Prof. Dr. Timo Jacob

Institutsleiter

Raum: 47.1.111
Tel.:  +49 731 50-25400
Timo Jacob


Briefanschrift:

Universität Ulm
Institut für Elektrochemie
Herrn Prof. Dr. Timo Jacob
89069 Ulm

Weiterführende Informationen

  • CV

2002

Articles:

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Fritzsche, S.; Fricke, B.; Gaigalas, G.; Jacob, T. and Tomaselli, M.
Fast and reliable techniques for using Racah's algebra in many-particle physics
Com. Phys. Comm., 147(1-2):612-616
2002
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Johnson, E.; Fricke, B.; Jacob, T.; Dong, C.Z.; Fritzsche, S. and Pershina, V.
Ionization potentials and radii of neutral and ionized species of element 107 (bohrium) and 108 (hassium) from extended MCDF calculations
J. Chem. Phys., 116(5):1862-1868
2002

2001

Articles:

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Geschke, D.; Bastug, T.; Varga, S.; Jacob, T.; Fritzsche, S.; Sepp, W.-D. and Fricke, B.
Adsorption of CO on cluster models of platinum (111) - a four component relativistic density functional approach
Phys. Rev. B, 64:235411
2001
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Jacob, T.; Fricke, B.; Anton, J.; Varga, S.; Bastug, T.; Fritzsche, S. and Sepp, W.-D.
Cluster-Embedding Method to Simulate Large Cluster- and Surface Problems
Eur. Phys. J. D, 16:257-260
2001
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Dong, C.Z.; Fritzsche, S.; Gaigalas, G.; Jacob, T. and Sienkiewicz, J.E.
Theoretical Level Structure and Decay Dynamics of Nickel-like Ions: Search for Laser Lines in the Soft X-ray Domain
Phys. Scr., T92:314-316
2001
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Varga, S.; Jacob, T.; Geschke, D.; Fritzsche, S.; Sepp, W.-D.; Fricke, B. and Anton, J.
Adsorption on Surfaces Simulated by an Embedded Cluster Approach within the Relativistic Density Functional Theory
Surf. Sci., 486(3):194-202
2001
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Schulze, K.; Anton, J.; Jacob, T.; Sepp, W.-D. and Fricke, B.
Quasimolecular x-rays in the Cl16+-Ar collision system
Phys. Rev. A, :022503
2001

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Wei, W. and Jacob, T.
Strong excitonic effects in the optical properties of graphitic carbon nitride g-C3N4 from first principles
Phys. Rev. B (Editor’s suggestion), 87:085202
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