Publication Year

2000

Keywords

Breast cancer, drugs, estrogen, chemistry

Disciplines

Chemistry | Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry | Oncology

Abstract

Computational chemistry can be used to build chemical structures and simulate reactions, based in part or in full on the laws of physics (Foresman & Frisch 1993). Computational methods can provide more information in shorter amounts of time relative to experimental techniques. Computational chemistry has become both an independent research area and a helpful tool in experimental studies. The ability of computers to process large quantities of information and perform calculations in a relatively short period of time is making computers increasingly valuable scientific tools.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Chemistry

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