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For those of us chemical physicists who like to talk about what we see in the lectures, and other goings on in chemical physics.
"Quantum Dynamics at Conical Intersections"
-Dr. Stuart Althorpe, Reader in Theoretical Chemistry, Cambridge University
He lists two papers on the front page of his website that are probably
appropriate based on the title ( http://www-stuart.ch.cam.ac.uk/ ):
· The first evidence of time-delayed mechanisms in direct
reactions. Nature, 416, 67 (2002).
· A quantum topological effect caused by looping around a
conical intersection. Science, 309, 1227 (2005)
Gas-phase Ion/Ion Reactions: Proton Transfer, Electron Transfer, and Bio-conjugation
CHEMICAL PHYSICS SEMINAR
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM - 147 Noyes, Sturdivant Lecture Hall
"The Liquid Vapor Interface of Aqueous Solutions: Composition,
Chemistry, and Acid/Base Properties," John C. Hemminger, professor of
chemistry, UC Irvine.
"Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics with X-Ray High Order Harmonics: Toward the
Attosecond Time Limit," Stephen R. Leone, professor of chemistry and
physics, and director, Chemical Dynamics Beamline, UC Berkeley and
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Prof. Clifford R. Bowers: Exploring molecular wheel nanotubes inside and out: a xenon atom's view
Prof. Troy Van Voorhis is visiting from MIT