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Communication: State-to-state quantum dynamics study of the OH + CO → H + CO2 reaction in full dimensions (J = 0)
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A full dimensional state-to-state quantum dynamics study is carried out for the prototypical complex-formation OH + CO → H + CO2reaction in the ground rovibrational initial state on the Lakin-Troya-Schatz-Harding potential energy surface by using the reactant-product decoupling method. With three heavy atoms and deep wells on the reaction path, the reaction represents a huge challenge for accurate quantum dynamics study. This state-to-state calculation is the first such a study on a four-atom reaction other than the H2 + OH ↔ H2O + H and its isotope analogies. The product CO2 vibrational and rotational state distributions, and product energy partitioning information are presented for ground initial rovibrational state with the total angular momentumJ = 0.
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