Robert Neil Rosenfeld

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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John Isaiah Brauman grad student 1979 Stanford
 (The infrared photochemistry of ions in the gas phase)

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Rick Fletcher grad student UC Davis
Brad R. Weiner grad student 1986 UC Davis
Kimberly A. Prather grad student 1990 UC Davis
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Lessard PC, Rosenfeld RN. (1992) Tunable diode laser measurements of carbon monoxide energy distributions from acrolein photodissociation at 193 nm The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 96: 4615-4620
Prather KA, Rosenfeld RN. (1991) Photodissociation dynamics of 3-cyclopentenone using a tunable diode laser Journal of Physical Chemistry. 95: 6544-6548
Weiner BR, Pasternack L, Nelson HH, et al. (1990) Photodissociation dynamics of BH3CO at 193 nm Journal of Physical Chemistry®. 94: 4138-4142
Ganske JA, Rosenfeld RN. (1989) Photochemistry of molybdenum hexacarbonyl in the gas phase The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 93: 1959-1963
Weiner BR, Rosenfeld RN. (1988) Photochemistry of formyl fluoride Journal of Physical Chemistry. 92: 4640-4644
Holland JP, Rosenfeld RN. (1988) A time-resolved tunable diode laser study of the photodissociation dynamics of W(CO)6 Chemical Physics Letters. 145: 481-485
Weiner BR, Rosenfeld RN. (1986) Photofragmentation dynamics of carbon suboxide Journal of Physical Chemistry. 90: 4037-4043
Sonobe BI, Fletcher TR, Rosenfeld RN. (1984) Dissociation dynamics of photochemically activated 3,5-cycloheptadienone in the gas phase Journal of the American Chemical Society. 106: 5800-5805
Sonobe BI, Fletcher TR, Rosenfeld RN. (1984) The photofragmentation dynamics of 3-cyclopentenone in the gas phase Chemical Physics Letters. 105: 322-326
Weiner BR, Rosenfeld RN. (1983) Pyrolysis of pyruvic acid in the gas phase. A study of the isomerization mechanism of a hydroxycarbene intermediate Journal of Organic Chemistry. 48: 5362-5364
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