1. Why Are In-silico Approaches Necessary for Macromolecular Chemistry?
2. Theoretical tools for In-silico Macromolecular Chemistry
3. Macromolecular Chemistry: An Introduction
4. In-silico Approaches for Carbohydrates
5. In-silico Approaches for Lipids
6. In-silico Approaches for Proteins
7. In-silico Approaches for Nucleic acids
8. Contribution of Computational Genomics Research to the Real World
9. In-silico Approaches for Olefinic polymers
10. In-silico Approaches for Halopolymers
11. In-silico Approaches for Elastomers
12. In-silico Approaches for Aerogel
13. In-silico Approaches for Xenobiotic Polymers and their Degradation Mechanism
14. In-silico Approaches for Polymeric Composites
15. In-silico studies of Macromolecules as Sensors
16. Are Computational Approaches Critically Important for Solving Real-World Problems?
• Highlights in silico studies of both bio and synthetic macromolecules in one book
• Supports both learners and experts though a combination of detailed guidance and perspectives on the future potential for in silico approaches to macromolecules
• Familiarizes readers with theoretical tools and software helping readers select the best approach for their needs
• Minu Elizabeth Thomas , Researcher, School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India.
• Jince Thomas, Senior Research Fellow, International and Inter University Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India.
• Sabu Thomas, Professor/Vice Chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India.
• Haya Kornweitz, Head of the Department of Chemical Sciences, Airel University, Israel