His main research concerns Atomic physics, Kinetic energy, Scattering, Chemical physics and Desorption. His Atomic physics research incorporates themes from Inorganic compound, Excitation and Molecular beam. The Kinetic energy study combines topics in areas such as Deuterium, Rotational energy, Dissociation, Physical chemistry and Chemisorption.
His work on Inelastic scattering as part of his general Scattering study is frequently connected to Normal, Principal axis theorem and Perpendicular, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Daniel J. Auerbach interconnects Coupling and Molecule, Quantum mechanics, Density functional theory in the investigation of issues within Chemical physics. The concepts of his Desorption study are interwoven with issues in Hydrogen, Thermal equilibrium, Flux and Atoms in molecules.
His main research concerns Atomic physics, Scattering, Excitation, Molecule and Kinetic energy. His studies deal with areas such as Electron, Molecular beam and Chemisorption as well as Atomic physics. Daniel J. Auerbach studies Scattering, namely Inelastic scattering.
His Excitation research focuses on subjects like Potential energy surface, which are linked to Density functional theory. His research investigates the connection between Molecule and topics such as Chemical physics that intersect with problems in Chemical reaction. His Kinetic energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Range, Desorption, Adsorption, Physical chemistry and Ionization.
Daniel J. Auerbach mostly deals with Atomic physics, Excitation, Scattering, Molecule and Adiabatic process. Daniel J. Auerbach has included themes like Electron, Density functional theory and Molecular dynamics in his Atomic physics study. Daniel J. Auerbach combines subjects such as Ab initio, Potential energy surface, Vibronic coupling, Desorption and Electron hole with his study of Excitation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Physical chemistry, Molecular physics, Potential energy, Molecular beam and Molecular vibration in addition to Scattering. His Molecule research includes themes of Chemical physics, Range, Computational chemistry and Metal. His study looks at the intersection of Excited state and topics like Kinetic energy with Thermal desorption.
Daniel J. Auerbach focuses on Atomic physics, Scattering, Excitation, Molecule and Adiabatic process. Daniel J. Auerbach mostly deals with Vibrational energy relaxation in his studies of Atomic physics. While the research belongs to areas of Scattering, Daniel J. Auerbach spends his time largely on the problem of Potential energy, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Molecular beam and Physical chemistry.
His Excitation study incorporates themes from Born–Oppenheimer approximation and Ab initio. His studies in Molecule integrate themes in fields like Chemical physics and Computational chemistry. His Computational chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Dissociation and Adsorption.
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Gas—surface interactions and dynamics; Thermal energy atomic and molecular beam studies
J. A. Barker;D. J. Auerbach.
Surface Science Reports (1984)
Rotational Energy Transfer in Direct Inelastic Surface Scattering: NO on Ag(111)
A. W. Kleyn;A. C. Luntz;D. J. Auerbach.
Physical Review Letters (1981)
Chemically accurate simulation of a prototypical surface reaction: H2 dissociation on Cu(111).
C. Díaz;E. Pijper;R. A. Olsen;H. F. Busnengo.
Dissociative chemisorption of CH4 on W(110): Dramatic activation by initial kinetic energy.
CT Rettner;HE Pfnür;DJ Auerbach.
Physical Review Letters (1985)
Chemical Dynamics at the Gas−Surface Interface
C. T. Rettner and;D. J. Auerbach;J. C. Tully;A. W. Kleyn.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1996)
Vibrational Promotion of Electron Transfer
Yuhui Huang;Charles T. Rettner;Daniel J. Auerbach;Alec M. Wodtke.
Effect of rotation on the translational and vibrational energy dependence of the dissociative adsorption of D2 on Cu(111)
H. A. Michelsen;C. T. Rettner;D. J. Auerbach;R. N. Zare.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1993)
Quantum‐state‐specific dynamics of the dissociative adsorption and associative desorption of H2 at a Cu(111) surface
C. T. Rettner;H. A. Michelsen;D. J. Auerbach.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1995)
Role of vibrational and translational energy in the activated dissociative adsorption of D2 on Cu(111).
C. T. Rettner;D. J. Auerbach;H. A. Michelsen.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
Measurement of fast desorption kinetics of D2, from tungsten by laser induced thermal desorption
James P Cowin;Daniel J Auerbach;Charles Becker;Lennard Wharton.
Surface Science (1978)
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