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1. Introduction to Computational Chemistry by Frank Jensen  
Paperback: 624
Pages
(20061213)
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Not a good book
You can not expect that much from this book
Worthwhile purchase
A nice book
Introduction to Computational Chemistry 
2. Essentials of Computational Chemistry: Theories and Models by Christopher J. Cramer  
Paperback: 618
Pages
(20041122)
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Sophisticated treatment of the subject
A solid introduction
Very good introductory text
Great conceptual books
Great primer for students and faculty alike 
3. Handbook of Computational Quantum Chemistry by David B. Cook  
Paperback: 832
Pages
(20050802)
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Editorial Review Product Description This comprehensive text provides upperlevel undergraduates and graduate students with an accessible introduction to the implementation of quantum ideas in molecular modeling, exploring practical applications alongside theoretical explanations. Topics include the HartreeFock method; matrix SCF equations; implementation of the closedshell case; introduction to molecular integrals; and much more. 1998 edition. Customer Reviews (3)
Get it while it lasts
Nice exposition on the inner workings of computational quantum chemistry.
My views on Computational Quantum Physics 
4. Computational Chemistry: A Practical Guide for Applying Techniques to Real World Problems by David Young  
Hardcover: 408
Pages
(20010307)
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Wonderful advice on quantum computation
A nice practical guide for the nonspecialist 
5. Computational Chemistry Workbook: Learning Through Examples by Thomas Heine, JanOle Joswig, Achim Gelessus  
Paperback: 250
Pages
(20091117)
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6. A Computational Approach to Chemistry (Physical Chemistry Texts) by David Michael Hirst  
Paperback: 452
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7. Computational Methods in Quantum Chemistry: Quantum Chemistry (World Scientific Series in Contemporary Chemical Physics) by A. A. Hasanein, Myron W. Evans  
Hardcover: 241
Pages
(199606)
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Editorial Review Product Description Chapter 3 is a description of the HartreeFock selfconsistent fieldmethod, which is developed systematically for atoms. TheBornOppenheimer approximation is introduced, and the numericalmethods presented one by one thereafter in a logically consistent waythat should be accessible to undergraduates. These include LCAO,HartreeFockSCF method for molecules, Roothaan LCAOMOSCF method,and electron correlation energy. Chapter 4 is devoted to the more sophisticated computational methodsin quantum chemistry, with an introduction to topics that include: thezero differential overlap approximation; Huckel MO theory ofconjugated molecules; PariserParrPople MO method; extended Huckeltheory; neglect of differential overlap methods; invariance in spacerequirements; CNDO; INDO; NDDO; MINDO; MNDO; AM1; MNDOPM3; SAM1;SINDO1; CNDO/S; PCILO,X?; and ab initio methods. This is followed by an introduction to MollerPlesset perturbationtheory of many electrons, and coupled perturbed Hartree Fock theory,with a description of the coupled cluster method. Finally Chapter 5applies these methods to problems of contemporary interest. The book is designed to be a junior/senior level text in computationalquantum mechanics, suitable for undergraduates and graduates inchemistry, physics, computer science, and associated disciplines. 
8. Computational Chemistry (Oxford Chemistry Primers, 29) by Guy H. Grant, W. Graham Richards  
Paperback: 96
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(19950511)
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Conceptual, not practical foundation The authors carry this forward, using concise mathematics, to derive electron distributions and smallscale molecular conformations. The third chapter addresses conformations of larger molecules, starting with rigorous computations of each conformation's energy, then backing down to some approximation techniques. The fourth chapter packs in a number of concepts, prehaps too many: solvation, statistical mechanics, and a little bit of molecular mechanics. Chapter five skims over protein and DNA folding, and chapter 6 discusses smallmolecule (drug) interactions with proteins. Although the authors start the book noting the intense computational requirements, they never give explicit techniques for performing those computations efficiently. The math is the abstract form, close to the quantum mechanics, and rarely the form of a practical computation. In fact, the math is abstract enough that I'd be hard pressed to come up with real limits of integration in many cases. The authors make some effort to use their equations to support intuitive understanding, but sometimes focus too much on the formulas themselves instead of their meanings. I can't fault the book for being written in 1995  by the standards of computational chemistry, that's a bit dated now. Still, almost all of its references date from 1990 or earlier. They weren't the freshest even when the book was written. The book does give a broad view, highlevel survey of the quantum mechanical view of chemistry. It omits many more modern practices though: finite element approximations to molecule structure, grammarbased analysis of RNA folding, and Markov models for structure prediction. It also omits the knowledge needed to reduce abstract physics to practical calculations. Use this as an introductory survey, but use other books for knowledge you can put to work.
