Accelerated path-integral simulations using ring-polymer interpolation\ud

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Buxton, Samuel; Habershon, Scott;
(2017)

Imaginary-time path-integral (PI) molecular simulations can be used to calculate exact quantum statistical mechanical properties for complex systems containing many interacting atoms and molecules. The limiting computational factor in a PI simulation is typically the ev... View more
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