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Chemical Informatics Research Group

The Chemical Informatics Research Group develops and applies theory and simulation at various length and time scales to calculate a wide variety of chemical and physical properties of gas, liquid, and solid molecular systems.

The Group establishes the accuracy of computational methods by compiling comparisons to measured values. It develops new algorithms for chemical informatics, data analysis, and molecular simulation, as well as new standards for the management, validation, and dissemination of computational and experimental data. The Group's efforts are performed in support of measurement science in areas such as chemical manufacturing, environment and climate, energy, biomedical and health, and advanced materials.

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Projects and Programs

Prediction of Global Warming Potential

The global warming potential (GWP) of a number of compounds used by U.S. industry is not known or poorly known. Working with the EPA, a set of nearly 1,200

Publications

The role of molecular modeling & simulation in the discovery and deployment of metal-organic frameworks for gas storage and separation

Author(s)
Arni Sturluson, Melanie Huynh, Alec Kaija, Caleb Laird, Sunghyun Yoon, Feier Hou, Zhenxing Feng, Christopher E. Wilmer, Yamil J. Colon, Yongchul G. Chung, Daniel W. Siderius, Cory M. Simon
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are highly tunable, extended-network, crystalline, nanoporous materials with applications in gas storage, separations, and

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