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                                            1972

1.           Resonance fluorescence of aniline vapour
M. Quack and M. Stockburger, J. Mol.
Spectroscopy 43, 87-116 (1972)
a) Fluoreszenzspektroskopische Untersuchung des Anilins in der Gasphase
M. Quack, Diplomarbeit, Göttingen 1971 (unveröffentlicht
)

                                                      1974            

2.           Specific rate constants of unimolecular processes
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys.Chem. 78, 240-252 (1974)
a) Berechnung von Geschwindigkeitskonstanten einfacher Bindungsbruchreaktionen aus spektroskopischen Daten (Vortragszusammenfassung)
M. Quack und J. Troe, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys.Chem. 77, 1020-1021 (1973)

                                   1975

 

3.           Complex formation in reactive and inelastic scattering
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 79, 170-183 (1975)
a) Statistische Berechnung von Reaktionsgeschwindigkeiten (Vortragszusammenfassung)
M. Quack and J. Troe, Verh. Schweiz. Naturforsch. Ges. 154, 107 (1974)

4.           Product state distributions after dissociation
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 79, 469-475 (1975)

5.           Statistische Theorie Chemischer Elementarreaktionen
M. Quack, Dissertation, Lausanne (in extenso veröffentlicht als Thèse no.203 durch die ETH Lausanne, 1975)

                                      1976

6.           A spectroscopic determination of the methyl radical recombination rate constant in shock waves
K. Glänzer, M. Quack and J. Troe, Chem. Phys. Lett. 39, 304-309 (1976)

7.           Information, memory and statistical theories of elementary chemical reactions
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 80, 1140-1149 (1976)

                                      1977 

 

8.           Vibrational relaxation of diatomic molecules in complex forming collisions with reactive atoms
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 81, 160-162 (1977)

9.           Maximum free energy criterion for the high pressure limit of dissociation reactions
M. Quack and J. Troe, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 81, 329-337 (1977)

10.        Unimolecular reactions and energy transfer of highly excited molecules
M. Quack and J. Troe, in Gas Kinetics and Energy Transfer 2, 175-238
(eds. P.G. Ashmore and R.J. Donovan), The Chemical Society London (1977)

11.        High temperature UV absorption and recombination of methyl radicals in shock waves
K. Glänzer, M. Quack, and J. Troe, 16th Symposium (International) on Combustion p.949-960, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh 1977

12.        Detailed symmetry selection rules for reactive collisions
M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 34, 477-504 (1977)

                                    1978

13.        Theory of unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation
M. Quack, J. Chem.
Phys. 69, 1282-1307 (1978)

14.        Zur Strahlungstheorie chemischer Reaktionen
M. Quack, Habilitationsschrift, Göttingen (1978, teilw. veröffentlicht in 13 und 19)

                                    1979

 

15.        The influence of intensity and laser energy fluence in unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation (URIMIR)
M. Quack, in Laser Induced Processes in Molecules, Springer Series in Chem. Phys. 6, 142-144 (eds. K. Kompa and S.D. Smith), Springer Berlin (1979)

16.        Quantitative comparison between detailed (state selected) relative rate data and averaged (thermal) absolute rate data for complex forming reactions
M. Quack, J. Phys. Chem. 83, 150-158 (1979)

17.        On the determination of rate constants from the dependence of product yields upon laser energy fluence in unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation
M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 70, 1069-1071 (1979)

18.        Nonlinear intensity dependence of the rate coefficient in unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation
M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 65, 140-145 (1979)

19.        Master equations for photochemistry with intense infrared light
M. Quack, Ber.Bunsenges. Phys.Chem. 83, 757-775 (1979)
a) Theorie der Gasphasenphotochemie mit kohärenter, monochromatischer Infrarot­strahlung hoher Intensität (Vortragszusammenfassung)
M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 82, 1252-1253 (1978)

20.        Discussion remark on the determination of the rate coefficient for the URIMIR of Hexafluoroacetone
K. Luther and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem. Soc. 67, 229-230 (1979)

21.        Master equations for photochemistry with intense infrared light (III). The influence of molecular parameters in URIMIR
M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 83, 1287-1293 (1979)

                                      1980

 

22.        The dependence of rate coefficients and product yields upon fluence, intensity and time in unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation
M. Quack, P. Humbert, and H. van den Bergh, J. Chem. Phys. 73, 247-255 (1980)

23.        Statistical models for product energy distributions in bimolecular reactions with metastable intermediates
M. Quack, Chem. Phys. 51, 353-367 (1980)

24.        Spectral bandshape and intensity of the C-H chromophore in the infrared spectra of CF3H and C4F9H
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Chem.
Phys. Lett. 72, 342-347 (1980)

25.        Photochemie mit Infrarotstrahlung
M. Quack, in "30 Jahre Fonds der chemischen Industrie" (Festschrift 1950-1980),
S.97-106, Hrsg. Verband der chemischen Industrie, Frankfurt 1980

                                   1981

 

26.        Statistical methods in scattering
M. Quack and J. Troe, in "Theoretical chemistry: Advances and perspectives" (Theory of scattering, papers in honor of Henry Eyring), Vol.6B, 199-276, D.Henderson ed., Academic Press,
New York 1981

27.        Master equations for photochemistry with intense infrared light (IV)
A unified treatment of case B and case C including nonlinear effects
M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 85, 318-330 (1981)

28.        Statistical mechanics and dynamics of molecular fragmentation
M. Quack, Il Nuovo Cimento, 63 B, 358-377 (1981)

29.        High resolution IR-spectrum of fluoroform: A close resonance
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 80, 439-444 (1981)

30.        Current aspects of unimolecular reactions
M.Quack and J. Troe, Internat. Reviews in Physical Chemistry 1, 97-147 (1981)

31.        Discussion contributions on high resolution spectroscopy
a) M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem.Soc. 71, 359-364 (1981) (on local and global vibrational states)
b) M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem.Soc. 71, 309-311 (1981) (on flexible transition states)
c) M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem.Soc. 71, 325-326 (1981)

32.        IR band intensities and IR photochemistry of C2F4S2
M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Chem. Phys. Lett. 84, 541-546 (1981)

33.        Photochemistry with infrared radiation
M. Quack, Chimia 35, 463-475 (1981)

                               1982

 

34.        Absolute rate parameters for infrared photochemistry: CF3I®CF3 + I
M. Quack and G. Seyfang, J. Chem. Phys. 76, 955-965 (1982)

35.        Reaction dynamics and statistical mechanics of the preparation of highly excited states by intense infrared radiation
M. Quack, Advances in Chemical Physics 50, 395-473 (1982) (K.Lawley, I.Prigogine and S.A.Rice, eds.)

