Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry

Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry are the sciences on the interface between Physics and Chemistry, when one wants, for example,  to predict physical properties of a specified chemical substance or to use physical methods to predict chemical properties of a substance. Most of real life systems are very complex, and there is a need to constantly develop new computer simulations methods to describe them with improved precision.

Example of research

Denham N.,  Holmes M.C., Zvelindovsky A.V., “The Phases in a Non-Ionic Surfactant (C12E6) – Water Ternary System: A Coarse-Grained Computer Simulation”,  J. Phys. Chem. B 115 (2011) 1385–1393.

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