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Laser-induced incandescence: recent trends and current questions
C Schulz, BF Kock, M Hofmann, H Michelsen, S Will, B Bougie, R Suntz, ...
Applied Physics B 83 (3), 333-354, 2006
5962006
Electrokinetic resolution of amino acid enantiomers with copper (II)-aspartame support electrolyte
P Gozel, E Gassmann, H Michelsen, RN Zare
Analytical Chemistry 59 (1), 44-49, 1987
4501987
Resonance-stabilized hydrocarbon-radical chain reactions may explain soot inception and growth
KO Johansson, MP Head-Gordon, PE Schrader, KR Wilson, ...
Science 361 (6406), 997-1000, 2018
4142018
Stratospheric water vapor increases over the past half‐century
KH Rosenlof, SJ Oltmans, D Kley, JM Russell III, EW Chiou, WP Chu, ...
Geophysical research letters 28 (7), 1195-1198, 2001
3752001
Understanding and predicting the temporal response of laser-induced incandescence from carbonaceous particles
HA Michelsen
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (15), 7012-7045, 2003
3672003
Laser-induced incandescence: Particulate diagnostics for combustion, atmospheric, and industrial applications
HA Michelsen, C Schulz, GJ Smallwood, S Will
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 51, 2-48, 2015
3272015
Quantum‐state‐specific dynamics of the dissociative adsorption and associative desorption of H2 at a Cu(111) surface
CT Rettner, HA Michelsen, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 102 (11), 4625-4641, 1995
3201995
Effect of rotation on the translational and vibrational energy dependence of the dissociative adsorption of D2 on Cu(111)
HA Michelsen, CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, RN Zare
The Journal of chemical physics 98 (10), 8294-8307, 1993
3161993
Role of vibrational and translational energy in the activated dissociative adsorption of on Cu(111)
CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, HA Michelsen
Physical review letters 68 (8), 1164, 1992
2801992
Modeling laser-induced incandescence of soot: a summary and comparison of LII models
HA Michelsen, F Liu, BF Kock, H Bladh, A Boļarciuc, M Charwath, T Dreier, ...
Applied physics B 87 (3), 503-521, 2007
2742007
A critical examination of data on the dissociative adsorption and associative desorption of hydrogen at copper surfaces
HA Michelsen, DJ Auerbach
The Journal of chemical physics 94 (11), 7502-7520, 1991
2691991
Probing soot formation, chemical and physical evolution, and oxidation: A review of in situ diagnostic techniques and needs
HA Michelsen
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 36 (1), 717-735, 2017
2522017
The Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectroscopy (ATMOS) experiment: Deployment on the ATLAS space shuttle missions
MR Gunson, MM Abbas, MC Abrams, M Allen, LR Brown, TL Brown, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 23 (17), 2333-2336, 1996
2441996
State-specific dynamics of desorption from Cu(111): The role of molecular rotational motion in activated adsorption-desorption dynamics
HA Michelsen, CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach
Physical review letters 69 (18), 2678, 1992
1721992
Correlations of stratospheric abundances of NO y , O3, N2O, and CH4 derived from ATMOS measurements
HA Michelsen, GL Manney, MR Gunson, R Zander
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 103 (D21), 28347-28359, 1998
1591998
Observation of direct vibrational excitation in collisions of and with a Cu(111) surface
CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach, HA Michelsen
Physical review letters 68 (16), 2547, 1992
1511992
Production of O(¹D) from photolysis of O3
HA Michelsen, RJ Salawitch, PO Wennberg, JG Anderson
Geophysical research letters 21 (20), 2227-2230, 1994
1351994
Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectroscopy (ATMOS) experiment version 3 data retrievals
FW Irion, MR Gunson, GC Toon, AY Chang, A Eldering, E Mahieu, ...
Applied Optics 41 (33), 6968-6979, 2002
1322002
On the influence of surface temperature on adsorption and desorption in the D2/Cu (111) system
HA Michelsen, CT Rettner, DJ Auerbach
Surface science 272 (1-3), 65-72, 1992
1201992
Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence of soot: the influence of experimental factors and microphysical mechanisms
HA Michelsen, PO Witze, D Kayes, S Hochgreb
Applied optics 42 (27), 5577-5590, 2003
1092003
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