36.        Fast reaction rates in IR-photochemistry: c-C4F8®2C2F4
M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 86, 504-509 (1982)

37.        A group additivity rule for integrated band strengths of the C-H chromophore in the infrared
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans.II, 78, 1489-1496 (1982)
                                               

38.        The role of intramolecular coupling and relaxation in IR-photochemistry
M. Quack, in "Intramolecular Dynamics" (15th Jerusalem Symposium), 371-390,
J. Jortner and B. Pullmann (eds.) Reidel,
Dordrecht (1982)

39.        Sequence structure in the high-resolution infrared spectrum of trifluoropropyne
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 90, 370-374 (1982)

40.        Frequency dependent non-linear intensity dependence in the IR photochemistry of CF3I
M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Chem. Phys. Lett. 93, 442-447 (1982)

                       1983

41.        Some kinetic and spectroscopic evidence on intramolecular relaxation processes in polyatomic molecules
M. Quack, in "Energy storage and redistribution in molecules" (Proceedings of two workshops on molecular structure, rigidity, and energy surfaces, and on energy scrambling in a molecule; how stationary are internal states?
Bielefeld University 1980), J. Hinze ed., 493-511 (1983) Plenum Press, New York

42.        Detailed symmetry selection rules for chemical reactions
M. Quack, in "Symmetries and properties of non-rigid molecules: A comprehensive survey", Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry 23, 355-378 (1983), Elsevier Publishing Co. Amsterdam

43.        Temperature dependent infrared band structure and dynamics of the CH chromophore in C4F9–CºC–H
K. von Puttkamer, H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 95, 358-362 (1983)

44.        Group additivity for the band strength of the CF-chromophore for IR-photochemistry
M. Quack and H.J. Thöne, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 87, 582-586 (1983)

45.        Quantum interference in the IR-multiphoton excitation of small asymmetric-top molecules: Ozone
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, Chem. Phys. Lett. 99, 167-172 (1983)

46.        Time-dependent processes in polyatomic molecules during and after intense infrared irradiation
K. von Puttkamer, H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem. Soc. 75, 197-210 (1983)

47.        Comments on intramolecular kinetics
M. Quack, Faraday Disc. Chem. Soc. 75, 98-99 (1983)
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, ibid. 166-168
K. von Puttkamer, H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, ibid. 263-266
H.R. Dübal, H. Hollenstein and M. Quack, ibid. 272-276
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, ibid. 343-344
M. Quack, ibid. 348
M. Quack, ibid. 358–360
M. Quack, ibid. 425
H.R. Dübal, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, ibid. 358

           1984
 

48.        On the mechanism of reversible unimolecular reactions and the canonical ("high pressure") limit of the rate coefficient at low pressures
M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 88, 94-100 (1984)

49.        On the possibility of mode-selective IR-multiphoton excitation of ozone
M. Quack and
E. Sutcliffe, Chem. Phys. Lett. 105, 147-152 (1984)

50.        Spectroscopy and dynamics of the isolated CH chromophore in CD3H: experiment and theory
S.D. Peyerimhoff, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 109, 563-569  (1984)

51.        Vibrational overtone spectra and vibrational dynamics of CFHCl2 and (CF3)2CFH
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, Mol.
Phys. 53, 257-264 (1984)

52.        Wie bewegen sich Moleküle? (gedruckte Kurzfassung einer Vorlesung vom 31.1.1984)
M. Quack, Bulletin der ETH Zürich, No. 189, 19-22 (1984) und M. Quack, Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Forschung und Technik) 13. Februar 1985, No. 36, Seite 57

53.        Tridiagonal Fermi resonance structure in the IR spectrum of the excited CH-chromophore in CF3H
H.R. Dübal and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 3779-3792 (1984)

54.        IR multiphoton excitation of small asymmetric top molecules: rotational and vibrational inversions for laser action in ozone
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, Isr. J. Chem. 24, 204-209 (1984)

55.        Group additivity and overtone intensities for the isolated CH-chromophore
A. Amrein, H.R.Dübal, M. Lewerenz, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 112, 387-392 (1984)

56.        On the H- migration in the NH4- ion
J. Kalcher, P. Rosmus, and M. Quack, Can. J. Phys. 62, 1323-1327 (1984)

57.        High resolution interferometric infrared spectroscopy of CO2 and CH4 vapour at low temperatures near 10 K: Collisional cooling in supersonic jets and nuclear spin symmetry conservation
H.R. Dübal, M. Quack, and U. Schmitt, Chimia 38, 438-439 (1984)

               1985

58.        On the densities and numbers of rovibronic states of a given symmetry species: Rigid and nonrigid molecules, transition states and scattering channels
M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 82, 3277-3283 (1985)

59.        Primary photophysical processes in infrared multiphoton excitation: Wavepacket motion and state selectivity
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, Infrared Physics 25, 163-173 (1985),
vergl.auch: M. Quack, G. Seyfang, E. Sutcliffe, and H.J. Thöne, Proc. 3rd Intern. Conf.on Infrared Physics,
July 23-27, 1984, 579-581

60.        Structure and dynamics of the excited CH chromophore in (CF3)3CH
J.Baggott, M.C. Chuang, R.N. Zare, H.R. Dübal, and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 82, 1186-1194 (1985)

61.        High resolution FTIR spectra of 12CF3I, 13CF3I and 12CF379Br near 1050 cm-1 and 550 cm-1
H. Bürger, K. Burczyk, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 55, 255-275  (1985)

62.        High resolution FTIR spectra and assignment of the vibrational structure in the CF-chromophore region in (CH3)3CF
H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, and H.J. Thöne, Mol. Phys. 56, 463-477 (1985)

63.        On the validity of the quasiresonant approximation for molecular infrared multiphoton excitation
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, J. Chem. Phys. 83, 3805-3812 (1985)

