We present an improved version of the anchor points reactive potential (APRP) method for potential energy surfaces; the improvement for the surfaces themselves consists of using a set of internal coordinates with better global behavior, and we also extend the method to fit the surface couplings. We use the newmethod to produce a 3 3 matrix of diabatic… (More)

@inproceedings{Yang2014FulldimensionalPA,
title={Full-dimensional potentials and state couplings and multidimensional tunneling calculations for the photodissociation of phenol},
author={Ke Yang and Xuefei Xu and Jingjing Zheng and Donald G Truhlar},
year={2014}
}