Within the framework of the Walecka model (QHD-I) the renormalized effective Dirac equation and the kinetic equation for fermion are presented. In fact, the fermion propagator in the medium is dramatically different from that in the vacuum. The main feature is the treating of the fermion distribution in non equilibrium, which depends on the interaction rate involving temperature.
The nonlinear absorption of a strong electromagnetic wave caused by confined electrons in cylindrical quantum wires is theoretically studied by using the quantum kinetic equation for electrons. The problem is considered in the case electron-acoustic phonon scattering. Analytic expressions for the dependence of the nonlinear absorption coefficient of a strong electromagnetic wave by confined electrons in rectangular quantum wires on the temperature T are obtained.
(BQ) Part 2 book "A guide to molecular mechanics and quantum chemical calculations" has contents: Obtaining and interpreting atomic charges; kinetically controlled reactions, applications of graphical models, obtaining and using transition state geometries.
If the text you're using for general chemistry seems to lack sufficient mathematics and physics in its presentation of classical mechanics, molecular structure, and statistics, this complementary science series title may be just what you're looking for. Written for the advanced lower-division undergraduate chemistry course, The Physical Basis of Chemistry, Second Edition, offers students an opportunity to understand and enrich the understanding of physical chemistry with some quantum mechanics, the Boltzmann distribution, and spectroscopy.
This book is intended as a companion to Thermodynamics and Kinetics for the
Biological Sciences, published in 2000.These two books are based on a course
that has been given to ﬁrst-year graduate students in the biological sciences
at Duke University.These students typically do not have a strong background
in mathematics and have not taken a course in physical chemistry. The
intent of both volumes is to introduce the concepts of physical chemistry that
are of particular interest to biologists with a minimum of mathematics.
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Theory and simulation of photogeneration and transport in Si-SiOx superlattice absorbers
Abstract Si-SiOx superlattices are among the candidates that have been proposed as high band gap absorber material in allSi tandem solar cell devices. Owing to the large potential barriers for photoexited charge carriers, transport in these devices is restricted to quantum-confined superlattice states.
The parametric transformation of acoustic and optical phonons in doped superlattices is theoretically studied by using a set of quantum kinetic equations for the phonons. The analytic expression of parametric transformation coefficient of acoustic and optical phonons in doped superlattices is obtained, that depends non-linear on the concentration of impurities. Numerical computations of theoretical results and graph are performed for GaAs:Si/GaAs:Be doped superlattices
Kinetic experiments with a substrate series of phenylacetyl-arylamides reveal that at least one polar group in the amine
moiety is required for the proper orientation of the substrate
in the large nucleophile-binding subsite of penicillin acylase
ofEscherichia coli. Quantum mechanical molecular model-ling of enzyme–substrate interactions in the enzyme active
site shows that in the case of substrates lacking local sym-metry, the productive binding implies two nonsymmetrical
arrangements with respect to the two positively charged
guanidinium residues of ArgA145 and ArgB263....
Most colleges and universities now have courses and degree programs related to
materials science. Materials Chemistry addresses inorganic, organic, and nanobased
materials from a structure vs. property treatment, providing a suitable breadth
and depth coverage of the rapidly evolving materials field in a concise format.
This special volume is published to mark the Centenary of the founding of the Faraday Society in
1903. It consists of 23 papers re-printed from Faraday journals-the Transactions, General
Discussions and Symposia-that have been published over the past 100 years. Each article has been
selected by an expert in one of the many scientific fields, bounded by chemistry, physics and biology,
which the Faraday Society and its successor the RSC Faraday Division seek to promote. Each paper is
Chemical doping nitrogen in to TiO2 crystal network by methods of sol-gel and impregnation was presented. The obtained nitrogen-doped TiO2 materials were characterized by different techniques such as XRD, SEM, UV-VIS. It was shown that samples have very uniform nano size, anatas structure and low level of band-gap energy (Ebg ~ 2.2 eV, ~ 500 - 600 nm). Their activity and kinetic were also studied and the results proved that in comparison with P25, the obtained nitrogen-doped TiO2 had higher activity and photo-quantum efficiency in organic disintegrated reaction under solar radiation.