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ตัวอย่างโจทย์การคำนวณเพื่องานการเกษตร(ปุ๋ย) - (Nov 20 workshop for researchers)
(applicable to agriculture): understanding the reaction mechanisms of the nitrogen-fixing enzyme nitrogenase. In order for nitrogen to be used by plants, it must be fixed, which involves taking molecular nitrogen (N2, intert due to a very tight triple bond) and convert it to something like ammonia (NH3, three looser single bonds) that can be used as fertilizer. Currently the only industrial-scale method for doing this is the Haber-Bosch process, which is very energy intensive, while the nitrogenase reaction is not. However, at the heart of nitrogenase is a compound (called the FeMoco complex) that is relatively simple, yet defies simulation by classical computers due to the poor scaling behavior molecular problems have due to their fundamental quantum processes. One major goal in quantum chemistry is to use a quantum computer to understand the FeMoco process/nitrogenase reaction so that Thailand (and the world!) would benefit energy-efficient fertilizer production.