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Discrete path sampling

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A theoretical framework is developed for the calculation of rate constants by sampling connected pathways composed of local minima and transition states that link them together. The theory is applicable to two-state or effective two-state systems and is applied to permutational or morphological isomerization in a two-dimensional cluster of seven Lennard-Jones atoms, water clusters containing eight and nine molecules, and a cluster of 38 Lennard-Jones atoms, which exhibits a double funnel energy landscape.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-10-20

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