Other aspects of physical chemistry that studies discuss include atmospheric spectroscopy and photochemistry at environmental water interfaces, single-photon sources in atomically thin materials, the ultrafast dynamic microscopy of carrier and exciton transport, multi-reference theories of electron correlation based on the driven similarity renormalization group
, chiral plasmonic nanostructures enabled by bottom-up approaches, and optical and physical probing of thermal processes in semiconductor and plasmonic nanocrystals.
(25.) Yakhot, V and Orszag, S.A., "Renormalization Group
Analysis of Turbulence.
RANS based turbulence modeling was undertaken in a steady-state framework using the Renormalization Group
Therory (RNG) two equation (k-[epsilon]) model.
The RNG model is developed using renormalization group
(RNG) methods to solve the Navier-Stokes equations, to account for the effects of smaller scales of motion.
In addition, it can be seen from Figure 1 that the change in sound velocity becomes frequency-independent as one approaches to critical value of the reduced temperature and this behavior is in parallel with the findings of the molecular field theory [17, 49], dynamical renormalization group
theory for the propagation of sound near the continuous structural phase transitions , and Brillouin scattering studies of [A.sub.2]M[X.sub.6]-crystals .
(RNG) k-[epsilon] model was used for turbulence.
The article "Renormalization Group
Equation for Tsallis Statistics" investigates the scaling properties of thermofractals through the renormalization group
equation, known as Callan-Symanzik equation.
The Kondo problem belongs to the same universality class where the renormalization group
equations are given by the same equations for the 2D sine-Gordon model [20-27].
Watts, "Renormalization group
analysis of the small-world network model," Physics Letters A, vol.
The nonlinear extension of Balser-Kostov's statements has been requested by our investigation of renormalization group
(RG) flow equation over probability measures in [R.sup.N], starting from a measure restricted to the sphere [S.sup.N-1] of radius [square root of N], as N goes to [infinity].