An electronic book in Quantum Physical Chemistry
Quantum Physical Chemsitry - Basic Quantum Mechanics for Process Description
by Orlando Tapia
(This is the final version of the book. Anyone will have access to the contents of our work for free. The book is available in pdf format, and is linked to each chapter separately, due to the size.)
State-Quantum-Chemistry Set in a Photonic Framework
Part of Advances in Quantum Chemistry, p. 227-251, 2017.
Quantum-matter photonic framework perspective of chemical processes: Entanglement shifts in HCN/CNH isomerization
Part of International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, p. 1490-1500, 2015.
Constructing quantum mechanical models from diabatic schemes: external field modulation of effective energy barriers for bond breaking/formation processes
Part of Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, p. 2395-2410, 2014.
Quantum photonic base states: concept and molecular modeling. Managing chemical process descriptions beyond semi-classic schemes
Part of Journal of Molecular Modeling, p. 2110-, 2014.
Constructing quantum mechanical models starting from diabatic schemes: Quantum states for simulations bond break/formation-I. Feshbach-like quantum states and electronuclear wave functions
Part of Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, p. 949-970, 2012.
Oxygenation of the phenylhalocarbenes: Are they spin-allowed or spin-forbidden reactions?
Part of Journal of Molecular Modeling, p. 2813-2821, 2012.
A Theoretical Study of Semiclassic Models: Toward a Quantum Mechanical Representation of Chemical Processes
Part of International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, p. 263-271, 2011.
Quantum States for Quantum Measurements
Part of ADVANCES IN QUANTUM CHEMISTRY, VOL. 61, p. 49-106, 2011.
Generalized electronic diabatic approach to structural similarity and the Hammond postulate
Part of International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, p. 382-395, 2007.
Can chemistry be derived from quantum mechanics? Chemical dynamics and structure
Part of Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, p. 637-669, 2006.
A quantum theory of chemical processes and reaction rates based on diabatic electronic functions coupled in an external field.
Part of Journal of Matematical Chemistry, p. 389-408, 2005.
A three-state model for electronic transitions represented in a generalized diabatic approach
Part of Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, p. 159-174, 2004.
Generalized Electronic Diabatic Ansatz: A Post-Born--Oppenheimer Approach to Electronuclear Dynamics in External Fields
Part of Advances in Quantum Chemistry, p. 275-291, 2004.
Generalized electronic diabatic scheme: Diagonalizing the electronic Hamiltonian for artificial molecular systems. How do molecular meccanos move?
Part of International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, p. 637-650, 2004.
Towards a quantum molecular measurement theory: Stern-Gerlach thought experiments at the interface of Hilbert and real spaces
Part of Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society, p. 113-, 2004.
Transition structures for hydride transfer reactions in vacuo and their role in enzyme catalysis
Part of Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM, p. 299-312, 1996.