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81. Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of phosphate anions: Adsorption on silver, gold, and copper electrodes
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 11/6/1997
Authors: G Niaura, Adolfas Kastytis Gaigalas, V L. Vilker

82. Temperature Dependence of Electron Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mineralized in Listeria Innocua Protein Cages
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 10/16/2012
Author: Robert J. Usselman
Abstract: Electron magnetic resonance (EMR) spectroscopy was used to determine the magnetic properties of maghemite (gamma-F^de^2O^d3^) nanoparticles formed within size-constraining {I}Listeria innocua{/I} Dps protein cages that have an inner diameter of 5 nm. ...

83. Terahertz Mobility Measurements on P3HT Films: Device Comparison, Molecular Weight and Film Processing Effects
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 1/17/2008
Authors: Okan Esenturk, Joseph S Melinger
Abstract: We report the first direct comparison of relative carrier mobilities in semiconducting organic polymer films measured using non-contact optical pump terahertz probe spectroscopy to those reported in electrical device studies. Relative transient sign ...

84. The A 2E" - X 2A2' Transition of NO^d3^ Trapped in Solid Neon
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 4/7/2010
Authors: Marilyn E Jacox, Warren Elwin Thompson
Abstract: NO3 has been stabilized in a neon matrix at 4.3 K in sufficient yield for detection of the absorptions between 7000 and 10000 cm-1 which arise from vibronically allowed transitions from its ground state to levels of the A 2E" state. The results conf ...

85. The Detection of Interstellar Ethanimine (CH3CHNH) from Observations taken during the GBT PRIMOS Survey
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 2/13/2013
Authors: Francis John Lovas, Ryan A. Loomis, Daniel P. Zaleski, Amanda L. Steber, Justin L. Neill, Matthew T. Muckle, Brent J. Harris, Jan M. Hollis, Phillip R. Jewell, Valerio Lattanzi, Oscar Martines, Michael C. McCarthy, Anthony J. Remijan, Brooks H. Pate
Abstract: As the availab¬¬ility of publicly accessible spectral line surveys from radio astronomy increases, new approaches to the identification of molecules in the interstellar medium are possible. We have performed reaction product screening measurements u ...

86. The NIST Electron Effective-Attenuation-Length Database
Series: OTHER
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 2/1/2002
Authors: Cedric John Powell, Aleksander Jablonski
Abstract: The NIST Electron Effective-Attenuation-Length Database provides values of electron effective attenuation lengths (EALs) in solid elements and compounds at selected electron energies between 50 eV and 2,000 eV. The database was designed mainly to pr ...

87. Thermochemistry of Ammonium Nitrate, NH4NO3, in the Gas Phase
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 10/7/2010
Author: Karl K Irikura
Abstract: Hildenbrand and coworkers have shown recently that the vapor above solid ammonium nitrate includes molecules of NH4NO3, not only NH3 and HNO3 as previously believed. Their measurements led to thermochemical values that imply an enthalpy change of D2 ...

88. Time-Resolved Infrared Studies of a Trimethylphosphine Model Derivative of [FeFe]-Hydrogenase
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 10/1/2013
Authors: Edwin J Heilweil, Christopher Jon Stromberg, Melissa Johnson, James Thuman, Roger G. Letterman, Webster Edwin Charles
Abstract: Model compounds that structurally mimic the hydrogen-producing active site of [FeFe] hydrogenases have been explored. In order to explore potential ground-state electronic structure effects on reaction mechanisms compared to hexacarbonyl derivatives, ...

89. Time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy (TRTS) of electrically conductive metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) doped with redox active species
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 9/24/2015
Authors: Brian Gregory Alberding, Edwin J Heilweil
Abstract: Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are three-dimensional coordination polymers that are well known for large pore surface area and their ability to adsorb molecules from both the gaseous and solution phases. In general, MOFs are electrically insulating, ...

90. To Predict Vibrational Spectra, Are Anharmonic Calculations Worthwhile?
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 1/22/2013
Authors: Ruth Lafuente Jacobsen, Karl K Irikura, Russell D Johnson III, Raghu N Kacker
Abstract: Anharmonic calculations using vibrational perturbation theory are known to provide near-spectroscopic accuracy when combined with high-level ab initio potential energy functions. However, performance with economical, popular electronic structure meth ...

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