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Suhm, Martin
Suhm, Martin
Professor of Physical Chemistry, Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany
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Potential energy surfaces, quasiadiabatic channels, rovibrational spectra, and intramolecular dynamics of (HF)2 and its isotopomers from quantum Monte Carlo …
M Quack, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 95 (1), 28-59, 1991
3311991
Quantum Monte Carlo studies of vibrational states in molecules and clusters
MA Suhm, RO Watts
Physics Reports 204 (4), 293-329, 1991
3221991
Chirality recognition between neutral molecules in the gas phase
A Zehnacker, MA Suhm
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (37), 6970-6992, 2008
253*2008
FTIR-spectroscopy of molecular clusters in pulsed supersonic slit-jet expansions
T Häber, U Schmitt, MA Suhm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 1 (24), 5573-5582, 1999
2081999
A new six-dimensional analytical potential up to chemically significant energies for the electronic ground state of hydrogen peroxide
B Kuhn, TR Rizzo, D Luckhaus, M Quack, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 111 (6), 2565-2587, 1999
2071999
Hydrogen-bonded OH stretching modes of methanol clusters: A combined IR and Raman isotopomer study
RW Larsen, P Zielke, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 126 (19), 2007
1982007
HF dimer: Empirically refined analytical potential energy and dipole hypersurfaces from ab initio calculations
W Klopper, M Quack, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 108 (24), 10096-10115, 1998
1861998
Benchmarking quantum chemical methods: Are we heading in the right direction?
RA Mata, MA Suhm
Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) 56 (37), 11011, 2017
1582017
A monomers-in-dimers model for carboxylic acid dimers
C Emmeluth, MA Suhm, D Luckhaus
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (5), 2242-2255, 2003
1492003
The last globally stable extended alkane
NOB Lüttschwager, TN Wassermann, RA Mata, MA Suhm
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (1), 463-466, 2013
130*2013
Dipole moment function and equilibrium structure of methane in an analytical, anharmonic nine‐dimensional potential surface related to experimental rotational constants and …
H Hollenstein, RR Marquardt, M Quack, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 101 (5), 3588-3602, 1994
1301994
Ragout-jet FTIR spectroscopy of cluster isomerism and cluster dynamics: from carboxylic acid dimers to N 2 O nanoparticles
T Häber, U Schmitt, C Emmeluth, MA Suhm
Faraday Discussions 118, 331-359, 2001
1192001
A critical analysis of electronic density functionals for structural, energetic, dynamic, and magnetic properties of hydrogen fluoride clusters
C Maerker, PVR Schleyer, KR Liedl, TK Ha, M Quack, MA Suhm
Journal of computational chemistry 18 (14), 1695-1719, 1997
1021997
The Raman spectrum of isolated water clusters
KE Otto, Z Xue, P Zielke, MA Suhm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (21), 9849-9858, 2014
992014
Raman jet spectroscopy of formic acid dimers: low frequency vibrational dynamics and beyond
P Zielke, MA Suhm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 9 (32), 4528-4534, 2007
972007
A new ab initio based six-dimensional semi-empirical pair interaction potential for HF
W Klopper, M Quack, MA Suhm
Chemical physics letters 261 (1-2), 35-44, 1996
971996
Hydrogen bonding in 2-propanol. The effect of fluorination
H Schaal, T Häber, MA Suhm
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 104 (2), 265-274, 2000
942000
High resolution 1.3 μm overtone spectroscopy of HF dimer in a slit jet: Ka= 0← 0 and Ka= 1← 0 subbands of vacc= 2← 0
MA Suhm, JT Farrell, A McIlroy, DJ Nesbitt
The Journal of chemical physics 97 (8), 5341-5354, 1992
941992
Acidic protons before take-off: A comparative jet Fourier transform infrared study of small HCl–and HBr–solvent complexes
M Fárnı́k, M Weimann, MA Suhm
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (22), 10120-10136, 2003
922003
A first glimpse at the acidic proton vibrations in HCl–water clusters via supersonic jet FTIR spectroscopy
M Weimann, M Fárník, MA Suhm
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 4 (16), 3933-3937, 2002
922002
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