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Paul L. Houston - Publications

Affiliations: 
Chemistry Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
photodissociation reactions and bimolecular reactions
Website:
http://www.chemistry.gatech.edu/faculty/Houston/

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2024 Ge F, Wang R, Qu C, Zheng P, Nandi A, Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM, Dral PO. Tell Machine Learning Potentials What They Are Needed For: Simulation-Oriented Training Exemplified for Glycine. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 4451-4460. PMID 38626460 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.4c00746  0.686
2024 Houston PL, Qu C, Yu Q, Pandey P, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. No Headache for PIPs: A PIP Potential for Aspirin Runs Much Faster and with Similar Precision Than Other Machine-Learned Potentials. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 38593438 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.4c00054  0.694
2024 Houston PL, Qu C, Yu Q, Pandey P, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM, Kukolich SG. Formic Acid-Ammonia Heterodimer: A New Δ-Machine Learning CCSD(T)-Level Potential Energy Surface Allows Investigation of the Double Proton Transfer. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 38382541 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.3c01273  0.718
2024 Pandey P, Qu C, Nandi A, Yu Q, Houston PL, Conte R, Bowman JM. Ab Initio Potential Energy Surface for NaCl-H with Correct Long-Range Behavior. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 38271992 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.3c07687  0.709
2024 Houston PL, Qu C, Yu Q, Pandey P, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. A New Method to Avoid Calculation of Negligible Hamiltonian Matrix Elements in CI Calculation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 38180902 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.3c06985  0.675
2023 Yu Q, Qu C, Houston PL, Nandi A, Pandey P, Conte R, Bowman JM. A Status Report on "Gold Standard" Machine-Learned Potentials for Water. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 8077-8087. PMID 37656898 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.3c01791  0.67
2023 Qu C, Houston PL, Yu Q, Conte R, Pandey P, Nandi A, Bowman JM. Machine learning classification can significantly reduce the cost of calculating the Hamiltonian matrix in CI calculations. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 159. PMID 37584439 DOI: 10.1063/5.0168590  0.68
2023 Qu C, Yu Q, Houston PL, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. Interfacing q-AQUA with a Polarizable Force Field: The Best of Both Worlds. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 37249502 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.3c00334  0.671
2023 Nandi A, Laude G, Khire SS, Gurav ND, Qu C, Conte R, Yu Q, Li S, Houston PL, Gadre SR, Richardson JO, Evangelista FA, Bowman JM. Ring-Polymer Instanton Tunneling Splittings of Tropolone and Isotopomers using a Δ-Machine Learned CCSD(T) Potential: Theory and Experiment Shake Hands. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 145: 9655-9664. PMID 37078852 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c00769  0.711
2023 Houston PL, Qu C, Yu Q, Conte R, Nandi A, Li JK, Bowman JM. PESPIP: Software to fit complex molecular and many-body potential energy surfaces with permutationally invariant polynomials. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 158: 044109. PMID 36725524 DOI: 10.1063/5.0134442  0.688
2022 Bowman JM, Qu C, Conte R, Nandi A, Houston PL, Yu Q. Δ-Machine Learned Potential Energy Surfaces and Force Fields. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 36527383 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.2c01034  0.695
2022 Conte R, Nandi A, Qu C, Yu Q, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Semiclassical and VSCF/VCI Calculations of the Vibrational Energies of - and -Ethanol Using a CCSD(T) Potential Energy Surface. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 126: 7709-7718. PMID 36240438 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.2c06322  0.713
2022 Houston PL, Nandi A, Bowman JM. A Machine Learning Approach for Rate Constants. III. Application to the Cl(P) + CH → CH + HCl Reaction. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 35960874 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.2c04376  0.69
