Publications

2008

Vibrationally Induced Proton Transfer in F(H2O) and F(D2O)

Samantha Horvath, Anne B. McCoy, Joseph R. Roscioli, and Mark A. Johnson
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 112, (48), pp. 12337-12344

Photoelectron imaging study of vibrationally mediated electron autodetachment in the type I isomer of the water hexamer anion

Ben M. Elliott, Laura R. McCunn, and Mark A. Johnson
Chem. Phys. Lett., Vol. 467, (1-3), pp. 32-36

Site-specific addition of D2O to the (H2O)6 “hydrated electron”cluster: isomer interconversion and substitution at the double H-bond acceptor (AA) electron-binding site

Laura R. McCunn, Jeffrey M. Headrick and Mark A. Johnson
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., Vol. 10, pp. 3118-3123

An H/D Isotopic Substitution Study of the H5O2+·Ar Vibrational Predissociation Spectra: Exploring the Putative Role of Fermi Resonances in the Bridging Proton Fundamentals

Laura R. McCunn, Joseph R. Roscioli, Mark A. Johnson, and Anne B. McCoy
J. Phys. Chem. B, Vol. 112, (2), pp. 321-327

2007

Gas-Phase Infrared Spectroscopy and Multidimensional Quantum Calculations of the Protonated Ammonia Dimer N2H7+

Knut R. Asmis, Yonggang Yang, Gabriele Santambrogio, Mathias Brümmer, J. Robert Roscioli, Laura R. McCunn, Mark A. Johnson, Oliver Kühn
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Vol. 46, (45), pp. 8691-8694

Isomer-specific spectroscopy of the (H2O)8 cluster anion in the intramolecular bending region by selective photodepletion of the more weakly electron binding species (isomer II)

J. R. Roscioli and M. A. Johnson
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 126, (2), pp. 024307

Spectroscopic Characterization of the Isolated SF6- and C4F8- Anions:  Observation of Very Long Harmonic Progressions in Symmetric Deformation Modes upon Photodetachment

Joseph C. Bopp, Joseph R. Roscioli, Mark A. Johnson, Thomas M. Miller, A. A. Viggiano, Stephanie M. Villano, Scott W. Wren, and W. Carl Lineberger
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 111, (7), pp. 1214-1221

Quantum Structure of the Intermolecular Proton Bond

J. R. Roscioli, L. R. McCunn and M. A. Johnson
Science, Vol. 316, (5822), pp. 249-254

Vibrational spectroscopy of hydrated electron clusters (H2O)15–50 via infrared multiple photon dissociation

Knut R. Asmis, Gabriele Santambrogio, Jia Zhou, Etienne Garand, Jeffrey Headrick, Daniel Goebbert, Mark A. Johnson, and Daniel M. Neumark
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 126, (19), pp. 191105

Kinetics for the Reactions of O- and O2- with O2(a1Δg) Measured in a Selected Ion Flow Tube at 300 K

Anthony Midey, Itzhak Dotan, S. Lee, W. T. Rawlins, Mark A. Johnson, and A. A. Viggiano
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 111, (24), pp. 5218-5222

Theoretical and infrared spectroscopic investigation of the O2∙benzene and O4∙benzene complexes

Holger Schneider, J. Mathias Weber, Evgeniy M. Myshakin, Kenneth D. Jordan, Joseph Bopp, Tobias Herden, and Mark A. Johnson
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 127, (8), pp. 084319

2006

Prying Apart a Water Molecule with Anionic H-Bonding:  A Comparative Spectroscopic Study of the X-·H2O (X = OH, O, F, Cl, and Br) Binary Complexes in the 600−3800 cm-1 Region

Joseph R. Roscioli, Eric G. Diken, Mark A. Johnson, Samantha Horvath, and Anne B. McCoy
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 110, (15), pp. 4943-4952

Determination of the CO3 bond strength via the resonant two-photon photodissociation threshold: Electronic and vibrational spectroscopy of CO3∙Arn

Joseph C. Bopp1, Eric G. Diken1, Jeffrey M. Headrick, Joseph R. Roscioli, Mark A. Johnson, Anthony J. Midey, and A. A. Viggiano
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 124, (17), pp. 174302

Infrared Spectroscopy of Water Cluster Anions, (H2O)n=3-24- in the HOH Bending Region:  Persistence of the Double H-Bond Acceptor (AA) Water Molecule in the Excess Electron Binding Site of the Class I Isomers

Joseph R. Roscioli, Nathan I. Hammer, and M. A. Johnson
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 110, (24), pp. 7517-7520

2005

Role of Water in Electron-Initiated Processes and Radical Chemistry:  Issues and Scientific Advances

Bruce C. Garrett, David A. Dixon, Donald M. Camaioni, Daniel M. Chipman, Mark A. Johnson, Charles D. Jonah, Gregory A. Kimmel, John H. Miller, Thomas N. Rescigno, Peter J. Rossky, Sotiris S. Xantheas, Steven D. Colson, Allan H. Laufer, Douglas Ray, Paul F. Barbara, David M. Bartels, Kurt H. Becker, Kit H. Bowen, Jr., Stephen E. Bradforth, Ian Carmichael, James V. Coe, L. Rene Corrales, James P. Cowin, Michel Dupuis, Kenneth B. Eisenthal, James A. Franz, Maciej S. Gutowski, Kenneth D. Jordan, Bruce D. Kay, Jay A. LaVerne, Sergei V. Lymar, Theodore E. Madey, C. William McCurdy, Dan Meisel, Shaul Mukamel, Anders R. Nilsson, Thomas M. Orlando, Nikolay G. Petrik, Simon M. Pimblott, James R. Rustad, Gregory K. Schenter, Sherwin J. Singer, Andrei Tokmakoff, Lai-Sheng Wang, Curt Wittig, and Timothy S. Zwier
Chem. Rev., Vol. 105, (1), pp. 355-390

Argon Predissociation Spectroscopy of the OH-·H2O and Cl-·H2O Complexes in the 1000−1900 cm-1 Region:  Intramolecular Bending Transitions and the Search for the Shared-Proton Fundamental in the Hydroxide Monohydrate

Eric G. Diken, Jeffrey M. Headrick, Joseph R. Roscioli, Joseph C. Bopp, Mark A. Johnson, Anne B. McCoy, Xinchuan Huang, Stuart Carter, and Joel M. Bowman
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 109, (4), pp. 571-575

Fundamental Excitations of the Shared Proton in the H3O2- and H5O2+ Complexes

Eric G. Diken, Jeffrey M. Headrick, Joseph R. Roscioli, Joseph C. Bopp, Mark A. Johnson, and Anne B. McCoy
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 109, (8), pp. 1487-1490

An Infrared Investigation of the (CO2)n- Clusters:  Core Ion Switching from Both the Ion and Solvent Perspectives

J.-W. Shin, N. I. Hammer, M. A. Johnson, H. Schneider, A. Glöβ, and J. M. Weber
J. Phys. Chem. A, Vol. 109, (14), pp. 3146-3152

Photoelectron spectroscopy of the [glycine∙(H2O)1,2] clusters: Sequential hydration shifts and observation of isomers

Eric G. Diken, Jeffrey M. Headrick, and Mark A. Johnson
J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 122, (22), pp. 224317

Spectral signatures of hydrated proton vibrations in water clusters

Jeffrey M. Headrick, Eric G. Diken, Richard S. Walters, Nathan I. Hammer, Richard A. Christie, Jun Cui, Evgeniy M. Myshakin, Michael A. Duncan, Mark A. Johnson, and Kenneth D. Jordan
Science, Vol. 308, (5729), pp. 1765-1769

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