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Large-Scale Molecular Systems: Quantum and Stochastic Aspects―Beyond the Simple Molecular Picture (Nato Science Series B:) download ebook

by Werner Gans,Alexander Blumen,Anton Amann

Large-Scale Molecular Systems: Quantum and Stochastic Aspects―Beyond the Simple Molecular Picture (Nato Science Series B:) download ebook
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030643914X
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978-0306439148
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Werner Gans,Alexander Blumen,Anton Amann
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Springer; 1991 edition (September 30, 1991)
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614 pages
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This NATO Advanced Study Institute centered on large-scale molecular systems: Quantum mechanics, although providing a general framework for the description of matter, is not easily applicable to many concrete systems of interest; classical statistical methods, on the other hand, allow only a partial picture of the behaviour of large systems. The aim of the ASI was to present both aspects of the subject matter and to foster interaction between the scientists working in these important areas of theoretical physics and theoretical chemistry.

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