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eBook Electric Polarizability and Hyperpolarizability. Theory and Experiment.: A User's Handbook ePub

eBook Electric Polarizability and Hyperpolarizability. Theory and Experiment.: A User's Handbook ePub

by Uwe Hohm,George Maroulis

  • ISBN: 1402097786
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Uwe Hohm,George Maroulis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition. edition (July 26, 2013)
  • Pages: 500
  • ePub book: 1329 kb
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Polarizability: A User 's Handbook is intended to be a guide for all scientists active in this and related fields. The range of applications of electric polarizabilities and s has dramatically expanded in recent years.

Polarizability: A User 's Handbook is intended to be a guide for all scientists active in this and related fields. The design of molecules with specific characteristics relies strongly on reliable determinations of the molecular hyperpolarizability.

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We have obtained accurate static electric polarizabilities and s for the sodium atom

We have obtained accurate static electric polarizabilities and s for the sodium atom. Relying on finite-field coupled-cluster (CC) calculations with large, systematically optimized basis sets of Gaussian-type functions we report values of 16. 6 e2a02Eh−1 for the dipole polarizability α, 1915.

We have applied this method to study the electronic part of the molecular polarizability of water in ice Ih and liquid water. between theory and experiment.

Thesis, Dissertation. We have applied this method to study the electronic part of the molecular polarizability of water in ice Ih and liquid water. To date, molecular dynamics simulations of the CTTS process have relied on a single-electron description of the atomic anion-only the electron involved in the charge transfer has been treated quantum mechanically, and the electronic structure ofmore the atomic solute has been treated via pseudopotentials.

Calculating both Polarizability and the Hyperpolarizability in Gaussian is actually very easy and straightforward

Calculating both Polarizability and the Hyperpolarizability in Gaussian is actually very easy and straightforward. However, interpreting the results requires a deeper understanding of the underlying physics of such phenomena. Herein I will try to describe the most common procedures for calculating both quantities in Gaussian09 and the way to interpret the results; if possible I will also try to address some of the most usual problems associated with their calculation.

Electric polarizability and hyperpolarizability of carbon monoxide. s and polarizabilities of neon: Discrepancy between theory and experiment. The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (32), 13466-13473, 1996. G Maroulis, AJ Thakkar. Chemical physics letters 156 (1), 87-90, 1989.

Electric Polarizability and Hyperpolarizability. Theory and Experiment : A User's Handbook. The range of applications of electric polarizabilities and s has dramatically expanded in years

Electric Polarizability and Hyperpolarizability. by George Maroulis and Uwe Hohm. The range of applications of electric polarizabilities and s has dramatically expanded in years. The main reason lies in the central importance of the theory of electric polarizability to major tools as Raman spectroscopy. This handbook evaluates and presents the data for large classes of systems, including atoms and molecules.

Автор: George Maroulis; Uwe Hohm Название: Electric Polarizability and Hyperpolarizability. Описание: This book provides a thorough and comprehensive introduction to the physics of molecules and clusters in intense laser fields. Topics covered include coherent control, diatomic and polyatomic molecules, and femtosecond pulse production and diagnostics.

Electric Dipole Polarizability of As4, a Challenging Problem for Both Experiment and Theory. We report conventional ab initio and B3LYP/DFT calculations for the static electric (hyper)polarizability of small CdS clusters. Uwe Hohm, Dirk Goebel, Panaghiotis Karamanis, George Maroulis. Our results indicate a strong reduction of the (per atom) mean dipol. More).

Irreducible tensors First hyperpolarizability Second hyperpolarizability Collision-induced phenomena. I would like to thank very much George Maroulis for many illuminating discussions. Download to read the full article text.

The Handbook is intended to be a guide (a guide for the perplexed) for all scientists active in fields related to the above topic. The range of applications of electric polarizabilities and hyperpolarizabilities has dramatically expanded in recent years. Very active fields where the theory of electric polarizability is of primary importance include:

- Nonlinear Optics and the search for new materials with potential applications in Molecular Electronics and Optoelectronics. The design of molecules with specific characteristics relies strongly on reliable determinations of the molecular hyperpolarizability.

- Simulation Studies. In this rapidly expanding field the use of very accurate polarizability and hyperpolarizability values is a key factor to the success of the simulation. Scientists are always seeking reliable data for their studies. The absence of any systematic presentation of such data constitutes a major problem, as readily evidenced in all related publications that have appeared recently in major journals. The Handbook will provide recommended values for a very large number of systems of interest. A Database of such values will be an essential part of this endeavour.

- Spectroscopy. This represents a very wide spectrum of activities relevant to fields that rangefrom Atmospheric Chemistry to Surface Science. The main reason lies in the central importance of the theory of electric polarizability to major tools as Raman spectroscopy. Scientisis active in Collision- and Interaction induced Spectroscopy lean heavily on the available polarizability mid hyperpolarizability values for the systems involved in such studies.

It should be emphasised that the Handbook will not include extensive presentations of theoretical or experimental methods. Such treatments are easily found in specialised textbooks. Emphasis will be given to the presentation of fields of application and the emerging new ideas. The most important part of the Handbook will be the critical evaluation of the available data and the systematic presentation of the reliable data for large classes of systems, including atoms and almost all currently of interest molecules, in such a way that they will be readily accessible for potential applications.

Primary audience for the work: Scientist at all levels: Researchers, Graduate Students,

Undergraduate Students active in a wide spectrum of fields. These fields include Computational Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Simulation Studies, Molecular Physics. Nonlinear Optics and Materials Science.

Secondary market: The book will contain material relevant to various other fields as Medicinal Chemistry, Environmental Physics and Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry. Scientists active in these fields are always interested in obtaining accurate polarizability values for use in various applications.