Richard Dronskowski focuses on Crystallography, Electronic structure, Thermodynamics, Computational chemistry and Ab initio. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metal and Diffraction. His research integrates issues of Fermi level, Oxidation state and Density functional theory in his study of Electronic structure.
His study focuses on the intersection of Thermodynamics and fields such as CALPHAD with connections in the field of Standard enthalpy of formation, Stoichiometry, Solid solution and Manganese. His Computational chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Hydrogen bond. The concepts of his Chemical physics study are interwoven with issues in Quantum chemistry and Crystal.
His main research concerns Crystallography, Crystal structure, Density functional theory, Condensed matter physics and Electronic structure. His work carried out in the field of Crystallography brings together such families of science as X-ray crystallography and Diffraction. Richard Dronskowski interconnects Inorganic chemistry, Cyanamide, Metal and Magnetic susceptibility in the investigation of issues within Crystal structure.
His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Carbodiimide and Nitride. Richard Dronskowski has included themes like Phonon, Thermodynamics and Physical chemistry in his Density functional theory study. His Thermodynamics research integrates issues from Ab initio and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods.
Richard Dronskowski mainly focuses on Crystallography, Crystal structure, Photocurrent, Density functional theory and Cyanamide. His Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Solid solution, Nitrogen, Covalent bond, Stoichiometry and Transition metal. He has researched Crystal structure in several fields, including Halide, Electronic structure, Infrared spectroscopy and Polar.
His Electronic structure research incorporates themes from Ionic bonding, Charge and Statistical physics. His Density functional theory study incorporates themes from Topological insulator, Molecular physics, Diffraction, Phonon and Anisotropy. His Cyanamide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scandium, Inorganic chemistry, Carbodiimide and Tilt.
Richard Dronskowski mainly investigates Transition metal, Crystallography, Oxide, Carbodiimide and Chemical physics. Richard Dronskowski works mostly in the field of Transition metal, limiting it down to concerns involving Cyanamide and, occasionally, Ion, Absorption spectroscopy, Twist, Metal and SN2 reaction. Specifically, his work in Crystallography is concerned with the study of Octahedron.
The Oxide study combines topics in areas such as Range, Bismuth, Physical chemistry, Cationic polymerization and Band gap. His research in Carbodiimide intersects with topics in Inorganic chemistry, Electrochemistry and X-ray absorption spectroscopy. His Chemical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ionic bonding, Graphite, Chemical bond and Diamond.
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Crystal orbital Hamilton populations (COHP): energy-resolved visualization of chemical bonding in solids based on density-functional calculations
Richard Dronskowski;Peter E. Bloechl.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1993)
Crystal orbital Hamilton population (COHP) analysis as projected from plane-wave basis sets.
Volker L. Deringer;Andrei L. Tchougréeff;Andrei L. Tchougréeff;Richard Dronskowski.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2011)
LOBSTER: A tool to extract chemical bonding from plane-wave based DFT
Stefan Maintz;Volker L. Deringer;Andrei L. Tchougréeff;Andrei L. Tchougréeff;Richard Dronskowski.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (2016)
Analytic projection from plane-wave and PAW wavefunctions and application to chemical-bonding analysis in solids.
Stefan Maintz;Volker L. Deringer;Andrei L. Tchougréeff;Richard Dronskowski.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (2013)
The role of vacancies and local distortions in the design of new phase-change materials.
Matthias Wuttig;Daniel Lüsebrink;Daniel Wamwangi;Wojciech We lstrok.
Nature Materials (2007)
Perovskite-related oxynitrides – Recent developments in synthesis, characterisation and investigations of physical properties
Stefan G. Ebbinghaus;Hans-Peter Abicht;Richard Dronskowski;Thomas Müller.
Progress in Solid State Chemistry (2009)
Computational Chemistry of Solid State Materials: A Guide for Materials Scientists, Chemists, Physicists and others
A stable compound of helium and sodium at high pressure
Xiao Dong;Artem R. Oganov;Alexander F. Goncharov;Elissaios Stavrou;Elissaios Stavrou.
Nature Chemistry (2017)
The Orbital Origins of Magnetism: From Atoms to Molecules to Ferromagnetic Alloys.
Gregory A. Landrum;Richard Dronskowski.
Angewandte Chemie (2000)
LOBSTER: Local orbital projections, atomic charges, and chemical-bonding analysis from projector-augmented-wave-based density-functional theory
Ryky Nelson;Christina Ertural;Janine George;Volker L. Deringer.
Journal of Computational Chemistry (2020)
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