Libby R. Heeb, Ph.D.

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2008 Chemistry University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
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Physical Chemistry
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Kevin S. Peters grad student 2008 CU Boulder
 (Kinetics and energetics of solvent-mediated proton transfer, electron transfer, and bond dissociation.)
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Heeb LR, Peters KS. (2008) Picosecond kinetic study of the photoinduced homolysis of benzhydryl acetates: the nature of the conversion of radical pairs into ion pairs. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 1711-7
Heeb LR, Peters KS. (2008) Nonadiabatic proton/deuteron transfer within the benzophenone-triethylamine triplet contact radical ion pair: exploration of the influence of structure upon reaction. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 112: 219-26
Heeb LR, Peters KS. (2008) Nonadiabatic proton/deuteron transfer within the benzophenone - triethylamine triplet contact radical ion pair: Exploration of the influence of structure upon reaction Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 112: 219-226
Heeb LR, Peters KS. (2008) Picosecond kinetic study of the photoinduced homolysis of benzhydryl acetates: The nature of the conversion of radical pairs into ion pairs Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 1711-1717
Heeb LR, Peters KS. (2006) Further evidence of an inverted region in proton transfer within the benzophenone/substituted aniline. Contact radical ion pairs; Importance of vibrational reorganization energy Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 110: 6408-6414
Peters KS, Gasparrini S, Heeb LR. (2005) Dynamic nature of the transition state for the SN1 reaction mechanism of diphenylmethyl acetates Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 13039-13047
Zhu JF, Diaz SF, Heeb LR, et al. (2005) Adsorption of Pb on NiAl(1 1 0): Energetics and structure Surface Science. 574: 34-42
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