Computational Chemistry of Solid State Materials

@inproceedings{Dronskowski2005ComputationalCO,
  title={Computational Chemistry of Solid State Materials},
  author={Richard Dronskowski},
  year={2005}
}
Even before interdisciplinary scientific research activities came into vogue, the solid state was already a field in which chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers came together to manipulate the chemical elements in ways to generate new basic science and new technologies. Nevertheless, even within this arena, the distinctions between these scientific disciplines are real— each discipline has developed its own ways of thinking, working, and understanding, and has created its… Expand
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