Raymond Bair, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1978-1982 Chemistry California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
 1982- Math Computer Science Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, United States 
Area:
high performance computing
Website:
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/~bair/
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Kowalski K, Bair R, Bauman NP, et al. (2021) From NWChem to NWChemEx: Evolving with the Computational Chemistry Landscape. Chemical Reviews
Catlett C, Allcock WE, Andrews P, et al. (2008) TeraGrid: Analysis of organization, system architecture, and middleware enabling new types of applications Advances in Parallel Computing. 16: 225-249
Harrison R, Bair R. (1993) Introduction: Parallel Computing in Chemical Physics Theoretica Chimica Acta. 84: 255-256
Dunning TH, Harding LB, Bair RA, et al. (1986) Theoretical studies of the energetics and mechanisms of chemical reactions: Abstraction reactions Journal of Physical Chemistry. 90: 344-356
Bair RA, Dunning TH. (1985) Theoretical studies of the reactions of HCN with atomic hydrogen The Journal of Chemical Physics. 82: 2280-2294
Harding LB, Wagner AF, Bair RA, et al. (1983) THEORETICAL STUDIES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF IMPORTANCE IN FLAMES Brookhaven National Laboratory (Report) Bnl. 74-76
Bair RA, Goddard WA. (1982) Ab initio studies of the structures of peroxides and peroxy radicals Journal of the American Chemical Society. 104: 2719-2724
Bair RA, Goddard WA. (1980) Ab initio studies of the x-ray absorption edge in copper complexes. I. Atomic Cu2+ and Cu(ii)Cl2 Physical Review B. 22: 2767-2776
Bair RA, Goddard WA. (1978) Theoretical studies of the ground and excited states of a model of the active site in oxidized and reduced rubredoxin Journal of the American Chemical Society. 100: 5669-5676
Bair RA, Goddard WA. (1977) Theoretical studies of the oxidized and reduced states of a model for the active site of rubredoxin. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 99: 3505-7
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