Haibo Ma

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Dynamical simulations of polaron transport in conjugated polymers in the presence of an external time-dependent electric field have been performed within a combined extended Hubbard model (EHM) and Su-Schrieffer-Heeger (SSH) model. Nearly all relevant electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions are fully taken into account by solving the(More)
We present numerical studies of the transport dynamics of a charged soliton in conjugated polymers under the influence of an external time-dependent electric field. All relevant electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions are nearly fully taken into account by simulating the monomer displacements with classical molecular dynamics and evolving the(More)
In this paper, we apply the recently developed ab initio renormalized excitonic method (REM) to the excitation energy calculations of various molecular aggregates, through the extension of REM to the time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT). Tested molecular aggregate systems include one-dimensional hydrogen-bonded water chains, ring crystals with(More)
By using the field-theoretic method, we established a unified systematic formulation of a model of counterions and coions confined in two similarly charged plates, and calculated the density distributions of counterions and coions with various coupling parameters by the two methods: Poisson-Boltzmann (PB) approach and the strong coupling (SC) theory,(More)
Octafluorocyclobutane, c-C4F8, and its derivatives are regarded as promising replacements of insulation gaseous SF6, which are currently widely used in electric equipment but suffer greatly from its greenhouse effect. Based on the recent finding that the dielectric and thermodynamics properties of insulating gases are greatly dependent on the molecule's(More)
We observe the diffusion anisotropy difference between singlet and triplet excitons in organic crystals; that is, singlet and triplet excitons may have completely different spatial direction preference for diffusion. This phenomenon can be ascribed to the distinct dependence of different excitonic couplings (Coulomb Förster vs. exchange Dexter) existing in(More)
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