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What do you think lies in the future of theoretical chemistry and computational chemistry? If I am not wrong, of the total global population of theoretical and computational chemists, 90% or even more are computational chemists. Two things ought to be noted here. ” Chemical systems being highly complex, it would be rather unrealistic to play with toy models which admit analytical solutions. Therefore, the need for developing new concepts for improving existing theories would remain strong because this is an open-ended quest.
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