2022 Nandi A, Conte R, Qu C, Houston PL, Yu Q, Bowman JM. Quantum Calculations on a New CCSD(T) Machine-Learned Potential Energy Surface Reveal the Leaky Nature of Gas-Phase and Ethanol Conformers. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 35951990 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.2c00760  0.715
2022 Bowman JM, Qu C, Conte R, Nandi A, Houston PL, Yu Q. The MD17 datasets from the perspective of datasets for gas-phase "small" molecule potentials. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 156: 240901. PMID 35778068 DOI: 10.1063/5.0089200  0.709
2022 Yu Q, Qu C, Houston PL, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. q-AQUA: A Many-Body CCSD(T) Water Potential, Including Four-Body Interactions, Demonstrates the Quantum Nature of Water from Clusters to the Liquid Phase. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 5068-5074. PMID 35652912 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.2c00966  0.693
2022 Houston PL, Qu C, Nandi A, Conte R, Yu Q, Bowman JM. Permutationally invariant polynomial regression for energies and gradients, using reverse differentiation, achieves orders of magnitude speed-up with high precision compared to other machine learning methods. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 156: 044120. PMID 35105104 DOI: 10.1063/5.0080506  0.675
2021 Nandi A, Qu C, Houston PL, Conte R, Yu Q, Bowman JM. A CCSD(T)-Based 4-Body Potential for Water. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 12: 10318-10324. PMID 34662138 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.1c03152  0.693
2021 Qu C, Houston PL, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. MULTIMODE Calculations of Vibrational Spectroscopy and 1d Interconformer Tunneling Dynamics in Glycine Using a Full-Dimensional Potential Energy Surface. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 34110169 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.1c03738  0.714
2021 Qu C, Houston PL, Conte R, Nandi A, Bowman JM. Breaking the Coupled Cluster Barrier for Machine-Learned Potentials of Large Molecules: The Case of 15-Atom Acetylacetone. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 4902-4909. PMID 34006096 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.1c01142  0.702
2021 Nandi A, Qu C, Houston PL, Conte R, Bowman JM. Δ-machine learning for potential energy surfaces: A PIP approach to bring a DFT-based PES to CCSD(T) level of theory. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 154: 051102. PMID 33557535 DOI: 10.1063/5.0038301  0.708
2020 Qu C, Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Full-dimensional potential energy surface for acetylacetone and tunneling splittings. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. PMID 32969434 DOI: 10.1039/D0Cp04221H  0.379
2020 Quinn MS, Nauta K, Jordan MJT, Bowman JM, Houston PL, Kable SH. Rotational resonances in the HCO roaming reaction are revealed by detailed correlations. Science (New York, N.Y.). PMID 32763914 DOI: 10.1126/Science.Abc4088  0.626
2020 Houston P, Conte R, Qu C, Bowman JM. Permutationally invariant polynomial potential energy surfaces for tropolone and H and D atom tunneling dynamics. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 024107. PMID 32668941 DOI: 10.1063/5.0011973  0.39
2020 Nandi A, Bowman JM, Houston PL. A Machine Learning Approach for Rate Constants II: Clustering, Training, and Predictions for the O(P)+HCl -> OH+Cl Reaction. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 32543849 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.0C04348  0.701
2020 Conte R, Qu C, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Efficient Generation of Permutationally Invariant Potential Energy Surfaces for Large Molecules. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. PMID 32212729 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jctc.0C00001  0.301
2019 Sun G, Lucas M, Song Y, Zhang J, Brazier C, Houston PL, Bowman JM. H-Atom Product Channels in the Ultraviolet Photodissociation of the 2-Propenyl Radical. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 31661966 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.9B07797  0.376
2019 Houston PL, Nandi A, Bowman JM. A Machine Learning Approach for Prediction of Rate Constants. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. PMID 31423788 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpclett.9B01810  0.72
2018 Bacic Z, Benoit D, Besemer M, Bowman J, Bradforth S, Clary D, Donovan R, Fischer I, Gianturco F, Hochlaf M, Houston P, Knowles P, Leone S, Linguerri R, Manthe U, et al. Precise characterisation of isolated molecules: general discussion. Faraday Discussions. PMID 30507986 DOI: 10.1039/C8Fd90050G  0.382