64.        Multiple anharmonic resonances in the vibrational overtone spectra of CHClF2
A. Amrein, H.R. Dübal, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 56, 727-735 (1985)

65.        Time-dependent quantum dynamics of the picosecond vibrational IR-excitation of polyatomic molecules
M. Quack, J. Stohner, and E. Sutcliffe, in "Time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy", Springer Proceedings in Physics 4, 284-288 (1985)

66.        Generalized quantum statistical model for molecular infrared multiphoton excitation
M. Quack and
E. Sutcliffe, Chem. Phys. Lett. 121, 315-320 (1985)

67.        High resolution FTIR overtone spectra and hydrogen bond dissociation dynamics in (HF)2
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, Chimia 39, 358-360 (1985)

1986

 

68.        Vibrational overtone intensities of the isolated CH and CD chromophores in fluoroform and chloroform
M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 123, 197-202 (1986)

69.        The physics and chemistry of molecular IR-multiphoton excitation
M. Quack in "Proceedings of the international conference on recent advances in molecular reaction dynamics" (colloque international CNRS Aussois, Juin 1985),
R. Vetter and J. Vigué, eds., p.391-407, Editions du CNRS, Paris 1986

70.        On the measurement of the parity violating energy difference between enantiomers
M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 132, 147-153 (1986)

71.        High resolution FTIR spectra of CDF3 in the CD stretching fundamental and overtone regions
H.R. Dübal, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, J. Chem.
Phys. 85, 34-39 (1986)

72.        Wie bewegen sich Moleküle?
M. Quack in Labor Praxis Sonderpublikation 190-198 (1986) Labor 2000, (Kurzfassung eines Vortrages auf der 20. GDCh Hauptversammlung, Heidelberg, 18.
September 1985)

                                 

73.        URIMIR: Programs for the calculation of the quantum dynamics of IR multiphoton excitation and dissociation (unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation)
M. Quack and E. Sutcliffe, Quantum Chemistry Program Exchange, Program 515, QCPE Bulletin 6, 98 (1986)

74.        Quantum-mechanical wavepacket dynamics of the CH group in symmetric top X3CH compounds using effective Hamiltonians from high-resolution spectroscopy
R. Marquardt, M. Quack, J. Stohner and E. Sutcliffe, J. Chem.Soc. Faraday Trans.2, 82, 1173-1187 (1986)

75.        Quantitative infrared photochemistry at high energy densities: CFCl3®CFCl2+Cl
D.W. Lupo and M. Quack, Chem.
Phys. Lett. 130, 371-376 (1986)

76.        Molekulare Kinetik und Reaktionsdynamik
M. Quack, Chimia 40, 386-388 (1986)

77.        Molekulare Thermodynamik und Kinetik, Teil 1: Chemische Reaktionskinetik
M. Quack und S. Jans-Bürli, Verlag der Fachvereine, Zürich (1986)

78.        Molecular photofragmentation with many infrared photons: Absolute rate parameters from quantum dynamics, statistical mechanics, and direct measurement
M. Quack, E. Sutcliffe, P.A. Hackett and D.M. Rayner, Faraday Discuss. Chem. Soc. 82, 229-240 (1986) and 82, 289-292 (1986) (replies)

79.        On the dynamics of photofragmentation (Discussion contributions to the Faraday Discussion 82, Bristol, 1986)
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, 208-212
M. Quack and H.J. Thöne, 226-227
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, 377-381
D.W. Lupo and M. Quack, 284-285
M. Quack, 214-217; 295-296; 373; 386
D. Dietrich, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, 280-283

                        1987

80.        IR-laser photochemistry
D.W. Lupo and M. Quack, Chem. Rev. 87, 181-216 (1987)

81.        Tridiagonal Fermi resonance structure in the vibrational spectrum of the CH chromophore in CHF3. II. Visible spectra
J. Segall, R.N. Zare, H.R. Dübal, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 86,
634-646 (1987)

82.        High resolution interferometric Fourier transform infrared absorption spectroscopy in a supersonic free jet expansion: The interacting states n2, n5 and n3+n6 of trifluoro­methane
A. Amrein, M. Quack and U. Schmitt, Mol. Phys. 60, 237-248 (1987)

83.        IR laser chemistry and C-F chromophore absorption of 1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2-trifluoro­ethane
D.W. Lupo, M. Quack and B. Vogelsanger, Helv. Chim. Acta 70, 129-137 (1987)

84.        Absolute rate coefficients in IR-photochemistry: Simple estimates of the rate constant from molecular parameters
D.W. Lupo and M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 91, 565-570 (1987)

85.        Absolute and relative rate coefficients in the IR-laser chemistry of bichromophoric fluorobutanes: Tests for inter- and intramolecular selectivity
M. Quack and H.J. Thöne, Chem. Phys. Lett. 135, 487-494 (1987)

86.        High resolution interferometric Fourier transform infrared absorption spectroscopy in supersonic free jet expansions: A new technique for ultracold gaseous samples
A. Amrein, M. Quack, and U. Schmitt, Z. Physik.Chemie 154, 59-72 (1987)
(vergl.auch Spektroskopie und Dynamik extrem kalter und extrem heisser Moleküle, Jahresbericht ETH Zürich, 1986, S.53-55)

87.        Analysis of the n4 and n1 bands of CF3Cl measured by supersonic free-jet FTIR spectroscopy
A. Amrein, H. Hollenstein, P. Locher, M. Quack, U. Schmitt, and H. Bürger, Chem. Phys. Lett. 139, 82-88 (1987)

88.        Fermi resonance in CHX3: A Hamiltonian in symmetrized curvilinear internal coordinates
T. Carrington jr., L. Halonen, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 140, 512-519 (1987)

89.        The dynamics of polyatomic molecules during and after coherent excitation
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, 20th Jerusalem Symposium on Large Finite Systems, J. Jortner, A. Pullman and B. Pullman eds., 31-44, Reidel Publ.Co.Dordrecht 1987

90.        High resolution interferometric FTIR spectroscopy of (HF)2: analysis of a low frequency fundamental near 400 cm-1
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 62, 1047-1064 (1987)

