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This work is a fitting tribute to the late Gert Billing. His abundant energy, evident on every page of this book, will surely be greatly missed.

This work is a fitting tribute to the late Gert Billing. Randall S. Dumont Journal of the American Chemical Society. Gert D. Billing is at University of Copenhagen.

This book describes mixed classical and quantum theories of dynamical processes with a particular emphasis on molecular collisions. Purely quantum or purely classical approaches are inadequate for many systems. The quantum classical theory is important to conduct practical calculations involving reactions and dynamics of molecules in the gas phase, in solution, and on surfaces. This book presents not only the theoretical background but also the actual working equations in great detail. It will meet the needs of a growing number of chemists today who are interested in theoretical simulation.

Over a period of fifty years, the quantum-classical or semi-classical theories have been . This book gives an overview of quantum-classical methods that are currently used for a theoretical description of these molecular processes.

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We discuss some particular constructions for several small values of n. We also study the classical counterpart of this model where n bits are encoded into 1 bit instead of 1 qubit and SR is used. We give an optimal construction for such codes and find their success probability exactly-it is less than in the quantum case.

Billing, Gert D. The quantum classical theory, Gert D. These latter theories have been extensively covered in the two books by Professor M. S. Child, Molecular Collision Theory (1974) and Semiclassical Mechanics with Molecular Applications (1991)

Billing, Gert D. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-19-514619-0 1. Quantum chemistry. Child, Molecular Collision Theory (1974) and Semiclassical Mechanics with Molecular Applications (1991). Today the theory can be derived from rst principles and extended to cover a large range of molecular processes.

Over a period of fifty years, the quantum-classical or semi-classical theories have been among the most popular for calculations of rates and cross sections for many dynamical processes: energy .

Over a period of fifty years, the quantum-classical or semi-classical theories have been among the most popular for calculations of rates and cross sections for many dynamical processes: energy transfer, chemical reactions, photodissociation, surface dynamics, reactions in clusters and solutions, et. Abbreviations 1. Introduction 2. Rigorous theories 3. Approximate theories 4. Second quantization 5. More complex systems 6. Conclusion Appendices Bibliography Index.

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Theoretical foundations of Quantum-classical theories to incorporate quantum effects in molecular dynamics calculations are discussed to give a more solid ground for their applications to many. Part of the Lecture Notes in Chemistry book series (LNC, volume 75). Abstract. Theoretical foundations of Quantum-classical theories to incorporate quantum effects in molecular dynamics calculations are discussed to give a more solid ground for their applications to many degrees of freedom study of chemical reactions.

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**Author:**Gert D. Billing

**ISBN:**0195146190

**Category:**Science & Math

**Subcategory:**Chemistry

**Language:**English

**Publisher:**Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 23, 2003)

**Pages:**256 pages