Giovanni Garberoglio
Giovanni Garberoglio
Researcher at ECT*, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento (Italy)
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TitleCited byYear
Adsorption of gases in metal organic materials: comparison of simulations and experiments
G Garberoglio, AI Skoulidas, JK Johnson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (27), 13094-13103, 2005
3872005
Experimental and theoretical studies of gas adsorption in Cu3 (BTC) 2: an effective activation procedure
J Liu, JT Culp, S Natesakhawat, BC Bockrath, B Zande, SG Sankar, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (26), 9305-9313, 2007
2532007
Computer simulation of the adsorption of light gases in covalent organic frameworks
G Garberoglio
Langmuir 23 (24), 12154-12158, 2007
1562007
Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks for separation of binary mixtures of CO2, CH4, N2 and H2: a computer simulation investigation
A Battisti, S Taioli, G Garberoglio
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 143 (1), 46-53, 2011
1222011
Potential energy surface for interactions between two hydrogen molecules
K Patkowski, W Cencek, P Jankowski, K Szalewicz, JB Mehl, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 129, 094304, 2008
1102008
Quantitative protein dynamics from dominant folding pathways
M Sega, P Faccioli, F Pederiva, G Garberoglio, H Orland
Physical review letters 99 (11), 118102, 2007
732007
Adsorption and diffusion of hydrogen and methane in 2D covalent organic frameworks
G Garberoglio, R Vallauri
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 116 (1-3), 540-547, 2008
542008
Water in Contact with Magnetite Nanoparticles, as Seen from Experiments and Computer Simulations
E Tombácz, A Hajdú, E Illés, K László, G Garberoglio, P Jedlovszky
Langmuir 25 (22), 13007-13014, 2009
462009
Quantum sieving in single-walled carbon nanotubes: Effect of interaction potential and rotational-translational coupling
G Garberoglio, MM DeKlavon, JK Johnson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (4), 1733-1741, 2006
462006
Hydrogen Isotope Separation in Carbon Nanotubes: Calculation of Coupled Rotational and Translational States at High Densities
G Garberoglio, JK Johnson
ACS nano 4 (3), 1703-1715, 2010
432010
Heavy quark bound states in a quark–gluon plasma: Dissociation and recombination
JP Blaizot, D De Boni, P Faccioli, G Garberoglio
Nuclear Physics A 946, 49-88, 2016
422016
Improved First-Principles Calculation of the Third Virial Coefficient of Helium
G Garberoglio, MR Moldover, AH Harvey
J. Res. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol.(US), 2011
412011
First-Principles Calculation of the Third Virial Coefficient of Helium
G Garberoglio, A HarveyC
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology …, 2009
372009
Three-body nonadditive potential for argon with estimated uncertainties and third virial coefficient
W Cencek, G Garberoglio, AH Harvey, MO McLinden, K Szalewicz
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 117 (32), 7542-7552, 2013
282013
Second virial coefficients of H2 and its isotopologues from a six-dimensional potential
G Garberoglio, P Jankowski, K Szalewicz, AH Harvey
The Journal of chemical physics 137 (15), 154308, 2012
282012
OBGMX: A web‐based generator of GROMACS topologies for molecular and periodic systems using the universal force field
G Garberoglio
Journal of computational chemistry 33 (27), 2204-2208, 2012
282012
Modeling flexibility in metal–organic frameworks: comparison between density-functional tight-binding and universal force field approaches for bonded interactions
G Garberoglio, S Taioli
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 163, 215-220, 2012
272012
Path-integral calculation of the third virial coefficient of quantum gases at low temperatures
G Garberoglio, AH Harvey
The Journal of chemical physics 134, 134106, 2011
272011
Boltzmann bias grand canonical Monte Carlo
G Garberoglio
The Journal of chemical physics 128, 134109, 2008
272008
Structural and thermodynamic properties of different phases of supercooled liquid water
P Jedlovszky, LB Pártay, AP Bartók, VP Voloshin, NN Medvedev, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 128, 244503, 2008
262008
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