A unique Jahn-Teller mechanism of all the symmetry breakings in molecular systems and condensed matter.
Antilinear particle-hole conjugations operators in Jahn -Teller theory.
Renner-Teller interaction matrices and Green's function formalism. Tunneling in Jahn-Teller systems and multidimensional WKB approximation. Tunneling path and ground state crossover in linear and quadratic Jahn-Teller systems.
Nonadiabatic coupling: general features and relation to molecular properties.
Jahn-Teller effect in the excited state: anomalous temperature dependenceof the zero-phonon line. Critical dependence of multiphonon transitions on interaction strengthand temperature. Combined Jahn-Teller and pseudo Jahn-Teller effects in the benzeneradical cation.
Vibronic interactions and Jahn-Teller effects in charged hydrocarbons.
Cage structure distortion of fullerenes. Vibronic-induced shifts in the optical spectra of doped fullerenes.
Vibronic interactions in high nuclearity clusters. Pseudo Jahn-Teller origin of the metastable states in sodium nitroprusside.
Jahn-Teller ions in cubic crystals explored through DFT calculations.
Analysis of the EPR and Raman scattering of copper(II) doped CaO.
Diffusion in concentrated Jahn-Teller systems. Vibronic renormalization of superconductivity gaps in a two-bandmodel of cuprates.
Ground state of quantum Jahn-Teller model: selftrapping vs correlated phonon-assisted tunneling.
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