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State-to-state chemistry: Anab initio approach

  • N. Sathyamurthy
Theoretical Chemistry
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Abstract

It has become possible in recent years to compute state-to-state reaction crosssections and rate constants from first principles for a few elementary chemical reactions and for a few energy transfer processes. We illustrate the state-of-the art using examples of results obtained from our own laboratory.

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State-to-state reaction reactive scattering inelastic scattering atom-diatom collisions 

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  • N. Sathyamurthy
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryIndian Institute of TechnologyKanpurIndia

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