Mark is enjoying a spectacular visit to his alma mater, UC Berkeley, as a Visiting Miller Professor during April, 2017. Many thanks to the Miller Institute for their hospitality and Dan Neumark for hosting.
The Johnson Lab gave a CAICE demo at Yale Science Saturday for New Haven area students and the general public this weekend. They looked at ions in rainwater, detecting them with a salt-water circuit set-up. We had fun!
The Johnson lab loved having Thomas Niemann and Anne Strate (from Ralf Ludwig's group at the Universität Rostock) joining the lab to look at the behaviors of functionalized ionic liquid clusters the past couple of months!
"Capture of CO2 by a Cationic Nickel(I) Complex in the Gas Phase and Characterization of the Bound, Activated CO2 Moleucle by Cryogenic Ion Vibrational Predissociation Spectroscopy"
"Snapshots of Proton Accomodation at a Microscopic Water Surface: Understanding the Vibrational Spectral Signatures of the Charge Defect in Cryogenically Cooled H+(H2O)n=2-28 Clusters"
"Modes of activation of organometallic iridium complexes for catalytic water and CH oxidation"
"Vibrational manifestations of strong non-Condon effects in the H3O+•X3(X=Ar, N2, CH4, H2O) complexes: A possible explanation for the intensity in the “association band” in the vibrational spectrum of water"