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Re: Mathematica in Chemistry

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  • Subject: [mg17273] Re: [mg17217] Mathematica in Chemistry
  • From: "Rajdeep S. Kalgutkar" <rajdeep at>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 02:34:51 -0400
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Hi Ton-That Tai,

There is only one book that deals with Mathematica and Chemistry together:
Mathematica Computer Programs for Physical Chemistry by William H. Cropper
Paperback - 264 pages (May 1998) Springer Verlag; ISBN: 0387983376
Price: $42.00

I think that Mathcad is used more often in Chemistry curricula. Yet, there
are an increasing number of schools that are using Mathematica.

Check out these websites:[1].htm

good luck,

> HI Anybody,
> I would like to appreciate If anybody can let me know where can I get any
> websites/books about using Mathematica in Chemistry
> Thanks in advance,
> Ton-That Tai
> Viet Nam
> Voice: 848-8453-052  Fax: 848-8451-341
> Email: vietcad at

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