Book Chapters

[12] García-Ramos, J. C.; Cortés-Guzmán, F.; Matta, C. F. (2017) “On the Nature of Hydrogen-Hydrogen Bonding” in: Intermolecular Interactions in Molecular Crystals, Novoa, J. (Ed.), Royal Society of Chemistry, London, Great Britain. (Accepted, in press).
[11] Matta, C. F.; Massa, L. (2017) “Information Theory and the Thermodynamic Efficiency of Biological Sorting Systems: Case Studies of the Kidney and of the Mitochondrial ATP-Synthase”, Chapter 1 in: Sustained Energy For Enhanced Human Functions And Physical Activity, Bagchi, D. (Ed.), Academic Press – An imprint of Elsevier, London (pp. 3-29).
[10] Matta, C. F.; Sumar, I.; Cook, R.; Ayers, P. W. (2016) “Localization-delocalization and electron density-weighted connectivity matrices: A bridge between the quantum theory of atoms in molecules and chemical graph theory” Chapter 3 in: Applications of Topological Methods in Molecular Chemistry (Springer book series: Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 22)), Chauvin, R; Lepetit, C.; Silvi, B.; Alikhani, E. (Eds.), Springer, Switzerland (pp. 53-88).
[9] Matta, C. F. (2010) “Reflections on Quantum Biochemistry: From Context to Contents” in: Matta, C. F. (Ed.) Quantum Biochemistry: Electronic Structure and Biological Activity (Vol. 1), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (pp. XI-L).
[8] Bohórquez, H. J.; Cárdenas, C.; Matta, C. F.; Boyd, R. J.; Patarroyo, M. E. (2010) “Methods in biocomputational chemistry: A lesson from the amino acids”, Chapter 13 in: Matta, C.F. (Ed.) Quantum Biochemistry: Electronic Structure and Biological Activity (Vol. 1), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (pp.403-422).
[7] Matta, C. F. (2010) “From atoms in amino acids to the genetic code and protein stability, and backwards”, Chapter 14 in: Matta, C. F. (Ed.) Quantum Biochemistry: Electronic Structure and Biological Activity (Vol. 1), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (pp. 423-472).
[6] Arabi, A. A.; Matta, C. F. (2010) “Energy richness of ATP in terms of atomic energies: A first step”, Chapter 15 in: Matta, C. F. (Ed.) Quantum Biochemistry: Electronic Structure and Biological Activity (Vol. 1), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (pp. 473-498).
[5] Massa, L.; Matta, C. F.; Yonath, A., Karle, J. (2010) “Quantum transition state for peptide bond formation in the ribosome”, Chapter 16 in: Matta, C. F. (Ed.) Quantum Biochemistry: Electronic Structure and Biological Activity (Vol. 2), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (pp. 501-516).
[4] Matta, C. F.; Boyd, R. J. (2007). “Introduction to the quantum theory of atoms in molecules”, Chapter 1 in: Matta, C. F. and Boyd, R. J. (Eds.) Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules: From Solid State to DNA and Drug Design, Wiley-VCH, pp.1-34.
[3] Matta, C. F. (2006). “Hydrogen-hydrogen bonding: The non-electrostatic limit of closed-shell interaction between two hydrogen atoms. A critical review”, Chapter 9 in: Grabowski S. (Ed.): Hydrogen Bonding – New Insight, (Challenges and Advances in Computational Chemistry and Physics Series), Springer, pp. 337-375.
[2] Matta C. F. (2005) “Computational chemistry: A powerful and inexpensive tool for basic and applied research in the life sciences”, Chapter 23 in: Serageldin, I. and Persley, G. J. (Eds.) Discovery to Delivery: BioVision Alexandria 2004 (Proceedings of the World Biological Forum), CABI Publishing, pp. 261-272.
[1] Bader, R. F. W.; Matta, C. F.; and Martín, F. J. (2003). “Atoms in medicinal chemistry”, in: Chapter 7 in: Alber, F. and Carloni, P. (Eds.) Medicinal Quantum Chemistry (Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry Series), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, pp. 201-232.

 



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