91.        Contributions on molecular energy transfer
Proceedings COMET X - 10th International conference on molecular energy transfer, Emmetten 1987
P. Dietrich and M. Quack (eds.), COMET 10 (1987)
a)  Investigation of the
n4 and n1 bands of CF3Cl measured by supersonic free-jet FTIR spectroscopy
A. Amrein, H. Hollenstein, P. Locher, M. Quack, U. Schmitt and H. Bürger, COMET 10, 7-8 (1987)

b)  High resolution FTIR spectra of CHF3 and CF3Br at low internal temperatures in supersonic jet expansion: rotational relaxation and simplified analysis of spectra
A. Amrein, P. Locher, M. Quack and U. Schmitt, COMET 10, 9-11 (1987)

c)  High resolution interferometric FTIR spectroscopy in supersonic free jet expansions: An investigation of electronic, vibrational, rotational and nuclear spin energy transfer in carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, methane, ethyne and propyne
A. Amrein, M. Quack and U. Schmitt, COMET 10, 12-14 (1987)

d)  On the transient infrared absorption during and after IR-multiphoton excitation and dissociation of polyatomic molecules
D. Dietrich, M. Quack and G. Seyfang, COMET 10, 86-88 (1987)

e)  Anharmonic coupling in vibrationally highly excited CH-chromophores of CHX3 symmetric tops: experiment and variational ab initio theory
T.K. Ha, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, COMET 10, 130-132 (1987)

f)  The dynamics of intramolecular energy redistribution in polyatomic molecules during and after coherent excitation
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, COMET 10, 178-180 (1987)

g)  Vibrational spectrum and intramolecular energy transfer in the hydrogen fluoride dimer (HF)2
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, COMET 10, 195-197 (1987)

h)  Intramolecular dynamics of IR-multiphoton overtone excitation of the CH-chromophore in CHClF2: A computational study of the Fermi resonance vibrational manifold
M. Quack and J. Stohner, COMET 10, 198-200 (1987)

92.        Molecular energy transfer (Reports from Conferences)
M. Quack, Chimia 41, 443-444 (1987)

                              1988

93.    Vibrational spectrum and potential energy surface for the CH-chromophore in CHD3
M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 88, 5408-5432 (1988)

94.        Investigation of Fermi resonances in CHX3 molecules with an internal-coordinate Hamiltonian
L. Halonen, T. Carrington jr., and M. Quack, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 84,
1371-1388 (1988)

95.        Contributions to "Vibrational States"
Faraday Symposium on Molecular Vibrations no.23 (Dec.1987), J.Chem.Soc. Faraday Trans.2, 84 (1988)

a)  T.K.Ha, M. Lewerenz and M. Quack, J.Chem.Soc. Faraday Trans.2, 84, 1556-1558 (1988)
b)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1577-1579 (1988)
c)  M. Lewerenz, R. Marquardt and M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1580 - 1583 (1988)
d)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1591-1592 (1988)
e)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1617-1618 (1988)
f)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1623 (1988)
g)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1626-1627 (1988)
h)  M. Quack, ibid. 84, 1637 (1988)

96.        High resolution interferometric Fourier transform infrared absorption spectroscopy in supersonic free jet expansions: carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, methane, ethyne, propyne, and trifluoromethane
A. Amrein, M. Quack, and U. Schmitt, J. Phys. Chem. 92, 5455-5466 (1988)

97.        Band strengths of fundamentals and overtones of the CF and CH chromophores in CHD2F
C. Kormann, M. Lewerenz, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 149, 429-432 (1988)

98.        Observation and assignment of tunnelling-rotational transitions in the far infrared spectrum of (HF)2
K.von Puttkamer, M. Quack, and M.A. Suhm, Molec.Phys. 65, 1025-1045 (1988)

99.        High-resolution FTIR spectroscopy of CHClF2 in a supersonic free jet expansion
A. Amrein, D. Luckhaus, F. Merkt and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 152, 275-280 (1988)

                             1989

         

100.    Structure and dynamics of chiral molecules
M. Quack, Angewandte Chemie 101, 588-604 (1989)
Angewandte Chemie (Intl.Ed.) 28, 571-586 (1989)

101.    Quantitative IR-photochemistry with CO2 laser pulses of different temporal shape: Dissociation of CF3I with nanosecond pulses
P. Dietrich, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, Infrared Physics 29, 517-523 (1989)

102.    Molecular motion under the influence of a coherent IR-laser field
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, Infrared Physics 29, 485-501 (1989)

103.    High resolution interferometric FTIR spectroscopy in supersonic free jet expansions: N2O, CBrF3 and CF3I
A. Amrein, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, and U. Schmitt, Infrared Physics 29, 561-574 (1989)

104.    Infrared spectrum and dynamics of the hydrogen bonded dimer (HF)2
K. von Puttkamer, M. Quack, and M.A. Suhm, Infrared Physics 29, 535-539 (1989)

105.    Infrared laser chemistry and the dynamics of molecular multiphoton excitation
M. Quack, Infrared Physics 29, 441-466 (1989)

106.    Fermi resonance structure in the CH vibrational overtones of CD3CHO
A. Amrein, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, R. Zenobi, J. Segall, and R.N. Zare, J. Chem. Phys. 90, 3944-3951 (1989)

107.    Fermi resonance in the overtone spectra of the CH chromophore in bromoform
A.J. Ross, H. Hollenstein, R. Marquardt, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 156,
455-462 (1989)

108.    The rotational structure of the n4-band of CH35ClF2
A.J. Ross, A. Amrein, D. Luckhaus, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 66, 1273-1277 (1989), (tables in supplementary publication deposited in the British Library under No Sup 16082)

109.    Free-jet high resolution FTIR spectroscopy of the complex structure of the n1-band of CF3I near 9mm
H. Bürger, A. Rahner, A. Amrein, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 156, 557-563 (1989)

110.    IR-multiphoton excitation and wavepacket motion of the harmonic and anharmonic oscillators: exact solutions and quasiresonant approximation
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 90, 6320-6327 (1989)

111.    High resolution spectra and analysis of the hot bands of the n2 vibration of CF3Cl
L. Nencini, M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 67, 989-1009 (1989)

112.    Vibrational spectrum, dipole moment function and potential energy surface of the CH chromophore in CHX3 molecules
H.R. Dübal, T.K. Ha, M. Lewerenz, and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 91, 6698-6713 (1989) (additional material in Physics Auxiliary Publication Service, AIP Document PAPS JCPSA-91-6698-15

