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Supercomputer Simulations in Chemistry Proceedings of the Symposium on Supercomputer Simulations in Chemistry, Held in Montreal August 25-27, 1985, (Lecture Notes in Chemistry) by Quebec) Symposium on Supercomputer Chemistry (1985 Montreal

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Published by Springer-Verlag .
Written in English


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ContributionsIBM-Kingston (Corporate Author), IBM Canada (Corporate Author), M. Dupuis (Editor)
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Number of Pages312
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Open LibraryOL7443776M
ISBN 100387171789
ISBN 109780387171784

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