Trinajstić, Nenad; Gutman, Ivan
(2002)
Mathematical chemistry.
Croatica Chemica Acta, 75
(2).
pp. 329356.
ISSN 00111643
Abstract
A brief description is given of the historical development of mathematics and chemistry. A path leading to the meeting of these two sciences is described. An attempt is made to define mathematical chemistry, and journals containing the term mathematical chemistry in their titles are noted. In conclusion, the statement is made that although chemistry is an experimental science aimed at preparing new compounds and materials, mathematics is very useful in chemistry, among other things, to produce models that can guide experimental work to a target by the shortest possible route.
Item Type: 
Article

Uncontrolled Keywords: 
roots of chemistry; roots of mathematics; mathematical chemistry; mathematical chemistry journals; evolution; buckminsterfullerene; fractality; weights; science; carbon; number 
Subjects: 
NATURAL SCIENCES > Chemistry 
Divisions: 
Division of Physical Chemistry 
Projects: 
Project title  Project leader  Project code  Project type 

Razvoj i primjena modela u kemiji i bioinformatici  Nenad Trinajstić  0098034  MZOS 

Depositing User: 
Nenad Trinajstić

Date Deposited: 
10 Oct 2013 08:15 
Last Modified: 
06 Feb 2014 13:40 
URI: 
http://fulir.irb.hr/id/eprint/756 
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