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Parts I – III (later)

Part IV-A pdf

  1. Particle-on-a Ring       1
  2. Transfer Matrices     27
  3. Hückel Model     49
  4. Infinite One-Dimensional Lattice     73
  5. Simple Molecular Orbital View   101

Bibliography and References    109
Exercises and Projects   110

Part IV-B

  1. Lattice Vibrations in One Dimension    121 pdf
  2. Heat Capacity and Thermal Conductivity    177
  3. Insulators, Metals, and Semiconductors    215 pdf
  4. Plasmas in Metals and Semiconductors    261
  5. Nanoscale Plasmas    323 pdf
  6. Phonon Polariton    349
  7. Plasmon Polariton    379
  8. Continuous Fields, Time Dependence, Infinite 3D    403 pdf
  9. Extension to Covariant Field Theory    421

Bibliography and References    433
Exercises and Projects   437

Appendices pdf

  1. Miscellaneous Math    447
  2. Phase and Group Velocity    453
  3. Delta Function Potentials    461
  4. Schrödinger, Heisenberg, and Interaction Pictures    469

Part V

  1. Classical Special Relativity of Material Objects 1 pdf
  2. Electrodynamics 117 pdf
  3. Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Geometric Phase 187 pdf
  4. Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics 245 pdf

Appendices pdf

  1. Phase and Group Velocity 329
  2. Classical Mechanics Including Vector Potential 337
  3. Flux Quantization in Superconductivity 343
  4. Time Reversal Symmetry and Intersection Conditions 359
  5. Classical Geometric Phase 395

 

 


Recent Theses

  1. Jaimie Stomberg (PhD 2015): An Investigation of Morphology and Transport in Amorphous Solid Water via Guest-Host Interactions pdf
  2. Stephanie McKean (PhD 2015): Energy Transfer in Amorphous Solid Water: Light-Mediated Expulsion of N2O4 Guest Molecules pdf
  3. William Schroeder (PhD 2013): Photodissociation Dynamics of Group V Hydrides pdf
  4. Jordan Fine (PhD 2012): A Multifaceted Investigation of Tris(2-Phenylpyridine)Iridium pdf
  5. Chris Nemirow (PhD 2011): Multiphoton Investigation of Tris(2-Phenylpyridine)Iridium pdf
  6. Oscar Rebolledo-Mayoral (PhD 2011): Pulsed Infrared Desorption of CO2 Guest Molecules in Amorphous Solid Water pdf
  7. Sergey Malyk (PhD 2009): Transport and Guest-Host Interactions in Amorphous and Crystalline Ice pdf
  8. Anton Zadorozhnyy (MS 2009): Energy Transfer Pathways for NO2-Rare Gas Complexes in Helium Nanodroplets pdf
  9. Lee-Ann Smith-Freeman (PhD 2009): Ultraviolet Photochemistry of the Group-V Hydrides pdf
  10. George Kumi (PhD 2007): Fourier Transform Infrared Studies of Guest-Host Interactions in Ice pdf
  11. Elena Polyakova (PhD 2005): Multiphoton Ionization of Molecules Embedded in Superfluid Liquid Helium Droplets pdf
  12. Daniil Stolyarov (PhD 2005): Unimolecular Reaction Dynamics in Helium Nanodroplets pdf

 


