Kinetics and Dynamics
"Kinetics and Dynamics" on molecular modeling of dynamic processes opens with an introductory overview before discussing approaches to reactivity of small systems in the gas phase. Then it examines studies of systems of increasing complexity up to the dynamics of DNA.
This title has interdisciplinary character presenting wherever possible an interplay between the theory and the experiment. It provides basic information as well as the details of theory and examples of its application to experimentalists and theoreticians interested in modeling of dynamic processes in chemical and biochemical systems. All contributing authors are renowned experts in their fields and topics covered in this volume represent the forefront of today’s science.
Provides a thorough computational approach to the reactivity of chemical and biochemical systemsDiscusses recent advances in linear scaling algorithms and their impact on the study of kineticsDescribes a broad spectrum of systems and applications rather than being solely focussed on methodologyFeatures interplay between experiment and theory