2017 Bowman JM, Houston PL. Theories and simulations of roaming. Chemical Society Reviews. PMID 28979955 DOI: 10.1039/C7Cs00578D  0.307
2017 Chandler DW, Houston PL, Parker DH. Perspective: Advanced particle imaging. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 147: 013601. PMID 28688442 DOI: 10.1063/1.4983623  0.309
2017 Houston PL, Wang X, Ghosh A, Bowman JM, Quinn MS, Kable SH. Formaldehyde roaming dynamics: Comparison of quasi-classical trajectory calculations and experiments. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 147: 013936. PMID 28688379 DOI: 10.1063/1.4982823  0.632
2017 Wang X, Houston PL, Bowman JM. A new (multi-reference configuration interaction) potential energy surface for H2CO and preliminary studies of roaming. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 375. PMID 28320899 DOI: 10.1098/Rsta.2016.0194  0.376
2016 Lucas M, Song Y, Zhang J, Brazier C, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Ultraviolet Photodissociation Dynamics of the 1-Propenyl Radical. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 26963771 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.6B01056  0.398
2016 Houston PL, Conte R, Bowman JM. Roaming Under the Microscope: Trajectory Study of Formaldehyde Dissociation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 26885745 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.6B00488  0.387
2015 Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Trajectory and Model Studies of Collisions of Highly Excited Methane with Water Using an ab Initio Potential. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. PMID 26299678 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.5B06595  0.381
2015 Houston PL, Conte R, Bowman JM. A model for energy transfer in collisions of atoms with highly excited molecules. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 119: 4695-710. PMID 25907301 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Jpca.5B00219  0.373
2015 Qu C, Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. "Plug and play" full-dimensional ab initio potential energy and dipole moment surfaces and anharmonic vibrational analysis for CH4-H2O. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 17: 8172-81. PMID 25726765 DOI: 10.1039/C4Cp05913A  0.383
2014 Chen J, Strangfeld BR, Houston PL. NO dissociation through ns, np, and nf Rydberg states: angular distributions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 140: 034315. PMID 25669387 DOI: 10.1063/1.4861662  0.378
2014 Houston PL, Conte R, Bowman JM. Collisional energy transfer in highly excited molecules. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 118: 7758-75. PMID 25116732 DOI: 10.1021/Jp506202G  0.374
2014 Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Trajectory study of energy transfer and unimolecular dissociation of highly excited allyl with argon. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 118: 7742-57. PMID 25116695 DOI: 10.1021/Jp5062013  0.391
2014 Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Communication: A benchmark-quality, full-dimensional ab initio potential energy surface for Ar-HOCO Journal of Chemical Physics. 140. DOI: 10.1063/1.4871371  0.345
2014 Lee KLK, Quinn MS, MacCarone AT, Nauta K, Houston PL, Reid SA, Jordan MJT, Kable SH. Two roaming pathways in the photolysis of CH3CHO between 328 and 308 nm Chemical Science. 5: 4633-4638. DOI: 10.1039/C4Sc02266A  0.799
2013 Conte R, Houston PL, Bowman JM. Classical trajectory study of energy transfer in collisions of highly excited allyl radical with argon. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 117: 14028-41. PMID 24299271 DOI: 10.1021/Jp410315R  0.366
2013 Ulrich CK, Chen J, Tokel O, Houston PL, Grebenshchikov SY. Photodissociation of ozone from 321 to 329 nm: the relative yields of O(3P2) with O2(X 3Σg(-)), O2(a 1Δg) and O2(b 1Σg(+)). The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 117: 12011-9. PMID 23795961 DOI: 10.1021/jp4041088  0.786
2011 Chen C, Braams B, Lee DY, Bowman JM, Houston PL, Stranges D. The dynamics of allyl radical dissociation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 115: 6797-804. PMID 21696213 DOI: 10.1021/Jp109344G  0.372
2010 Tokel O, Chen J, Ulrich CK, Houston PL. O((1)D) + N(2)O reaction: NO vibrational and rotational distributions. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 114: 11292-7. PMID 20735039 DOI: 10.1021/jp1042377  0.793
2010 Chen C, Braams B, Lee DY, Bowman JM, Houston PL, Stranges D. Evidence for vinylidene production in the photodissociation of the allyl radical Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 1: 1875-1880. DOI: 10.1021/Jz100638V  0.324
