6 edition of Semiclassical theories of molecular scattering found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Series||Springer series in chemical physics ;, 26, Springer series in chemical physics ;, v. 26.|
|LC Classifications||QC794.6.S3 E9 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||83014448|
Semiclassical gravity is the approximation to the theory of quantum gravity in which one treats matter fields as being quantum and the gravitational field as being classical.. In semiclassical gravity, matter is represented by quantum matter fields that propagate according to the theory of quantum fields in curved spacetime in which the fields propagate is classical . The second half of the book applies this approach to various kinds of spectroscopy, such as molecular spectroscopy and electron imaging and quantum dynamical systems with an emphasis on tunneling. Adopting a distinctly time-dependent viewpoint, Heller argues for semiclassical theories from experimental and theoretical vantage points valuable to.
Molecular Rydberg states have many unusual properties, lending themselves to a diverse range of experimental applications. This book is designed to unravel the mysteries of molecular Rydberg states that lie beyond the scope of accepted spectroscopic theories. It is the first single-authored text to focus on the application of multi-channel quantum defect theory (MQDT) and . Kupte si knihu Semiclassical Theories of Molecular Scattering: Eu, Byung Chan: za nejlepší cenu se slevou. Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR.
Electron Dynamics in Molecular Interactions aims at a synoptic presentation of some very recent theoretical efforts to solve the electronic problem in quantum molecular dynamics, contrasting them with more traditional schemes. The presented models are derived from their roots in basic quantum theory, their interrelations are discussed, and. Semiclassical Transition State Theory (SCTST), a method for calculating rate constants of chemical reactions, offers gains in computational efficiency relative to .
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Semiclassical Theories of Molecular Scattering (Springer Series in Chemical Physics) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition. by Byung Eu (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Byung Eu. The study of molecular collisions at energies from less than about eV 3 down to a few eV, which is roughly the range of chemical interest, has greatly expanded in the last 10 to 20 years.
As in many fields, this activity has been stimulated by parallel advances in theory which have triggered the autocatalytic positive feedback system of.
Semiclassical theories of molecular scattering. [B C Eu] Coupled-State Approach.- Primitive Adiabatic WKB Wave Functions.- The Uniform Semiclassical Method.- The Semiclassical Scattering Matrix Elements.- The Diabatic-Representation Approach.- 6.
Inelastic Scattering: Time-Dependent Approach.- Canonical and Unitary. Semiclassical theories of molecular scattering. [Byung Chan Eu] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Byung Chan Eu. Find more information about Coupled-State Approach.- Primitive Adiabatic WKB Wave Functions.- The Uniform Semiclassical Method.- The Semiclassical Scattering Matrix Elements.- The Diabatic-Representation.
The study of molecular collisions at energies from less than about eV 3 down to a few eV, which is roughly the range of chemical interest, has greatly expanded in the last 10 to 20 years. As in many fields, this activity has been stimulated by parallel advances in theory which have.
The second half of the book applies this approach to various kinds of spectroscopy, such as molecular spectroscopy and electron imaging and quantum dynamical systems with an emphasis on tunneling.
Adopting a distinctly time-dependent viewpoint, Heller argues for semiclassical theories from experimental and theoretical vantage points valuable to /5(4).
Derivations of the S matrix.- 3. Problems.- References.- Semiclassical Theory of Eletronically Non-Adiabatic Transitions in Molecular Collisions Processes.- 1.
Introductory concepts and tools.- 2. Specific theories and dynamical models.- 3. Miller-George theory of electronic transitions.- 4. Applications of the semiclassical S matrix.- : $ This book provides a detailed presentation of modern quantum theories for treating the reaction dynamics of small molecular systems.
Its main focus is on the recent development of successful quantum dynamics theories and computational methods for studying the molecular reactive scattering process, with specific applications given in detail for a number of benchmark 5/5(1).
Semiclassical Theories of Molecular Scattering. Semiclassical Theories of Scattering Theory of Atoms and Molecules. In: Semiclassical Theories of Molecular Scattering. Springer Series in Chemical Physics, vol Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on publisher Author: Byung Chan Eu.
Semiclassical Methods in Molecular Scattering and Spectroscopy by M. Child,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Errors in the semiclassical results can be sub- stantial depending on the magnitudes of both the initial and final rotational quantum numbers. In this note we examine the degree to which semiclassical scattering theories can be expected to give quantita- tive predictions for rotational transitions in molecular by: of all semiclassical methods of molecular scattering.
Second, it is able to predict quantum mechanically allowed transitions that are classically forbidden, contrary to CSMT. For ro-tationally inelastic collisions, Miller’s SCIVR S-matrix elements are given by Eq.
() in Ref for the planar rotor, and : L. Bonnet. Semiclassical Mechanics with Molecular Applications Book Summary: Semiclassical mechanics, which stems from the old quantum theory, has seen a remarkable revival in recent years as a physically intuitive and computationally accurate scheme for the interpretation of modern experiments.
The main text concentrates less on the mathematical foundations than on the. ELSEVIER 26 May Chemical Physics Letters () CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS New uniform semiclassical theory of resonance angular scattering for reactive molecular collisions D.
Sokolovski a'1, J.N.L. Connor a, George C. Schatz b a Department of Chemistry, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, UK b Department of Chemistry, Cited by: This book provides a detailed presentation of modern quantum theories for treating the reaction dynamics of small molecular systems.
Its main focus is on the recent development of successful quantum dynamics theories and computational methods for studying the molecular reactive scattering process. The S matrix is represented by sum-over-products of Bessel functions.
The connection between the semiclassical perturbation scattering theory and Born and eikonal approximations is noted. Examples are presented for electron and ion polar-molecular scattering, including quadruple and dipole interactions as well as couplings of angular momenta.
This book gives an updated and detailed presentation of modern quantum-mechanical treatments and practical computational methods for dynamical processes of small molecular systems. The main emphasis is on the recent development of successful theories and computational methods for the reactive scattering process.
such theories is violated at energies above the cuto L 1 due to the derivative self-interactions of the scalar eld. Instead it was suggested in [1, 5] that in such theories a trans-cuto scattering processes of two particles are dominated by low momentum transfer ˘r 1, where the length scale r (E) depends on the energy and r (E) ˛L.
Molecular Light Scattering and Optical Activity - by Laurence D. Barron September Molecular Light Scattering and Optical Activity. Molecular Light Scattering and Optical Activity The methods are based on theories developed in the s and s when the new Schrödinger–Heisenberg formulation of quantum mechanics was applied to Author: Laurence D.
Barron. The WKB approximation is developed for scattering of an atom by an ellipsoidal particle and elastic scattering cross sections are calculated by using the WKB phase shifts in the prolate spheroidal coordinates and uniform WKB approximations for angular spheroidal wave functions.
The calculation of cross sections requires the solution of an elliptic boundary condition and is Cited by: 4. This created an interest among chemists in scattering theory, the molecular level description of a bimolecular collision process.
Many other new and also powerful experimental techniques have evolved to supplement the molecular beam method, and the resulting wealth of new information about chemical dynamics has generated the present intense.In mathematics and physics, scattering theory is a framework for studying and understanding the scattering of waves and scattering corresponds to the collision and scattering of a wave with some material object, for instance sunlight scattered by rain drops to form a ring also includes the interaction of billiard balls on a table, the Rutherford .We propose a semiclassical approach to calculate multiparticle cross sections in scalar theories, which have been strongly argued to have the exponential form exp(λ−1F(λn, ϵ)) in the regime.