|A new crossed molecular beam apparatus for the study of the Cl + O3 reaction probed via direct absorption of millimeter/submillimeter-waves
||For decades, molecular beam scattering experiments have been used to understand the forces and dynamics that are involved in chemical reactions at the quantum mechanical level. Using millimeter/submillimeter-waves the dynamics for the scattering of a...
|New instrument for probing the pure rotational spectroscopy of cold molecules produced via "billiard-like" scattering
||Laser cooling of molecules has proved problematic due to their complex internal structure. Several alternative methods have been developed to cool molecules into the same temperature ranges previously attained using laser cooling methods on atoms. On...
|Constructing velocity distributions in crossed-molecular beam studies using fourier transform doppler spectroscopy
||The goal of our scattering experiments is to derive the distribution the differential cross-section and elucidate the dynamics of a bimolecular collision via pure rotational spectroscopy. We have explored the use of a data reduction model to directly...
|Crossed molecular beam study of X + O3 (X= Br and I) and O(1D) + X (X= Br2, I2, CHCl3, N2O) reactions via milimeter and sub-milimeter wavelength spectroscopy
||The use of scattering experiments in atmospheric studies has proved useful in understanding the dynamics of the catalytic ozone destruction cycle. By using millimeter and sub-millimeter wavelengths, we can probe bimolecular reaction systems for trans...
|Design of a stark microchip
||The possibility of constructing scalable quantum computation systems in the near future is quite intriguing. Emergent systems based on polar molecules as qubits and quantum gates are considered among the most promising candidates. Controlled loading ...