Nicholas M. Harrison mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Electronic structure, Molecular physics, Ab initio and Density functional theory. His studies deal with areas such as Spin polarization and Magnetic field as well as Condensed matter physics. His research integrates issues of Zigzag, Excitation, Conductance, Magnetic structure and Band gap in his study of Electronic structure.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Thermodynamics, Tetragonal crystal system, Hartree–Fock method, Non-blocking I/O and Polar in addition to Ab initio. Nicholas M. Harrison has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Crystal structure, Inductive coupling and Graphene. The Hybrid functional study combines topics in areas such as Electronic band structure and Ground state.
Nicholas M. Harrison spends much of his time researching Density functional theory, Condensed matter physics, Ab initio, Electronic structure and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods. His Density functional theory study incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Adsorption, Physical chemistry, Intermolecular force and Catalysis. His Condensed matter physics study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Ground state.
His work carried out in the field of Ab initio brings together such families of science as Crystallography, Thermodynamics, Molecular physics, Surface and Hartree–Fock method. His research investigates the link between Electronic structure and topics such as Band gap that cross with problems in Graphene. His study looks at the relationship between Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and fields such as Oxide, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nuclear physics, Nucleon, Proton, Particle physics and Meson. His Nuclear physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Scattering, Asymmetry and Photon. His Nucleon research incorporates themes from Range, Neutron, Resonance and Bremsstrahlung.
His Proton research incorporates elements of EMC effect, Compton scattering, Electron and Spectrometer. His Electron study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Density functional theory. His Particle physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Amplitude and Recoil.
Nicholas M. Harrison focuses on Nucleon, Nuclear physics, Photon, Meson and Proton. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neutron, Resonance and Bremsstrahlung. His Nuclear physics research includes themes of Quantum chromodynamics and Helicity.
The Meson study which covers Photon energy that intersects with Particle Data Group. His Proton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of EMC effect and Electron. His study of Compton scattering is a part of Electron.
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On the prediction of band gaps from hybrid functional theory
J. Muscat;A. Wander;N.M. Harrison;N.M. Harrison.
Chemical Physics Letters (2001)
Electronic structure and magnetic properties of graphitic ribbons
L. Pisani;J. A. Chan;B. Montanari;N. M. Harrison;N. M. Harrison.
Physical Review B (2007)
First-principles calculations of the phase stability of TiO 2
Joseph Muscat;Varghese Swamy;Nicholas M. Harrison.
Physical Review B (2002)
Ab initio study of MnO and NiO
M. D. Towler;N. L. Allan;N. M. Harrison;V. R. Saunders.
Physical Review B (1994)
Stability of polar oxide surfaces
A. Wander;F. Schedin;P. Steadman;A. Norris.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Materials Science - The hardest known oxide
Leonid S Dubrovinsky;Natalia A Dubrovinskaia;Varghese Swamy;Joseph Muscat.
Mixed dissociative and molecular adsorption of water on the rutile (110) surface
Philip J. D. Lindan;N. M. Harrison;M. J. Gillan.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Analytical Hartree-Fock gradients for periodic systems
K. Doll;V. R. Saunders;N. M. Harrison;N. M. Harrison.
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (2001)
FIRST-PRINCIPLES SPIN-POLARIZED CALCULATIONS ON THE REDUCED AND RECONSTRUCTED TIO2 (110) SURFACE
P. J. D. Lindan;N. M. Harrison;M. J. Gillan;J. A. White.
Physical Review B (1997)
Effect of Diffusion on Lithium Intercalation in Titanium Dioxide
M.V. Koudriachova;N.M. Harrison;N.M. Harrison;S.W. de Leeuw.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
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