A concise introduction to Comp. Chem. 
9. Computational Organic Chemistry by Steven M. Bachrach  
Hardcover: 496
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(20070716)
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10. Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling: Principles and Applications by K. I. Ramachandran, Gopakumar Deepa, Krishnan Namboori  
Paperback: 397
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(20101130)
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Editorial Review Product Description The gap between introductory level textbooks and highly specialized monographs is filled by this modern textbook. It provides in one comprehensive volume the indepth theoretical background for molecular modeling and detailed descriptions of the applications in chemistry and related fields like drug design, molecular sciences, biomedical, polymer and materials engineering. Special chapters on basic mathematics and the use of respective software tools are included. Numerous numerical examples, exercises and explanatory illustrations as well as a web site with application tools (http://www.amrita.edu/cen/ccmm) support the students and lecturers. 
11. Computational Drug Design: A Guide for Computational and Medicinal Chemists by D. C. Young  
Hardcover: 307
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(20090212)
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Editorial Review Product Description Computational Drug Design covers all of the major computational drug design techniques in use today, focusing on the process that pharmaceutical chemists employ to design a new drug molecule. The discussions of which computational tools to use and when and how to use them are all based on typical pharmaceutical industry drug design processes. Following an introduction, the book is divided into three parts:
The book's accompanying CDROM, a special feature, offers graphics of the molecular structures and dynamic reactions discussed in the book as well as demos from computational drug design software companies. Computational Drug Design is ideal for both students and professionals in drug design, helping them choose and take full advantage of the best computational tools available. Note: CDROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file. 
12. Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry, 5 Volume Set by Paul von Ragu? Schleyer  
Hardcover: 3580
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(19981125)
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Editorial Review Product Description "The Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry represents the most comprehensive effort yet to cover the field of computational chemistry in its full breadth. This effort has been successful in most points and the ECC is thus a musthave for all chemistry libraries".

13. Simple Theorems, Proofs and Derivations in Quantum Chemistry (Mathematical and Computational Chemistry) by Istvan Mayer  
Paperback: 352
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(20101102)
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14. Annual Reports in Computational Chemistry 2, Volume 2  
Hardcover: 346
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(20060905)
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15. Computational Chemistry: Introduction to the Theory and Applications of Molecular and Quantum Mechanics (Volume 0) by Errol G. Lewars  
Paperback: 488
Pages
(20030301)
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Editorial Review Product Description Computational Chemistry: Introduction to the Theory and Applications of Molecular and Quantum Mechanics is an invaluable tool for teaching and researchers alike. The book provides an overview of the field, explains the basic underlying theory at a meaningful level that is not beyond beginners, and it gives numerous comparisons of different methods with one another and with experiment. The following concepts are illustrated and their possibilities and limitations are given: potential energy surfaces; Topics are placed in a historical context, adding interest to them and removing much of their apparently arbitrary aspect. The large number of references, to all significant topics mentioned, should make this book useful not only to undergraduates but also to graduate students and academic and industrial researchers. Customer Reviews (2)
Very good first intro to computational chemistry
