Proceedings of the March 1993 workshop on Comparative Study of Current Methodologies in Electron-Molecule Scattering. Sections organized by method, such as the complex Kohn variational method and the Schwinger variational method, cover the time-independent ab inito methods for low-energy electron-molecule collisions, and demonstrate how these methods are implemented in actual computations. Assumes a general background in scattering theory. Appropriate as an introduction to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers new to the field. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The Complex Kohn Variational Method: The Complex Kohn Variational Method; T.N. Rescigno, et al. The Linear Algebraic Method: The Linear Algebraic Method for Electron-Molecule Collisions; L.A. Collins, B.I. Schneider. The Multichannel Quantum Defect Method: Analysis of Dissociative Recombination of Electrons with ArXe+ Using ArXe* Calculations; A.P. Hickman, et al. Method Based on Singlecenter Expansion of the Target: Electronscattering from Polyatomic Molecules Using a Singlecenterexpansion Formulation; F.A. Gianturco, et al. Rotational and Vibrational Close Coupling: How to Calculate Rotational and Vibrational Cross Sections for Lowenergy Electron Scattering from Diatomic Molecules Using Closecoupling Techniques; M.A. Morrison, W. Sun. The Partial Differential Equation Method: The (Noniterative) Partial Differential Equation Method: Application to Electron-Molecule Scattering; A. Temkin, C.A. Weatherford. The RMatrix Method: An RMatrix Approach to Electron-Molecule Collisions; B.I. Schneider. The Schwinger Variational Method: The Schwinger Variational Method; W.M. Huo. 7 additional articles. Index.
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