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Search Publications by: Heman Gharibnejad (Assoc)

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A Multi-Center Quadrature Scheme for the Molecular Continuum

June 1, 2021
Barry I. Schneider, Heman Gharibnejad, nicholas douguet, Luca Argenti, Jeppe Olsen
A common way to evaluate electronic integrals for polyatomic molecules is to use Becke's partitioning scheme [\colorblue}J. Chem. Phys. \bf 88}, 2547 (1988)}] in conjunction with multi- center grids of comparable size. Becke's scheme, however, is efficient

Numerical methods every atomic and molecular theorist should know

December 16, 2019
Barry I. Schneider, Heman Gharibnejad
This review article discusses a few theoretical and numerical approaches that have been successfully used to treat electron scattering and photoionization of atoms and molecules and the interaction of those systems with intense, short-pulse electromagnetic

Jovian Auroral Ion Precipitation: X-Ray Production from Oxygen and Sulfur Precipitation

December 9, 2019
Heman Gharibnejad, David Schultz, Thomas Cravens, Stephen Houston, W. R. Dunn, D. K. Haggerty, A. M. Rymer, B. H. Mauk, N. Ozak
Many attempts have been made to model X-ray emission from both bremsstrahlung and ion precipitation into Jupiter’s polar caps. Electron bremsstrahlung modeling has fallen short of producing the total overall power output observed by earth-orbit-based X-ray

Data for secondary electron production from ion precipitation at Jupiter II: Simultaneous and non-simultaneous target and projectile processes in collisions of Oq+ + H2 (q=0-8)

March 15, 2019
David R. Schultz, Heman Gharibnejad, Thomas Cravens, Stephen Houston
To improve the physical completeness of the data previously calculated [Schultz et al. ADNDT 113, 1 (2016)] to enable modeling of the effects of secondary electrons produced by energetic ion precipitation at Jupiter, we extend the treatment to include