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Ab initio study of the O2 binding in dicopper complexes
MF Rode, HJ Werner
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 114, 309-317, 2005
902005
Effect of chemical substituents on the energetical landscape of a molecular photoswitch: An ab initio study
MF Rode, AL Sobolewski
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 114 (44), 11879-11889, 2010
862010
Switching the conductance of a single molecule by photoinduced hydrogen transfer
C Benesch, MF Rode, M Cizek, O Rubio-Pons, M Thoss, AL Sobolewski
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (24), 10315-10318, 2009
702009
A Computational Study on the Mechanism of Intramolecular Oxo− Hydroxy Phototautomerism Driven by Repulsive πσ* State
B Chmura, MF Rode, AL Sobolewski, L Lapinski, MJ Nowak
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 112 (51), 13655-13661, 2008
702008
The importance of high-order correlation effects for the CO–CO interaction potential
M Rode, J Sadlej, R Moszynski, PES Wormer, A van der Avoird
Chemical physics letters 314 (3-4), 326-332, 1999
661999
Suppression of Angular Forces in Collisions of Non--State Transition Metal Atoms
RV Krems, J Kłos, MF Rode, MM Szczȩśniak, G Chałasiński, A Dalgarno
Physical review letters 94 (1), 013202, 2005
622005
A Bistable Molecular Switch Driven by Photoinduced Hydrogen‐Atom Transfer
L Lapinski, MJ Nowak, J Nowacki, MF Rode, AL Sobolewski
ChemPhysChem 10 (13), 2290-2295, 2009
552009
Excited‐State Intramolecular Proton Transfer: Photoswitching in Salicylidene Methylamine Derivatives
J Jankowska, MF Rode, J Sadlej, AL Sobolewski
ChemPhysChem 15 (8), 1643-1652, 2014
512014
Photophysics of Schiff bases: theoretical study of salicylidene methylamine
J Jankowska, MF Rode, J Sadlej, AL Sobolewski
ChemPhysChem 13 (18), 4287-4294, 2012
512012
Computational study on the photophysics of protonated benzene
MF Rode, AL Sobolewski, C Dedonder, C Jouvet, O Dopfer
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113 (20), 5865-5873, 2009
462009
Photophysics of inter-and intra-molecularly hydrogen-bonded systems: Computational studies on the pyrrole–pyridine complex and 2 (2′-pyridyl) pyrrole
MF Rode, AL Sobolewski
Chemical Physics 347 (1-3), 413-421, 2008
382008
Ultrafast dynamics of the ESIPT photoswitch N-(3-pyridinyl)-2-pyridinecarboxamide
H Böhnke, J Bahrenburg, X Ma, K Röttger, C Näther, MF Rode, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (4), 2646-2655, 2018
292018
7-Hydroxyquinoline-8-carbaldehydes. 1. Ground-and excited-state long-range prototropic tautomerization
V Vetokhina, J Nowacki, M Pietrzak, MF Rode, AL Sobolewski, J Waluk, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 117 (38), 9127-9146, 2013
252013
Photophysical properties of betaxanthins: miraxanthin V–insight into the excited-state deactivation mechanism from experiment and computations
S Niziński, M Wendel, MF Rode, D Prukała, M Sikorski, S Wybraniec, ...
RSC advances 7 (11), 6411-6421, 2017
242017
Effect of chemical substitutions on photo-switching properties of 3-hydroxy-picolinic acid studied by ab initio methods
MF Rode, AL Sobolewski
The Journal of Chemical Physics 140 (8), 084301, 2014
222014
Interactions of transition metal atoms with He
J Kłos, MF Rode, JE Rode, G Chałasiński, MM Szcześniak
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 2004
222004
Electronic Spectra and Reversible Photoisomerization of Protonated Naphthalenes in Solid Neon
I Garkusha, A Nagy, J Fulara, MF Rode, AL Sobolewski, JP Maier
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 117 (2), 351-360, 2013
202013
Excited state intramolecular proton transfer in hydroxyanthraquinones: Toward predicting fading of organic red colorants in art
JA Berenbeim, S Boldissar, S Owens, MR Haggmark, G Gate, FM Siouri, ...
Science advances 5 (9), eaaw5227, 2019
192019
Ab initio study on the excited state proton transfer mediated photophysics of 3-hydroxy-picolinic acid
MF Rode, AL Sobolewski
Chemical Physics 409, 41-48, 2012
172012
The (H2O) 2CO ternary complex: cyclic or linear?
MF Rode, J Sadlej
Chemical physics letters 342 (1-2), 220-230, 2001
172001
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