José Campos-Martínez

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Feynman-Hibbs (FH) effective potentials constitute an appealing approach for investigations of many-body systems at thermal equilibrium since they allow us to easily include quantum corrections within standard classical simulations. In this work we apply the FH formulation to the study of NeN-coronene clusters (N = 1-4, 14) in the 2-14 K temperature range.(More)
We present a novel approach to study transmission through waveguides in terms of optical streamlines. This theoretical framework combines the computational performance of beam propagation methods with the possibility to monitor the passage of light through the guiding medium by means of these sampler paths. In this way, not only can the optical flow along(More)
The collision dynamics of (17)O(2)((3)Σ(g)(-)) + (17)O(2)((3)Σ(g)(-)) in the presence of a magnetic field is studied within the close-coupling formalism in the range between 10 nK and 50 mK. A recent global ab initio potential energy surface (PES) is employed and its effect on the dynamics is analyzed and compared with previous calculations where an(More)
Electric multipole moments, static dipole polarizabilities, and dynamic dipole, quadrupole, and mixed dipole-octupole polarizabilities of molecular oxygen and nitrogen in their ground electronic states have been obtained by means of high level multiconfigurational ab initio calculations. From these properties, we have obtained electrostatic, dispersion, and(More)
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