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Preston Scrape

InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder

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    1. Chang CH, Scrape PG, Nesbitt DJ. Sub-Doppler slit jet infrared spectroscopy of astrochemically relevant cations: The NH stretching mode in ND3H. J Chem Phys. 2018 Oct 14; 149(14):144303. PMID: 30316288.
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    2. Smart SE, Scrape PG, Butler LJ, Mazziotti DA. Using reduced density matrix techniques to capture static and dynamic correlation in the energy landscape for the decomposition of the CH2CH2ONO radical and support a non-IRC pathway. J Chem Phys. 2018 Jul 14; 149(2):024302. PMID: 30007389.
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    3. Adams JD, Scrape PG, Li S, Lee SH, Butler LJ. Primary Product Branching in the Photodissociation of Chloroacetaldehyde at 157 nm. J Phys Chem A. 2017 Sep 14; 121(36):6732-6741. PMID: 28862852.
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    4. Adams JD, Scrape PG, Lee SH, Butler LJ. Dissociative Photoionization of the Elusive Vinoxy Radical. J Phys Chem A. 2017 Aug 24; 121(33):6262-6268. PMID: 28806080.
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    5. Scrape PG, Roberts TD, Lee SH, Butler LJ. Dissociation Pathways of the CH2CH2ONO Radical: NO2 + Ethene, NO + Oxirane, and a Non-Intrinsic Reaction Coordinate HNO + Vinoxy Pathway. J Phys Chem A. 2016 Jul 14; 120(27):4973-87. PMID: 27124098.
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    6. Wang L, Scrape PG, Roberts TD, Joshi PP, Butler LJ. Competing C-Br and O-NO Photofission upon Excitation of BrCH2CH2ONO at 193 nm. J Phys Chem A. 2015 Dec 17; 119(50):12005-14. PMID: 26168367.
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    7. Lee PW, Scrape PG, Butler LJ, Lee YP. Two HCl-Elimination Channels and Two CO-Formation Channels Detected with Time-Resolved Infrared Emission upon Photolysis of Acryloyl Chloride [CH2CHC(O)Cl] at 193 nm. J Phys Chem A. 2015 Jul 16; 119(28):7293-304. PMID: 25658197.
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