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Volume 161,
Issue 3,
14 July 2024

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The Journal of Chemical Physics is an international journal that publishes cutting edge research in all areas of modern physical chemistry and chemical physics. The Journal also publishes brief communications of significant new findings, perspectives on the latest advances in the field, and Special Topics.

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A new procedure for computing the time-dependent Raman scattering of molecules in the proximity of plasmonic nanoparticles (NPs) is proposed, drawing inspiration from the pioneering Lee and Heller’s ...
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This paper explores the use of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) origami structures as nanorobot components. Investigating the functional properties of DNA origami structures can facilitate the fabrication ...
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This Note describes features of the program MMC, several of which are unique to MMC, developed over the past five decades. These include sampling in three different ensembles, biased moves, and some ...
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Ordered arrays of plasmonic nanoparticles, supercrystals can lead to the formation of plasmon-polaritons. Coupling light emitters with plasmon polaritons might allow the formation of exciton–plasmon ...
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Single layer graphene (SLG) was synthesized via high-quality chemical vapor deposition (CVD) on high-quality copper and subsequently transferred onto SiO2 and on n-GaAs substrates with varying doping ...
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