His primary areas of study are Hyperpolarizability, Molecular physics, Computational chemistry, Density functional theory and Polarizability. His Hyperpolarizability research incorporates elements of Electronic correlation, Scattering, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Ab initio and Atomic physics. His Molecular physics research incorporates themes from Polarizable continuum model, Nonlinear optics, Excited state, Quantum mechanics and Analytical chemistry.
His work carried out in the field of Computational chemistry brings together such families of science as Chemical physics, Molecular switch, Conjugated system, Crystallography and Nonlinear optical. His Density functional theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Condensed matter physics and Diradical, Singlet state. Benoît Champagne interconnects Dipole, Electric field and Atomic orbital in the investigation of issues within Polarizability.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hyperpolarizability, Molecular physics, Computational chemistry, Density functional theory and Polarizability. His Hyperpolarizability research focuses on Crystallography and how it connects with Acceptor. As a part of the same scientific study, Benoît Champagne usually deals with the Molecular physics, concentrating on Raman spectroscopy and frequently concerns with Spectral line.
His study in Computational chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical physics, Molecule, Molecular switch, Conjugated system and Ab initio. His Density functional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diradical, Singlet state, Coupled cluster and Molecular orbital. His research integrates issues of Polyacetylene, Dipole and Atomic physics in his study of Polarizability.
His primary scientific interests are in Hyperpolarizability, Molecular physics, Computational chemistry, Density functional theory and Molecule. His Hyperpolarizability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chemical physics, Depolarization ratio, Dipole, Open shell and Condensed matter physics. His Dipole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scattering and Basis set.
His Molecular physics study incorporates themes from Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Polarizability, Excited state, Excitation and Coupled cluster. His research in Computational chemistry intersects with topics in Charge, Diradical, Crystal structure and Reaction mechanism. Benoît Champagne focuses mostly in the field of Molecule, narrowing it down to topics relating to Crystallography and, in certain cases, Molecular switch, Acceptor, Hydrogen bond and Bathochromic shift.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical physics, Computational chemistry, Hyperpolarizability, Density functional theory and Nonlinear optical. His Chemical physics research includes themes of Symmetry, Ab initio and Absorption spectroscopy. Benoît Champagne has included themes like Crystal structure, Molecular physics, Charge, Molecule and Reaction mechanism in his Computational chemistry study.
His Molecular physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conjugated system and Atoms in molecules. His Hyperpolarizability study results in a more complete grasp of Polarizability. His Density functional theory research integrates issues from Enol and Intramolecular force.
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Assessment of Conventional Density Functional Schemes for Computing the Polarizabilities and Hyperpolarizabilities of Conjugated Oligomers: An Ab Initio Investigation of Polyacetylene Chains
B. Champagne;E. A. Perpete;S. J. A. van Gisbergen;E. J. Baerends.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1998)
Assessment of Conventional Density Functional Schemes for Computing the Dipole Moment and (Hyper)polarizabilities of Push−Pull π-Conjugated Systems†
Benoît Champagne;and Eric A. Perpète;Denis Jacquemin;Stan J. A. van Gisbergen and.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2000)
Electric field dependence of the exchange-correlation potential in molecular chains
S.J.A. van Gisbergen;P.R.T. Schipper;O.V. Gritsenko;E.J. Baerends.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Second Hyperpolarizability (γ) of Singlet Diradical System: Dependence of γ on the Diradical Character
Masayoshi Nakano;Ryohei Kishi;Tomoshige Nitta;Takashi Kubo.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2005)
Design and characterization of molecular nonlinear optical switches.
Frédéric Castet;Vincent Rodriguez;Jean-Luc Pozzo;Laurent Ducasse.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2013)
Synthesis and Characterization of Teranthene: A Singlet Biradical Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Having Kekulé Structures
Akihito Konishi;Yasukazu Hirao;Masayoshi Nakano;Akihiro Shimizu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Relationship between third-order nonlinear optical properties and magnetic interactions in open-shell systems: a new paradigm for nonlinear optics.
Masayoshi Nakano;Ryohei Kishi;Suguru Ohta;Hideaki Takahashi.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Nonlinear optical molecular switches as selective cation sensors.
Benoît Champagne;Aurélie Plaquet;Jean-Luc Pozzo;Vincent Rodriguez.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Basis set and electron correlation effects on the polarizability and second hyperpolarizability of model open-shell π-conjugated systems
Benoît Champagne;Edith Botek;Masayoshi Nakano;Tomoshige Nitta.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2005)
Singlet Diradical Character from Experiment
Kenji Kamada;Koji Ohta;Akihiro Shimizu;Takashi Kubo.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010)
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