1969 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Thermodynamics, Polymer, Atomic physics, Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics. The Thermodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Flory–Huggins solution theory, Polymerization, Polymer chemistry and Lattice. His study looks at the relationship between Polymer chemistry and fields such as Monomer, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His research in Polymer intersects with topics in Phase diagram, Compressibility, Mean field theory, Entropy of mixing and Crossover. His Atomic physics study incorporates themes from Photodissociation, Molecule and Angular momentum. Karl F. Freed interconnects Chain, Energy functional, Renormalization group, Gaussian and Excluded volume in the investigation of issues within Statistical physics.
Karl F. Freed focuses on Thermodynamics, Polymer, Atomic physics, Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics. His work investigates the relationship between Thermodynamics and topics such as Polymer chemistry that intersect with problems in Copolymer. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Scattering, Renormalization group and Compressibility.
His research in Atomic physics intersects with topics in Valence, Valence electron, Photodissociation and Diatomic molecule. His research investigates the connection between Valence and topics such as Ab initio that intersect with issues in Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. His Statistical physics research integrates issues from Computational chemistry, Gaussian and Mean field theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermodynamics, Polymer, Molecular dynamics, Crystallography and Chemical physics. His research integrates issues of Self-assembly and Solvation in his study of Thermodynamics. His Self-assembly study which covers Molecule that intersects with Atomic physics.
His Polymer study incorporates themes from Lattice, Nanotechnology and Polymer chemistry. His Crystallography research focuses on Protein folding and how it relates to Folding, Langevin dynamics and Protein structure. He interconnects Statistical physics and Solvent in the investigation of issues within Computational chemistry.
Karl F. Freed mostly deals with Thermodynamics, Polymer, Molecular dynamics, Protein folding and Crystallography. The concepts of his Thermodynamics study are interwoven with issues in Self-assembly, Molecule, Polymerization and Solubility. Karl F. Freed mostly deals with Flory–Huggins solution theory in his studies of Polymer.
The various areas that Karl F. Freed examines in his Protein folding study include Dihedral angle, Langevin dynamics, Protein secondary structure, Statistical potential and Folding. His Statistical potential research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Statistical physics and Loop modeling. His studies deal with areas such as Protein structure, Algorithm and Hydrogen bond as well as Crystallography.
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Renormalization Group Theory of Macromolecules
Karl F. Freed.
Multiphonon Processes in the Nonradiative Decay of Large Molecules
Karl F. Freed;Joshua Jortner.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1970)
Functional Integrals and Polymer Statistics
Karl F. Freed.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 22 (2007)
Characterization of branching architecture through "universal" ratios of polymer solution properties
Jack F. Douglas;Jacques Roovers;Karl F. Freed.
Statistical coil model of the unfolded state: Resolving the reconciliation problem
Abhishek K. Jha;Andrés Colubri;Karl F. Freed;Tobin R. Sosnick.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Effect of monomer structure and compressibility on the properties of multicomponent polymer blends and solutions: 1. Lattice cluster theory of compressible systems
Jacek Dudowicz;Karl F. Freed.
Energy dependence of electronic relaxation processes in polyatomic molecules
K. F. Freed.
Radiationless Processes in Molecules and Condensed Phases: in Molecules and Condensed Phases (1976)
Analysis and Evaluation of Ionization Potentials, Electron Affinities, and Excitation Energies by the Equations of Motion—Green's Function Method
Michael F. Herman;Karl F. Freed;D. L. Yeager.
Polymer viscosity in concentrated solutions
Karl F. Freed;S. F. Edwards.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1974)
Intramolecular vibrational energy redistribution and the time evolution of molecular fluorescence
Karl F. Freed;Abraham Nitzan.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1980)
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