His scientific interests lie mostly in Density functional theory, Electronic structure, Condensed matter physics, Atomic physics and Wave function. His study of Hybrid functional is a part of Density functional theory. His Electronic structure research includes themes of Chemical physics, Dipole, Monolayer, Physical chemistry and Ion.
His Condensed matter physics research focuses on subjects like Coupling constant, which are linked to Exchange interaction and Inductive coupling. His Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electronic correlation, Ionization energy, Atomic orbital and Absorption spectroscopy. His Wave function study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bond length, Gaussian and Data mining.
Richard L. Martin mainly investigates Density functional theory, Atomic physics, Electronic structure, Condensed matter physics and Excited state. Richard L. Martin is involved in the study of Density functional theory that focuses on Hybrid functional in particular. His Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ionization, Molecule and Atomic orbital.
His Electronic structure research integrates issues from Chemical physics, Electronic correlation, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Ground state and Band gap. Richard L. Martin focuses mostly in the field of Chemical physics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Polymer and, in certain cases, Nanotechnology. He studies Excited state, focusing on Photoexcitation in particular.
His main research concerns Density functional theory, Porous medium, Nanotechnology, Absorption spectroscopy and Physical chemistry. His Density functional theory research incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Electronic structure, Chemical physics and Atomic orbital. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Electronic structure, focusing on Spectroscopy and, on occasion, Transition metal.
His Atomic orbital study incorporates themes from Strongly correlated material, Wave function, Atomic physics, Hubbard model and Molecular physics. His study focuses on the intersection of Porous medium and fields such as Adsorption with connections in the field of Zeolite and Chemical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Porosity, Molecule and Metal-organic framework, Zeolitic imidazolate framework.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Porous medium, Density functional theory, Physical chemistry and Absorption spectroscopy. Richard L. Martin has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Porosity, Work and Metal-organic framework, Zeolitic imidazolate framework. His work in Porous medium addresses issues such as Adsorption, which are connected to fields such as Zeolite.
A large part of his Density functional theory studies is devoted to Hybrid functional. The K-edge study combines topics in areas such as Atomic physics, Electronic structure and Atomic orbital. His study in Molecular physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Exciton, Quantum mechanics, Singlet state, Invariant and Polaron.
NATURAL TRANSITION ORBITALS
Richard L. Martin.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
Energy band gaps and lattice parameters evaluated with the Heyd-Scuseria-Ernzerhof screened hybrid functional.
Jochen Heyd;Juan E. Peralta;Gustavo E. Scuseria;Richard L. Martin.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2005)
Revised Basis Sets for the LANL Effective Core Potentials.
Lindsay E. Roy;P. Jeffrey Hay;Richard L. Martin.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation (2008)
Correction: Corrigendum: Kinetically tuned dimensional augmentation as a versatile synthetic route towards robust metal–organic frameworks
Dawei Feng;Kecheng Wang;Zhangwen Wei;Ying-Pin Chen.
Nature Communications (2015)
Controlling Schottky energy barriers in organic electronic devices using self-assembled monolayers.
I. H. Campbell;S. Rubin;T. A. Zawodzinski;J. D. Kress.
Physical Review B (1996)
In silico screening of carbon-capture materials
Li-Chiang Lin;Adam H. Berger;Richard L. Martin;Jihan Kim.
Nature Materials (2012)
CONTROLLING CHARGE INJECTION IN ORGANIC ELECTRONIC DEVICES USING SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS
I. H. Campbell;J. D. Kress;R. L. Martin;D. L. Smith.
Applied Physics Letters (1997)
Ab initio quantum chemistry using the density matrix renormalization group
Steven R. White;Richard L. Martin.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1999)
Hydrolysis of ferric ion in water and conformational equilibrium
Richard L. Martin;P. Jeffrey Hay;Lawrence R. Pratt.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (1998)
Covalency in f-element complexes
Michael L. Neidig;David L. Clark;Richard L. Martin.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2013)
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