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Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States

Methods and Applications

González, Leticia / Lindh, Roland (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage Dezember 2020
688 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-41775-0
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An introduction to the rapidly evolving methodology of electronic excited states

For academic researchers, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students, Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States: Methods and Applications reports the most updated and accurate theoretical techniques to treat electronic excited states. From methods to deal with stationary calculations through time-dependent simulations of molecular systems, this book serves as a guide for beginners in the field and knowledge seekers alike. Taking into account the most recent theory developments and representative applications, it also covers the often-overlooked gap between theoretical and computational chemistry.

An excellent reference for both researchers and students, Excited States provides essential knowledge on quantum chemistry, an in-depth overview of the latest developments, and theoretical techniques around the properties and nonadiabatic dynamics of chemical systems.

Readers will learn:

* Essential theoretical techniques to describe the properties and dynamics of chemical systems

* Electronic Structure methods for stationary calculations

* Methods for electronic excited states from both a quantum chemical and time-dependent point of view

* A breakdown of the most recent developments in the past 30 years

For those searching for a better understanding of excited states as they relate to chemistry, biochemistry, industrial chemistry, and beyond, Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States provides a solid education in the necessary foundations and important theories of excited states in photochemistry and ultrafast phenomena.

Professor Leticia González teaches at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Vienna, Austria. She is a theoretical chemist world-known for her work on molecular excited states and ultrafast dynamics simulations. Besides publishing over 250 papers and several reviews on excited states and dynamics, she has developed the SHARC program package to simulate non-adiabatic dynamics.

Professor Roland Lindh currently teaches at Uppsala University, Sweden. He is a member of the editorial board of International Journal of Quantum Chemistry and the MOLCAS quantum chemistry program project. He co-authored the book "Multiconfigurational Quantum Chemistry" and is an expert on method development for multiconfigurational wave function theory.