Don L. Bunker

Chemistry University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
chemical dynamics
"Don Bunker"

(1931 - 1977)

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Norman Davidson grad student 1957 Caltech
 (Flash photolysis and the recombination of iodine atoms)


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William L. Hase post-doc 1971-1973 UC Irvine
Sally Chapman post-doc 1973-1974 UC Irvine
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Grant ER, Bunker DL. (1978) Dynamical effects in unimolecular decomposition: A classical trajectory study of the dissociation of C2H6 The Journal of Chemical Physics. 68: 628-636
Santamaria J, Bunker DL. (1977) Some dynamical properties of the reactions of F atoms with HCl and DCl Chemical Physics. 23: 243-247
Chapman S, Bunker DL. (1975) An exploratory study of reactant vibrational effects in CH 3+H2 and its isotopic variants The Journal of Chemical Physics. 62: 2890-2899
Valencich T, Bunker DL. (1974) Trajectory studies of hot atom reactions. II. An unrestricted potential for CH5 The Journal of Chemical Physics. 61: 21-29
Chapman S, Valencich T, Bunker DL. (1974) Origin of bond energy effects in hot atom chemistry The Journal of Chemical Physics. 60: 329-330
Bunker DL, Garrett B, Kleindienst T, et al. (1974) Discrete simulation methods in combustion kinetics Combustion and Flame. 23: 373-379
Bunker DL, Hase WL. (1973) On non-RRKM unimolecular kinetics: Molecules in general, and CH 3NC in particular The Journal of Chemical Physics. 59: 4633-4636
Valencich T, Bunker DL. (1973) Energy-dependent cross sections for the tritium-methane hot atom reactions Chemical Physics Letters. 20: 50-52
Bunker DL. (1972) RRKM theory, the CH8NC paradox, and the decomposition of hot-atom substitution products The Journal of Chemical Physics. 57: 339-347
Bunker DL, Goring EA. (1972) Rb + CH3I: Empirically determined potential and predicted cross sections for reactive scattering Chemical Physics Letters. 15: 521-523
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