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Volume 160,
Issue 14,
14 April 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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Juan A. Anta, Gerko Oskam et al.
Metal halide perovskites have brought about a disruptive shift in the field of third-generation photovoltaics. Their potential as remarkably efficient solar cell absorbers was first demonstrated in ...
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Heterogeneous photocatalysis is an important research problem relevant to a variety of sustainable energy technologies. However, obtaining high photocatalytic efficiency from visible light absorbing ...
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Junwu Chen, Philippe Schwaller
Graph neural networks (GNNs) have demonstrated promising performance across various chemistry-related tasks. However, conventional graphs only model the pairwise connectivity in molecules, failing to ...
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Yafu Guan, Qun Chen et al.
A diabatic potential energy matrix (DPEM) for the two lowest states of BeH 2 + has been constructed using the combined-hyperbolic-inverse-power-representation (CHIPR) method. By ...
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Shih-Kuang (Alex) Lee, Sun-Ting Tsai et al.
Detecting and analyzing the local environment is crucial for investigating the dynamical processes of crystal nucleation and shape colloidal particle self-assembly. Recent developments in machine ...
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S. Wagner, G. Kahl et al.
Among lattice configurations of densely packed hard ellipses, Monte Carlo simulations are used to identify the so-called parallel and diagonal lattices as the two favorable states. The free energies ...
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