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Recent Publications

1. D V Nickel, S P Delaney, H Bian, J Zheng, T M Korter, and D M Mittleman, Terahertz Vibrational Modes of the Rigid Crystal Phase of Succinonitrile. J. Phys. Chem. A. 118.13(2014): 2442-2446. link

2. H Chen, X Wen, J Li, and J Zheng, Molecular Distances Determined with Resonant Vibrational Energy Transfers. J. Phys. Chem. A. 118.13(2014): 2463-2469. link

3. K Yuan, H Bian, Y Shen, B Jiang, J Li, Y Zhang, H Chen, and J Zheng, Coordination Number of Li+ in Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions Determined by Molecular Rotational Measurements. J. Phys. Chem. B 118.13(2014): 3689-3695.link



1. H Chen, H Bian, J Li, X Guo, X Wen, and J Zheng, Molecular Conformations of Crystalline L-Cysteine Determined with Vibrational Cross Angle Measurements. J. Phys. Chem. B. 117.49 (2013): 15614-15624. link

2. H Chen, Y Zhang, J Li, H Liu, D Jiang, and J Zheng,Vibrational Cross-Angles in Condensed Molecules: A Structural Tool. J. Phys. Chem. A. 117.35 (2013): 8407-8415. link

3. H Bian, H Chen, Q Zhang, J Li, X Wen, W Zhuang, and J Zheng, Cation Effects on Rotational Dynamics of Anions and Water Molecules in Alkali (Li+, Na+, K+, Cs+) Thiocyanate (SCN–) Aqueous Solutions. J. Phys. Chem. B., 117.26 (2013):7972–7984.link

4.Q Zhang, W Xie, H Bian, Y Gao, W Zhuang, and J Zheng, Microscopic Origin of the Deviation from Stokes-Einstein Behavior Observed in Dynamics of the KSCN Aqueous Solutions: A MD Simulation Study. J. Phys. Chem. B. 117.10 (2013): 2992-3004. link

5.H Chen, H Bian, J Li, X Wen, and J Zheng, Relative Intermolecular Orientation Probed via Molecular Heat Transport. J. Phys. Chem. A. 117.29 (2013):6052-6065. link



1. H Bian, J Li, Q Zhang, H Chen, W Zhuang, Y Gao, and J Zheng, Ion Segregation in Aqueous Solutions, J. Phys. Chem. B. 116, 14426 (2012). link

2. J Li, H Bian, X Wen, H Chen, K Yuan, and J Zheng, Probing Ion/Molecule Interactions in Aqueous Solutions with Vibrational Energy Transfer. J. Phys. Chem. B. 116, 12284, 2012. link

3. H Chen, H Bian, J Li, X Wen, and J Zheng, Ultrafast multiple-mode multiple-dimensional vibrational spectroscopy. International Reviews in Physical Chemistry, 2012. link

4. J Li, H Bian, H Chen, X Wen, B. Hoang, and J Zheng, Ion Association in Aqueous Solutions Probed through Vibrational Energy Transfers among Cation, Anion and Water Molecules. J. Phys. Chem. B. 117, 4274-4283, 2012. link

5. H Bian, J Li, H Chen, K Yuan, X Wen, Y Li, Z, Sun and J Zheng, Molecular Conformations and Dynamics on Surfaces of Gold Nanoparticles Probed with Multiple-Mode Multiple-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy J Phys Chem C 116, 7913 (2012). link



1. H Bian, H Chen, J Li, X Wen, and J Zheng, Nonresonant and Resonant Mode-Specific Intermolecular Vibrational Energy Transfers in Electrolyte Aqueous Solutions. J Phys Chem A,115, 11657(2011). link

2. H Bian, X Wen, J Li, H Chen, S Han, X Sun, J Song, W Zhuang, and J Zheng, Ion clustering in aqueous solutions probed with vibrational energy transfer, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 108, 4737 (2011). link

3. H Bian, J Li, X Wen, Z Sun, J Song, W Zhuang, J Zheng, Mapping molecular conformations with multiple-mode two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy, J Phys Chem A, 115, 3357, (2011). link



1. H Bian, X Wen, J Li, and J Zheng, Mode-specific intermolecular vibrational energy transfer. II.Deuterated water and potassium selenocyanate mixture, J Chem Phys, 133, 034505 (2010). link

2. H. Bian, J Li, X Wen, and J Zheng, Mode-specific intermolecular vibrational energy transfer. I. Phenyl selenocyanate and deuterated chloroform mixture, J Chem Phys, 132, 184505 (2010). link

3. J Zheng, 2D IR spectroscopy (invited review) Wuli (Physics in Chinese), 39, 162 (2010).



1. H Bian, W Zhao, and J Zheng, Intermolecular vibrational energy exchange directly probed with ultrafast two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy, J Chem Phys, 131, 124501 (2009). link



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