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The first unified treatment of experimental and theoretical advances in low-temperature chemistry Chemical Dynamics at Low Temperatures is a landmark publication. For the first time, the cumulative results of twenty years of experimental and theoretical research into low-temperature chemistry have been collected and presented in a unified treatment. The result is a text/reference that both offers an overview of the subject and contains sufficient detail to guide practicing researchers toward fertile ground for future research. Topics covered include:* Developmental history* Formulation of general problems and the main approximations used to solve them* Specific features of tunneling chemical dynamics* One-dimensional tunneling in the path integral formalism* Special problems of two- and multidimensional tunneling* An extended presentation of pertinent experimental results
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