The Advances in Chemical Physics series the cutting edge of research in chemical physics
The Advances in Chemical Physics series provides the chemical physics field with a forum for critical, authoritative evaluations of advances in every area of the discipline. Filled with cutting–edge research reported in a cohesive manner not found elsewhere in the literature, each volume of the Advances in Chemical Physics series serves as the perfect supplement to any advanced graduate class devoted to the study of chemical physics.
This volume explores:
Quantum Dynamical Resonances in Chemical Reactions: From A + BC to Polyatomic Systems (Kopin Liu)
The Multiscale Coarse–Graining Method (Lanyuan Lu and Gregory A. Voth)
Molecular Solvation Dynamics from Inelastic X–ray Scattering Measurements (R.H. Coridan and G.C.L. Wong)
Polymers Under Confinement (M. Muthukumar)
Computational Studies of the Properties of DNA–linked Nanomaterials (One–Sun Lee and George C. Schatz)
Nanopores: Single–Molecule Sensors of Nucleic Acid Based Complexes (Amit Meller)
From A + BC to Polyatomic SystemsBy Kopin Liu
The Multiscale Coarse–Graining Method 47By Lanyuan Lu and Gregory A. Voth
Molecular Solvation Dynamics from Inelastic 83
X–Ray Scattering MeasurementsBy R. H. Coridan and G. C. L. Wong
Polymers Under Confinement 129By M. Muthukumar
Computational Studies of the Properties of 197
DNA–Linked NanomaterialsBy One–Sun Lee and George C. Schatz
Nanopores: Single–Molecule Sensors of 251
Nucleic Acid–Based ComplexesBy Amit Meller
Author Index 269
Subject Index 283
Stuart A. Rice received his master′s and doctorate from Harvard University and was a junior fellow at Harvard for two years before joining the faculty of The University of Chicago in 1957, where he is currently the Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus.
Aaron R. Dinner received his bachelor′s degree and doctorate from Harvard University, after which he conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Oxford and the University of California, Berkeley. He joined the faculty at the University of Chicago in 2003.