Energy Landscapes

  • D. J. Wales
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Part of the Les Houches - Ecole d’Ete de Physique Theorique book series (LHSUMMER, volume 73)

Abstract

This overview of energy landscapes will focus on some rigorous properties of potential energy surfaces (PES’s), especially the symmetry properties of steepest-descent paths, and on thermodynamics and cluster simulation. More detail concerning topics such as visualisation of global PES’s and master equation dynamics may be found in a complementary review [1]. The present notes will also touch upon the Born—Oppenheimer approximation [2], tunnelling and global optimisation, but in rather less detail.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. J. Wales
    • 1
  1. 1.University Chemical LaboratoriesCambridgeUK

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