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Topological Approaches to Intermolecular Interactions

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Workshop "Topological Approaches to Intermolecular Interactions"

Revealing the chemical bonding (structure) and the reorganization of the chemical bonds (reactivity) of any molecular system forms the undisputed foundation of chemistry. Chemical interactions between a protein and a drug, or a catalyst and its substrate, self-assembly of nanomaterials, and also many chemical reactions are dominated by noncovalent interactions. This class of interactions spans a wide range of binding energies and encompasses hydrogen bonding, dipole−dipole interactions, steric repulsion, and London dispersion. Molecular structure is governed by covalent, noncovalent, and electrostatic interactions, the latter two of which are the driving force in most biochemical processes. The workshop "Topological approaches to intermolecular interactions" aims at getting insight into these interactions through computational modelling and 3D analysis of chemically sounded functions.


Paris, 26-28 June

Amphithéatre Jean Perrin, LCPMR, Campus Curie, 11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie, 75005 Paris

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