113.    The far infrared pure rotational spectrum and the Coriolis coupling between n3  and n8
in CH35ClF2 
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 68, 745-758 (1989)

114.    High resolution FTIR spectra and analysis of the n1 fundamental in 13CF335Cl and 13CF337Cl
H. Hollenstein and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 68, 759-764 (1989), (tables in supplementary publication deposited in the British Library under No SUP 16086)

115.    Vibrational spectra of (HF)2, (HF)n and their D-Isotopomers: Mode selective rearrange­ments and nonstatistical unimolecular decay
K. von Puttkamer and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. 139, 31-53 (1989)

                                          1990

        

116.    Isotope effects in the Fermi resonance of the CH-chromophore in CHX3 molecules
H. Hollenstein, M. Lewerenz, and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 165, 175-183 (1990)

117.    Time resolved diode laser infrared absorption spectroscopy of the nascent HCl in the infrared laser chemistry of 1,2-dichloro-1,1-difluoroethane
P. Dietrich, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, Chem. Phys. Lett. 167, 535-541 (1990)

118.    Generation of shaped pulses for IR-laser chemistry
M. Quack, C. Rüede, and G. Seyfang, Spectrochim. Acta 46A, 523-536 (1990)

119.    Potential energy surface and energy levels of (HF)2 and its D-Isotopomers
M. Quack, and M.A. Suhm, Mol. Phys. 69, 791-801 (1990) (tables in supplementary publication deposited in the British Library under No. SUP 16090)

120.    The n6 fundamental band of HCOOOH near 1125 cm-1
A. Bauder, J. Dommen, H. Hollenstein, D. Luckhaus, and M. Quack
J. Mol. Spectr. 143, 268-283 (1990)

121.    The role of quantum intramolecular dynamics in unimolecular reactions
M. Quack, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, A 332, 203-220 (1990)

122.    Spectra and dynamics of coupled vibrations in polyatomic molecules
M. Quack, Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 41, 839-874 (1990)

123.    Observation and assignment of the hydrogen bond exchange disrotatory in plane bending vibration n5 in (HF)2
M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, Chem. Phys. Lett. 171, 517-524 (l990)

124.    [High resolution infrared spectrum and analysis of the n11, A2u (B2) fundamental band
of 12C6H6 and 13C12C5H6
H. Hollenstein, S. Piccirillo, M. Quack and M. Snels, Mol. Phys. 71, 759-768 (1990)

125.    Overtone intensities and dipole moment surfaces for the isolated CH-chromophore in CHD3 and CHF3: Experiment and ab initio theory
T. K. Ha, M. Lewerenz, R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 93, 7097-7109 (1990)

                                        1991

         

126.    High resolution Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of the n3 (F2) fundamental of RuO4
M. Snels, M. P. Sassi and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 72, 145-158 (1991)
(Tables in supplementary publication deposited in the British Library under No. SUP 16093, 29 pages)

127.    Fermi resonance in the overtone spectra of the CH-chromophore in CHBr3
II. Visible specta
J. Davidsson, J. H. Gutow, R. N. Zare, H. Hollenstein, R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Phys. Chem. 95, 1201-1209 (1991)

128.    Potential energy surfaces, quasiadiabatic channels, rovibrational spectra and intra­molecular dynamics of (HF)2 and its isotopomers from Quantum Monte Carlo calculations
M. Quack and M. Suhm, J. Chem. Phys. 95, 28-59 (1991)

129.    Mode selective vibrational redistribution and unimolecular reactions during and after IR-laser excitation.
M. Quack, Jerusalem Symp. 24, 47-65 (1991).
"Mode Selective Chemistry" J. Jortner, R.D. Levine and B. Pullman eds (D. Reidel Publishers, Dordrecht).

a)  Molecular spectra and molecular motion (lecture notes)
M. Quack, in "Static, Kinematic and Dynamic Aspects of Crystal and Molecular Structure", 18th Internat. School of Crystallography, (Erice 1991, edited by T.L. Blundell, H.B. Bürgi, J.D. Dunitz), p. 153-162.

130.    The rovibrational analysis of the high-resolution IR spectrum of CD2HF below 1200 cm-1: An interacting tetrad of vibrational levels.
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 180, 524-532 (1991)

131.    Quasiadiabatic channels and effective transition state barriers for the disrotatory in-plane hydrogen-bond exchange motion in (HF)2
M. Quack and M. Suhm, Chem. Phys. Lett. 183, 187-194 (1991)

132.    The wave packet motion and intramolecular vibrational redistribution in CHX3 molecules under IR-multiphoton excitation.
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 95, 4854-4867 (1991)

133.    High resolution FTIR spectroscopy of CHCl2F in supersonic jets: Analysis of n3 , n7
and
n8
M. Snels and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 95, 6355-6361 (1991)

                               1992

        

134.    Spectrum and dynamics of the CH chromophore in CHD2F: I. Vibrational hamiltonian and analysis of rovibrational spectra
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 190, 581-589 (1992)

135.    Spectrum and dynamics of the CH chromophore in CHD2F: II. Ab initio calculations of the potential and dipole moment functions
T.K. Ha, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 190, 590-598 (1992)

136.    Time resolved IR-spectroscopic observation of relaxation and reaction processes during and after IR-multiphoton excitation of 12CF3I and 13CF3I with shaped nanosecond pulses
M. Quack, R. Schwarz and G. Seyfang, J. Chem. Phys. 96, 8727-8740 (1992)

137.    High resolution FTIR-spectra of NO2 and N2O4 in supersonic jet expansions and their rovibrational analysis
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 199, 293-301 (1992)

138.    Time dependent intramolecular quantum dynamics from high resolution spectroscopy and laser chemistry
M. Quack, in "Time dependent quantum molecular dynamics". NATO ASI Series
Vol. 299, J. Broeckhove and L. Lathouwers eds., Plenum Press, New York (1992),
p. 293-310

139.    Die Symmetrie von Zeit und Raum und ihre Verletzung in molekularen Prozessen
M. Quack, Jahrbuch 1990-1992 der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin,
W. de Gruyter Verlag, Berlin (schriftliche Fassung des achten öffentlichen Akademie­vortrages, Berlin 4.10.1990), Seiten 469-507