Rough reading Lewars introduces the easy parts in a clear enough way. Potential energy surfaces make sense. Molecular mechanics has a good, intuitive feel  it's the springsandballs model, elaborated to include plane and dihedral angles, representing force fields derived from other sources. After that (i.e., after p. 80), it's quantum mechanics for a few hundred pages. The premise is that the layout of electrons across a molecule determines its chemistry, and that the wave function tells where the electrons will be. Since the wave equations can't be solved exactly for anything with two or more electrons (!), it's actually approximations to quantum. That leads to two levels of opacity: quantum itself, and all the facts that were scraped off in the approximation process. At this point, the chice is binary: become fluent in quantum, or move on. There are a few nuggets to be had for the nonfluent, including some of the techniques for solving these horrendous integrals. Mostly, though, I moved on. After the "ab initio" quantum mechanical methods, Lewars presents the semiempirical models. These deal with simplified models of wave functions. Unlike ab initio methods, which stand on almost purely theoretical models, semiempirical methods are informed by experimental data. They are based on the electron wave functions, as are the ab initio methods, but use approximations calibrated by experimental results. The book's final section presents density functional theory (DFT), another technique for estimating where the electrons will be. This book demands a lot of the reader, more than I came in with or had time to develop. I was able to use it to get a working vocabulary of the major kinds of computations, the general categories of approach to modeling, and a rough idea of the techniques and complexities involved. I need a little more information than that, but not the immediate leap into the deep end presented here. I look forward to a review by someone more knowledgeable. For now, my only real criticism of this book is lack of glossary. Initialisms and acronyms abound. It would have made the going a lot easier if the book had one place where I could refresh my memory on the dozens or hundreds of abbreviations. ... Read more 
16. Molecular Electrostatic Potentials, Volume 3: Concepts and Applications (Theoretical and Computational Chemistry)  
Hardcover: 680
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(19961206)
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Editorial Review Product Description This volume opens with a survey chapter by one of the original pioneers of the use of the electrostatic potential in studies of chemical reactivity, Jacopo Tomasi. Though the flow of the succeeding chapters is not stringently defined, the overall trend is that the emphasis changes gradually from methodology to applications. Chapters discussing more theoretical topics are placed near the end. Readers will find the wide variety of topics provided by an international group of authors both convincing and useful. 
17. Handbook of Computational Chemistry Research  
Hardcover: 507
Pages
(20100430)
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18. NonCovalent Interactions: Theory and Experiment (RSC Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Series) by Pavel Hobza, Klaus MüllerDethlefs  
Hardcover: 225
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(20091214)
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Editorial Review Product Description This book aims to understand the main aspects of noncovalent chemistry (mainly in the gas phase) and specifically compares the experimental and theoretical data available for noncovalent complexes and subsequent problems associated with this comparison. 
19. Numerical Simulation in Molecular Dynamics: Numerics, Algorithms, Parallelization, Applications (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering) by Michael Griebel, Stephan Knapek, Gerhard Zumbusch  
Paperback: 476
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(20101102)
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Editorial Review Product Description This book details the necessary numerical methods, the theoretical background and foundations and the techniques involved in creating computer particle models, including linkedcell method, SPMEmethod, tree codes, amd multipol technique. It illustrates modeling, discretization, algorithms and their parallel implementation with MPI on computer systems with distributed memory. The text offers stepbystep explanations of numerical simulation, providing illustrative code examples. With the description of the algorithms and the presentation of the results of various simulations from fields such as material science, nanotechnology, biochemistry and astrophysics, the reader of this book will learn how to write programs capable of running successful experiments for molecular dynamics. 
20. Chemistry from First Principles by Jan C. A. Boeyens  
Paperback: 322
Pages
(20101130)
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Editorial Review Product Description "Chemistry from First Principles" examines the appearance of matter in its most primitive form. It features the empirical rules of chemical affinity that regulate the synthesis and properties of molecular matter, analyzes the compatibility of the theories of chemistry with the quantum and relativity theories of physics, formulates a consistent theory based on clear physical pictures and manageable mathematics to account for chemical concepts such as the structure and stability of atoms and molecules. This text also explains the selfsimilarity between spacetime, nuclear structure, covalent assembly, biological growth, planetary systems, and galactic conformation. Customer Reviews (1)
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