The only series available to explore cutting-edge research in chemical physics, Advances in Chemical Physics, Quantum Information and Computation for Chemistry, Volume 154
focuses on liquid polymorphism, with a generous cross-section of research that questions established thinking. The articles scrutinize the evidence for and against, and inquire into the possibility and consequences of, the existence of more than one liquid phase in a pure substance. This guest-edited volume provides a useful introduction for graduate students and researchers.
Keywords: Physical Chemistry, Advances in Chemical Physics, Quantum Information and Computation for Chemistry, Aaron R. Dinner, Stuart A. Rice, Quantum Information Science