Welcome

 

About Our Group:

We design, build and exploit new types of instruments that provide qualitatively new pictures of how chemical reactions occur. By coupling mass-selective vibrational spectroscopy with cryogenic ion processing, we are able to study a wide variety of chemical phenomena, including small molecule activation, gas-liquid interfacial chemistry, and intracluster hydrogen bonding.

News

February 9, 2020
The golf outing at the MIC GRC was perfect in every way, from weather on the course to a dead even contest of best ball between the Duncan and Johnson groups (sort of).
Ed (finally!) signing Mark's PhD dissertation.
February 4, 2020
We were pleased to have Prof. Edward Solomon of Stanford University present at this year’s Johnson-Sessler lecture to a packed SCL 160 audience representing all...
February 1, 2020
Mark had a great time catching up with a group of professors, Etienne, Joe and Chris (group alumni), as well as Gareon (TU Kaiserslautern) at the recent GRC meeting in...

Selected Publications:

Deconstructing Water’s Diffuse OH Stretching Vibrational Spectrum with Cold Clusters


Spectroscopic Snapshots of the Proton-transfer Mechanism in Water


Capture of CO2 by a Cationic NiI Complex in the Gas Phase and Characterization of the Bound Activated CO2 Molecule through Cryogenic Ion Vibrational Predissociation Spectroscopy


Vibrational spectral signature of the proton defect in the three-dimensional H+(H2O)21 cluster


Modes of Activation of Organometallic Iridium Complexes for Catalytic Water and C-H Oxidation