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 An exploration of the concepts, basic theories and applications of nonadiabatic transition. Nonadiabatic transition is a multidisciplinary concept and phenomenon, constituting a fundamental mechanism of state and phase changes in various dynamical processes of physics, chemistry and biology
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 eng
 eng
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 1 online resource (xi, 376 p. )
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 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Contents

 ch. 1. Introduction: what is "nonadiabatic transition"?
 ch. 2. Multidisciplinarity. 2.1. Physics. 2.2. Chemistry. 2.3. Biology. 2.4. Economics
 ch. 3. Historical survey of theoretical studies. 3.1. LandauZenerStueckelberg theory. 3.2. RosenZenerDemkov theory. 3.3. Nikitin's exponential model. 3.4. Nonadiabatic transition due to Coriolis coupling and dynamical state representation
 ch. 4. Background mathematics. 4.1. WentzelKramersBrillouin semiclassical theory. 4.2. Stokes phenomenon
 ch. 5. Basic twostate theory for timeindependent processes. 5.1. Exact solutions of the linear curve crossing problems. 5.2. Complete semiclassical solutions of general curve crossing problems. 5.3. Noncurvecrossing case. 5.4. Exponential potential model. 5.5. Mathematical implications
 ch. 6. Basic twostate theory for timedependent processes. 6.1. Exact solution of quadratic potential problem. 6.2. Semiclassical solution in general case. 6.3. Other exactly solvable models
 ch. 7. Twostate problems. 7.1. Diagrammatic technique. 7.2. Inelastic scattering. 7.3. Elastic scattering with resonances and predissociation. 7.4. Perturbed bound states. 7.5. Timedependent periodic crossing problems
 ch. 8. Effects of dissipation and fluctuation
 ch. 9. Multichannel problems. 9.1. Exactly solvable models. 9.2. Semiclassical theory of timeindependent multichannel problems. 9.3. Timedependent problems
 ch. 10. Multidimensional problems. 10.1. Classification of surface crossing. 10.2. Reduction to onedimensional multichannel problem. 10.3. Semiclassical propagation method
 ch. 11. Complete reflection and bound states in the continuum. 11.1. One NTtype crossing case. 11.2. Diabatically avoided crossing (DAC) case. 11.3. Two NTtype crossings case
 ch. 12. New mechanism of molecular switching. 12.1. Basic idea. 12.2. Onedimensional model. 12.3. Twodimensional model. 12.4. Numerical examples
 ch. 13. Control of nonadiabatic processes by an external field. 13.1. Control of nonadiabatic transitions by periodically sweeping external field. 13.2. Basic theory. 13.3. Numerical examples. 13.4. Laser control of photodissociation with use of the complete reflection phenomenon
 ch. 14. Conclusions: future perspectives
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 9789812778406
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 Nonadiabatic transition : concepts, basic theories and applications
 Title
 Nonadiabatic transition
 Title remainder
 concepts, basic theories and applications
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 by Hiroki Nakamura
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 An exploration of the concepts, basic theories and applications of nonadiabatic transition. Nonadiabatic transition is a multidisciplinary concept and phenomenon, constituting a fundamental mechanism of state and phase changes in various dynamical processes of physics, chemistry and biology
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 Nakamura, Hiroki
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 530.474
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 English
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 QC173
 LC item number
 .N35 2002
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 non fiction
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 Charge exchange
 Phase transformations (Statistical physics)
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 Nonadiabatic transition is a highly multidisciplinary concept and phenomenon, constituting a fundamental mechanism of state and phase changes in various dynamical processes of physics, chemistry and biology, such as molecular dynamics, energy relaxation, chemical reaction, and electron and proton transfer. Control of molecular processes by laser fields is also an example of timedependent nonadiabatic transition. Thus, nonadiabatic transition represents one of the very basic mechanisms of the mutability of the world. This work has been written because the complete analytical solutions to the basic problem have recently been formulated by the author
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 Nonadiabatic transition : concepts, basic theories and applications, by Hiroki Nakamura, (electronic resource)
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 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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 Includes bibliographical references (p. 361370) and index
