Luis Bañares focuses on Atomic physics, Quantum, Ab initio, Potential energy surface and Potential energy. His work deals with themes such as Adiabatic process, Excitation and Angular momentum, which intersect with Atomic physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Photodissociation and Measure in addition to Excitation.
His Quantum research includes themes of Hydrogen, Quantum number and Total angular momentum quantum number. His Ab initio study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Beam, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Molecular beam and Coupling. Luis Bañares has researched Potential energy surface in several fields, including Molecular physics, Kinetic isotope effect, Reaction dynamics, Crossed molecular beam and Computational chemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Atomic physics, Photodissociation, Ab initio, Potential energy surface and Excited state. The Atomic physics study combines topics in areas such as Scattering, Excitation and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. His Photodissociation research also works with subjects such as
His studies in Ab initio integrate themes in fields like Internal energy, Kinetic isotope effect and Molecular beam. As a part of the same scientific family, Luis Bañares mostly works in the field of Potential energy surface, focusing on Quantum and, on occasion, Deuterium. His studies deal with areas such as Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization and Ground state as well as Excited state.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Molecular physics, Photodissociation, Dissociation, Absorption band and Ab initio. He interconnects Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Excited state, Excitation, Potential energy and Ion in the investigation of issues within Molecular physics. His Excited state study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Potential energy surface.
His study in Photodissociation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atom, Absorption spectroscopy, Laser and Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization. His Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spectroscopy, Rydberg state, Atomic physics and Femtosecond. Luis Bañares performs integrative study on Atomic physics and Criegee intermediate in his works.
His main research concerns Molecular physics, Photodissociation, Laser, Rydberg state and Ab initio. His research in Molecular physics tackles topics such as Surface hopping which are related to areas like Perturbation theory, Ionization, Coulomb explosion, Vibronic coupling and Wave packet. His Photodissociation research includes elements of Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Potential energy, Excitation, Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization and Absorption spectroscopy.
His Excitation study combines topics in areas such as Internal energy, Beam and Rydberg formula. His Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Excited state, Dissociation and Repulsive state. His Laser study also includes
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Quantum mechanical and quasi-classical trajectory study of the C(1D)+H2 reaction dynamics
L. Bañares;F. J. Aoiz;P. Honvault;B. Bussery-Honvault.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
Femtosecond real‐time probing of reactions. IX. Hydrogen‐atom transfer
J. L. Herek;S. Pedersen;L. Bañares;A. H. Zewail.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1992)
Recent results from quasiclassical trajectory computations of elementary chemical reactions
F. J. Aoiz;Luis Bañares;Victor J. Herrero.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1998)
Femtosecond laser reshaping yields gold nanorods with ultranarrow surface plasmon resonances.
Guillermo González-Rubio;Pablo Díaz-Núñez;Antonio Rivera;Alejandro Prada.
Femtosecond Real-Time Probing of Reactions. 20. Dynamics of Twisting, Alignment, and IVR in the trans-Stilbene Isomerization Reaction
J. S. Baskin;L. Bañares;S. Pedersen;A. H. Zewail.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1996)
Control of ultrafast molecular photodissociation by laser-field-induced potentials
M. E. Corrales;J. González-Vázquez;G. Balerdi;I. R. Solá.
Nature Chemistry (2014)
Classical dynamics for the F + H2 → HF + H reaction on a new ab initio potential energy surface. A direct comparison with experiment
F.J. Aoiz;L. Bañares;V.J. Herrero;V. Sáez Rábanos.
Chemical Physics Letters (1994)
The H+H2 reactive system. Progress in the study of the dynamics of the simplest reaction
F. J. Aoiz;L. BaÑares;V. J. Herrero.
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry (2005)
A unified quantal and classical description of the stereodynamics of elementary chemical reactions: State-resolved k–k′–j′ vector correlation for the H+D2(v=0, j=0) reaction
Marcelo P. de Miranda;F. J. Aoiz;Luis Bañares;V. Sáez Rábanos.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1999)
The F+HD --> DF(HF)+H(D) reaction revisited: Quasiclassical trajectory study on an ab initio potential energy surface and comparison with molecular beam experiments
F. J. Aoiz;L. Bañares;V. J. Herrero;V. Sáez Rábanos.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1995)
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