Virtual transitions in nonadiabatic condensed-phase reactions

Julian S. Joseph, William Bialek
1993 The Journal of Physical Chemistry  
The right-hand side of Eq. 16 should be multiplied by (iuo4/16u)"12. For the example given in Fig. 2 , this factor has the numerical value -0.7 at room temperature and -0.4 at T = 10 K. The factor S"4, which is generally close to unity, should be replaced by S'4 in the order of magnitude expression following Eqs. 15-20 and in Eq. 36. No other statements in the paper are affected by this change. Derivations of the virtual rate expressions for the mode-specific case at small and large energy
more » ... d large energy denominator, including this correction, are given in Joseph,
doi:10.1021/j100115a028 fatcat:gsg6ga6hijezdbil65u42u42qq