# Developing quantum circuits for specific quantum chemistry configurations

I am interested in learning more about the following: would it be possible for me to simulate a molecule consisting of copper ions through a quantum circuit?

And if so, can that circuit allow me to measure the decoherence time of that molecule?

I know it's an open-ended question, so any books, research papers, etc, would be much appreciated it.

The most recent paper from Google uses phase estimation performed on a quantum walk to simulate FeMoco. This simulation requires $$8 \times 10^{10}$$ Toffoli gates (best case) and about three million qubitweeks of state distillation (a 700x improvement over the previous approach).