Martin Cizek
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Quantum Dynamics of Photoinduced Electron-Transfer Reactions in Dye− Semiconductor Systems: First-Principles Description and Application to Coumarin 343− TiO2
I Kondov, M Čížek, C Benesch, H Wang, M Thoss
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (32), 11970-11981, 2007
Experimental results for H2 formation from H− and H and implications for first star formation
H Kreckel, H Bruhns, M Čížek, SCO Glover, KA Miller, X Urbain, DW Savin
Science 329 (5987), 69-71, 2010
Theory of vibrationally inelastic electron transport through molecular bridges
M Čížek, M Thoss, W Domcke
Physical Review B 70 (12), 125406, 2004
Nuclear dynamics of the H collision complex beyond the local approximation: associative detachment and dissociative attachment to rotationally and vibrationally excited molecules
M Cizek, J Horácek, W Domcke
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 31 (11), 2571, 1998
Dissociative electron attachment and vibrational excitation of by low-energy electrons: Calculations based on an improved nonlocal resonance model
J Horáček, M Čížek, K Houfek, P Kolorenč, W Domcke
Physical Review A 70 (5), 052712, 2004
Inelastic low-energy electron collisions with the HBr and DBr molecules: Experiment and theory
M Čížek, J Horáček, AC Sergenton, DB Popović, M Allan, W Domcke, ...
Physical Review A 63 (6), 062710, 2001
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
Vibronic effects in single molecule conductance: First-principles description and application to benzenealkanethiolates between gold electrodes
C Benesch, M Cizek, J Klimeš, I Kondov, M Thoss, W Domcke
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (26), 9880-9890, 2008
Experimental and Theoretical Evidence for Long-Lived Molecular Hydrogen Anions and
R Golser, H Gnaser, W Kutschera, A Priller, P Steier, A Wallner, M Čížek, ...
Physical review letters 94 (22), 223003, 2005
Vibronic effects on resonant electron conduction through single molecule junctions
C Benesch, M Čížek, M Thoss, W Domcke
Chemical physics letters 430 (4-6), 355-360, 2006
Associative detachment, dissociative attachment, and vibrational excitation of HCl by low-energy electrons
M Čížek, J Horáček, W Domcke
Physical Review A 60 (4), 2873, 1999
Low-energy electron scattering from molecules, biomolecules and surfaces
P Carsky, R Curik
CRC Press, 2011
Vibrational excitation of hydrogen fluoride by low-energy electrons: theory and experiment
M Cizek, J Horácek, M Allan, II Fabrikant, W Domcke
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular And Optical Physics 36 (13), 2837, 2003
Electron scattering in cooled HCl: boomerang structures and outer-well resonances in elastic and vibrational excitation cross sections
M Allan, M Cízek, J Horácek, W Domcke
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 33 (6), L209, 2000
Charge transport through a flexible molecular junction
M Čížek, M Thoss, W Domcke
Czechoslovak Journal of Physics 55, 189-202, 2005
Motor effect in electron transport through a molecular junction with torsional vibrations
IA Pshenichnyuk, M Čížek
Physical Review B 83 (16), 165446, 2011
Resonances and dissociative electron attachment in hnco
M Zawadzki, M Čížek, K Houfek, R Čurík, M Ferus, S Civiš, J Kočišek, ...
Physical review letters 121 (14), 143402, 2018
Isotope effect for associative detachment:
KA Miller, H Bruhns, M Čížek, J Eliášek, R Cabrera-Trujillo, H Kreckel, ...
Physical Review A 86 (3), 032714, 2012
Generalization of the nonlocal resonance model for low-energy electron collisions with hydrogen halides: the variable threshold exponent
J Horáček, M Čížek, W Domcke
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 100, 31-35, 1998
Calculation of rate constants for dissociative attachment of low-energy electrons to hydrogen halides HCl, HBr, and HI and their deuterated analogs
K Houfek, M Čížek, J Horáček
Physical Review A 66 (6), 062702, 2002
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