Publications

  1. Amorphous Solid Water: Pulsed Heating of Buried N2O4, J. Stomberg, S. McKean, C. Larson, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. C 119, 14548-14560 (2015), DOI: 10.1021/jp510861u. pdf
  2. Geometric phase and gauge connection in polyatomic molecules, C. Wittig, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14, 6409-6432, Perspective Article (2012). pdf
  3. Electronic structure of tris(2-phenylpyridine)iridium: electronically excited and ionized states, J. Fine, K. Diri, A.I. Krylov, C. Nemirow, Z. Lu, and C. Wittig, Mol. Phys. 110, 1849-1862, Herschbach Festschrift (2012).pdf
  4. Photoionization of tris(2-phenylpyridine)iridium, C. Nemirow, J. Fine, Z. Lu, K. Diri, A. I. Krylov, and C. Wittig, Mol. Phys. 110, 1893-1908, Herschbach Festschrift (2012).pdf
  5. Amorphous solid water (ASW): pulsed laser ablation of ASW/CO2 thin films, O. Rebolledo-Mayoral, J. Stomberg, S. McKean, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. C 116, 563-569 (2012).pdf
  6. Gas trapping in ice and its release upon warming, A. Bar-Nun, D. Laufer, O. Rebolledo-Mayoral, S. Malyk, H. Reisler, C. Wittig, The Science of Solar System Ices, M. S. Gudipati and J. Castillo-Rogez, Editors (Springer, New York, 2012).pdf
  7. Photon and electron spins, C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. A 113, 15320-15327, Vincenzo Aquilanti Festschrift (2010).pdf
  8. AsH2 ultraviolet photochemistry, L. A. Smith-Freeman, W. H. Schroeder, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. A 113, 2158-2164 (2009).pdf
  9. Statistics of indistinguishable particles, C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. A 113, 7244-7252, Benny Gerber Festschrift (2009).pdf
  10. Trapping and Release of CO2 guest molecules in amorphous ice, S. Malyk, G. Kumi, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. A 111, 13365-13370 (2008).pdf
  11. Effective Hamiltonian models and unimolecular decomposition, C. Wittig and I. Bezel, J. Phys. Chem. B 100, 19850-19860 (2006).pdf
  12. Amorphous solid water films: Transport and host-guest interactions with CO2 and N2O dopants, G. Kumi, S. Malyk, S. Hawkins, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. A 110, 2097-2105 (2006).pdf
  13. Multiple photon excitation and ionization of NO in and on helium droplets, E. Polyakova, D. Stolyarov, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 124, 214308 (2006).pdf
  14. Heavy hydrides: H2Te ultraviolet photochemistry, J. Underwood, D. Chastaing, S. Lee, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 84312 (2005).pdf
  15. The Landau-Zener formula, C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 8428 (2005).pdf
  16. The role of water on electron-initiated processes and radical chemistry: issues and scientific advance, B. C. Garrett, D. A. Dixon, D. M. Camaioni, D. M. Chip­man, M. A. Johnson, C. D. Jonah, G. A. Kimmel, J. H. Miller, T. N. Rescigno, P. J. Rossky, S. S. Xan­theas, S. D. Colson, A. H. Laufer, D. Ray, P. F. Barbara, D. M. Bartels, K. H. Becker, K. H. Bowen, Jr., S. E. Bradforth, I. Carmichael, J. V. Coe, L. R. Corrales, J. P. Cowin, M. Dupuis, K. B. Eisenthal, J. A. Franz, M. S. Gutow­ski, K. D. Jordan, B. D. Kay, J. A. LaVerne, S. V. Lymar, T. E. Madey, C. W. McCurdy, D. Meisel, S. Mukamel, A. R. Nilsson, T. M. Orlando, N. G. Petrik, S. M. Pimblott, J. R. Rustad, G. K. Schenter, S. J. Singer, A. Tokmakoff, L.-S. Wang, C. Wittig, and T. S. Zwier, Chem. Rev. 105, 355-389 (2005).pdf
  17. Temperature programmed desorption and infrared spectroscopic studies of thin water films on MgO(100), S. Hawkins, G. Kumi, S. Malyk, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 404, 19-24 (2005).pdf
  18. On the UV photodissociation of H2Te, A. B. Alekseyev, H.-P. Lieberman, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 121, 9389 (2004).pdf
  19. Photoexcitation of NO2 embedded in helium nanodroplets, D. Stolyarov, E. Polyakova, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 108, 9841 (2004).pdf
