Professor Hendrik Zipse, Ludwig Maximilians Universität-München, has posted a nice set of computational chemistry teaching resources on his research group’s web site. There are explanations (auf English!) of many basic computational concepts and procedures, along with how-to guides for using mainline modeling programs. Maybe the best way to begin (after you click the link above) is to click “Table of Contents” and go from there.
Learning Computational Chemistry from Prof. Zipse
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