Marco Masia
Marco Masia
Former Assistant Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, Universita' di Sassari
Verified email at enihilo.com
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Aggregation-induced dissociation of HCl (H2O) 4 below 1 K: The smallest droplet of acid
A Gutberlet, G Schwaab, Ö Birer, M Masia, A Kaczmarek, H Forbert, ...
Science 324 (5934), 1545-1548, 2009
1702009
Ethylene Carbonate−Li+:  A Theoretical Study of Structural and Vibrational Properties in Gas and Liquid Phases
M Masia, M Probst, R Rey
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (6), 2016-2027, 2004
902004
Influence of site-dependent pigment–protein interactions on excitation energy transfer in photosynthetic light harvesting
E Rivera, D Montemayor, M Masia, DF Coker
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (18), 5510-5521, 2013
872013
On ion and molecular polarization of halides in water
E Guardia, I Skarmoutsos, M Masia
Journal of chemical theory and computation 5 (6), 1449-1453, 2009
722009
On the performance of molecular polarization methods. II. Water and carbon tetrachloride close to a cation
M Masia, M Probst, R Rey
The Journal of chemical physics 123 (16), 164505, 2005
692005
The polarizable point dipoles method with electrostatic damping: Implementation on a model system
J Sala, E Guardia, M Masia
The Journal of chemical physics 133 (23), 234101, 2010
642010
Dynamical properties of confined water nanoclusters: Simulation study of hydrated zeolite NaA: Structural and vibrational properties
P Demontis, J Gulin-Gonzalez, H Jobic, M Masia, R Sale, GB Suffritti
Acs Nano 2 (8), 1603-1614, 2008
542008
Connecting Structure to Infrared Spectra of Molecular and Autodissociated HCl− Water Aggregates
M Masia, H Forbert, D Marx
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111 (49), 12181-12191, 2007
532007
Aggregation-induced chemical reactions: Acid dissociation in growing water clusters
H Forbert, M Masia, A Kaczmarek-Kedziera, NN Nair, D Marx
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (11), 4062-4072, 2011
502011
The behaviour of water confined in zeolites: molecular dynamics simulations versus experiment
P Demontis, J Gulín-González, M Masia, GB Suffritti
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 22 (28), 284106, 2010
492010
On the performance of molecular polarization methods. I. Water and carbon tetrachloride close to a point charge
M Masia, M Probst, R Rey
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (15), 7362-7378, 2004
482004
Hydrogen bonding and related properties in liquid water: A Car–Parrinello molecular dynamics simulation study
E Guardia, I Skarmoutsos, M Masia
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (29), 8926-8938, 2015
432015
Computational Study of γ-Butyrolactone and Li+/γ-butyrolactone in Gas and Liquid Phases
M Masia, R Rey
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (46), 17992-18002, 2004
432004
Ab initio based polarizable force field parametrization
M Masia
The Journal of chemical physics 128 (18), 184107, 2008
412008
Effect of temperature in a closed unstirred Belousov–Zhabotinsky system
M Masia, N Marchettini, V Zambrano, M Rustici
Chemical physics letters 341 (3-4), 285-291, 2001
402001
Mesoionic Complexes of Platinum(II) Derived from “Rollover” Cyclometalation: A Delicate Balance between Pt–C(sp3) and Pt–C(sp2) Bond Cleavage as a Result …
L Maidich, G Zuri, S Stoccoro, MA Cinellu, M Masia, A Zucca
Organometallics 32 (2), 438-448, 2013
362013
On the coupling between molecular diffusion and solvation shell exchange
KB Mřller, R Rey, M Masia, JT Hynes
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (11), 114508, 2005
362005
Polarization damping in halide–water dimers
M Masia, M Probst, R Rey
Chemical physics letters 420 (1-3), 267-270, 2006
312006
Boundary based on exchange symmetry theory for multilevel simulations. I. Basic theory
M Shiga, M Masia
The Journal of chemical physics 139 (4), 044120, 2013
272013
Estimation of partial charges in small zeolite imidazolate frameworks from density functional theory calculations
MK Rana, FG Pazzona, GB Suffritti, P Demontis, M Masia
Journal of chemical theory and computation 7 (6), 1575-1582, 2011
252011
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