Jürgen Troe, Ph.D.

1971-1975 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland 
 1975-2008 Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
 1990-2008 Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
Spectroscopy and Photochemical Kinetics
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F. Wilhelm Jost grad student 1965 Universität Göttingen
 ( Experimentelle und theoretische Untersuchungen zum unimolekularen NO-Zerfall)
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DAMM M, DECKERT F, HIPPLER H, et al. (2010) ChemInform Abstract: Isomerization and Collisional Deactivation of Highly Vibrationally Excited Azulene Molecules After UV Excitation at 248 and 193 nm. Cheminform. 22: no-no
HIPPLER H, REIHS C, TROE J. (2010) ChemInform Abstract: Elementary Steps in the Pyrolysis of Toluene and Benzyl Radicals Cheminform. 22: no-no
Lee C, Luther K, Oum K, et al. (2006) Pressure and temperature dependence of the recombination of p-fluorobenzyl radicals. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 110: 2613-21
Luther K, Oum K, Troe J. (2005) The role of the radical-complex mechanism in the ozone recombination/dissociation reaction. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 7: 2764-70
Luther K, Oum K, Sekiguchi K, et al. (2004) Recombination of benzyl radicals: Dependence on the bath gas, temperature, and pressure Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 6: 4133-4141
Oum K, Luther K, Troe J. (2004) High-Pressure Studies of Radical-Solvent Molecule Interactions in the CCl3 and Bromine Combination Reactions of CCl3 Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 108: 2690-2699
Oum K, Sekiguchi K, Luther K, et al. (2003) Observation of unique pressure effects in the combination reaction of benzyl radicals in the gas to liquid transition region Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 5: 2931-2933
Luther K, Oum K, Troe J. (2001) Study of the recombination reaction CCl3 + O2 (+M) → CCl3O2 (+M) at pressures of 2-900 bar and temperatures of 260-346 K Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 105: 5535-5541
Hippler H, Siefke M, Stark H, et al. (1999) New studies of the unimolecular reaction NO2O+NO. Part 1. High pressure range of the O+NO recombination between 200 and 400 K Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 1: 57-61
Fulle D, Hamann HF, Hippler H, et al. (1998) Temperature and pressure dependence of the addition reactions of HO to NO and to NO2. IV. Saturated laser-induced fluorescence measurements up to 1400 bar The Journal of Chemical Physics. 108: 5391-5397
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