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Gregory Parker
Gregory Parker
Chair and George Lynn Cross Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Oklahoma
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Quantum reactive scattering in three dimensions using hyperspherical (APH) coordinates. Theory
RT Pack, GA Parker
The Journal of chemical physics 87 (7), 3888-3921, 1987
6911987
Discrete variable representations and sudden models in quantum scattering theory
JV Lill, GA Parker, JC Light
Chemical Physics Letters 89 (6), 483-489, 1982
6661982
Rotationally and vibrationally inelastic scattering in the rotational IOS approximation. Ultrasimple calculation of total (differential, integral, and transport) cross sections …
GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 68 (4), 1585-1601, 1978
4741978
Intermolecular potential surfaces from electron gas methods. I. Angle and distance dependence of the He–CO2 and Ar–CO2 interactions
GA Parker, RL Snow, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 64 (4), 1668-1678, 1976
1871976
Rotationally inelastic molecular scattering. Computational tests of some simple solutions of the strong coupling problem
TP Tsien, GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 59 (10), 5373-5381, 1973
1861973
The discrete variable–finite basis approach to quantum scattering
JV Lill, GA Parker, JC Light
The Journal of chemical physics 85 (2), 900-910, 1986
1771986
Accurate three‐dimensional quantum probabilities and collision lifetimes of the H+O2 combustion reaction
RT Pack, EA Butcher, GA Parker
The Journal of chemical physics 102 (15), 5998-6012, 1995
1201995
Accurate quantum probabilities and threshold behavior of the H+ O2 combustion reaction
RT Pack, EA Butcher, GA Parker
The Journal of chemical physics 99 (11), 9310-9313, 1993
1191993
Quantum reactive scattering in three dimensions using hyperspherical (APH) coordinates. IV. Discrete variable representation (DVR) basis functions and the analysis of accurate …
Z Bačić, JD Kress, GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of chemical physics 92 (4), 2344-2361, 1990
1161990
Intermolecular potential surfaces from electron gas methods. II. Angle and distance dependence of the A′ and A ″Ar–NO (X 2Π) interactions
GC Nielson, GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 66 (4), 1396-1401, 1977
1151977
A guide to rotations in quantum mechanics
MA Morrison, GA Parker
Australian journal of physics 40 (4), 465-498, 1987
1131987
Identification of the partial wave parameter and simplification of the differential cross section in the jzCCS approximation in molecular scattering
GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 66 (7), 2850-2853, 1977
1131977
Comparison of numerical methods for solving the second-order differential equations of molecular scattering theory
LD Thomas, MH Alexander, BR Johnson, WA Lester Jr, JC Light, ...
Journal of Computational Physics 41 (2), 407-426, 1981
1121981
Quantum reactive scattering in three dimensions using hyperspherical (APH) coordinates. tests on H+ H2 and D+ H2
GA Parker, RT Pack, BJ Archer, RB Walker
Chemical physics letters 137 (6), 564-568, 1987
1071987
Quantum reactive scattering in three dimensions using hyperspherical (APH) coordinates: Theory
GA Parker
J. Chem. Phys. 87, 3888, 1987
981987
Quantum reactive scattering in three dimensions using hyperspherical (APH) coordinates. III. Small θ behavior and corrigenda
RT Pack, GA Parker
The Journal of Chemical Physics 90 (7), 3511-3519, 1989
971989
Van der Waals interactions of carbon monoxide
GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 64 (5), 2010-2012, 1976
891976
Intermolecular potential energy surfaces from electron gas methods. III. Angle, distance, and vibrational dependence of the Ar–CO interaction
GA Parker, RT Pack
The Journal of Chemical Physics 69 (7), 3268-3278, 1978
871978
, S. Crocchianti, and R. T Pack
GA Parker, A Lagana
J. Chem. Phys 102, 1238, 1995
791995
Positronhydrogen-atom S-wave coupled-channel scattering at low energies
BJ Archer, GA Parker, RT Pack
Physical Review A 41 (3), 1303, 1990
741990
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