Host-guest interactions can be modelled as a non-bonding recognition process using long-range electrostatic forces. By using molecular isopotential maps the differences between the methotrexate-dihydrofolate reductase and folate-dihydrofolate reductase complexes can be predicted. By extending the technique to molecule-molecule docking the interaction of formamide with the crown ether 18-crown-6 can be simulated with reasonable accuracy. The closely related problem of predicting the separation of enantiomers of chiral molecules by chromatography has been attempted with encouraging results. A preliminary report is presented on the progress being made towards a better model for simulating stacking arrangement of pi systems by charge distribution.