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Research Output

  • 26 Article
  • 1 PhD Thesis - Research VU, graduation VU

Tight-binding approximations to time-dependent density functional theory: A fast approach for the calculation of electronically excited states

Ruger, R., van Lenthe, E., Heine, T. & Visscher, L., 9 May 2016, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 144, 18, 12 p., 184103.

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  • Vibrationally resolved UV/Vis spectroscopy with time-dependent density functional based tight binding

    Ruger, R., Niehaus, T., van Lenthe, E., Heine, T. & Visscher, L., 8 Nov 2016, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 145, p. 1-13 13 p., 184102.

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  • Electronic spectrum of UO2(2+) and [UO2Cl4]2- calculated with time-dependent density functional theory

    Pierloot, K., van Besien, E., van Lenthe, E. & Baerends, E. J., 2007, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 126, 19, p. 194311

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  • Spin-orbit relativistic time dependent density functional theory calculations for the description of core electron excitations: TiCl4 case study

    Fronzoni, G., Stener, M., Decleva, P., Wang, F., Ziegler, T., van Lenthe, E. & Baerends, E. J., 2005, In : Chemical Physics Letters. 416, 1-3, p. 56-63

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  • Activities

    • 1 Lecture / Presentation