Research in the Suits group employs a broad range of experimental techniques to probe fundamental chemical reaction dynamics and photochemistry.
Many of these use DC slice velocity map imaging and other methods to probe scattering in crossed or co-propagating molecular beams, atomic orbital and spin polarization in photodissociation, cold collisions and quantum aspects of roaming radical reactions, reaction kinetics and dynamics and low temperature, and ultrafast dissociation dynamics. The instruments employed in these experiments and selected applications are discussed in greater detail in the links below.
: Crossed beam reactive scattering
: High-resolution velocity map photodissociation
: Imaging angular momentum polarization in photodissociation
: Chirped-pulse mmWave spectroscopy in uniform supersonic flows
: cw-Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy in uniform supersonic flows
: Intrabeam and copropragating beam scattering for cold collisions
: Multimass and Coulomb Explosion Imaging of photodissociation