                                    1993

        

140.    Vibrational dynamics of (HF)n aggregates from an ab initio based analytical (1+2+3)-body potential
a) M. Quack, J. Stohner and M. Suhm, C4-Bulletin 6, 13, (1992)
b) M. Quack, J. Stohner and M. Suhm, J. Mol. Struct. 294, 33-36 (1993)

141.    The role of potential anisotropy in the dynamics of the CH-Chromophore in CHX3 (C3v) symmetric tops
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 205, 277-284 (1993)

142.    Molecular quantum dynamics from high resolution spectroscopy and laser chemistry
M. Quack, J. Mol. Struct. 292, 171-195 (1993)

143.    Dynamics of the CH chromophore in CHX3: A combined treatment for a set of isotopic species
H. Hollenstein, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, J. Mol. Struct. 294, 65-70 (1993)

144.    High resolution FTIR spectra of "NOx" (NO2, N2O4) in supersonic jet expansions and their rovibrational analysis. II.
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, J. Mol. Struct. 293, 213-216 (1993)

145.    Evidence for the (HF)5 complex in the HF stretching FTIR absorption of pulsed and continuous supersonic jet expansions of hydrogen fluoride
M. Quack, U. Schmitt and M.A. Suhm, Chem. Phys. Lett. 208, 446-452 (1993)

146.    Spectroscopy, laser chemistry and time dependent quantum dynamics of molecules and clusters
R. Marquardt, M. Quack, J. Stohner and M.A. Suhm, in "Supercomputing Projects Switzerland", ed. by CSCS, EPFL and ETHZ, Manno, 1993, pages 31-34

147.    Femtosecond quantum structure, equilibration and time reversal for the CH-chromo­phore dynamics in CHD2F
D. Luckhaus, M. Quack and J. Stohner, Chem. Phys. Lett. 212, 434-443 (1993)

148.    Time resolved detection of reaction products in the infrared laser chemistry of sulfoxides: C2H4SO, (CH3)2SO,  (CD3)2SO
H. Groß, Y. He, M. Quack, A. Schmid and G. Seyfang, Chem. Phys. Lett. 213, 122-130 (1993)

149.    Femtosecond quantum dynamics of functional groups under coherent infrared multi­photon excitation as derived from the analysis of high resolution spectra
M. Quack and J. Stohner, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 12574-12590 (1993)

150.    Diode laser detection of iodine atom hyperfine transitions during and after infrared multiphoton excitation and dissociation of CF3I with short pulse CO2-lasers
Y. He, M. Quack, R. Ranz and G. Seyfang.
Chem. Phys. Lett. 215, 228-236 (1993)

                             1994

         

151.    Slit jet diode laser and FTIR spectroscopy of CF3I and improved analysis of the symmetric CF3-stretching chromophore absorption
H. Hollenstein, M. Quack and E. Richard, Chem. Phys. Lett. 222, 176-184 (1994)

152.    Quantum vibrational motion in polyatomic molecules from femtoseconds to days
M. Quack, Springer Proc. in Phys. 74, 3-7 (1994), in "Time resolved vibrational spectroscopy VI". Proc. 6th Int.
Conf. TRVS Berlin, May 1993, A. Lau, F. Siebert, W. Werncke eds., Springer Verlag Berlin 1994

153.    Vibrational IR-multiphoton excitation of small sulfoxides: Time-resolved IR-spectro­scopic detection of dissociation products
H. Groß, Y. He, M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Springer Proc. in Phys. 74, 169-172 (1994), in "Time resolved vibrational spectroscopy VI". Proc. 6th Int.
Conf. TRVS Berlin, May 1993, A. Lau, F. Siebert, W. Werncke eds., Springer Verlag Berlin 1994

154.    Sub-Doppler supersonic jet spectra of the coupled 6a and 6b vibronic bands of the S1 (1B2u¬ S0 (1A1g) transition in monodeuterobenzene and their rovibrational analysis
E. Riedle, A. Beil, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 81, 1-15 (1994)

155.    Statistical aspects of the radiative excitation of the harmonic oscillator
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Phys. Chem. 98, 3486-3491 (1994)

156.    Dipole moment function and equilibrium structure of methane in an analytical, anharmonic 9-dimensional potential surface related to experimental rotational constants and transition moments by quantum Monte Carlo calculations
H. Hollenstein, R. Marquardt, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, J. Chem. Phys. 101,
3588-3602 (1994)

157.    Overtone spectroscopy by vibrationally assisted dissociation and photofragment ionization
M. Hippler and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 231, 75-80 (1994)

158.    On the measurement of CP-violating energy differences in matter-antimatter enantiomers
M. Quack, Chem.
Phys. Lett. 231, 421-428 (1994)
 (auch Verh.
DPG VI, 28, 244 (1993))

159.    Intramolecular energy transfer and vibrational redistribution in chiral molecules: Experiment and theory
A. Beil, D. Luckhaus, R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Discuss. 99, 49-76 (1994)

160.    Discussion contributions on molecular chirality and anharmonic vibrational dynamics of chiral molecules
A. Beil, D. Luckhaus, R. Marquardt and M. Quack (discussion replies) J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. 99, 96-97 (1994).
M. Quack, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. 99 (1994)
pp. 98-99; On the four, classical and nonclassical isomers of chiral molecules
pp. 200-201, 206, 214, 215, 388; On VCD and anharmonicity, nomenclature and optical rotatory power as well as selection rules including effects of parity violation
pp. 389-395, 397-398; On fundamental aspects of molecular chirality

161.    Molecular femtosecond quantum dynamics between less than yoctoseconds and more than days: Experiment and theory
M. Quack, chapter 27 in: "Femtosecond Chemistry", J. Manz and L. Woeste eds., Proc. Berlin Conf. Femtosecond Chemistry, Berlin (March 1993), Verlag Chemie, Weinheim (1994), p. 781-818

                               1995

        

162.    Is the stereomutation of methane possible?
M.J. Pepper, I. Shavitt, P. v. Ragué Schleyer, M.N. Glukhovtsev, R. Janoschek and M. Quack, J. Comp. Chem. 16, 207-225 (1995)

163.    Infrared laser chemistry
M. Quack, Infrared Phys. Technol. 36, 365-380 (1995)

164.    The symmetries of time and space and their violation in chiral molecules and molecular processes
M. Quack, in "Conceptual Tools for Understanding Nature". Proc. 2nd Intl. Symp. of Science and Epistemology Seminar, Trieste April 1993, eds. G. Costa, G. Calucci and M. Giorgi, World Scientific Publ., Singapore (1995), p. 172-208.

