Computational Materials Chemistry: Methods and Applications by L.A. Curtiss, M.S. Gordon

By L.A. Curtiss, M.S. Gordon

This quantity illustrates the contributions that sleek ideas in simulation and modeling could make to fabrics chemistry study and the extent of accuracy available. whereas new advancements in simulation and modeling are mentioned to a point, the foremost emphasis is on functions to fabrics chemistry together with in parts of floor chemistry, strong country chemistry, polymer chemistry and nanoscience. the outstanding development in either theoretical equipment and computing device expertise have made it attainable for computational chemistry to accomplish a brand new point of chemical accuracy that's supplying major perception into the influence of chemical reactivity at the habit of fabrics and supporting to layout new materials.

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Ab initio MD simulations1 allow one to study dynamics of systems on a picosecond time scale for systems consisting of hundreds of atoms. Energy and forces in ab initio MD simulations are obtained from solving the electronic structure problem “on the fly”. Parameterization of the energy a system as a function of the relative atom positions, e. , development of a classical force field, significantly speeds up calculations of the energies and forces in MD simulations, positioning classical MD simulations as the most suitable tool to obtain properties of the systems containing 103-105 atoms on the time scales from 10-15 to 10-6 s.

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