We invite you to read a new publication using Q-N , photoionisation module

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Quantemol team is proud to announce a new publication done by our customer using Quantemol-N software, photoionisation calculation module:
Formation of CN−, C3N−, and C5N− Molecules by Radiative Electron Attachment and their Destruction by Photodetachment
Marjan Khamesian, Nicolas Douguet, Samantha Fonseca dos Santos, Olivier Dulieu, Maurice Raoult, Will J. Brigg, and Viatcheslav Kokoouline
Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 123001 – Published 13 September 2016

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GEC 2016 in Bochum how it was

Many thanks to organisers of GEC meeting in Bochum and providing us with a stand and great location as well as very friendly meeting atmosphere!

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QuantemolDB.com is live!

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The Quantemol team is delighted to release the plasma chemistry database QDB to the world!

We are very excited and looking forward to your feedback and contributions. It is a community targeted project and the QDB mission is to provide plasma chemistry data solutions to meet the ever-changing demands of industrial and academic plasma modelling research.

In order to check out and review QDB, you just need to register which is FREE of charge. 
Just follow this link: www.quantemolDB.com

Here is also a link to the QDB brochure with more details.
If you want to gain access to chemistry sets assembled for you by the Quantemol team, you will need to subscribe; please contact us on sales@quantemol.com.


Quantemol presenting at IWPEEA in Liverpool

Quantemol team presented at International Workshop on Plasmas for energy and Environmental applications (IWPEEA) in Liverpool 21-24 August 2016.
We are very grateful to organisers for giving us an opportunity to talk about recent research including Quantemol database (QDB).
Here you can find presentation slides “QDB: A sustainable database for plasma chemistries” and a poster “Electron Impact Dissociation of Ground and Metastable States of O2 Molecule”.

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