What is Theoretical and Computational Chemistry in Solid State Physics?

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In summary, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry in Solid State Physics is a field of study that combines principles of theoretical and computational chemistry with the study of solid state materials. It involves the use of mathematical models and computer simulations to understand the behavior and properties of solid state systems, such as crystals, semiconductors, and superconductors. This interdisciplinary approach allows for a deeper understanding of the underlying chemical and physical processes that govern the behavior of materials at the atomic and molecular level, and has applications in fields such as materials science, nanotechnology, and renewable energy.
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Hello Everyone!
I'm Federico, a chemistry student from Italy. More specifically, I'm attending my master degree in chemical sciences with a theoretical/computational chemistry curriculum, oriented to solid state physics.

Thank you for the opportunity of being here.
 
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Hello and :welcome:!

I hope you will have fun! Stay curious!
 
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