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Wave motion in molecular nanostructures: Results of computer experiments


The examples of computer experiments on the propagation of wave motion in molecular nanostructures are presented. Some patterns of energy transfer and dissipation inside the molecular structures are discussed.

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Original Russian Text Copyright © 2010 by L. A. Gribov and V. A. Dement’ev


Translated from Zhurnal Strukturnoi Khimii, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 331–336, March–April, 2010.

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Gribov, L.A., Dement’ev, V.A. Wave motion in molecular nanostructures: Results of computer experiments. J Struct Chem 51, 316–321 (2010).

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