2008 Stranges D, O'Keeffe P, Scotti G, Di Santo R, Houston PL. Competing sigmatropic shift rearrangements in excited allyl radicals. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 128: 151101. PMID 18433182 DOI: 10.1063/1.2907714  0.352
2008 Hepburn JW, Waller IM, Hall GE, Sivakumar N, Burak I, Houston PL. State‐resolved photofragmentation of OCS and CS2 Advances in Laser Science-I. 146: 497-500. DOI: 10.1063/1.35924  0.631
2007 O'Keeffe P, Stranges D, Houston PL. Neutral photodissociation of superexcited states of molecular iodine. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 127: 144309. PMID 17935397 DOI: 10.1063/1.2777160  0.336
2006 Houston PL, Kable SH. Photodissociation of acetaldehyde as a second example of the roaming mechanism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 16079-82. PMID 17047035 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.0604441103  0.619
2006 Kim H, Dooley KS, North SW, Hall GE, Houston PL. Anisotropy of photofragment recoil as a function of dissociation lifetime, excitation frequency, rotational level, and rotational constant. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 125: 133316. PMID 17029469 DOI: 10.1063/1.2216708  0.377
2005 Dixit AA, Lei Y, Lee KW, Quiñones E, Houston PL. Dissociation of sulfur dioxide by ultraviolet multiphoton absorption between 224 and 232 nm. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 109: 1770-5. PMID 16833505 DOI: 10.1021/Jp0453010  0.387
2005 Lambert HM, Davis EW, Tokel O, Dixit AA, Houston PL. Photodissociation channels for N2O near 130 nm studied by product imaging. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 122: 174304. PMID 15910029 DOI: 10.1063/1.1888579  0.787
2004 Lambert HM, Dixit AA, Davis EW, Houston PL. Quantum yields for product formation in the 120-133 nm photodissociation of O2. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 121: 10437-46. PMID 15549924 DOI: 10.1063/1.1809114  0.39
2003 Barron JA, Glazier S, Bernhard S, Takada K, Houston PL, Abruña HD. Photophysics and redox behavior of chiral transition metal polymers. Inorganic Chemistry. 42: 1448-55. PMID 12611509 DOI: 10.1021/Ic020691V  0.596
2003 Glazier S, Barron JA, Morales N, Ruschak AM, Houston PL, Abruña HD. Quenching dynamics of the photoluminescence of [Ru(bpy)3]2+-pendant PAMAM dendrimers by nitro aromatics and other materials Macromolecules. 36: 1272-1278. DOI: 10.1021/Ma020045F  0.598
2003 Barron JA, Bernhard S, Houston PL, Abruña HD, Ruglovsky JL, Malliaras GG. Electroluminescence in ruthenium(II) dendrimers Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 107: 8130-8133. DOI: 10.1021/Jp027139B  0.518
2002 Bernhard S, Barron JA, Houston PL, Abruña HD, Ruglovksy JL, Gao X, Malliaras GG. Electroluminescence in ruthenium(II) complexes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 124: 13624-8. PMID 12418917 DOI: 10.1021/Ja0270524  0.56
2002 Cosofret BR, Lambert HM, Houston PL. N(2D) product velocity mapped imaging in the VUV photolysis of nitrous oxide at 118.2 nm Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society. 23: 179-183. DOI: 10.5012/Bkcs.2002.23.2.179  0.768
2002 Cosofret BR, Lambert HM, Houston PL. Two-photon photodissociation of NO through Rydberg levels in the 265-278 nm region: Spectra and photofragment angular distributions Journal of Chemical Physics. 117: 8787-8799. DOI: 10.1063/1.1513458  0.797
2002 Glazier S, Barron JA, Houston PL, Abruña HD. Photophysics of PAMAM-based dendrimers of polypyridyl complexes of ruthenium Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 106: 9993-10003. DOI: 10.1021/Jp013312C  0.602
2001 Dylewski SM, Geiser JD, Houston PL. The energy distribution, angular distribution, and alignment of the O(1D2) fragment from the photodissociation of ozone between 235 and 305 nm Journal of Chemical Physics. 115: 7460-7473. DOI: 10.1063/1.1405439  0.813
2001 Westley MS, Lorenz KT, Chandler DW, Houston PL. Differential cross sections for rotationally inelastic scattering of NO from He and D2 Journal of Chemical Physics. 114: 2669-2680. DOI: 10.1063/1.1338528  0.79
2001 Dixit AA, Pisano PJ, Houston PL. Differential cross section for rotationally inelastic scattering of vibrationally excited NO(υ=5) from Ar Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 105: 11165-11170. DOI: 10.1021/Jp012318Z  0.386
2001 Gómez S, Lambert HM, Houston PL. The 193-nm photodissociation of NCO Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 105: 6342-6352. DOI: 10.1021/Jp010509W  0.377
