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Herschbach, J. Chem. Phys.
129
, 214110 (2008)
484.
Seeding liberal arts courses with science parables, D.
Herschbach, Science News
174
(No. 2), 32 (19 July, 2008)
2009
485.
Book Review: “Generous Chemist with a Keen Eye,” D.
Herschbach on
Chemistry & Art
, by Alfred Bader
(Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London), Chem. & Eng. News
87
,
58-61 (March 16, 2009).
486.
Orienting Molecules via an IR and UV Pulse Pair:
Implications for Coherent Raman Spectroscopy, A. V.
Sokolov, K. K. Lehmann, M. O. Scully and D. Herschbach,
Phys. Rev. A
79
, 053805 (2009).
487.
Molecular Collisions, from warm to ultracold, D.
Herschbach, Faraday Disc.
142
, 9-23 (2009).
488.
Contributions to Faraday Disc.
142
, on
Cold and
Ultracold Molecules
(2009): D. Herschbach (a) Comment
on transition states & early or late barriers, p. 93; (b)
Comment on inhibition by exit centrifugal barrier, p. 93-
94; (c) Comment on “weighing an electron” by rotational
spectroscopy, p. 99.
489.
Forward, D. R. Herschbach for
Cold Molecules: Theory,
Experiment, Applications,
Eds. R. V. Krems, W. C.
Stwalley, and B. Friedrich (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis
Group, Boca Raton, FL, 2009).
490.
Unique properties of thermally tailored copper:
Magnetically active regions and anomalous X-ray
fluorescence emissions, C.J. Nagel and D. R. Herschbach,
J. Phys. Chem. C
113
, 21428-21440 (2009).
2010
491. Low-energy limit for tunneling subject to an Eckart
po
tential barrier, S.H. Lipoff and D.R. Herschbach, Mol.
Phys.
108
, 1133-1143 (2010).
492. Synthetics Take Charge, D. Herschbach, Calliope
21
, 36-
39 (September, 2010).
493. Forward, D. Herschbach, in
Success with Science: The
Winners’ Guide to High School Research
, Shiv Gaglani,
Ed., (Research Corporation for Science Advancement,
2010).
494.
A Lesson Offered by Bryozoans, D. Herschbach, in
Passion
for Knowledge
(Donostia International Physics Center,
2010).
495.
Remarks at City Hall, D. Herschbach, in
Passion for
Knowledge
(Donostia International Physics Center,
2010).
496. Variational justification of the dimensional scaling
method in chemical physics: the H-atom. G. Chen, Z.
Ding, C.-S. Lin, D. Herschbach and M.O. Scully, J. Math.
Chem. 48, 791-911 (2010).
2011
497. Entanglement of polar molecules in pendular states,
Q. Wei, S. Kais, B. Friedrich, D. Herschbach, J. Chem.
Phys.
134
, 124107 (2011).
498. Enta
nglement of polar symmetric top molecules as
candidate qubits, Q. Wei, S. Kais, B. Friedrich, D.
Herschbach, J. Chem. Phys.
135
,154102 (2011).
499. The Importance of Science in Elementary School,
D. Herschbach, STANYS Newsletter, Special Edition
(Science Teachers Assoc’n, New York, 2011), p. 11.
2012
500. Minimalist Model for Force-Dependent DNA Replication,
E.X. Nong, S.J. DeVience and D. Herschbach, Biophysical
J.,
102
, 810-818 (2012).
501. Pulsed
rotating supersonic source for use with merged
mo
lecular beams, L. Sheffield, M. Hickey, V. Krasovitskiy,
K.D.D. Rathnayaka
, I.F. Lyuksyutov, D.R. Herschbach,
Re. Sci. Instrum.
83
, 064103 (2012).
502. Merged Beams for Slow Molecular Collision Experiments,
Q. Wei, I.F. Lyuksyutov and D. Herschbach, J. Chem.
Phys.
137
, 054202 (2012).
503. Interview, D. Herschbach, J. Rigden, B. Friedrich, Mol.
Phys.
110
, 1549-1590 (2012).