Monthly Archives: September 2020

A Practical Introduction to the C Language for Computational Chemistry. Part 2

In the first part of this short introduction to C language, we have learnt the basic of the C language by writing simple programs for the calculation of the non-bonded interaction between two particles at variable distances. Some solutions to … Continue reading

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The Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinalis) and OpenCV

The dandelion’s pallid tubeAstonishes the grass,And winter instantly becomesAn Infinite Alas — The tube uplifts a signal BudAnd then a shouting Flower, —The Proclamation of the SunsThat septulture is o’er. – Emily Dickinson The yellow flowers and the delicate and … Continue reading

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