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A. David Buckingham, PhD

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Theoretical Chemistry
"A. David Buckingham"

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Philip J. Stephens grad student 1964 Oxford
David A Dunmur grad student 1965 Oxford
Cornelis A. de Lange grad student 1969 University of Bristol
Elliott Burnell grad student 1970 University of Bristol
James P. Yesinowski grad student 1971-1974 Cambridge
Katharine L. Clarke Hunt grad student 1975-1978 Cambridge
James A. Cowan grad student 1986 Cambridge
Yuthana Tantirungrotechai grad student 1995-1998 Cambridge
Peer Fischer grad student 1995-1999 Cambridge
Peter A. Kollman post-doc 1971 Cambridge
Joel Liebman post-doc 1970-1971 Cambridge
Patrick W. Fowler post-doc 1980-1983 Cambridge
Jeremy M. Hutson research scientist 1983-1986 Cambridge University UK
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Buckingham AD. (2015) Chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy. Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics. 48: 421-3
Buckingham AD, Lazzeretti P, Pelloni S. (2015) Chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy: computation of the relevant molecular pseudoscalars Molecular Physics
Buckingham AD. (2014) Communication: permanent dipoles contribute to electric polarization in chiral NMR spectra. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 140: 011103
McDowell SAC, Buckingham AD. (2008) The change of the proton magnetic shielding in red- and blue-shifted linear hydrogen-bonded complexes Theoretical Chemistry Accounts. 119: 29-34
Buckingham AD, Fischer P. (2006) Direct chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy Chemical Physics. 324: 111-116
McDowell SA, Buckingham AD. (2005) On the correlation between bond-length change and vibrational frequency shift in hydrogen-bonded complexes: a computational study of Y...HCl dimers (Y = N2, CO, BF). Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 15515-20
McDowell SA, Buckingham AD. (2005) Comparison of some vibrational features of FArH...Rg and FHc...Rg complexes (Rg=He, Ne, Ar, Kr). Spectrochimica Acta. Part a, Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy. 61: 1603-9
Mcdowell SAC, Buckingham AD. (2005) A theory of vibrational frequency shifts revisited: Application to dimers of LiH with the inert gases He, Ne, Ar and Kr Molecular Physics. 103: 257-262
Fischer P, Buckingham AD, Beckwitt K, et al. (2003) New electro-optic effect: sum-frequency generation from optically active liquids in the presence of a dc electric field. Physical Review Letters. 91: 173901
Kirkwood J, Albrecht AC, Fischer P, et al. (2002) Sum-frequency generation at second order in isotropic chiral systems: The microscopic view and the surprising fragility of the signal Acs Symposium Series. 810: 130-144
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