Publications of Yair Litman

Journal Article (7)

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Y. Litman and M. Rossi: Multidimensional Hydrogen Tunneling in Supported Molecular Switches: The Role of Surface Interactions. Physical Review Letters 125 (21), 216001 (2020).
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Y. Litman, J. Behler and M. Rossi: Temperature dependence of the vibrational spectrum of porphycene: a qualitative failure of classical-nuclei molecular dynamics. Faraday Discussions 221, 526–546 (2020).
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V. Kapil, M. Rossi, O. Marsalek, R. Petraglia, Y. Litman, T. Spura, B. Cheng, A. Cuzzocrea, R.H. Meißner, D.M. Wilkins, B.A. Helfrecht, P. Juda, S.P. Bienvenue, W. Fang, J. Kessler, I. Poltavsky, S. Vandenbrande, J. Wieme, C. Corminboeuf, T.D. Kühne, D.E. Manolopoulos, T.E. Markland, J.O. Richardson, A. Tkatchenko, G.A. Tribello, V. Van Speybroeck and M. Ceriotti: i-PI 2.0: A universal force engine for advanced molecular simulations. Computer Physics Communications 236, 214–223 (2019).
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Y. Litman, J.O. Richardson, T. Kumagai and M. Rossi: Elucidating the Nuclear Quantum Dynamics of Intramolecular Double Hydrogen Transfer in Porphycene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (6), 2526–2534 (2019).
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Y. Litman, H.B. Rodríguez, S.E. Braslavsky and E. San Román: Photophysics of Xanthene Dyes at High Concentrations in Solid Environments: Charge Transfer Assisted Triplet Formation. Photochemistry and Photobiology 94 (5), 865–874 (2018).
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T. Kumagai, J. Ladenthin, Y. Litman, M. Rossi, L. Grill, S. Gawinkowski, J. Waluk and M. Persson: Quantum tunneling in real space: Tautomerization of single porphycene molecules on the (111) surface of Cu, Ag, and Au. The Journal of Chemical Physics 148 (10), 102330 (2018).
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Y. Litman, D. Donadio, M. Ceriotti and M. Rossi: Decisive role of nuclear quantum effects on surface mediated water dissociation at finite temperature. The Journal of Chemical Physics 148 (10), 102320 (2018).

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Y. Litman: Tunneling and Zero-Point Energy Effects in Multidimensional Hydrogen Transfer Reactions: From Gas Phase to Adsorption on Metal Surfaces. Freie Universität Berlin
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