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Non-Covalent Chemistry

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Non-covalent interactions are sensitive to solvent, orientation and substituents, so to experimentally probe the basic chemistry that governs weak intermolecular interactions, we require systems where these parameters can be independently varied. This presentation will describe approaches to quantifying non-covalent interactions, and the development a model for estimating the thermodynamic properties of intermolecular interactions in solids, organic and aqueous solutions.

This talk is part of the Seminars for the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (formerly BP Institute) series.

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