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Chapter 3

Potential-Energy and Free-Energy Surfaces

The benzene dimer is one of the most frequently studied non-covalent complexes and this reflects its importance in science. First, it is the prototype of complexes of aromatic systems or, in a broader sense of the π–π interactions. Such π–π interactions involving aromatic rings are important in mole...

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