computational chemistry


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Computer-driven design of molecules, modelling and prediction of chemical structures likely to bind potential protein drug targets

computational chemistry

The use of mathematical formulas to simulate or study a variety of chemical characteristics, including a compound's electronic structure, geometry, potential energy, and kinetic rate constants.
See also: chemistry
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