Photoelectron spectroscopy is used to probe the structure and dynamics of isolated polyanions
We are grateful for past and present funding from: ERC, EPSRC, Leverhulme Trust, Durham University
The intrinsic dynamics of bio chromophores are probed using photoelectron spectroscopies.
Our group studies the dynamics of ions in the gas phase, in clusters and at interfaces. We are interested in understanding the intrinsic dynamics that follow immediately after photoexcitation or upon photoexcitation or electron attachment.
We develop optical methods to study the chemical physics underpinning electron-driven chemistry
We have developed a Polar Onion Peeling algorithm to reconstruct the central slice through the Newton sphere of a charged-particle distribution obtained from a standard velocity map imaging experiment
MatLab version: developed by Adi Natan and Adam Chatterley which can be found here
Dynamics at the water/air interface are probed using second-harmonic/sum-frequency generation spectroscopy