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 ch. 1. Introduction: what is "nonadiabatic transition"?  ch. 2. Multidisciplinarity. 2.1. Physics. 2.2. Chemistry. 2.3. Biology. 2.4. Economics  ch. 3. Historical survey of theoretical studies. 3.1. LandauZenerStueckelberg theory. 3.2. RosenZenerDemkov theory. 3.3. Nikitin's exponential model. 3.4. Nonadiabatic transition due to Coriolis coupling and dynamical state representation  ch. 4. Background mathematics. 4.1. WentzelKramersBrillouin semiclassical theory. 4.2. Stokes phenomenon  ch. 5. Basic twostate theory for timeindependent processes. 5.1. Exact solutions of the linear curve crossing problems. 5.2. Complete semiclassical solutions of general curve crossing problems. 5.3. Noncurvecrossing case. 5.4. Exponential potential model. 5.5. Mathematical implications  ch. 6. Basic twostate theory for timedependent processes. 6.1. Exact solution of quadratic potential problem. 6.2. Semiclassical solution in general case. 6.3. Other exactly solvable models  ch. 7. Twostate problems. 7.1. Diagrammatic technique. 7.2. Inelastic scattering. 7.3. Elastic scattering with resonances and predissociation. 7.4. Perturbed bound states. 7.5. Timedependent periodic crossing problems  ch. 8. Effects of dissipation and fluctuation  ch. 9. Multichannel problems. 9.1. Exactly solvable models. 9.2. Semiclassical theory of timeindependent multichannel problems. 9.3. Timedependent problems  ch. 10. Multidimensional problems. 10.1. Classification of surface crossing. 10.2. Reduction to onedimensional multichannel problem. 10.3. Semiclassical propagation method  ch. 11. Complete reflection and bound states in the continuum. 11.1. One NTtype crossing case. 11.2. Diabatically avoided crossing (DAC) case. 11.3. Two NTtype crossings case  ch. 12. New mechanism of molecular switching. 12.1. Basic idea. 12.2. Onedimensional model. 12.3. Twodimensional model. 12.4. Numerical examples  ch. 13. Control of nonadiabatic processes by an external field. 13.1. Control of nonadiabatic transitions by periodically sweeping external field. 13.2. Basic theory. 13.3. Numerical examples. 13.4. Laser control of photodissociation with use of the complete reflection phenomenon  ch. 14. Conclusions: future perspectives
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 9789812778406
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 Nonadiabatic transition : concepts, basic theories and applications, by Hiroki Nakamura, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 361370) and index
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 online resource
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 text
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 Contents
 ch. 1. Introduction: what is "nonadiabatic transition"?  ch. 2. Multidisciplinarity. 2.1. Physics. 2.2. Chemistry. 2.3. Biology. 2.4. Economics  ch. 3. Historical survey of theoretical studies. 3.1. LandauZenerStueckelberg theory. 3.2. RosenZenerDemkov theory. 3.3. Nikitin's exponential model. 3.4. Nonadiabatic transition due to Coriolis coupling and dynamical state representation  ch. 4. Background mathematics. 4.1. WentzelKramersBrillouin semiclassical theory. 4.2. Stokes phenomenon  ch. 5. Basic twostate theory for timeindependent processes. 5.1. Exact solutions of the linear curve crossing problems. 5.2. Complete semiclassical solutions of general curve crossing problems. 5.3. Noncurvecrossing case. 5.4. Exponential potential model. 5.5. Mathematical implications  ch. 6. Basic twostate theory for timedependent processes. 6.1. Exact solution of quadratic potential problem. 6.2. Semiclassical solution in general case. 6.3. Other exactly solvable models  ch. 7. Twostate problems. 7.1. Diagrammatic technique. 7.2. Inelastic scattering. 7.3. Elastic scattering with resonances and predissociation. 7.4. Perturbed bound states. 7.5. Timedependent periodic crossing problems  ch. 8. Effects of dissipation and fluctuation  ch. 9. Multichannel problems. 9.1. Exactly solvable models. 9.2. Semiclassical theory of timeindependent multichannel problems. 9.3. Timedependent problems  ch. 10. Multidimensional problems. 10.1. Classification of surface crossing. 10.2. Reduction to onedimensional multichannel problem. 10.3. Semiclassical propagation method  ch. 11. Complete reflection and bound states in the continuum. 11.1. One NTtype crossing case. 11.2. Diabatically avoided crossing (DAC) case. 11.3. Two NTtype crossings case  ch. 12. New mechanism of molecular switching. 12.1. Basic idea. 12.2. Onedimensional model. 12.3. Twodimensional model. 12.4. Numerical examples  ch. 13. Control of nonadiabatic processes by an external field. 13.1. Control of nonadiabatic transitions by periodically sweeping external field. 13.2. Basic theory. 13.3. Numerical examples. 13.4. Laser control of photodissociation with use of the complete reflection phenomenon  ch. 14. Conclusions: future perspectives
 Extent
 1 online resource (xi, 376 p. )
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9789812778406
 Media category
 computer
 Media type code

 c
 Other physical details
 ill.
 Reproduction note
 Electronic reproduction.
 Specific material designation
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