Analytical solutions for the dynamic Kerr effect: Linear response of polar and polarizable

Dejardin, J.L.; Dejardin, P.M.; Kalmykov, Yu. P.
July 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/8/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p508
Academic Journal
Reports on the derivation of the infinite hierarchy of differential-recurrence relations for ensemble averages of the spherical harmonics pertaining to the noninertial rotational Brownian motion of an ensemble of polar and anisotropically polarizable molecules in a strong external direct current electric field. Use of averaging of the underlying Langevin equation.


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