165.    Accurate quantum Monte Carlo calculations of the tunneling splitting in (HF)2 on a
6-dimensional potential hypersurface.
M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, Chem. Phys. Lett. 234, 71-76 (1995)

166.    Molecular infrared spectra and molecular motion
M. Quack, J. Mol. Struct. 347, 245-266 (1995)

167.    On FTIR spectroscopy in asynchronously pulsed supersonic free jet expansions and on the interpretation of stretching spectra of HF clusters
D. Luckhaus, M. Quack, U. Schmitt and M.A. Suhm, Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 457-468 (1995)
(auch: Abstracts of the Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics, Theory and Experiment, Grainau 1994, page 73)

168.    Dipole moment function of methane and analytical anharmonic 9-dimensional potential surface: Theory and experiment for the permanent electric dipole moment of CH2D2 using quantum Monte Carlo calculations and FTIR spectroscopy
H. Hollenstein, R. Marquardt, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 275-281 (1995)
(auch: Abstracts of the Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics, Theory and Experiment, Grainau 1994, page 46)

169.    Overtone spectroscopy of chloroform in a supersonic jet by vibrationally assisted dissociation and photofragment ionization
M. Hippler and M. Quack, Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 417-421 (1995)
(auch: Abstracts of the Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics, Theory and Experiment, Grainau 1994, page 44)

170.    Vibrational IR-multiphoton excitation of thiirane-1-oxide (C2H4SO) and
d-thiirane-1-oxide (C2H3DSO)
H. Groß, Y. He, C. Jeitziner, M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 358-365 (1995)
(auch: Abstracts of the Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics, Theory and Experiment, Grainau 1994, page 38)

171.    Absolute integrated band strength and magnetic dipole transition moments in the
2P3/2
®2P1/2  fine structure (with hyperfine structure) transition of the iodine atom: Experiment and theory
T.K. Ha, Y. He, J. Pochert, M. Quack, R. Ranz, G. Seyfang and I. Thanopulos,
Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 384-392 (1995)
(auch: Abstracts of the Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics, Theory and Experiment, Grainau 1994, page 55)

172.    Molecular spectroscopy and molecular dynamics: Theory and Experiment
M. Quack and W. Kutzelnigg, Ber.
Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 99, 231-245 (1995)

173.    Gedanken zum Chemieunterricht am Gymnasium aus der Sicht der Hochschule
M. Quack und A. Schweiger, Chimia 49, 333-335 (1995)

174.    Rotational analysis of the ν1 band of trichlorofluoromethane from high resolution Fourier transform and diode laser spectra of supersonic jets and isotopically enriched samples
M. Snels, A. Beil, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, U. Schmitt and F. d'Amato, J. Chem. Phys. 103, 8846-8853 (1995)

175.    Dynamics of unimolecular reactions induced by monochromatic infrared radiation: Experiment and theory for CnFmXI®CnFmX+I probed with hyperfine-, Doppler- and uncertainty limited time resolution of iodine atom infrared absorption
Y. He, J. Pochert, M. Quack, R. Ranz and G. Seyfang,  J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. 102, 275-300 (1995)
(auch in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 153-156, vdf Hoch­schulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996)

176.    Discussion contributions on unimolecular reaction dynamics
Y. He, J. Pochert, M. Quack, R. Ranz and G. Seyfang (replies). J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. 102, 354-358 (1995)
M. Quack, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Disc. 102 (1995)
pp. 87, 88; On K-nonconservation and on quasiadiabatic channel Quantum Monte Carlo calculations
pp. 90-93; On IVR, symmetry and dynamics
pp. 99-100, 104-107; On reversible unimolecular reactions including the example Hexafluoroisopropanol
pp. 110-112; On the treatment of flexible transition states
pp. 245-250, 253-254; On IVR and anharmonic potentials for methanol isotopomers
pp. 260-261; On the reaction dynamics O(1D2) with CH4 via a methanol intermediate complex
pp. 271-272; On approximately good quantum numbers in IVRR, RRKM theory and the adiabatic channel model (ACM)
pp. 358-362, 372-375; On symmetry selectivity and mode selectivity in unimolecular reactions
pp. 364-366, 371, 387; On infrared multiphoton excitation
pp. 377-378; On K-nonconservation in the dissociation of H2O2
pp. 383-384, 480; On statistical theories for the reaction dynamics of hydrogen bonded complexes and related questions.

                             1996

        

177.    On hydrogen-bonded complexes: The case of (HF)2
M. Quack and M. Suhm, Theor. Chim. Acta 93, 61-65 (1996)

178.    Supersonic jet spectroscopy and high resolution FTIR-study of SPF3. Analysis of the n1, n2 and n3 bands
H. Bürger, U. Goergens, H. Ruland, M. Quack and U. Schmitt, Mol. Phys. 87, 469-483 (1996)

179.    Isotope selective overtone spectroscopy of CHCl3 by vibrationally assisted dissociation and photofragment ionization
M. Hippler and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 104, 7426-7430 (1996)

180.    Radiative excitation of the harmonic oscillator with applications to stereomutation in chiral molecules
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, Z. Physik D 36, 229-237 (1996)
(auch in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 199-202, vdf Hoch­schulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996)

181.    Ab initio calculation of molecular energies including parity violating interactions
A. Bakasov, T.K. Ha and M. Quack, in Proc. of the 4th Trieste Conference (1995), Chemical Evolution: Physics of the Origin and Evolution of Life, 287-296, J. Chela-Flores and F. Rolin eds, Kluwer Academic Publ. Dordrecht, 1996

182.    High resolution diode laser and FTIR spectroscopy of (HF)n and its isotopomers
R. Signorell, Y. He, H. Müller, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 256-259, vdf Hochschulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996

