Computational Chemistry is nowadays a mature area in modern Chemistry that provides information for understanding chemical phenomena at the molecular level, and that has a high predictive power regarding molecular structure, properties and reactivity.
This course deals with the description of the theoretical methods that form the basis of Computational Chemistry, and its application to study molecular systems. It will follow a mixed theoretical/practical approach. From basic examples and case studies related to catalysis, students will learn how to use modern software correctly and in a critical manner. The main aim is that students earn knowledge for understanding current scientific literature, and the expertise needed to attack problems in chemical synthesis and catalysis autonomously.
This subject is taught in two ways. In its own mode, there is no change and you can consult the information in the corresponding sections of this guide. With regard to online teaching, the contents, skills and learning outcomes will be the usual ones and you can consult them in the corresponding section of the guide. The methodologies, planning and evaluation will be as similar as possible to the face-to-face / semi-face-to-face modality and you need to consult the details in the section “Evaluation. "Other comments and second call"
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