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Jean-Claude Lorquet (born 19 September 1935) is a professor of Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Liège. He is member of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science and author of over 100 scientific papers.
- Theory of mass spectra.
- Study of reaction paths and of dissociation mechanisms of electronically excited molecular ions.
- Nonadiabatic interactions.
- Avoided crossings and conical intersections.
- Transition probabilities between two coupled potential energy surfaces.
- Statistical calculation of rate constants of nonadiabatic reactions.
- Validity of statistical theories of unimolecular reactions under collision-free conditions.
- Study of intramolecular vibrational energy relaxation, of phase space sampling and of unimolecular laws of decay via autocorrelation functions.
- Occurrence of quantum effects in competitive unimolecular reactions.
- "Jean-Claude Lorquet". International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science.
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