Computational Chemistry - Software Packages

Software Packages

There are many self-sufficient software packages used by computational chemists. Some include many methods covering a wide range, while others concentrating on a very specific range or even a single method. Details of most of them can be found in:

  • Biomolecular modelling programs: proteins, nucleic acid.
  • Molecular mechanics programs.
  • Quantum chemistry and solid state physics software supporting several methods.
  • Molecular design software
  • Semi-empirical programs.
  • Valence bond programs.

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