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Atoms, molecules and clusters in electric fields : theoretical approaches to the calculation of electric polarizability / editor, George Maroulis.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2006
Imprint:
London : Imperial College Press ; Hackensack, NJ : distributed by World Scientific Publishing, c2006.
Format:
  • Book
  • xii, 679 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Atomic Static Dipole Polarizabilities (P Schwerdtfeger)-- First-Order ZPVA Correction to First Hyperpolarizabilities of Mono-Substituted Benzene Molecules (O Quinet, B Champagne & B Kirtman)-- Polarizability & Hyperpolarizability in Small Silicon Clusters (C Pouchan, D Y Zhang & D Begue)-- Theoretical Calculations of the Static Dipole Polarizability of Atoms and Small Atomic Clusters (P Fuentealba)-- Elongation Method for Polymers and Its Application to Nonlinear Optics (F L Gu, A Imamura & Y Aoki)-- Responses of Molecular Vibrations to Intermolecular Electrostatic Interactions and Their Effects on Vibrational Spectroscopic Features (H Torii)-- The (Hyper)Polarizabilities of Liquid Water Modelled Using Coupled Cluster/Molecular Mechanics Response Theory Methods (J Kongsted, A Osted, K V Mikkelsen & O Christiansen)-- The Discrete Solvent Reaction Field Model: A Quantum Mechanics/Molecular Mechanics Model for Calculating Nonlinear Optical Properties of Molecules in Condensed Phase (L Jensen & P Th van Duijnen)-- Extraordinary First Hyperpolarizabilities from Loosely Bound Electron in Dipole-Bound Anions: (HF)n- (n = 2, 3, 4) (D Wu , Z R Li, Y Li & C C Sun)-- Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Open-Shell and/or Charged Molecular Systems (M Nakano)-- Sequential Monte Carlo/Quantum Mechanics Study of the Dipole Polarizability of Atomic Liquids. The Argon Case (K Coutinho & S Canuto)-- High Order Polarizabilities from Optical Interaction-Induced Spectroscopy (T Bancewicz, Y Le Duff & J-L Godet)-- Polarizability Functions of Diatomic Molecules and Their Dimers (M A Buldakov & V N Cherepanov)-- Atomic Polarizabilities and Hyperpolarizabilities: A Critical Compilation (A J Thakkar & C Lupinetti)-- Polarizabilities of Few-Body Atomic and Molecular Systems (Z C Yan, J Y Zhang & Y Li)-- Nonlinear Optical Properties of Transition-Metal Clusters (K Wu)-- Interaction (Hyper)Polarizability in N2--He, CO2--He, H2O--He, (H2O)2--He and O3--He (G Maroulis & A Haskopoulos)-- Theoretical Studies on Polarizability of Alkali Metal Clusters (K R S Chandrakumar, Tapan K Ghanty & Swapan K Ghosh)-- Charge Distribution and Polarizabilities of Water Clusters (P Senet, M Yang & C van Alsenoy).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Publisher's Summary:
With the central importance of electric polarizability and hyperpolarizability for a wide spectrum of activities, this book charts the trends in the accurate theoretical determination of these properties in specialized fields. The contributions include reviews and original papers that extend from methodology to applications in specific areas of primary importance such as cluster science and organic synthesis of molecules with specific properties.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contributor:
Maroulis, George.
Series:
Series in computational, numerical, and mathematical methods in sciences and engineering ; v. 1.
Subjects:
ISBN:
1860946763
9781860946769

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