1961 - Meldola Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
His primary areas of investigation include Atomic physics, Potential energy, Molecule, Triatomic molecule and Molecular physics. His research integrates issues of Hydrogen, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Spectral line, Ab initio and Diatomic molecule in his study of Atomic physics. His work deals with themes such as Force constant, Geometry, Variational method, Cluster and Polyatomic ion, which intersect with Potential energy.
The various areas that John N. Murrell examines in his Molecule study include Additive function, Gaussian and Reduced mass. His Triatomic molecule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Symmetry, Dissociation and Maxima and minima. His research in Molecular physics intersects with topics in Intersection and Symmetry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Atomic physics, Potential energy, Ground state, Molecular physics and Molecule. John N. Murrell has included themes like Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Atom, Surface, Ion and Diatomic molecule in his Atomic physics study. John N. Murrell has researched Potential energy in several fields, including Metastability, Triatomic molecule, Ab initio, Phonon and Computational chemistry.
His studies in Ground state integrate themes in fields like Reaction rate constant and Potential energy surface. His Molecular physics study combines topics in areas such as Symmetry, Bond length, Diamond, Binding energy and Molecular orbital. In most of his Molecule studies, his work intersects topics such as Atomic orbital.
His main research concerns Atomic physics, Potential energy, Molecular physics, Cluster and Condensed matter physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ion, Diatomic molecule, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Metastability. Diatomic molecule is a subfield of Molecule that John N. Murrell explores.
His Ab initio quantum chemistry methods research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rotational invariance and Charge. His study in Potential energy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Relaxation, Surface, Phonon, van der Waals force and Surface energy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bond length, Lattice energy, Atom, Alkali metal and Binding energy in addition to Molecular physics.
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Molecular Potential Energy Functions
J. N. Murrell.
The theory of the electronic spectra of organic molecules
J. N. Murrell.
The chemical bond
J. N. Murrell;S. F. A. Kettle;John M. Tedder.
Symmetries of activated complexes
J. N. Murrell;K. J. Laidler.
Transactions of The Faraday Society (1968)
New analytic form for the potential energy curves of stable diatomic states
John N. Murrell;Kenneth S. Sorbie.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1974)
Calculation of the intensities of the vibrational components of the ammonia ultra-violet absorption bands
S. Durmaz;J.N. Murrell;J.M. Taylor;R. Suffolk.
Molecular Physics (1970)
Frequency optimized potential energy functions for the ground-state surfaces of HCN and HCP
J.N. Murrell;S. Carter;L.O. Halonen.
Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy (1982)
Properties of liquids and solutions
J. N. Murrell;A. D. Jenkins.
Semi-empirical Self-consistent-field-molecular-orbital Theory of Molecules
J. N. Murrell;Alan John Harget.
Ground-state diatomic potentials
Philip Huxley;John N. Murrell.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1983)
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