2001 Arnold PA, Cosofret BR, Dylewski SM, Houston PL, Carpenter BK. Evidence of a double surface crossing between open- and closed-shell surfaces in the photodissociation of cyclopropyl iodide Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 105: 1693-1701. DOI: 10.1021/Jp0037504  0.774
2001 Houston PL, Cosofret BR, Dixit A, Dylewski SM, Geiser JD, Mueller JA, Wilson RJ, Pisano PJ, Westley MS, Lorenz KT, Chandler DW. Product imaging studies of photodissociation and bimolecular reaction dynamics Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society. 48: 309-318. DOI: 10.1002/Jccs.200100048  0.792
2001 Geiser JD, Dylewski SM, Mueller JA, Wilson RJ, Chang BY, Hoetzlein RC, Houston PL. Improvements in the product imaging technique and their application to ozone photodissociation Acs Symposium Series. 770: 34-55.  0.765
2000 Geiser JD, Dylewski SM, Mueller JA, Wilson RJ, Toumi R, Houston PL. The vibrational distribution of O2(X3Σ- g) produced in the photodissociation of ozone between 226 and 240 and at 266 nm Journal of Chemical Physics. 112: 1279-1286. DOI: 10.1063/1.480679  0.799
2000 Cosofret BR, Dylewski SM, Houston PL. Changes in the vibrational population of SO(3∑-) from the photodissociation of so2 between 202 and 207 nm Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 104: 10240-10246. DOI: 10.1021/Jp001276W  0.794
2000 Pisano PJ, Westley MS, Houston PL. The NO vibrational state distribution in the reaction O()+N2O→2NO Chemical Physics Letters. 318: 385-392. DOI: 10.1016/S0009-2614(00)00028-2  0.813
2000 Pisano PJ, Westley MS, Houston PL. The NO vibrational state distribution in the reaction O( 1D )+N2O → 2NO Chemical Physics Letters. 318: 385-392.  0.803
1999 Taniguchi N, Takahashi K, Matsumi Y, Dylewski SM, Geiser JD, Houston PL. Determination of the heat of formation of O3 using vacuum ultraviolet laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy and two-dimensional product imaging techniques Journal of Chemical Physics. 111: 6350-6355. DOI: 10.1063/1.479939  0.802
1999 Dobeck LM, Lambert HM, Kong W, Pisano PJ, Houston PL. H2 Production in the 440-nm Photodissociation of Glyoxal Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 103: 10312-10323. DOI: 10.1021/Jp992333S  0.358
1999 Dylewski SM, Geiser JD, Houston PL. Ion imaging of O(1D) atoms from the UV photodissociation of ozone Iqec, International Quantum Electronics Conference Proceedings. 136.  0.782
1998 Mueller JA, Rogers SA, Houston PL. Zero kinetic energy photofragment spectroscopy: The threshold dissociation of NO2 Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 102: 9666-9673. DOI: 10.1021/Jp982634M  0.393
1998 Houston PL, Mueller JA, Wilson RJ, Chang BY, Dylewski S, Geiser JD. Photodissociation dynamics of ozone in the ultraviolet Technical Digest - European Quantum Electronics Conference. 77-78.  0.758
1997 Wilson RJ, Mueller JA, Houston PL. Speed-dependent anisotropy parameters in the UV photodissociation of ozone Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 101: 7593-7599. DOI: 10.1021/Jp971158H  0.38
1996 Toumi R, Houston PL, Wodtke AM. Reactive O2(v⩾26) as a source of stratospheric O3 The Journal of Chemical Physics. 104: 775-776. DOI: 10.1063/1.471642  0.329
1996 Houston PL, Suits AG, Toumi R. Isotopic enrichment of heavy ozone in the stratosphere Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 101: 18829-18834. DOI: 10.1029/96Jd01664  0.545
1996 Houston PL. New laser-based and imaging methods for studying the dynamics of molecular collisions The Journal of Physical Chemistry®. 100: 12757-12770. DOI: 10.1021/Jp960131F  0.333
1995 Neyer DW, Luo X, Burak I, Houston PL. Photodissociation dynamics of state-selected resonances of HCO X̃ 2A′ prepared by stimulated emission pumping The Journal of Chemical Physics. 102: 1645-1657. DOI: 10.1063/1.468896  0.687
1995 Masson DP, Merrill RP, Houston PL. The sticking and dissociation of NH3 on W(110): a three-state model Surface Science. 330: 239-254. DOI: 10.1016/0039-6028(95)00368-1  0.553
1994 Miller RL, Suits AG, Houston PL, Toumi R, Mack JA, Wodtke AM. The "Ozone Deficit" Problem: O2(X, v ge 26) + O(3P) from 226-nm Ozone Photodissociation. Science (New York, N.Y.). 265: 1831-8. PMID 17797220 DOI: 10.1126/Science.265.5180.1831  0.547
1994 Miller RL, Suits AG, Houston PL, Toumi R, Mack JA, Wodtke AM. The "ozone deficit" problem: O2(X, v ≥ 26) + Q(3P) from 226-nm ozone photodissociation Science. 265: 1831-1838.  0.472
1993 Hradil VP, Suzuki T, Hewitt SA, Houston PL, Whitaker BJ. An investigation of the 355 nm photodissociation of NO2 by state-resolved photofragment imaging The Journal of Chemical Physics. 99: 4455-4463. DOI: 10.1063/1.466072  0.811
