Chemical Dynamics in Condensed Phases Relaxation, Transfer, and Reactions in Condensed Molecular Systems

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  • Copyright: 2014-01-21
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Abraham Nitzan, Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University

Table of Contents

Part I: Background
1. Review of some mathematical and physical subjects
2. Quantum dynamics using the time-dependent Schrodinger equation
3. An overview of quantum electrodynamics and matter radiation-field interaction
4. Introduction to solids and their interfaces
5. Introduction to liquids
Part II: Methods
6. Time correlation functions
7. Introduction to stochastic processes
8. Stochastic equations of motion
9. Introduction to quantum relaxation processes
10. Quantum mechanical density operator
11. Linear response theory
12. The Spin-Boson Model
Part III: Applications
13. Vibrational energy relaxation
14. Chemical reactions in condensed phases
15. Solvation dynamics
16. Electron transfer processes
17. Electron transfer and transmission at molecule-metal and molecule-semiconductor interfaces
18. Spectroscopy

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