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Theoretical methods in condensed phase chemistry [electronic resource] / edited by Steven D. Schwartz.

Edition:
1st ed. 2002.
Publication:
Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c2000.
Series:
Progress in theoretical chemistry and physics ; v. 5.
Progress in theoretical chemistry and physics ; v. 5
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (318 p.)
Subjects:
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical.
Condensed matter.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This book is meant to provide a window on the rapidly growing body of theoretical studies of condensed phase chemistry. A brief perusal of physical chemistry journals in the early to mid 1980’s will find a large number of theor- ical papers devoted to 3-body gas phase chemical reaction dynamics. The recent history of theoretical chemistry has seen an explosion of progress in the devel- ment of methods to study similar properties of systems with Avogadro’s number of particles. While the physical properties of condensed phase systems have long been principle targets of statistical mechanics, microscopic dynamic theories that start from detailed interaction potentials and build to first principles predictions of properties are now maturing at an extraordinary rate. The techniques in use range from classical studies of new Generalized Langevin Equations, semicl- sical studies for non-adiabatic chemical reactions in condensed phase, mixed quantum classical studies of biological systems, to fully quantum studies of m- els of condensed phase environments. These techniques have become sufficiently sophisticated, that theoretical prediction of behavior in actual condensed phase environments is now possible. and in some cases, theory is driving development in experiment. The authors and chapters in this book have been chosen to represent a wide variety in the current approaches to the theoretical chemistry of condensed phase systems. I have attempted a number of groupings of the chapters, but the - versity of the work always seems to frustrate entirely consistent grouping.
Contents:
Classical and Quantum Rate Theory for Condensed Phases
Feynman Path Centroid Dynamics
Proton Transfer in Condensed Phases: Beyond the Quantum Kramers Paradigm
Nonstationary Stochastic Dynamics and Applications to Chemical Physics
Orbital-Free Kinetic-Energy Density Functional Theory
Semiclassical Surface Hopping Methods for Nonadiabatic Transitions in Condensed Phases
Mechanistic Studies of Solvation Dynamics in Liquids
Theoretical Chemistry for Heterogeneous Reactions of Atmospheric Importance. The HC1+CIONO2 Reaction on Ice
Simulation of Chemical Reactions in Solution Using an AB Initio Molecular Orbital-Valence Bond Model
Methods for Finding Saddle Points and Minimum Energy Paths.
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Schwartz, Steven David.
ISBN:
1-280-20546-6
9786610205462
0-306-46949-9
OCLC:
70736479
Publisher Number:
10.1007/0-306-46949-9 doi
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