William E. Cooke

1995- College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 
Elementary Particles and High Energy Physics
"William E. Cooke"


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Daniel Kleppner grad student 1976 MIT
 (Magnetic interactions in Van der Waals molecules.)


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Linn D. Van Woerkom grad student 1987 USC
Qian Si grad student 2014 William and Mary
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Malyarenko DI, Cooke WE, Bunai CL, et al. (2010) Automated assignment of ionization states in broad-mass matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization spectra of protein mixtures. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry : Rcm. 24: 138-46
Waligorski G, Cooke WE. (2001) Measuring angular distributions with large-acceptance-angle detectors Measurement Science and Technology. 12: 299-305
Waligorski G, Zhou L, Cooke WE. (1997) Technique for measuring the linewidth of autoionizing Rydberg states Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 55: 1544-1547
Xu GT, Wang X, Story JG, et al. (1993) Residual-ion orientation after autoionization. Physical Review. A. 47: R2438-R2441
Xu GT, Cooke WE. (1993) High-angular-momentum transfer during the autoionization of the 6p1/2nd J=3 states of barium Physical Review A. 48: 2054-2057
Xu GT, Wang X, Cooke WE. (1993) Spectroscopy of autoionizing states using state-selective ion detection Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. 26: 103-108
Wang X, Cooke WE. (1992) Amplitude modulation of atomic wave functions Physical Review A. 46
Wang X, Story JG, Cooke WE. (1991) Intraconfiguration interactions in barium 6p1/2nf autoionizing states. Physical Review. A. 43: 3535-3542
Wang X, Cooke WE. (1991) Wave-front autoionization: Classical decay of two-electron atoms Physical Review Letters. 67: 976-979
Van Woerkom LD, Freeman RR, Cooke WE, et al. (1990) X-ray autocorrelator Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 1229: 159
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