Frisch Published in Multiple Chemistry Journals, Publications

Michael Frisch

Michael Frisch

Michael Frisch, research professor of in chemistry, is the co-author of many articles published in 2014.

They include: “Analytical harmonic vibrational frequencies for the green fluorescent protein computed with ONIOM: Chromophore mode character and its response to environment,” published in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 10, pages 751-766;

“Quantum calculations in solution for large to very large molecules: A new linear scaling QM/continuum approach,” published in the Journal of Physical Chemical Letters, 5, pages 953-958;

“Density of states guided Møller-Plesset perturbation theory,” published in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 10, pages 1,910-14;

“Practical auxiliary basis implementation of Rung 3.5 functionals,” published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, 141, 034103;

“A computational protocol for modeling thermochromic molecular crystals: salicylidene aniline as a case study,” published in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 10, pages 5,577-85;

“Assessment of low-scaling approximations to the equation of motion coupled-cluster singles and doubles equations,” the Journal of Physical Chemistry, 141, 164116;

“Quantum, classical and hybrid QM/MM calculations in solution: General implementation of the ddCOSMO linear scaling strategy,” published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, 141, 184108;

“Ab initio non-relativistic spin dynamics,” published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, 141, 214111;

And “How far do electrons delocalize?,” published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry. 141, 144104.