  20. Two-photon photodissociation of H2O via the B state, J. Underwood and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 386, 190-195 (2004).pdf
  21. Intracluster superelastic scattering via sequential photodissociation in small HI clusters, D. Chastaing, J. Underwood, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 928-938 (2003).pdf
  22. Intramolecular quantum chaos in doped helium nanodroplets, E. Polyakova, D. Stoly­arov, X. Zhang, V. V. Kresin, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 375, 253-260 (2003).pdf
  23. Intriguing near-ultraviolet photochemistry of H2Te, J. Underwood, D. Chastaing, S. Lee, P. Boothe, T. C. Flood, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 362, 483-490 (2002).pdf
  24. Growing ultracold sodium clusters by using helium nanodroplets, S. Vongehr, A. A. Scheideman, C. Wittig, and V. V. Kresin, Chem. Phys. Lett. 353, 89 (2002).pdf
  25. Rate coefficients for photoinitiated NO2 unimolecular decomposition: energy dependence in the threshold regime, D. Stolyarov, E. Polyakova, I. Bezel, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 358, 71-76 (2002).pdf
  26. Fundamental Aspects of Molecular Photochemistry, C. Wittig, Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Third Edition, (Academic Press, 2001).
  27. Survival of HCl(v= 2) in trapping-desorption from MgO(100), M. Korolik, M. M. Suchan, M. J. Johnson, D. W. Arnold, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 326, 11 (2000).pdf
  28. Photoinitiated H2CO unimolecular decomposition: accessing H + HCO products via S0 and T1 pathways, L. R. Valachovic, M. F. Tuchler, M. Dulligan, Th. Droz-Georget, M. Zyrianov, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 112, 2752 (2000).pdf
  29. Unimolecular reaction rate constants of NO2 just above D0, I. Bezel, D. Stolyarov, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 103, 10268 (1999).pdf
  30. Probing the Cl-HCl complex via bond-specific photodissociation of (HCl)2, K. Liu, A. Kolessov, J. W. Partin, I. Bezel, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 299, 374 (1999).pdf
  31. Photoinitiated unimolecular decomposition of NO2: rotational dependence of the dissociation rate, I. Bezel, P. Ionov, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 111, 9267 (1999).pdf
  32. Quenching of interconversion tunneling: the free HCl stretch first overtone of (HCl)2, K. Liu, M. Dulligan, I. Bezel, A. Kolessov, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 108, 9614 (1998).pdf
  33. Ka-mixing in the unimolecular dissociation of NO2 studied by classical dynamics calculations, S. Yu. Grebenshchikov, H. Flöthmann, R. Schinke, I. Bezel, C. Wittig, and S. Kato, Chem. Phys. Lett. 285, 410 (1998).pdf
  34. Weak interactions and photoinitiated unimolecular decomposition, K. Mikhaylichenko and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 287, 209 (1998).pdf
  35. Trapping-desorption and direct-inelastic scattering of HCl from MgO(100), M. Korolik, D. W. Arnold, M. J. Johnson, M. M. Suchan, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 284, 164 (1998).pdf
  36. The effect of translational energy on collision-induced dissociation of highly excited NO2 on MgO(100), D. W. Arnold, M. Korolik, C. Wittig, and H. Reisler, Chem. Phys. Lett. 282, 313-317 (1997).pdf
  37. HCO rotational excitation in the photoinitiated unimolecular decomposition of H2CO, M. J. Dulligan, M. F. Tuchler, J. Zhang, A. Kolessov, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 276, 84 (1997).pdf
  38. Ultrafast OH production in clusters containing N2O and HI, P. I. Ionov, S. I. Ionov, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 9457 (1997).pdf
  39. Unimolecular decomposition of rotationally excited NO2, P. Ionov, I. Bezel, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 272, 257 (1997).pdf
  40. Photodissociation of HCl at 193.3 nm: spin-orbit branching ratio, J. Zhang, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 1403 (1997).pdf
