Computational Quantum Chemistry

  • ID: 4519453
  • Book
  • 384 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Computational Quantum Chemistry: Insights into Polymerization Reactions consolidates extensive research results, couples them with computational quantum chemistry (CQC) methods applicable to polymerization reactions, and presents those results systematically. CQC has advanced polymer reaction engineering considerably for the past two decades. The book puts these advances into perspective. It also allows you to access the most up-to-date research and CQC methods applicable to polymerization reactions in a single volume. The content is rigorous yet accessible to graduate students as well as researchers who need a reference of state-of-the-art CQC methods with polymerization applications.

. Consolidates more than 10 years of theoretical polymerization reaction research currently scattered across journal articles
. Accessibly presents CQC methods applicable to polymerization reactions
. Provides researchers with a one-stop source of the latest theoretical developments in polymer reaction engineering
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  1. Polymers, Polymerization Reactions, and Computational Quantum Chemistry
  2. A Quantum Mechanical Approach for Accurate Rate Parameters of Free-Radical Polymerization Reactions
  3. Determination of Reaction Rate Coefficients in Free-Radical Polymerization Using Density Functional Theory
  4. Theoretical Insights Into Thermal Self-Initiation Reactions of Acrylates
  5. Theoretical Insights Into Chain Transfer Reactions of Acrylates
  6. Theory and Applications of Thiyl Radicals in Polymer Chemistry
  7. Contribution of Computations to Metal-Mediated Radical Polymerization
  8. A General Model to Explain the Isoselectivity of Olefin Polymerization Catalysts
  9. From Mechanistic Investigation to Quantitative Prediction: Kinetics of Homogeneous Transition Metal-Catalyzed ?-Olefin Polymerization Predicted by Computational Chemistry
  10. Theoretical Insights into Olefin Polymerization Catalyzed by Cationic Organo Rare-Earth Metal Complexes
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Soroush, Masoud
Masoud Soroush, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering of Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Soroush has studied renewable power generation and storage systems from a process systems engineering point of view. These systems have included dye sensitized solar cells, solid oxide fuel cells, supercapacitors, and flow batteries.
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