2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for exceptional advances in the fundamentals of chemical collision theory, including energy transfer, recombination, and dissociation reactions
2006 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2004 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation Theoretical contributions to the fundamentals of chemical collision theory, including energy transfer, recombination, and dissociation reactions
His primary areas of study are Physical chemistry, Reaction rate constant, Potential energy, Ab initio and Potential energy surface. Albert F. Wagner has included themes like Radical, Photoionization and Reaction dynamics in his Physical chemistry study. His Reaction rate constant research incorporates themes from Chemical kinetics, Molecule, Molecular physics and Kinetic isotope effect.
Albert F. Wagner focuses mostly in the field of Potential energy, narrowing it down to matters related to Moving least squares and, in some cases, Interpolation and Morse potential. The Ab initio study combines topics in areas such as Atom, Dissociation and Transition state theory. His Bond-dissociation energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ion and Appearance energy.
Albert F. Wagner focuses on Ab initio, Atomic physics, Reaction rate constant, Potential energy and Physical chemistry. Albert F. Wagner interconnects Configuration interaction, Electronic structure, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Kinetic isotope effect in the investigation of issues within Ab initio. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Inelastic scattering, Scattering, Atom and Excitation.
His Reaction rate constant research integrates issues from Atmospheric temperature range and Analytical chemistry. His studies in Potential energy integrate themes in fields like Moving least squares, Potential energy surface, Surface, Reaction dynamics and Computational chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Physical chemistry and topics such as Radical that intersect with problems in Kinetics.
Excited state, Relaxation, Atomic physics, Molecule and Nitromethane are his primary areas of study. His Relaxation study combines topics in areas such as Vibrational energy relaxation and Argon. His study in the fields of Potential energy under the domain of Atomic physics overlaps with other disciplines such as Saddle point.
His Potential energy research also works with subjects such as
Albert F. Wagner spends much of his time researching Ab initio, Massively parallel, Atomic physics, Saddle point and Quantum tunnelling. His Ab initio study incorporates themes from Transition state theory, Dissociation, Shock tube and Semiclassical physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as SIESTA and Ab initio molecular dynamics in addition to Massively parallel.
His Atomic physics research includes themes of Atom and Relaxation. Other disciplines of study, such as Bound state, Potential energy surface, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Electronic structure and Potential energy, are mixed together with his Saddle point studies. His work deals with themes such as Multiplicative function, Anharmonicity and Asymmetry, which intersect with Quantum tunnelling.
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Introduction to Active Thermochemical Tables: Several “Key” Enthalpies of Formation Revisited†
Branko Ruscic;Reinhardt E. Pinzon;Melita L. Morton;Gregor Von Laszevski.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2004)
On the Enthalpy of Formation of Hydroxyl Radical and Gas-Phase Bond Dissociation Energies of Water and Hydroxyl
Branko Ruscic;Albert F. Wagner;Lawrence B. Harding;Robert L. Asher.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2002)
Active Thermochemical Tables: thermochemistry for the 21st century
Branko Ruscic;Reinhardt E Pinzon;Gregor von Laszewski;Deepti Kodeboyina.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (2005)
Variational transition state theory and tunneling for a heavy–light–heavy reaction using an ab initio potential energy surface. 37Cl+H(D) 35Cl→H(D) 37Cl+35Cl
Bruce C. Garrett;Donald G. Truhlar;Albert F. Wagner;Thorn H. Dunning.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1983)
The Chemical Dynamics and Kinetics of Small Radicals: Part 1
Kopin Liu;Albert Wagner.
The Chemical Dynamics and Kinetics of Small Radicals. Series: Advanced Series in Physical Chemistry (1996)
Experimental and theoretical studies of the ethyl + oxygen reaction kinetics
Albert F. Wagner;Irene R. Slagle;Dariusz. Sarzynski;David. Gutman.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1990)
Evidence for a Lower Enthalpy of Formation of Hydroxyl Radical and a Lower Gas-Phase Bond Dissociation Energy of Water
Branko Ruscic;David Feller;David A. Dixon;Kirk A. Peterson.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2001)
Rate Constants For H + O2 + M → HO2 + M in Seven Bath Gases
J. V. Michael;M.-C. Su;J. W. Sutherland;J. J. Carroll.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2002)
A quasiclassical trajectory study of the OH+CO reaction
Kathleen Kudla;George C. Schatz;Albert F. Wagner.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1991)
The addition and dissociation reaction atomic hydrogen + carbon monoxide .dblharw. oxomethyl. 2. Experimental studies and comparison with theory
Raimo S. Timonen;Emil. Ratajczak;David. Gutman;Albert F. Wagner.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1987)
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