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Spectro-Comp: DFT, Docking & Pharma Organic Compounds Analysis is a comprehensive book written by P. Manjusha that delves into the use of spectroscopic and computational techniques for the analysis of pharmaceutical organic compounds.
The book provides an in-depth analysis of various spectroscopic techniques such as UV-Vis, IR, NMR, and mass spectroscopy, and explains how they can be effectively used for the characterization of pharmaceutical compounds. Additionally, the book explores the use of computational techniques such as Density Functional Theory (DFT) and molecular docking for the study of these compounds.
P. Manjusha presents a range of case studies and practical examples to demonstrate the application of these techniques in the Pharmaceutical industry. The book also includes a detailed discussion on the limitations and challenges of these techniques and suggests ways to overcome them.
The book is aimed at students, researchers, and professionals in the fields of chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and related disciplines. It provides a comprehensive guide for the effective use of spectroscopic and computational techniques for the characterization and analysis of pharmaceutical organic compounds. Overall, Spectro-Comp: DFT, Docking & Pharma Organic Compounds Analysis is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the analysis of pharmaceutical compounds and their applications in the pharmaceutical industry.