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Self-Interaction of Polarons Addressed through the Piecewise Linearity Condition

The piecewise linearity condition is a property satisfied by the exact density functional and has been found to yield band gaps in accord with experiment [1,2] when imposed to hybrid functionals. [more]

Manoeuvring chemical reactions one degree of freedom at a time

The combined use of electric fields, magnetic fields and laser light affords us an ever-increasing level of control over the properties of atoms and molecules, enabling reactivity to be probed as a function of their various degrees of freedom1. Here, we discuss how electrostatic deflection2,3 can be employed to disentangle the reactivity of molecules in different rotational states4, or with different spatial orientation of their constituent atoms5. [more]

Workshop on “THz and SFG spectroscopy and related phenomena in Solid-State Physics and Surface Science"

Workshop on “THz and SFG spectroscopy and related phenomena in Solid-State Physics and Surface Science"

Investigating supercooled water with laser- and X-ray spectroscopy

Water exhibits a variety of anomalies, some of which are particularly pronounced in the supercooled region. Its specific properties and possible structural and dynamical origins have been extensively studied, leading to the still inconclusive theory that water may exist in two structural motifs at low temperatures. [more]

TH-Seminar: Prof. Christopher J. Stein

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MP Department Seminar by Achim Peters

MP Department Seminar by Richard A. Wilhelm

TH-Seminar: Prof. Julia Westermayr

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