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Quantum calculation of planar reactive and non-reactive collisions of H ₊ H2

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Published
**1971**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Roberta Pollack Saxon. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | Microfilm 40223 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Format | Microform |

Pagination | ix, 151 leaves |

Number of Pages | 151 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2162318M |

LC Control Number | 88893573 |

Quantum collision theory with phase-space distributions P. Carruthers Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico F. Zachariasen * California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California Quantum-mechanical phase-space distributions, introduced by Wigner in , provide an intuitive alterna. The boundary trajectories separating non-reactive, reactive, and dissociative bands of trajectories in atom—diatom collision-induced dissociation are defined. Trajectory calculations are reported for the collinear H + H 2 reaction which demonstrate how the boundary trajectories can be used to obtained information on the non-reactive, reactive.

Expectation Values Useful to relate the wavefunction to measurable quantities. In quantum mechanics the expectation value is: the expected result of the average of many measurements of a given quantity. The expectation value of x is denoted by. Conversely, for a single measurement the expectation value predicts the most probable outcome. Centre-of-mass separation in quantum mechanics: Implications for the many-body treatment in quantum chemistry and solid state physics Michal Svrček Abstract We address the question to what extent the centre-of-mass (COM) separation can change our view of the many-body problem in quantum chemistry and solid state physics.

Elucidating Reaction Mechanisms on Quantum Computers Markus Reiher,1 Nathan Wiebe, 2Krysta M. Svore, Dave Wecker,2 and Matthias Troyer3,2,4 1Laboratorium fur Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zurich, Valdimir-Prelog-Weg 2, Zurich, Switzerland 2Quantum Architectures and Computation Group, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA , USA 3Theoretische Physik and Station Q Zurich, ETH . ed a role in the development of quantum mechanics in general, and relativistic quantum mechanics in particular and how easy it was to misinterpret equations. Special relativi-ty anticipates relativistic quantum fie ld theory. Yet, quantum chemistry requires that the number of particles remains fixed, making subtle interpretation unavoidable.

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Box Takeshi Yamamoto and William H. Miller, Semiclassical calculation of thermal rate constants in full Cartesian space: The benchmark reaction D+H2→DH+H, The Journal of Chemical Physics,5. The force equation of quantum mechanics is deduced using the fact that the canonical variables q and p of Hamilton´s classical equations are independent.

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