Aryya Ghosh

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The equation-of-motion coupled-cluster method (EOM-CC) is applied for the first time to calculate the energy and width of a shape resonance in an electron-molecule scattering. The procedure is based on inclusion of complex absorbing potential with EOM-CC theory. We have applied this method to investigate the shape resonance in e(-)N(2), e(-)CO, and(More)
Electronically excited atom or molecule in an environment can relax via transferring its excess energy to the neighboring atoms or molecules. The process is called Interatomic or Intermolecular coulombic decay (ICD). The ICD is a fast decay process in environment. Generally, the ICD mechanism predominates in weakly bound clusters. In this paper, we have(More)
Interatomic Coulombic decay (ICD) is an efficient and ultrafast radiationless decay mechanism which can be initiated by removal of an electron from the inner-valence shell of an atom or molecule. Generally, the ICD mechanism is prevailed in weakly bound clusters. A very promising approach, known as CAP/EOM-CC, consists of the combination of complex(More)
The equation-of-motion coupled cluster method employing the complex absorbing potential has been used to investigate the low energy electron scattering by CO2. We have studied the potential energy curve for the (2)Π(u) resonance states of CO2(-) upon bending as well as symmetric and asymmetric stretching of the molecule. Specifically, we have stretched the(More)
Auger decay is an efficient ultrafast relaxation process of core-shell or inner-shell excited atom or molecule. Generally, it occurs in femto-second or even atto-second time domain. Direct measurement of lifetimes of Auger process of single ionized and double ionized inner-shell state of an atom or molecule is an extremely difficult task. In this paper, we(More)
The photodissociation dynamics of roaming in formaldehyde are studied by comparing quasi-classical trajectory calculations performed on a new potential energy surface (PES) to new and detailed experimental results detailing the CO + H2 product state distributions and their correlations. The new PES proves to be a significant improvement over the past one,(More)
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