1993 Nan G, Neyer DW, Houston PL, Burak I. Electronic‐to‐vibrational, ‐rotational, and ‐translational energy transfer: S(1D)+CO, N2, O2, and CO2 measured by Doppler spectroscopy Journal of Chemical Physics. 98: 4603-4609. DOI: 10.1063/1.464988  0.678
1993 Neyer DW, Luo X, Houston PL, Burak I. CO product distribution from metastable levels of HCO X̃ 2A′ prepared by stimulated emission pumping The Journal of Chemical Physics. 98: 5095-5098. DOI: 10.1063/1.464966  0.681
1993 Misaizu F, Houston PL, Nishi N, Shinohara H, Kondow T, Kinoshita M. Formation of protonated ammonia cluster ions: Two-color two-photon ionization study The Journal of Chemical Physics. 98: 336-341. DOI: 10.1063/1.464626  0.3
1993 Suits AG, Miller RL, Bontuyan LS, Houston PL. Corrigendum Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions. 89: 3667. DOI: 10.1039/Ft9938903667  0.511
1993 Suits AG, Miller RL, Bontuyan LS, Houston PL. Photofragment vector correlations by ion imaging: O2 [a 1δg(v, J)] from 248 nm dissociation of ozone Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions. 89: 1443-1447. DOI: 10.1039/Ft9938901443  0.594
1993 Springsteen LL, Satyapal S, Matsumi Y, Dobeck LM, Houston PL. Anisotropy and energy disposal in the 193-nm N2O photodissociation measured by VUV laser-induced fluorescence of O(1D) Journal of Physical Chemistry. 97: 7239-7241. DOI: 10.1021/J100130A019  0.421
1993 Bontuyan LS, Suits AG, Houston PL, Whitaker BJ. State-resolved differential cross sections for crossed-beam Ar-NO inelastic scattering by direct ion imaging Journal of Physical Chemistry. 97: 6342-6350. DOI: 10.1021/J100126A006  0.731
1993 Nan G, Burak I, Houston PL. Photodissociation of OCS at 222 nm. The triplet channel Chemical Physics Letters. 209: 383-389. DOI: 10.1016/0009-2614(93)80035-N  0.681
1993 Nan G, Neyer DW, Houston PL, Burak I. Electronic-to-vibrational, -rotational, and -translational energy transfer: S(1D)+CO, N2, O2, and CO2 measured by Doppler spectroscopy The Journal of Chemical Physics. 98: 4603-4609.  0.646
1992 Neyer DW, Kable SH, Loison JC, Houston PL, Burak I, Goldfield EM. CO product distributions from the visible photodissociation of HCO The Journal of Chemical Physics. 97: 9036-9045. DOI: 10.1063/1.463330  0.766
1992 Asscher M, Zimmermann FM, Springsteen LL, Houston PL, Ho W. Translational and internal energy distributions of CO photochemically desorbed from oxidized Ni(111) The Journal of Chemical Physics. 96: 4808-4811. DOI: 10.1063/1.462768  0.344
1992 Miller RL, Kable SH, Houston PL, Burak I. Product distributions in the 157 nm photodissociation of CO2 The Journal of Chemical Physics. 96: 332-338. DOI: 10.1063/1.462521  0.776
1992 Moss DB, Trentelman KA, Houston PL. 193 nm photodissociation dynamics of nitromethane The Journal of Chemical Physics. 96: 237-247. DOI: 10.1063/1.462510  0.4
1992 Suits AG, Bontuyan LS, Houston PL, Whitaker BJ. Differential cross sections for state-selected products by direct imaging: Ar+NO The Journal of Chemical Physics. 96: 8618-8620. DOI: 10.1063/1.462265  0.738
1992 Jimenez R, Kable SH, Loison JC, Simpson CJSM, Adam W, Houston PL. Photodissociation dynamics of 3-cyclopentenone: Using the impact parameter distribution as a criterion for concertedness Journal of Physical Chemistry. 96: 4188-4195. DOI: 10.1021/J100190A018  0.601
1992 McBane GC, Burak I, Hall GE, Houston PL. The sulfur (1D) + nitrogen quenching process: determination of branching ratios to triplet fine structure products The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 96: 753-755. DOI: 10.1021/J100181A042  0.745
1992 Mcbane GC, Burak I, Hall GE, Houston PL. The S(1D) + N2 quenching process: Determination of branching ratios to triplet fine structure products The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 96: 753-755.  0.631
1991 McBane GC, Kable SH, Houston PL, Schatz GC. Collisional excitation of CO by 2.3 eV H atoms The Journal of Chemical Physics. 94: 1141-1149. DOI: 10.1063/1.460020  0.788
1991 Strauss CEM, Kable SH, Chawla GK, Houston PL, Burak IR. Dissociation dynamics of C3O2 excited at 157.6 nm The Journal of Chemical Physics. 94: 1837-1849. DOI: 10.1063/1.459958  0.752
1991 Loison JC, Kable SH, Houston PL, Burak I. Photofragment excitation spectroscopy of the formyl (HCO/DCO) radical: Linewidths and predissociation rates of the Ã(A″) state The Journal of Chemical Physics. 94: 1796-1802. DOI: 10.1063/1.459953  0.728
1991 Strauss CEM, Jimenez R, Houston PL. Correlations without coincidence measurements: Impact parameter distributions for dissociations Journal of Physical Chemistry. 95: 8110-8118. DOI: 10.1021/J100174A020  0.338