  41. Collision induced dissociation of highly excited NO2 in the gas phase and on MgO(100) surfaces, A. Sanov, D. W. Arnold, M. Korolik, H. Ferkel, C. R. Bieler, C. Capellos, C. Wittig, and H. Reisler, ACS Symposium Series 678, Highly Excited Molecules, A. S. Mullin and G. C. Schatz eds., 291-303 (1997).pdf
  42. Unimolecular decomposition pathways in NO3, K. Mikhaylichenko, C. Riehn, L. Valachovic, A. Sanov, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 105, 6807 (1996).pdf
  43. An experimental study of HF photodissociation: spin-orbit branching ratio and infrared alignment, J. Zhang, C. W. Riehn, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 104, 7027 (1996).pdf
  44. Vibronic interaction in NO3 from the 2E’ origin to the NO + O2 channel, L. R. Vala­ch­o­vic, C. Riehn, K. Mikhaylichenko, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 258, 644 (1996).pdf
  45. Unimolecular reaction rates of rotationally selected NO2, P. I. Ionov, I. Bezel, and C. Wittig; Photoinitiated reactions of several nitrogen oxides: mechanisms and timescales, 143-146; P. I. Ionov, S. I. Ionov, I. Bezel, C. Riehn, K. Mikhaylichenko, L. Valachovic, and C. Wittig, Femtochemistry: The Lausanne Conference, World Scientific (1996).pdf
  46. Dynamics of ground state bimolecular reactions, C. Wittig and A.H. Zewail, Atomic and Molecular Clusters, E. Bernstein, ed. (Oxford Press, 1996).pdf
  47. Propensities toward C2H(A2Π) in acetylene photodissociation, J. Zhang, C. Riehn, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 6815 (1995).pdf
  48. Ultraviolet photochemistry and photophysics of weakly bound (HI)2 clusters via high-n Rydberg time-of-flight spectroscopy, J. Zhang, M. Dulligan, J. Segall, Y. Wen and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 13680 (1995).pdf
  49. HNCO + hν(193.3 nm) → H + NCO: center-of-mass translational energy distribution, reaction dynamics, and D0(H-NCO), J. Zhang, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 7446 (1995).pdf
  50. Ultraviolet photophysics of hydrogen halide complexes, J. Segall, J. Zhang, M. Dulligan, R.A. Beaudet, and C. Wittig, Faraday Discuss. Chem. Soc. 97, 195 (1994).pdf
  51. Time-resolved studies of photoinitiated reactions in binary and larger (N2O)m(HI)n (m ≥ 1, n ≥ 1) complexes, S. I. Ionov, P. I. Ionov, and C. Wittig, Faraday Discuss. Chem. Soc. 97, 391 (1994).pdf
  52. Photodissociation of methanol at 193.3 nm: translational energy release spectra, Y. Wen, J. Segall, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 5665 (1994).pdf
  53. Ring opening reaction dynamics in the reaction of hydrogen atoms with ethylene oxide, S. K. Shin, R. D. Jarek, E. Böhmer, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 6615 (1994).pdf
  54. The 365 nm photon-induced dynamics of ClNO adsorbed on MgO(100), H. Ferkel, L. Hodgson, J. T. Singleton, P. M. Blass, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 9228 (1994).pdf
  55. Calculated rotational spectrum of Ar-CO from an ab initio potential energy surface: a very floppy van der waals molecule, V. Castells, N. Halberstadt, S. K. Shin, R. A. Beaudet, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 1006 (1994).pdf
  56. Molecule-surface collision induced dissociation of internally excited NO2 on MgO(100), H. Ferkel, J. T. Singleton, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 221, 447 (1994).pdf
  57. The density of reactive levels in NO2 unimolecular decomposition, S. Ionov, H. F. Davis, K. Mikhaylichenko, L. Valachovic, R. A. Beaudet, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 4809 (1994).pdf
  58. Comment on the state specific unimolecular reaction of NO2 just above the dissociation threshold, C. Wittig and S. I. Ionov, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 4714 (1994).pdf
  59. Photodissociation of ClNO adsorbed on MgO(100) surfaces, L. Hodgson, G. Ziegler, H. Ferkel, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Can. J. Chem. 72, issue honoring J. C. Polanyi, 737-744 (1994).pdf
