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Title: Controlling internal degrees: general discussion

Abstract

Temperature is a very important concept in ion spectroscopy and its control has seen tremendous advances in recent years. Cryogenic ion traps are now found in many experiments and serve as thermostats, reaction vessels, clustering sources and spectroscopic sample chambers. The control over internal degrees of freedom provides routes to forming ions that are relevant at cryogenic temperatures such as in the interstellar medium and to control and lock-in conformations. It also provides a condensing environment and allows weakly bound clusters to be formed, which in turn provides new routes to action spectroscopy. This session will discuss the most recent developments in cryogenic spectroscopy and the research it enables and how new theoretical methods allow the prediction of experimental spectra as a function of temperature. The main discussion topics will cover: the best cooling methods; how temperature can be used to form exotic clusters and weakly interacting systems; and the possibilities for probing conformational locking and metastable structures.

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  1. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  2. Universitat Leipzig
  3. Moscow State University
  4. Universitat Innsbruck
  5. University of Melbourne
  6. LAMBE - University of Evry Val d'Essonne - Paris Saclay
  7. NIST
  8. US Army Corps of Engineers
  9. unknown
  10. University College London
  11. Inserm
  12. Université Paris-Saclay
  13. Stockholms Universitet
  14. University of California Irvine
  15. University of Glasgow
  16. Institut Laue-Langevin
  17. University of Pittsburgh
  18. University of Southern California
  19. University of California, Berkeley
  20. University of Washington
  21. Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
  22. FOM Institute for Plasma Physics "Rijnhuizen"
  23. Radboud U niversity
  24. Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
  25. Radboud University
  26. University of Nottingham
  27. Universitat zu Koln
  28. University of Utah
  29. University of Wollongong
  30. University of Durham
  31. BATTELLE (PACIFIC NW LAB)
  32. Universitat Basel
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
OSTI Identifier:
1571507
Report Number(s):
PNNL-SA-145309
DOE Contract Number:  
AC05-76RL01830
Resource Type:
Journal Article
Journal Name:
Faraday Discussions
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 217; Journal Issue: 1
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English

Citation Formats

Ahmed, Musahid, Asmis, Knut R., Avdonin, Ivan, Beyer, Martin K., Bieske, Evan, Bougueroua, Sana, Chou, Chin-Wen, Daly, Steven, Dopfer, O, Ellis-Gibbings, Lilian, Gabelica, Valerie, Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre, Gatchell, Michael, Gerber, Robert B., Johnson, Christopher, Johnson, Mark, Jordan, Kenneth, Krylov, Anna, Mayer, Martin, McCaslin, Laura, McCoy, Anne B., Neumark, Daniel M., Oncak, Milan, Oomens, Jos, Rijs, Anouk, Rizzo, Thomas, Roithova, Jana, Sarre, Peter, Schlemmer, Stephan, Simons, Jack, Stockett, Mark, Trevitt, Adam, Verlet, Jan, Wang, Xue-Bin, Wester, Roland, Willitsch, Stefan, and Xantheas, Sotiris S. Controlling internal degrees: general discussion. United States: N. p., 2019. Web. doi:10.1039/C9FD90032B.
Ahmed, Musahid, Asmis, Knut R., Avdonin, Ivan, Beyer, Martin K., Bieske, Evan, Bougueroua, Sana, Chou, Chin-Wen, Daly, Steven, Dopfer, O, Ellis-Gibbings, Lilian, Gabelica, Valerie, Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre, Gatchell, Michael, Gerber, Robert B., Johnson, Christopher, Johnson, Mark, Jordan, Kenneth, Krylov, Anna, Mayer, Martin, McCaslin, Laura, McCoy, Anne B., Neumark, Daniel M., Oncak, Milan, Oomens, Jos, Rijs, Anouk, Rizzo, Thomas, Roithova, Jana, Sarre, Peter, Schlemmer, Stephan, Simons, Jack, Stockett, Mark, Trevitt, Adam, Verlet, Jan, Wang, Xue-Bin, Wester, Roland, Willitsch, Stefan, & Xantheas, Sotiris S. Controlling internal degrees: general discussion. United States. doi:10.1039/C9FD90032B.
Ahmed, Musahid, Asmis, Knut R., Avdonin, Ivan, Beyer, Martin K., Bieske, Evan, Bougueroua, Sana, Chou, Chin-Wen, Daly, Steven, Dopfer, O, Ellis-Gibbings, Lilian, Gabelica, Valerie, Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre, Gatchell, Michael, Gerber, Robert B., Johnson, Christopher, Johnson, Mark, Jordan, Kenneth, Krylov, Anna, Mayer, Martin, McCaslin, Laura, McCoy, Anne B., Neumark, Daniel M., Oncak, Milan, Oomens, Jos, Rijs, Anouk, Rizzo, Thomas, Roithova, Jana, Sarre, Peter, Schlemmer, Stephan, Simons, Jack, Stockett, Mark, Trevitt, Adam, Verlet, Jan, Wang, Xue-Bin, Wester, Roland, Willitsch, Stefan, and Xantheas, Sotiris S. Mon . "Controlling internal degrees: general discussion". United States. doi:10.1039/C9FD90032B.
@article{osti_1571507,
title = {Controlling internal degrees: general discussion},
author = {Ahmed, Musahid and Asmis, Knut R. and Avdonin, Ivan and Beyer, Martin K. and Bieske, Evan and Bougueroua, Sana and Chou, Chin-Wen and Daly, Steven and Dopfer, O and Ellis-Gibbings, Lilian and Gabelica, Valerie and Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre and Gatchell, Michael and Gerber, Robert B. and Johnson, Christopher and Johnson, Mark and Jordan, Kenneth and Krylov, Anna and Mayer, Martin and McCaslin, Laura and McCoy, Anne B. and Neumark, Daniel M. and Oncak, Milan and Oomens, Jos and Rijs, Anouk and Rizzo, Thomas and Roithova, Jana and Sarre, Peter and Schlemmer, Stephan and Simons, Jack and Stockett, Mark and Trevitt, Adam and Verlet, Jan and Wang, Xue-Bin and Wester, Roland and Willitsch, Stefan and Xantheas, Sotiris S.},
abstractNote = {Temperature is a very important concept in ion spectroscopy and its control has seen tremendous advances in recent years. Cryogenic ion traps are now found in many experiments and serve as thermostats, reaction vessels, clustering sources and spectroscopic sample chambers. The control over internal degrees of freedom provides routes to forming ions that are relevant at cryogenic temperatures such as in the interstellar medium and to control and lock-in conformations. It also provides a condensing environment and allows weakly bound clusters to be formed, which in turn provides new routes to action spectroscopy. This session will discuss the most recent developments in cryogenic spectroscopy and the research it enables and how new theoretical methods allow the prediction of experimental spectra as a function of temperature. The main discussion topics will cover: the best cooling methods; how temperature can be used to form exotic clusters and weakly interacting systems; and the possibilities for probing conformational locking and metastable structures.},
doi = {10.1039/C9FD90032B},
journal = {Faraday Discussions},
number = 1,
volume = 217,
place = {United States},
year = {2019},
month = {7}
}