Near- and long-term quantum algorithmic approaches for vibrational spectroscopy

@article{Sawaya2020NearAL,
  title={Near- and long-term quantum algorithmic approaches for vibrational spectroscopy},
  author={Nicolas P. D. Sawaya and Francesco Paesani and Daniel P. Tabor},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020}
}
Determining the vibrational structure of a molecule is central to fundamental applications in several areas, from atmospheric science to catalysis, fuel combustion modeling, biochemical imaging, and astrochemistry. However, when significant anharmonicity and mode coupling are present, the problem is classically intractable for a molecule of just a few atoms. Here, we outline a set of quantum algorithms for solving the molecular vibrational structure problem for both near- and long-term quantum… 

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