  60. Picosecond resolution measurements of NO3 unimolecular decomposition: the NO + O2 channel, H. F. Davis, S. I. Ionov, P. I. Ionov, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Letters 215, 214 (1993).pdf
  61. Subpicosecond resolution studies of the H + CO2 → CO + OH reaction photoinitiated in CO2-HI complexes, S. I. Ionov, G. A. Brucker, C. Jaques, L. Valachovic, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 99, 6553 (1993).pdf
  62. Evidence for a cage effect in the UV photolysis of HBr in Ar-HBr: theoretical and experimental results, J. Segall, Y. Wen, R. Singer, C. Wittig, A. Garcia-Vela, and R. B. Gerber, Chem. Phys. Lett. 207, 504 (1993).pdf
  63. Reactions of hot deuterium atoms with OCS in the gas phase and in OCS-DI complexes, E. Böhmer, K. Mikhaylichenko, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 99, 6545 (1993).pdf
  64. Photoinitiated processes in complexes: subpicosecond studies of CO2-HI and stereospecificity in Ar-HX, C. Jaques, L. Valachovic, S. Ionov, E. Böhmer, Y. Wen, J. Segall, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Transactions II 89, 1419 (1993).pdf
  65. Vibrationally resolved translational energy release spectra from the ultraviolet photodissociation of methyl mercaptan, J. Segall, Y. Wen, R. Singer, M. Dulligan, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 99, 6600 (1993).pdf
  66. Probing the NO2 → NO + O transition state via time resolved unimolecular decompo­si­tion, S. I. Ionov, G. A. Brucker, C. Jaques, Y. Chen, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 99, 3420 (1993).pdf
  67. Ab initio study of the weakly bound CO-Cl2 complex, S. W. Bunte, C. Chabalowski, C. Wittig, and R. A. Beaudet, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 5864 (1993).pdf
  68. Subpicosecond OH production from photoexcited CO2-HI complexes, S. I. Ionov, G. A. Brucker, C. Jaques, L. Valachovic, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 97, 9486 (1992).pdf
  69. Reactive scattering of fast H atoms with CO2 and OCS, H. E. Cartland, S. L. Nickolaisen, and C. Wittig, Optical Methods for Time and State Resolved Chemistry, C. Y. Eng, editor, SPIE 1638, 368 (1992).pdf
  70. Time-resolved studies of NO2 photoinitiated unimolecular decom­po­sition: step-like variation of kuni(E), G. A. Brucker, S. I. Ionov, Y. Chen, and C. Wittig, Chem. Phys. Lett. 194, 301 (1992).pdf
  71. Infrared spectroscopy of CO2-D(H)Br: molecular structure and its reliability, Y. P. Zeng, S. W. Sharpe, S. K. Shin, C. Wittig, and R.A. Beaudet, J. Chem. Phys. 97, 5392 (1992).pdf
  72. CO product state distributions from the reaction O(3P) + OCS → CO + SO, S. L. Nickolaisen, H. E. Cartland, D. Veney, and C. Wittig, Optical Methods for Time and State Resolved Chemistry, C. Y. Eng, editor, SPIE 1638, 132 (1992).pdf
  73. NO2 unimolecular decomposition: step-like variation of kuni(E), G. A. Brucker, S. I. Ionov, Y. Chen, and C. Wittig, Fundamental Physics and Chemistry of Energetic Materials, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency Publication (N00014-91-C-001), CPIA 589, 85 (1992).
  74. Infrared absorption spectroscopy of the CO-Ar complex, A. R. W. McKellar, Y. P. Zeng, S. W. Sharpe, C. Wittig, and R.A. Beaudet, J. Mol. Spectroscopy 153, 475 (1992).pdf
  75. Infrared absorption spectroscopy of the weakly bonded CO-Cl2 complex, S. W. Bunte, J. B. Miller, Z. S. Huang, J. E. Verdasco, C. Wittig, and R. A. Beaudet, J. Phys. Chem. 96, 4140 (1992).pdf
  76. Photoinitiated H and D atom reactions with N2O in the gas phase and in N2O-HI and N2O-DI complexes, E. Böhmer, S. K. Shin, Y. Chen, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 97, 2536 (1992).pdf
  77. High resolution infrared diode laser spectroscopy of SO(3Σ+) in a secondary Σslit super­sonic expansion, Z. S. Huang, J. E. Verdasco, C. Wittig, and R. A. Beaudet, Chem. Phys. Lett. 192, 309 (1992).pdf
  78. Regioselective photochemistry in weakly bonded complexes, S. K. Shin, Y. Chen, E. Böhmer, and C. Wittig, The Dye Laser: 20 Years (Springer-Verlag, 1992) 57-76.
