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Date: Mon Jun 17 17:19:11 2013
Subject: 13.10.07 QUANTUM CHEMICAL TOPOLOGY Symposium, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico
Advances in QUANTUM CHEMICAL TOPOLOGY Symposium,
 
When: October 7-10, 2013
Where: Mexico City, Mexico
 
Quantum Chemical Topology refers to the study of scalar and vectorial fields
to describe chemical structure and reactivity. 

Some of these fields that are relevant in chemistry are the electron density,
its Laplacian, the electron localization function, the Fermi hole density and
the source function. 

All of them provide complementary information to analyze molecular structure
and chemical reactivity in general.
 
This symposium will host the presentation and discussion of theoretical and
experimental advances in the subject of chemical topology for the explanation
and prediction of chemical phenomena.
 
For more information, registration, and abstract submission please visit: http://www.iquimica.unam.mx/qct/
 
Contact information: fercor|-|unam.mx, kmtzm|-|unam.mx
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