Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy

The remote sensing observations of the atmospheres of the Earth and of other planets or of the interstellar medium provide numerous high quality absorption/emission spectra. The analysis of these data is based on theoretical treatments and spectral analyses as well as on laboratory spectroscopic measurements. The studies carried at LISA thus include the development and use of laboratory experiments and theoretical models, and of some software for the analysis of the spectra and remote sensing data.

Publications

Kenneth J. Koziol, Wolfgang Stahl, Lam Nguyen

The effects of proton tunneling, 14N quadrupole coupling, and methyl internal rotations in the microwave spectrum of ethyl methyl amine
J. Chem. Phys.

Wednesday 11 November 2020
K.P. Rajappan Nair, Sven Herbers, William C. Bailey, Daniel A. Obenchain, Alberto Lesarri, Jens-Uwe Grabow, Lam Nguyen

Internal rotation and chlorine nuclear quadrupole coupling in 2-chloro-4-fluorotoluene explored by microwave spectroscopy and quantum chemistry
Spectro. Chim. Acta A

Tuesday 27 October 2020
Philipp Buschmann, Kevin G. Lengsfeld, Kathryn Aydt, Michaela K. Jahn, Sven Herbers, Michael J. Travers, Lam Nguyen, Jens-Uwe Grabow

Proton inversion tunneling in the rotational spectrum of acetone cyanohydrin
J. Mol. Spectrosc.

Friday 11 September 2020
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