# Wei-Cheng Tung, Ph.D.

## Affiliations: | 2012 | Chemistry | University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ |

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(Accurate Born-Oppenheimer Molecular Calculation with Explicitly Correlated Gaussian Function.) |

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Tung WC, Adamowicz L. (2014) Accurate potential energy curve of the LiH+ molecule calculated with explicitly correlated Gaussian functions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 140: 124315 |

Tung WC, Pavanello M, Sharkey KL, et al. (2013) Analytical energy gradient used in variational Born-Oppenheimer calculations with all-electron explicitly correlated Gaussian functions for molecules containing one Ï€ electron. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 138: 124101 |

Bubin S, Pavanello M, Tung WC, et al. (2013) Born-Oppenheimer and non-Born-Oppenheimer, atomic and molecular calculations with explicitly correlated Gaussians. Chemical Reviews. 113: 36-79 |

Tung WC, Pavanello M, Adamowicz L. (2012) Accurate potential energy curves for HeH+ isotopologues. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 137: 164305 |

Tung WC, Pavanello M, Adamowicz L. (2012) Very accurate potential energy curve of the He2+ ion. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 136: 104309 |

Tung WC, Pavanello M, Adamowicz L. (2011) Very accurate potential energy curve of the LiH molecule. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 134: 064117 |

Tung WC, Pavanello M, Adamowicz L. (2010) Accurate one-dimensional potential energy curve of the linear (H2)2 cluster. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 133: 124106 |

Pavanello M, Tung WC, Adamowicz L. (2009) How to calculate H3 better. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 131: 184106 |

Pavanello M, Tung WC, Leonarski F, et al. (2009) New more accurate calculations of the ground state potential energy surface of H(3) (+). The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 074105 |