9853
EXPLORE
LATEST
ABOUT
AUTHORING AREA
PARTICIPATE
Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
Reactive Collision Dynamics in Two Dimensions
This Demonstration shows a potential energy surface and a two-dimensional projection of the reaction coordinate. The red line represents the trajectory of the reaction. When it crosses over the saddle point the reaction is successful.
Contributed by:
John A. Parkhill
and
Eric J. Sundstrom
SNAPSHOTS
DETAILS
Reference:
R. D. Levine,
Molecular Reaction Dynamics
, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
PERMANENT CITATION
"
Reactive Collision Dynamics in Two Dimensions
" from
the Wolfram Demonstrations Project
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ReactiveCollisionDynamicsInTwoDimensions/
Contributed by:
John A. Parkhill
and
Eric J. Sundstrom
Share:
Embed Interactive Demonstration
New!
Just copy and paste this snippet of JavaScript code into your website or blog to put the live Demonstration on your site.
More details »
Download Demonstration as CDF »
Download Author Code »
(preview »)
Files require
Wolfram
CDF Player
or
Mathematica
.
Related Demonstrations
More by Author
Rotation-Vibration Energy Level Transitions of a Diatomic Rotor
Whitney R. Hess and Lisa M. Goss (Idaho State University)
Rotation-Vibration Transitions of a Parallel Band of a Symmetric Rotor
Whitney R. Hess and Lisa M. Goss
Quantum Well Explorer
Richard Gass
Hydrogen and Lithium Orbitals Using a Hartree Eigenvalue Method
Nikita M. Kostylev
Schrödinger Equation for a Dirac Bubble Potential
S. M. Blinder
Low-Temperature Heat Capacity of Hydrogen Molecules
S. M. Blinder
Nodal Surfaces of Degenerate States
Michael Trott
Unsöld's Theorem
S. M. Blinder
Two-Parameter Variational Functions for the Helium Isoelectronic Series
Wai-Kee Li and S. M. Blinder
Desynchronization Dynamics of Two Coupled Oscillators
Garrett Neske
Related Topics
Chemistry
Dynamical Systems Theory
Physics
Quantum Mechanics
Browse all topics
Note: To run this Demonstration you need Mathematica 7+ or the free Mathematica Player 7EX
Download or upgrade to
Mathematica Player 7EX
I already have
Mathematica Player
or
Mathematica 7+