  79. CO internal excitation from the reaction: H + CO2 → CO + OH, S. Nickolaisen, H. E. Cartland, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 96, 4378 (1992).pdf
  80. State resolved simple bond fission reactions: experiment and theory, H. Reisler and C. Wittig, Advances in Kinetics and Dynamics, Vol. 1, J. R. Barker, editor (JAI Press, Greenwich, 1992), pp. 139-185.
  81. Photoinitiated reactions in weakly bonded complexes: entrance channel specifi­ci­ty, Y. Chen, G. Hoffmann, S. K. Shin, D. Oh, S. Sharpe, Y. P. Zeng, R. A. Beaudet, and C. Wittig, Advances in Molecular Vibrations and Collision Dynamics, Vol. 1, Part B, J. M. Bowman, editor (JAI Press, Greenwich, 1992) 187-229.pdf
  82. NO(X2Π) product state distributions in molecule-surface dissociative scattering: n,i-C3F7NO from MgO(100), E. Kolodney, P. S. Powers, L. Hodgson, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, Mode Selective Chemistry, J. Jortner et al., editors (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, 1991) 443-455.pdf
  83. Translational energy distribution from C2H2 + hν(193.3 nm) → C2H + H, J. Segall, Y. Wen, R. Lavi, R. Singer, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 95, 8078 (1991).pdf
  84. Photoinitiated hydrogen atom reactions in CO2-HBr complexes, S. K. Shin, C. Wittig, and W. A. Goddard III, J. Phys. Chem. 95, 8048 (1991).pdf
  85. Effect of surface temperature on the collision induced dissociation of   i‑C3F7NO scattered from MgO(100), GaAs(100) and Ag(111), P. S. Powers, E. Kolodney, L. Hodgson, G. Ziegler, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Phys. Chem. 95, 8387 (1991).pdf
  86. Photoinitiated reactions in weakly bonded complexes, S. K. Shin, Y. Chen, S. Nickolaisen, S. W. Sharpe, R. A. Beaudet, and C. Wittig, Advances in Photochemistry, Vol. 16, D. Volman, G. Hammond, and D. Neckers, editors (Wiley, 1991) 249-363.
  87. Infrared absorption spectroscopy of the CO2-Ar complex in the 2376 cm–1 combination band region: the intermolecular bend, S. W. Sharpe, D. Reifschneider, C. Wittig, and R.A. Beaudet, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 233 (1991).pdf
  88. NO(X2Π) product state distributions in molecule-surface collision induced dis­so­ci­a­tion: direct inelastic scattering of n,i‑C3F7NO with MgO(100) at Eincident ≤ 7.0 eV, E. Kolod­ney, P. S. Powers, L. Iwata, H. Reisler, and C. Wittig, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 2330 (1991).pdf
  89. Molecule-surface collision induced dissociation of neutral polyatomics: product state resolution, mechanisms and excitations at Eincident < 7.5 eV, C. Wittig, E. Kolodney, P. S. Powers, L. Iwata, H. Reisler, and C. Capellos, JANNAF Proceedings (1990). Mole­cule-surface collision induced excitation and dissociation: n,i‑C3F7NO, C6F5NO, 2-methyl, 5-vinyl tetrazole, and C(NO2)4 with MgO(100) surfaces at Eincident ≤ 7.5 eV, E. Kolodney, P. S. Powers, L. Iwata, H. Reisler, C. Wittig, I. B. Mishra, and C. Capellos, Proceedings of the IXth International Symposium on Detonation, OCNR 113291-7, pp. 1084-1098 (1990).
  90. Entrance channel stereospecificity of photoinitiated H atom reactions in weakly bonded complexes, S. K. Shin, Y. Chen, D. Oh, and C. Wittig, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 332, 361 (1990).
  91. Infrared absorption spectroscopy of CO2-HX complexes using the CO2 asymmetric stretch chromophore: CO2-HF(DF) and CO2-HCl(DCl) linear and CO2-HBr bent equilibrium geometries, S. W. Sharpe, Y. P. Zeng, C. Wittig, and R. A. Beaudet, J. Chem. Phys. 92, 943 (1990).pdf
  92. Photoinitiated reactions of H atoms with CO2: OH(v=0) rotational excitation from the 239 nm photolysis of CO2-HI complexes, G. Hoffmann, D. Oh, Y. Chen, Y. M. Engel, and C. Wittig, Israel J. Chem. 30, 115 (1990).pdf
  93. Infrared absorption spectroscopy of gas phase N2O-HX (X = F, Cl, Br) weakly bonded complexes utilizing the N2O ν3 chromophore, Y. P. Zeng, S. Sharpe, D. Reifschneider, C. Wittig, and R.A. Beaudet, J. Chem. Phys. 93, 183 (1990).pdf

 

 

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