Curt Wittig
Curt Wittig
Professor of Chemistry, USC
Verified email at usc.edu
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Role of water in electron-initiated processes and radical chemistry: Issues and scientific advances
BC Garrett, DA Dixon, DM Camaioni, DM Chipman, MA Johnson, ...
Chemical Reviews 105 (1), 355-390, 2005
5152005
A nomenclature for Λ‐doublet levels in rotating linear molecules
MH Alexander, P Andresen, R Bacis, R Bersohn, FJ Comes, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 89 (4), 1749-1753, 1988
2351988
The Landau− Zener Formula
C Wittig
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (17), 8428-8430, 2005
2322005
The 266 nm photolysis of ICN: Recoil velocity anisotropies and nascent E,V,R,T excitations for the CN+I(2P3/2) and CN+I(2P1/2) channels
I Nadler, D Mahgerefteh, H Reisler, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 82 (9), 3885-3893, 1985
2041985
Nascent product excitations in unimolecular reactions: the separate statistical ensembles method
C Wittig, I Nadler, H Reisler, M Noble, J Catanzarite, G Radhakrishnan
The Journal of chemical physics 83 (11), 5581-5588, 1985
1801985
Photoinitiated reactions in weakly bonded complexes
C Wittig, S Sharpe, RA Beaudet
Accounts of Chemical Research 21 (9), 341-347, 1988
1681988
Kinetic and internal energy distributions via velocity‐aligned Doppler spectroscopy: The 193 nm photodissociation of H2S and HBr
Z Xu, B Koplitz, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 87 (2), 1062-1069, 1987
1441987
Probing the NO2→NO+O transition state via time resolved unimolecular decomposition
SI Ionov, GA Brucker, C Jaques, Y Chen, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 99 (5), 3420-3435, 1993
1381993
The use of van der Waals forces to orient chemical reactants: The H+CO2 reaction
S Buelow, G Radhakrishnan, J Catanzarite, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 83 (1), 444-445, 1985
1291985
Orienting reactants using van der Waals precursors: OCO ⋅ HBr+hν → {OCO ← H}+Br → CO+OH+Br
G Radhakrishnan, S Buelow, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 84 (2), 727-738, 1986
1261986
Photo-initiated unimolecular reactions
H Reisler, C Wittig
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 37 (1), 307-349, 1986
1171986
NCNO→ CN+ NO: Complete NO (E, V, R) and CN (V, R) nascent population distributions from well‐characterized monoenergetic unimolecular reactions
CXW Qian, M Noble, I Nadler, H Reisler, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 83 (11), 5573-5580, 1985
1131985
Kinetics of free radicals generated by IR laser photolysis. IV. Intersystem crossings and reactions of C2(X1Σ+g) and C2(a3Πu) in the gaseous phase
H Reisler, MS Mangir, C Wittig
The Journal of Chemical Physics 73 (5), 2280-2286, 1980
1131980
Subpicosecond resolution studies of the H+CO2→CO+OH reaction photoinitiated in CO2–HI complexes
SI Ionov, GA Brucker, C Jaques, L Valachovic, C Wittig
The Journal of chemical physics 99 (9), 6553-6561, 1993
1101993
Photoinitiated reactions in weakly bonded complexes
SK Shin, Y Chen, S Nickolaisen, SW Sharpe, RA Beaudet, C Wittig
Advances in photochemistry 16, 249-363, 1991
1081991
Infrared molecular lasers pumped by electronic‐vibrational energy transfer from Br(42P1/2): CO2, N2O, HCN, and C2H2
AB Petersen, C Wittig, SR Leone
Applied Physics Letters 27 (5), 305-307, 1975
1061975
The kinetics of free radicals generated by IR laser photolysis. II. Reactions of C2 (X 1Σ+ g), C2 (a 3Πu), C3 (X 1Σ+ g) and CN (X 2Σ+) with O2
H Reisler, M Mangir, C Wittig
Chemical Physics 47 (1), 49-58, 1980
1051980
The role of initial conditions in elementary gas-phase processes involving intermediate" complexes"
S Buelow, M Noble, G Radhakrishnan, H Reisler, C Wittig, G Hancock
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 90 (6), 1015-1027, 1986
1021986
CF4 and NOCl molecular lasers operating in the 16‐μm region
JJ Tiee, C Wittig
Applied Physics Letters 30 (8), 420-422, 1977
991977
Infrared absorption spectroscopy of CO2–HX complexes using the CO2 asymmetric stretch chromophore: CO2HF(DF) and CO2HCl(DCl) linear and CO2HBr …
SW Sharpe, YP Zeng, C Wittig, RA Beaudet
The Journal of chemical physics 92 (2), 943-958, 1990
971990
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