Foundations of Chemistry 5 (2):147-163 (2003)
|Abstract||While the principal ideas of a systems theory for the molecular sciences have been introduced in part I (Reiher, 2003), illustrative examples for the ingredients of this systems chemistry are discussed in greater detail in this work. The potential wealth of systems chemistry is then demonstrated for a recently developed approach for the calculation of hydrogen bond energies in non-decomposable systems.|
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