introduction, concerning the status of computational chemistry in 1965. However, considered as a prophetic remark, the quotation certainly applies today, and it is a pleasure to dedicate this account to Professor Yngve Ohrn acknowledging his many important contributions to this development. These contributions include not only his own work on theoretical and computational approaches to central questions in chemistry, but also his continued engagement in the Sanibel Conferences and in the International Journal of Quemtum Chemistry. [Pg.212]

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