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Annual review of physical chemistry; v.61, 2010.


Annual review of physical chemistry; v.61, 2010.

Ed. by Stephen R. Leone et al.

Annual Reviews


499 pages




Leone, Groves (both UC-Berkeley), Cremer (Texas A&M U.), Johnson (Yale U.), and Richmond (U. of Oregon) present a collection of 22 invited contributions, written by some 50 international academics and researchers, reviewing significant recent developments in the field of physical chemistry. A sampling of topics: novel computational methods for nanostructure electronic structure calculations, chemistry of Hofmeister anions and osmolytes, tuned range-separated hybrids in density functional theory, oxide surface science, functional motifs in biochemical reaction networks, molecular structural dynamics probed by ultrafast x-ray absorption spectroscopy, statistical mechanical concepts in immunology, bio-enabled synthesis of metamaterials, transition-path theory and path-finding algorithms for the study of rare events, enhanced sampling of nonequilibrium steady states, and fluctuations in biological and bioinspired electron-transfer reactions. No subject index.

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