1991 Kable SH, Loison JC, Neyer DW, Houston PL, Burak I, Dixon RN. Observation of a parallel recoil distribution from a perpendicular absorption transition in formyl radicals HCO and DCO The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 95: 8013-8018. DOI: 10.1021/J100174A006  0.73
1991 Suzuki T, Hradil VP, Hewitt SA, Houston PL, Whitaker BJ. Two-dimensional imaging of state-selected photofragments: the 355 nm photolysis of NO2 Chemical Physics Letters. 187: 257-262. DOI: 10.1016/0009-2614(91)90422-6  0.796
1991 Kable SH, Loison JC, Neyer DW, Houston PL, Burak I, Dixon RN. Observation of a parallel recoil distribution from a perpendicular absorption transition in HCO and DCO Journal of Physical Chemistry. 95: 8013-8018.  0.531
1990 Hamers JS, Houston PL, Merrill RP. Vibrational relaxation of carbon dioxide at LiF(100) The Journal of Chemical Physics. 92: 5661-5676. DOI: 10.1063/1.458498  0.64
1990 Kable SH, Loison JC, Houston PL, Burak I. The photochemistry of the formyl radical: Energy content of the photoproducts The Journal of Chemical Physics. 92: 6332-6333. DOI: 10.1063/1.458311  0.731
1990 Trentelman KA, Moss DB, Kable SH, Houston PL. The 193-nm photodissociation of cyclobutanone: Dynamics of the C2 and C3 channels Journal of Physical Chemistry. 94: 3031-3039. DOI: 10.1021/J100370A055  0.535
1989 Ogorzalek Loo R, Marinelli WJ, Houston PL, Arepalli S, Wiesenfeld JR, Field RW. Multiphoton ionization of O2 X 3Σ−g, a 1Δg, and b 1Σ+g via the two‐photon resonant nsσg, ndσg, and ndπg Rydberg levels The Journal of Chemical Physics. 91: 5185-5200. DOI: 10.1063/1.457589  0.371
1989 Trentelman KA, Kable SH, Moss DB, Houston PL. Photodissociation dynamics of acetone at 193 nm: Photofragment internal and translational energy distributions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 91: 7498-7513. DOI: 10.1063/1.457274  0.599
1989 Strauss CE, McBane GC, Houston PL, Burak I, Hepburn JW. The 157 nm photodissociation of OCS The Journal of Chemical Physics. 90: 5364-5372. DOI: 10.1063/1.456443  0.784
1989 Ogorzalek Loo R, Haerri HP, Hall GE, Houston PL. Methyl rotation, vibration, and alignment from a multiphoton ionization study of the 266 nm photodissociation of methyl iodide The Journal of Chemical Physics. 90: 4222-4236. DOI: 10.1063/1.455779  0.32
1989 Levine RD, Simons JP, Pullman DP, Herschbach DR, Buckingham AD, Nicolasen G, Janssen MHM, Stolte S, Schechter I, Loesch HJ, Hoffmeister M, McKendrick KG, Bernstein RB, Parker DH, Laganà A, ... ... Houston PL, et al. General discussion Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 2: Molecular and Chemical Physics. 85: 1243-1323. DOI: 10.1039/F29898501243  0.501
1989 Loo RO, Strauss CE, Haerri HP, Hall GE, Houston PL, Burak I, Hepburn JW. Vector correlations in the 157 nm photodissociation of OCS and the 266 nm photodissociation of methyl iodide Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 2: Molecular and Chemical Physics. 85: 1185-1205. DOI: 10.1039/F29898501185  0.674
1988 Chawla GK, McBane GC, Houston PL, Schatz GC. State-selective studies of T→R, V energy transfer: The H+CO system The Journal of Chemical Physics. 88: 5481-5488. DOI: 10.1063/1.454559  0.713
1988 Hamers RJ, Houston PL, Merrill RP. Competition between direct-inelastic and trapping desorption channels in the scattering of NO (v=0, J) from Ir(111) a The Journal of Chemical Physics. 88: 6548-6555. DOI: 10.1063/1.454441  0.687
1988 Sivakumar N, Hall GE, Houston PL, Hepburn JW, Burak I. State-resolved photodissociation of OCS monomers and clusters The Journal of Chemical Physics. 88: 3692-3708. DOI: 10.1063/1.453869  0.675
1988 Hall GE, Sivakumar N, Chawla D, Houston PL, Burak I. Angular correlations between recoil velocity and angular momentum vectors in molecular photodissociation The Journal of Chemical Physics. 88: 3682-3691. DOI: 10.1063/1.453868  0.64
1988 Houston PL, Merrill RP. Gas-surface interactions with vibrationally excited molecules Chemical Reviews. 88: 657-671. DOI: 10.1021/Cr00086A005  0.595
1988 Hall GE, Loo RO, Harri H, Sivakumar N, Chawla GK, Houston PL, Chandler DW, Hepburn JW, Burak I. Vector Correlations in the Photodissociation of CH3I, OCS, and Glyoxal Berichte Der Bunsengesellschaft FüR Physikalische Chemie. 92: 281-288. DOI: 10.1002/bbpc.198800063  0.562
1987 Chandler DW, Houston PL. Two-dimensional imaging of state-selected photodissociation products detected by multiphoton ionization The Journal of Chemical Physics. 87: 1445-1447. DOI: 10.1063/1.453276  0.369
1987 Burak I, Hepburn JW, Sivakumar N, Hall GE, Chawla G, Houston PL. State‐to‐state photodissociation dynamics of trans‐glyoxal The Journal of Chemical Physics. 86: 1258-1268. DOI: 10.1063/1.452215  0.688
