Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Aim & Scope
This series addresses the need of theoretical and computational chemists for high quality books on key foundational and developing topics. The topics covered are drawn from the theoretical and computational chemistry focus area, spanning a variety of computational approaches (electronic structure methods, molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics, cheminformatics) and systems ranging from small molecules to different materials and biopolymers. The volumes of the Theoretical and Computational Chemistry series include the theoretical and computational applications related to structure, properties, energetics, reaction mechanisms, weak interactions, catalysis, and reaction rates involving atoms, molecules, clusters, nano- and biomaterials, surfaces, and bulk matter.
This book series also compliments the Elsevier journal of the Computational and Theoretical Chemistry(opens in new tab/window)
The series is designed for graduate students and researchers predominantly in computational and theoretical chemistry, but also experimentalists from adjacent fields who are interested in applying computational methods in their work.