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Chemistry
D-index
67
Citations
11,969
253
World Ranking
4390
National Ranking
617

- Quantum mechanics
- Molecule
- Electron

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atomic physics, Potential energy surface, Wave packet, Quantum dynamics and Quantum. His primary area of study in Atomic physics is in the field of Excited state. His Potential energy surface research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atom, Scattering and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods.

His Wave packet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bond length, Jacobi coordinates, Rotational–vibrational spectroscopy and Ground state. In his work, Dong H. Zhang performs multidisciplinary research in Quantum dynamics and Chemical reaction. His work in Quantum covers topics such as Rotation which are related to areas like Spectroscopy.

- Full‐dimensional time‐dependent treatment for diatom–diatom reactions: The H2+OH reaction (375 citations)
- Quantum reactive scattering with a deep well: Time‐dependent calculation for H+O2 reaction and bound state characterization for HO2 (222 citations)
- First-Principles Theory for the H + H2O, D2O Reactions (183 citations)

His main research concerns Atomic physics, Potential energy surface, Quantum dynamics, Wave packet and Excited state. Dong H. Zhang combines subjects such as Reagent, Reaction rate constant, Excitation, Reaction dynamics and Total angular momentum quantum number with his study of Atomic physics. His Potential energy surface study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Polyatomic ion, Molecular physics, Quantum and Scattering.

His research investigates the connection between Quantum dynamics and topics such as Dissociation that intersect with problems in Dissociative chemisorption, Density functional theory and Chemisorption. His Wave packet study combines topics in areas such as Bond length, Flux, Rotational–vibrational spectroscopy, Jacobi coordinates and Degrees of freedom. His study in Excited state is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atom, Chemical kinetics and Ground state.

- Atomic physics (52.84%)
- Potential energy surface (48.58%)
- Quantum dynamics (32.62%)

- Potential energy surface (48.58%)
- Molecular physics (15.25%)
- Potential energy (22.34%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Potential energy surface, Molecular physics, Potential energy, Ab initio and Chemical physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wave packet and Excited state. His Wave packet study deals with Representation intersecting with Basis set.

Dong H. Zhang has researched Molecular physics in several fields, including Range, Quantum dynamics, Excitation, Scattering amplitude and Quantum tunnelling. His studies in Potential energy integrate themes in fields like Topology, Configuration space and Diabatic. His research integrates issues of Bayesian optimization, Artificial neural network, Inverse scattering problem, Scattering theory and Invariant in his study of Ab initio.

- Bayesian optimization for the inverse scattering problem in quantum reaction dynamics (32 citations)
- Bayesian optimization for the inverse scattering problem in quantum reaction dynamics (32 citations)
- A linear nonribosomal octapeptide from Fusarium graminearum facilitates cell-to-cell invasion of wheat. (20 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Molecule

Dong H. Zhang mainly focuses on Potential energy, Ab initio, Scattering, Reaction dynamics and Molecular physics. The Potential energy study combines topics in areas such as Artificial neural network and Potential energy surface. His Ab initio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Adiabatic process and Diabatic.

His study looks at the relationship between Diabatic and fields such as Statistical physics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Scattering research includes elements of Reaction rate and Spin isomers of hydrogen. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computational physics, Bayesian optimization, Inverse scattering problem, Scattering theory and Configuration space in addition to Reaction dynamics.

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Full‐dimensional time‐dependent treatment for diatom–diatom reactions: The H2+OH reaction

Dong H. Zhang;John Z. H. Zhang.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1994)**

507 Citations

Quantum reactive scattering with a deep well: Time‐dependent calculation for H+O2 reaction and bound state characterization for HO2

Dong H. Zhang;John Z. H. Zhang.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1994)**

301 Citations

A six dimensional quantum study for atom–triatom reactions: The H+H2O→H2+OH reaction

Dong H. Zhang;John C. Light.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1996)**

244 Citations

First-Principles Theory for the H + H2O, D2O Reactions

Dong H. Zhang;Michael A. Collins;Soo-Y. Lee.

Science **(2000)**

218 Citations

Accurate quantum calculation for the benchmark reaction H2+OH→H2O +H in five‐dimensional space: Reaction probabilities for J=0

Dong H. Zhang;John Z. H. Zhang.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1993)**

203 Citations

Accurate quantum calculations for H2+OH→H2O+H: Reaction probabilities, cross sections, and rate constants

Dong H. Zhang;John Z. H. Zhang.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1994)**

176 Citations

Breakdown of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation in the F+ o-D2 -> DF + D reaction.

Li Che;Zefeng Ren;Xingan Wang;Wenrui Dong.

Science **(2007)**

173 Citations

A global potential energy surface for the H2 + OH ↔ H2O + H reaction using neural networks

Jun Chen;Xin Xu;Dong H. Zhang.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2013)**

173 Citations

A seven-dimensional quantum study of the H+CH4 reaction

Minghui Yang;Dong H. Zhang;Soo-Y. Lee.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(2002)**

171 Citations

CUMULATIVE REACTION PROBABILITY VIA TRANSITION STATE WAVE PACKETS

Dong H. Zhang;John C. Light.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1996)**

171 Citations

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