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Cooper, R. J.; Bartels, C.; Kandratsenka, A.; Rahinov, I.; Shenvi, N.; Li , Z.; Auerbach, D. J.; Tully, J.; Wodtke, A. M.: Multiquantum vibrational excitation of NO scattered from Au(111): quantitative comparison of benchmark data to Ab initio theories of nonadiabatic molecule-surface interactions. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (20), pp. 4954 - 4958 (2012)
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Schäfer, T.; Bartels, N.; Hocke, N.; Yang, X.; Wodtke, A. M.: Orienting polar molecules without hexapoles: optical state selection with adiabatic orientation. Chemical Physics Letters 535, pp. 1 - 11 (2012)
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Bartels, N.; Schäfer, T.; Hühnert , J.; Field, R. W.; Wodtke, A. M.: Production of a beam of highly vibrationally excited CO using perturbations. The Journal of Chemical Physics 136 (21), 214201 (2012)
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Cooper, R.; Li, Z.; Golibrzuch, K.; Bartels, C.; Rahinov, I.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.: On the determination of absolute vibrational excitation probabilities in molecule-surface scattering: Case study of NO on Au(111). The Journal of Chemical Physics 137 (6), 064705 (2012)
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Quinto-Hernandez, A.; Doehla, J.; Huang, W.; Lien, C.; Lin, W.; Min-Lin, J.; Wodtke, A. M.: Photofragmentation translational spectroscopy of methyl azide (CH3N3) photolysis at 193 nm: molecular and radical channel product branching ratio. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116 (19), pp. 4695 - 4704 (2012)
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Zhou, C.; Ma, Z.; Ren, Z.; Wodtke, A. M.; Yang, X.: Surface photochemistry probed by two-photon photoemission spectroscopy. Energy and Environmental Science (5), pp. 6833 - 6844 (2012)

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Bartels, C.; Golibrzuch, K.; Kandratsenka, A.; Cooper, R.; Rahinov, I.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.: Vibrational excitation and relaxation of NO molecules scattered from a Au(111) surface. In: Molecular beams and molecular collisions. 28. International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics., Vol. 2, pp. 1330 - 1339 (Eds. Mareschal, M.; Santos, A.). American Institute of Physics, Melville, N.Y. (2012)
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