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Ray, Jyotirmoy and Ramesh, Sai G (2018) Conical intersections involving the lowest (1)pi sigma* state in aniline: Role of the NH2 group. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 515 . pp. 77-87.

Ghosh, Jayanta and Bhaumik, Suman and Bhattacharya, Atanu (2018) Comparison of internal conversion dynamics of azo and azoxy energetic moieties through the (S-1/S-0)(CI) conical Intersection: An ab initio multiple spawning study. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 513 . pp. 221-229.

Ghosh, Jayanta and Banerjee, Shaibal and Bhattacharya, Atanu (2017) AIMS simulation study of ultrafast electronically nonadiabatic chemistry of methyl azide and UV-VIS spectroscopic study of azido-based energetic plasticizer bis(1,3-diazido prop-2-yl)malonate. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 494 . pp. 78-89.

Athokpam, Bijyalaxmi and Ramesh, Sai G and McKenzie, Ross H (2017) Effect of hydrogen bonding on the infrared absorption intensity of OH stretch vibrations. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 488 . pp. 43-54.

Chandra, Sankhabrata and Rana, Bhaskar and Periyasamy, Ganga and Bhattacharya, Atanu (2016) On the ultrafast charge migration dynamics in isolated ionized halogen, chalcogen, pnicogen, and tetrel bonded clusters. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 472 . pp. 61-71.

Ghosh, Jayanta and Bhattacharya, Atanu (2016) Prediction of electronically nonadiabatic decomposition mechanisms of isolated gas phase nitrogen-rich energetic salt: Guanidium-triazolate. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 464 . pp. 26-39.

Bera, Anupam and Maroo, Sonal and Bhattacharya, Atanu (2015) Electronically nonadiabatic decomposition mechanisms of clusters of zinc and dimethylnitramine. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 446 . pp. 47-56.

Pandey, Rishikesh and Umapathy, Siva (2014) Solvent-induced changes on the polarity of the triplet excited state of 2-chlorothioxanthone: From time-resolved absorption and resonance Raman spectroscopies. In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 428 . pp. 175-180.

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