Mathematical chemistry

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Trinajstić, Nenad; Gutman, Ivan;
  • Publisher: Croatian Chemical Society
  • Journal: volume 75, issue 2issn: 0011-1643, eissn: 1334-417X
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  • Subject: Chemistry | roots of Chemistry; roots of mathematics; mathematical Chemistry; mathematical Chemistry journals

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 the... View more
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