Hybrid Methods of Molecular Modeling by Andrei L. TchougréeffHybrid Methods of Molecular Modeling by Andrei L. Tchougréeff

Hybrid Methods of Molecular Modeling

byAndrei L. Tchougréeff

Paperback | November 22, 2010

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Hybrid Methods of Molecular Modelingis a self-contained advanced review offering step by step derivation of the consistent theoretical picture of hybrid modeling methods and the thorough analysis of the concepts and current practical methods of hybrid modeling based on this theory.

Hybrid Methods of Molecular Modelingpresents its material in a sequential way paying attention both to the physical soundness of the approximations used and to the mathematical rigor necessary for practical developing of the robust modeling code. Historical remarks are given when it is necessary to put the current presentation in a more general context and to establish relation with other areas of computational chemistry. The reader should have experience with basic concepts of computational chemistry and/or molecular modeling. Basic knowledge of operators, wave functions, electron densities is necessary. 

Title:Hybrid Methods of Molecular ModelingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:344 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:November 22, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048177995

ISBN - 13:9789048177998

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Table of Contents

Preface

1. Molecular modeling: Problem formulation and wrapping contexts

1.1 Motivation and General Setting
1.2 Molecular Potential Energy: Quantum Mechanical Problem
1.3 Basics of the Quantum Mechanical Technique
1.4 Alternative Representations of Quantum Mechanics
1.5 Basics of Quantum Chemistry
1.6 Alternative Tools for Representing Electronic Structure
1.7 General Scheme for Separating Electronic Variables

2. Models of molecular structure: Hybrid perspective

2.1 Ab Initio Methods
2.2 Pseudopotential Methods and Valence Approximation
2.3 Hartree-Fock-Roothaan Based Semiempirical Methods
2.4 Non-Hartree-Fock Semiempirical Quantum Chemistry
2.5 Classical Models of Molecular Structure: Molecular Mechanics
2.6 Hybrid Mehtods of Modeling Complex Molecualr Systems

3. Deductive molecular mechanics: Bridging quantum and classical models of molecular structure

3.1 Motivation. Molecular Mechanics and Additive Schemes. Stereochemistry and VSEPR Theory
3.2 Characteristic Features of Molecular Electronic Structure in SLG Approximation
3.3 Deductive Molecular Mechanics: Family of Approximations
3.4 What is DMM?
3.5 TATO-DMM and Intersubsystem Frontier
3.6 Conclusion

4. Synthesis: Hybrid molecular models for coordination compounds

4.1 Characteristic Features of the Electronic Strucutre of Coordination Compounds
4.2 Hybrid and Classical Models of Coordination Compounds of Nontransition Metals
4.3 Qualitative Picture of Bonding in Metal Complexes
4.4 Hybrid Model for Coordination Compounds
4.5 Mechanistic Model for Stereochemistry of Complexes of Nontransition Elements
4.6 Incorporatingd-Metals into Molecular Mechanics. Models of Spin-Active Compounds

Conclusion. Remaining problems

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From the reviews:"This book is an advanced treatise on hybrid methods of molecular modeling. It provides a thorough and relatively self-contained presentation of the theoretical foundations of hybrid modeling with detailed derivations of the key equations and discussion of approximations for their solution. . As such, this is a very useful reference for graduate students, practicing experts, and developers . . Overall, this book is a novel contribution to the field of hybrid modeling that lays the foundation for formulating a useful general QM/MM modeling approach." (Darrin York, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 131 (42), 2009)