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Quantum reactive scattering: The time independent approach. II Current methods and developments

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Chemistry book series (LNC, volume 77)

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The main approaches to time-independent quantum reactive scattering, linear algebraic variational approaches using Jacobi coordinates andpropagation methods using hyperspherical coordinates, are discussed in detail. Recent developments in computer implementations and applications are briefly outlined.

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Variational Principle Potential Energy Surface Reaction Probability Integral Cross Section Discrete Variable Representation 
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