TOPIC: Development and Application of Quantum Chemical Methods
Research Training Network: Electron and positron induced chemistry (EPIC).
IHRP, 5th Programme Training Network, No. HPRN-CT-2003- 00179- type: Marie (Sklodowska) Curie Actions., European Commission (associated contractor - project leader is affiliated with another institution)
2. Study electron and positron impact dissociation processes yielding reactive neutral, anionic and cationic species.
3. Study how such processes are modified in the different phases of matter (gases, clusters and on surfaces).
4. Probe new reaction processes initiated in denser phases of matter (e.g nucleophilic substitution).
Different molecular compounds have been selected to illustrate these processes: halogenated hydrocarbons and fluorocarbons; simple biomolecules (e.g. DNA and RNA bases) and water.
prof. RNDr. ČÁRSKY Petr, DrSc.
Department: Department of Theoretical Chemistry
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