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- W. A. Al-Saidi, D. Stroud
- 2001

We carry out a quantum-mechanical analysis of a small Josephson junction coupled to a single-mode resonant cavity. We find that the eigenstates of the combined junction-cavity system are strongly entangled only when the gate voltage applied at one of the superconducting islands is tuned to certain special values. One such value corresponds to the resonant… (More)

- W A Al-Saidi, Haijun Feng, Kristen A Fichthorn
- Nano letters
- 2012

We use density functional theory to resolve the role of polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) in the shape-selective synthesis of Ag nanostructures. At the segment level, PVP binds more strongly to Ag(100) than Ag(111) because of a surface-sensitive balance between direct binding and van der Waals attraction. At the chain level, correlated segment binding leads to a… (More)

- W A Al-Saidi, Sanford A Asher, Patrick Norman
- The journal of physical chemistry. A
- 2012

Geometries, UV absorption bands, and resonance Raman (RR) cross sections of TNT and RDX are investigated using density functional theory (DFT) in conjunction with the Coulomb attenuated B3LYP exchange-correlation functional. The absorption and RR spectra are determined with use of vibronic (VB) theory, excited-state gradient, and complex polarizability… (More)

- Glen R Jenness, Ozan Karalti, W A Al-Saidi, Kenneth D Jordan
- The journal of physical chemistry. A
- 2011

The interaction of a water monomer with a series of linear acenes (benzene, anthracene, pentacene, heptacene, and nonacene) is investigated using a wide range of electronic structure methods, including several "dispersion"-corrected density functional theory (DFT) methods, several variants of the random phase approximation (RPA), DFT-based symmetry-adapted… (More)

- W A Al-Saidi, Shiwei Zhang, Henry Krakauer
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2006

We extend the recently introduced phaseless auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) approach to any single-particle basis and apply it to molecular systems with Gaussian basis sets. QMC methods in general scale favorably with the system size as a low power. A QMC approach with auxiliary fields, in principle, allows an exact solution of the Schrodinger… (More)

We present an ab initio density functional study of ferroelectricity in single-domain PbTiO3-based nanocapacitors. We used density functional theory with the recently introduced PBEsol generalized-gradient exchange-correlation functional, which we found to give accurate properties of bulk ferroelectric FE materials. Pt and Au electrodes are used in our… (More)

- F-F Wang, G Jenness, W A Al-Saidi, K D Jordan
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2010

Localized molecular orbital energy decomposition analysis and symmetry-adapted perturbation theory (SAPT) calculations are used to analyze the two- and three-body interaction energies of four low-energy isomers of (H(2)O)(6) in order to gain insight into the performance of several popular density functionals for describing the electrostatic,… (More)

- Vamsee K Voora, W A Al-Saidi, Kenneth D Jordan
- The journal of physical chemistry. A
- 2011

The stacking parameters, lattice constants, bond lengths, and bulk moduli of pyrophyllite and montmorillonites (MMTs), with alkali and alkali earth metal ions, are investigated using density functional theory with and without dispersion corrections. For pyrophyllite, it is found that the inclusion of the dispersion corrections significantly improves the… (More)

- Dan C Sorescu, Wissam A Al-Saidi, Kenneth D Jordan
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2011

Adsorption, diffusion, and dissociation of CO(2) on the anatase (101) surface were investigated using dispersion-corrected density functional theory. On the oxidized surface several different local minima were identified of which the most stable corresponds to a CO(2) molecule adsorbed at a five-fold coordinated Ti site in a tilted configuration. Surface… (More)

- Dan C Sorescu, Junseok Lee, Wissam A Al-Saidi, Kenneth D Jordan
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2011

Adsorption of CO(2) on the rutile(110) surface was investigated using dispersion-corrected density functional theory and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). On the oxidized surface the CO(2) molecules are found to bind most strongly at the five-fold coordinated Ti sites adopting tilted or flat configurations. The presence of bridging oxygen defects… (More)