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Proceedings of the 240 Conference : science's great challenges, edited by Aaron R. Dinner

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Proceedings of the 240 Conference : science's great challenges
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Proceedings of the 240 Conference
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science's great challenges
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edited by Aaron R. Dinner
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eng
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"Based on the '240' Conference held at the University of Chicago in September of 2012, this special volume of The Advances in Chemical Physics series celebrates scientific research contributions and careers of R. Stephen Berry, Stuart A. Rice and Joshua Jortner"--
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541/.2
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QD455.5
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2012
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240 Conference
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • 1931-2020
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  • Dinner, Aaron R.
  • Berry, R. Stephen
  • Rice, Stuart Alan
  • Jortner, Joshua
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Advances in chemical physics
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157
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  • Chemistry, Physical and theoretical
  • Research
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • Chemistry, Physical and theoretical
  • Research
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Proceedings of the 240 Conference : science's great challenges, edited by Aaron R. Dinner
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE 240 CONFERENCE: SCIENCE'S GREAT CHALLENGES: ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL PHYSICS VOLUME 157; EDITORIAL BOARD; CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME 157; PREFACE; SESSIONS AT THE "240" CONFERENCE (SEPTEMBER 13-15, 2012); CONTENTS; Part I The Emergence and Breakdown of Complexity; 1 Features of Complexity; I. Introduction; II. The Emergence of Classical Dynamics from the Underlying Quantum Laws; A. Insight from Quantum Control Theory; III. The Emergence of Thermodynamical Phenomena; A. The Quantum Otto Cycle; B. Quantum Dynamics of the Working Medium; C. Quantum Thermodynamics
  • D. The Quantum TricycleE. The Third Law of Thermodynamics; IV. Perspective; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 2 Exploring Quantum-Classical Boundary; I. Motivation; II. Development of Experimental Tools; III. Toward the Quantum-Classical Boundary; Acknowledgements; References; Discussion; 3 Transition from Atoms to Clusters to Condensed Matter; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 4 Free Energies of Staging a Scenario and Perpetual Motion Machines of the Third Kind; I. Introduction; II. Perpetual Motion Machines of the Third Kind; III. The Free Energy Cost of Staging A Scenario
  • A.A Trivial Scenario: Protein FoldingB. Staging Free Energy; IV. Near PM3 Processes; V. Energy Sources for Staging; VI. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 5 Finite-Time Thermodynamics Tools to Analyze Dissipative Processes; I. Introduction; II. Tricycles; III. Thermodynamic Length; IV. Work Deficiency; V. Accounting for Staging Free Energy with Network Thermodynamics; VI. Conclusion; References; 6 New Types of Complexity in Chemical Kinetics: Intersections, Coincidences, and Special Symmetrical Relationships; I. Introduction; II. Intersections and Coincidences
  • III. Dual Experiments and Joint KineticsIV. Conclusions; References; 7 Opportunities in the Area of Noise in Biological Reaction Networks; I. Inferring Regulatory Relationships from Noise; II. Noise that is Integral to Biological Function; III. Energy Use; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 8 Thermodynamic Approach to Chemical Networks; I. Introduction; II. The Classical Setting; III. Thermodynamic Signatures and Their Limitations; IV. Mesoscopic-Level Description; V. Stochastic Thermodynamics; VI. Dynamical Systems as Networks; VII. Information Processing; VIII. Conclusions
  • AcknowledgmentsReferences; 9 On the Emergence of Simple Structures in Complex Phenomena: Concepts and Some Numerical Examples; I. Introduction: Structures in "Spectra of Numbers" Motto: Simplex Sigillum Veri [1]; II. Statistical Properties of Numbers and Spectra; III. Structures in Time-Dependent Dynamics; IV. Conclusions and Outlook; Acknowledgment; References; Discussion; 10 The Emergence of Simplicity from Complexity; References; Part II Dynamics at extremes; 11 On the Way to a Theory of Solid State Synthesis: Issues and Open Questions
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890310565
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1 online resource
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online
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9781118959619
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2014035704
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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remote
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(OCoLC)890310565
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Proceedings of the 240 Conference : science's great challenges, edited by Aaron R. Dinner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE 240 CONFERENCE: SCIENCE'S GREAT CHALLENGES: ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL PHYSICS VOLUME 157; EDITORIAL BOARD; CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME 157; PREFACE; SESSIONS AT THE "240" CONFERENCE (SEPTEMBER 13-15, 2012); CONTENTS; Part I The Emergence and Breakdown of Complexity; 1 Features of Complexity; I. Introduction; II. The Emergence of Classical Dynamics from the Underlying Quantum Laws; A. Insight from Quantum Control Theory; III. The Emergence of Thermodynamical Phenomena; A. The Quantum Otto Cycle; B. Quantum Dynamics of the Working Medium; C. Quantum Thermodynamics
  • D. The Quantum TricycleE. The Third Law of Thermodynamics; IV. Perspective; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 2 Exploring Quantum-Classical Boundary; I. Motivation; II. Development of Experimental Tools; III. Toward the Quantum-Classical Boundary; Acknowledgements; References; Discussion; 3 Transition from Atoms to Clusters to Condensed Matter; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 4 Free Energies of Staging a Scenario and Perpetual Motion Machines of the Third Kind; I. Introduction; II. Perpetual Motion Machines of the Third Kind; III. The Free Energy Cost of Staging A Scenario
  • A.A Trivial Scenario: Protein FoldingB. Staging Free Energy; IV. Near PM3 Processes; V. Energy Sources for Staging; VI. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 5 Finite-Time Thermodynamics Tools to Analyze Dissipative Processes; I. Introduction; II. Tricycles; III. Thermodynamic Length; IV. Work Deficiency; V. Accounting for Staging Free Energy with Network Thermodynamics; VI. Conclusion; References; 6 New Types of Complexity in Chemical Kinetics: Intersections, Coincidences, and Special Symmetrical Relationships; I. Introduction; II. Intersections and Coincidences
  • III. Dual Experiments and Joint KineticsIV. Conclusions; References; 7 Opportunities in the Area of Noise in Biological Reaction Networks; I. Inferring Regulatory Relationships from Noise; II. Noise that is Integral to Biological Function; III. Energy Use; Acknowledgments; References; Discussion; 8 Thermodynamic Approach to Chemical Networks; I. Introduction; II. The Classical Setting; III. Thermodynamic Signatures and Their Limitations; IV. Mesoscopic-Level Description; V. Stochastic Thermodynamics; VI. Dynamical Systems as Networks; VII. Information Processing; VIII. Conclusions
  • AcknowledgmentsReferences; 9 On the Emergence of Simple Structures in Complex Phenomena: Concepts and Some Numerical Examples; I. Introduction: Structures in "Spectra of Numbers" Motto: Simplex Sigillum Veri [1]; II. Statistical Properties of Numbers and Spectra; III. Structures in Time-Dependent Dynamics; IV. Conclusions and Outlook; Acknowledgment; References; Discussion; 10 The Emergence of Simplicity from Complexity; References; Part II Dynamics at extremes; 11 On the Way to a Theory of Solid State Synthesis: Issues and Open Questions
Control code
890310565
Extent
1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781118959619
Lccn
2014035704
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)890310565

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