Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001, X, 195 p.
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Methods in Reaction Dynamics is a collection of lectures given at the 1999 Mariapfarr Workshop in Theoretical Chemistry. Arranged as a series of detailed reviews, it provides an overview of quantum mechanical techniques used to describe and simulate the dynamics and kinetics of elementary chemical reactions. The volume provides in-depth discussions of selected topics in Theoretical Chemistry, such as quantum methods in theoretical and computational reaction dynamics and kinetics; time-dependent, time-independent and mixed quantum-classical techniques. Some of the topics have not been reviewed before in detail.