Advances in Chemical Physics

Advances in Chemical Physics

Volume 150

eBook - 2012
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The Advances in Chemical Physics series--the cutting edge ofresearch in chemical physics

The Advances in Chemical Physics series provides the chemicalphysics and physical chemistry fields with a forum for critical,authoritative evaluations of advances in every area of thediscipline. Filled with cutting-edge research reported in acohesive manner not found elsewhere in the literature, each volumeof the Advances in Chemical Physics series presents contributionsfrom internationally renowned chemists and serves as the perfectsupplement to any advanced graduate class devoted to the study ofchemical physics.

This volume explores:

Multidimensional Incoherent Time-Resolved Spectroscopy andComplex Kinetics (Mark A. Berg)

Complex Multiconfigurational Self-Consistent Field-Based Methodsto Investigate Electron-Atom/Molecule Scattering Resonances (KousikSamanta and Danny L. Yeager)

Determination of Molecular Orientational Correlations inDisordered Systems from Diffraction Data (Szilvia Pothoczki,László Temleitner, and László Pusztai)

Recent Advances in Studying Mechanical Properties of DNA (RezaVafabakhsh, Kyung Suk Lee, and Taekjip Ha)

Viscoelastic Subdiffusion: Generalized Langevin EquationApproach (Igor Goychuk)

Efficient and Unbiased Sampling of Biomolecular Systems in theCanonical Ensemble: A Review of Self-Guided Langevin Dynamics(Xiongwu Wu, Ana Damjanovic, and Bernard R. Brooks)

Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2012.
ISBN: 9781118167847
9781118197721
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 362 pages)

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