1986 Hall GE, Sivakumar N, Houston PL, Burak I. Measurement of the angular correlation between recoil velocity and angular momentum vectors in molecular photodissociation. Physical Review Letters. 56: 1671-1674. PMID 10032738 DOI: 10.1103/Physrevlett.56.1671  0.63
1986 Hall GE, Sivakumar N, Ogorzalek R, Chawla G, Haerri HP, Houston PL, Burak I, Hepburn JW. Product correlations in photofragment dynamics Faraday Discussions of the Chemical Society. 82: 13-24. DOI: 10.1039/Dc9868200013  0.667
1985 Hall GE, Sivakumar N, Houston PL. Rotational alignment of the CN fragment of ICN photodissociation The Journal of Chemical Physics. 84: 2120-2128. DOI: 10.1063/1.450423  0.334
1985 Hamers RJ, Houston PL, Merrill RP. Direct-inelastic and trapping-desorption scattering of NO(v = 0, J) from Ir(111): Angular, velocity, and rotational energy distributions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 83: 6045-6046. DOI: 10.1063/1.449640  0.703
1985 Lyman JL, Müller G, Houston PL, Piltch M, Schmid WE, Kompa KL. A laser-induced fluorescence and information-theory investigation of energy transfer processes in benzene-argon collisions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 82: 810-821. DOI: 10.1063/1.448507  0.332
1985 Misewich J, Houston PL, Merrill RP. Vibrational relaxation of carbon dioxide (101) and carbon monoxide (v=2) during gas-surface collisions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 82: 1577-1584. DOI: 10.1063/1.448433  0.639
1985 Sivakumar N, Burak I, Cheung WY, Houston PL, Hepburn JW. State-resolved photofragmentation of carbonyl sulfide (OCS) monomers and clusters The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 89: 3609-3611. DOI: 10.1021/J100263A008  0.607
1983 Misewich J, Plum CN, Blyholder G, Houston PL, Merrill RP. Vibrational relaxation during gas-surface collisions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 78: 4245-4249. DOI: 10.1063/1.445101  0.625
1983 Hall GE, Marinelli WJ, Houston PL. Electronic-to-vibrational energy transfer from I*(52P1/2) to I2(25Journal of Physical Chemistry. 87: 2153-2161. DOI: 10.1021/J100235A024  0.321
1980 Avilés RG, Muller DF, Houston PL. Quenching of laser-excited O2(b 1Σ + g) by CO2, H2O, and I2 Applied Physics Letters. 37: 358-360. DOI: 10.1063/1.91935  0.351
1980 Roellig MP, Houston PL, Asscher M, Haas Y. CF3NO photodissociation dynamics The Journal of Chemical Physics. 73: 5081-5091. DOI: 10.1063/1.439986  0.4
1980 Hawkins WG, Houston PL. 193 nm photodissociation of H2S: The SH internal energy distribution Journal of Chemical Physics. 73: 297-302. DOI: 10.1063/1.439873  0.378
1980 Asscher M, Haas Y, Roellig MP, Houston PL. Two-photon excitation as a monitoring technique for photodissociation dynamics: CF3NO→CF3+NO(v,J) The Journal of Chemical Physics. 72: 768-769. DOI: 10.1063/1.438914  0.31
1978 Roellig MP, Houston PL. Photodissociation of CF3NO: observation of NO (υ=1) Chemical Physics Letters. 57: 75-79. DOI: 10.1016/0009-2614(78)80354-6  0.309
1976 Houston PL, Moore CB. Formaldehyde photochemistry: Appearance rate, vibrational relaxation, and energy distribution of the CO product Journal of Chemical Physics. 65: 757-770. DOI: 10.1063/1.433092  0.54
1975 Haas Y, Houston PL, Clark JH, Moore CB, Rosen H, Robrish P. Long‐lived Ka=0, 2B1 states of NO2: A direct measurement using a tunable dye laser The Journal of Chemical Physics. 63: 4195-4197. DOI: 10.1063/1.431178  0.325
1975 Houston PL, Steinfeld JI. Low-temperature absorption contour of the ν3 band of SF6 Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy. 54: 335-337. DOI: 10.1016/0022-2852(75)90088-0  0.456
1974 Houston PL. Applications of lasers to kinetic spectroscopy Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 49: 35-42. DOI: 10.1117/12.7978712  0.325
1973 Poulsen LL, Houston PL, Steinfeld JI. Near‐resonant vibration↔ rotation energy transfer Journal of Chemical Physics. 58: 3381-3388. DOI: 10.1063/1.1679666  0.571
1973 Poulsen LL, Houston PL, Steinfeld JI. Near-resonant vibration ↔ rotation energy transfer The Journal of Chemical Physics. 3381-3388.  0.51
1972 Houston PL, Nowak AV, Steinfeld JI. Infrared Double Resonance in BC1s Ieee Journal of Quantum Electronics. 8: 607-608. DOI: 10.1109/JQE.1972.1077233  0.427
1972 Houston PL, Sutton DG, Steinfeld JI. Behavior of a pulsed-discharge laser with an intracavity absorber Journal of Applied Physics. 43: 2014-2015. DOI: 10.1063/1.1661443  0.673
1971 Burak I, Houston PL, Sutton DG, Steinfeld JI. Mechanism of Passive Q Switching in Co2 Lasers Ieee Journal of Quantum Electronics. 7: 73-82. DOI: 10.1109/Jqe.1971.1076596  0.759
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