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Chemical Physics

Chemical Physics is a interdisciplinary branch between chemistry and physics; and distinct from physical chemistry. Chemical Physics investigates physicochemical phenomena using techniques from atomic and molecular physics and condensed matter physics.

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Journals


Chemical Physics
... publishes experimental and theoretical papers on all aspects of chemical physics. In this journal, experiments are related to theory, and in turn theoretical papers are related to present or future experiments. Elsevier - [e]

Chemical Physics Letters
... publishes brief reports of original research on the structures, properties and dynamics of molecules, solid surfaces, interfaces, condensed phases, polymers, nanostructures and biomolecular systems. Elsevier - [e]

ChemPhysChem
... is an international source for important primary and critical secondary information across the whole field of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Wiley Interscience - [e]

Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics
CJCP is devoted to reporting new and original experimental and theoretical research on interdisciplinary areas with a strong chemistry and physics foundation. IOP Publishing - [e]

Faraday Discussions
Discussion summary and research papers, in physical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry. Royal Society of Chemistry - [e]

Journal of Chemical Physics
JCP publishes concise and definitive reports of significant research in methods and applications of chemical physics. American Institute of Physics - [e]

PCCP - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
... is renowned as the journal of choice for fast publication of cutting-edge physical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry. RSC - [e]

Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Focus on Physics. The Journal publishes original and review papers relevant to all aspects of chemical physics. Elementary chemical and physical processes on the molecular level are considered. Springer - [e]

The Open Chemical Physics Journal
... is an Open Access online journal which publishes research articles, reviews and letters in all areas of chemical physics. Bentham - [e]



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Research facilities and departments


Sweden
Department of Chemical Physics. Lund University - [e]







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Buchempfehlung

Benedetta Mennucci, Roberto Cammi

Continuum Solvation Models in Chemical Physics
From Theory to Applications

The modeling of liquids and solutions with computational tools is a very complex problem and many alternative theoretical models and computational algorithms have been proposed to-date. This text picks up on one specific of methods, namely continuum solvation models, which are widely used c computational techniques applied to the study of solvent effects on energy/geometry/reactivity and properties of very different molecular systems, i.e. from small molecules to very large biochemical systems such as proteins and enzymes. For the first time, salvation continuum models are treated in an up-to-date and coherent way using very different points of view coming from experts belonging to very different research fields including mathematicians, theoretical chemists, computational chemists, spectroscopists, etc.

To this end, the presentation of the various contributions follows a step-by-step scheme in which the physical bases of the models come first followed by an analysis of both mathematical and computational aspects and finally by a review on their applications to different physical-chemical problems.

Wiley; 2008


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