183.    Infrared spectrum of CCl3F (Freon 11): CF-stretching overtones and anharmonicities
H. Hollenstein, M. Quack and M. Snels, in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 163-166, vdf Hochschulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996

184.    Quantum dynamics on high dimensional surfaces: Large amplitude nuclear motion of methane
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 19-22, vdf Hochschulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996

185.    The permanent electric dipole moment of CH2D2: FIR spectroscopy, centrifugal distortion effects and quantum Monte Carlo calculations with 9-dimensional analytical dipole moment and potential functions of methane
R. Signorell, R. Marquardt, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, Mol. Phys. 89, 297-313  (1996)
(auch in Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Atomic, Molecular, Cluster, Ion and Surface Physics, SASP 96, John P. Maier and M. Quack eds., p. 260-263, vdf Hoch­schulverlag Publishers, Zürich 1996)

186.    A new ab initio based six-dimensional semiempirical pair interaction potential for HF
W. Klopper, M. Quack, M. Suhm, Chem. Phys. Lett. 261, 35-44 (1996)

187.    Fermi resonance structure and femtosecond quantum dynamics of a chiral molecule from the analysis of vibrational overtone spectra of CHBrClF
A. Beil, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 100, 1853-1875 (1996)

                             1997

        

188.    Potential energy hypersurfaces for hydrogen bonded clusters (HF)n
M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, in "Conceptual Perspectives in Quantum Chemistry",
415-463, E.S. Kryachko and J.L. Calais eds., Kluwer, Dordrecht 1997

189.    Synthese, Struktur, hochauflösende Spektroskopie und Mechanismus der Laserchemie von Fluoroxiran und 2,2 Dideuterofluoroxiran
H. Hollenstein, D. Luckhaus, J. Pochert, M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Angew.
Chemie 109, 136-140 (1997)
Synthesis, structure, high resolution spectroscopy and mechanism of the laser chemistry of fluorooxirane and 2,2-[2H2]-fluorooxirane
H. Hollenstein, D. Luckhaus, J. Pochert, M. Quack and G. Seyfang, Angew.
Chem. Intl. Ed. (English) 36, 140-143 (1997)

190.    Intramolecular energy transfer from isotope selective overtone spectroscopy by vibrationally assisted dissociation and photofragment ionization
M. Hippler and M. Quack, Ber.
Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 101, 356-362 (1997)

191.    Intramolecular vibrational redistribution and unimolecular reaction: Concepts and new results on the femtosecond dynamics and statistics in CHFClBr
A. Beil, D. Luckhaus, M. Quack and J. Stohner, Ber.
Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 101, 311-328 (1997)

192.    FTIR spectroscopy of hydrogen fluoride clusters in synchronously pulsed supersonic jets: Isotopic isolation, substitution and 3-d condensation
M. Quack, U. Schmitt and M.A. Suhm, Chem.
Phys. Lett. 269, 29-38 (1997)
(auch: J. Aerosol.
Sci. 28, Supplement 363-364 (1997)

193.    Combined high resolution infrared and microwave study of bromochlorofluoromethane
A. Bauder, A. Beil, D. Luckhaus, F. Müller and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 106,
7558-7570 (1997)

194.    Comments on intramolecular dynamics and femtosecond kinetics
M. Quack, Proc. 20th Solvay Conference "Chemical Reactions and their control on the femtosecond time scale", Brussels 1995, Adv. Chem. Phys. 101, 83-84, 92-93, 202, 277-278, 282, 373-382, 443, 453-456, 459, 586-591, 595 (1997)

195.    Infrared multiphoton excitation, dissociation, and ionization of C60
M. Hippler, M. Quack, R. Schwarz, G. Seyfang, S. Matt and T. Märk, Chem. Phys. Lett. 278, 111-120 (1997)

196.    A critical analysis of electronic density functionals for structural, energetic, dynamic and magnetic properties of hydrogen fluoride clusters
Ch. Maerker, P.v.R. Schleyer, K.R. Liedl, T.-K. Ha, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, J. Comp. Chem. 18, 1695-1719 (1997);
Suppl. Material ftp.Wiley.com/public/journals/jcc/suppmat/18/1695 or
http://journals.wiley.com/jcc

197.    Excited vibrational states of benzene: High resolution FTIR spectra and analysis of some out-of-plane vibrational fundamentals of C6H5D
M. Snels, A. Beil, H. Hollenstein and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. 225, 107-130 (1997)

                               1998

         

198.    The synthesis of [2-2H1]thiirane-1-oxide and [2,2-2H2]thiirane-1-oxide and the diastereoselective infrared laser chemistry of [2-2H1]thiirane-1-oxide
H. Groß, G. Grassi and M. Quack, Chemistry - A European Journal 4, No 3, 441-448 (1998)

199.    Explicitly correlated coupled cluster calculations of the electronic dissociation energies and barriers to concerted hydrogen exchange of (HF)n oligomers (n=2,3,4,5)
W. Klopper, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, Mol. Phys. 94, 105-119 (1998)

200.    Multiphoton Excitation
M. Quack in "Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry", Vol. 3, p. 1775-1791,
P. von Ragué Schleyer, N. Allinger, T. Clark, J. Gasteiger, P.A. Kollman, H.F. Schaefer III and P.R. Schreiner eds., John Wiley and Sons, 1998

201.    Statistical Adiabatic Channel Models
M. Quack and J. Troe, in "Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry", Vol. 4,
p. 2708-2726, P. von Ragué Schleyer, N. Allinger, T. Clark, J. Gasteiger, P.A. Kollman, H.F. Schaefer III, P.R. Schreiner eds., John Wiley and Sons, 1998

202.    High resolution cavity ring down absorption spectroscopy of nitrous oxide and chloroform using a near infrared cw diode laser
Y. He, M. Hippler and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 289, 527-534 (1998)

203.    Spectroscopy and quantum dynamics of hydrogen fluoride clusters
M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, in "Advances in Molecular Vibrations and Collision Dynamics, Vol. III, Molecular Clusters", p. 205-248, Z. Bacic & J. Bowman eds.,
JAI press, Stamford, Conn. and London, England 1998 (ISBN: 1-55938-790-4)

204.    Ab initio calculations of the structure, kinetics, and IR-laser chemical reaction dynamics of fluorooxirane
T.K. Ha, J. Pochert and M. Quack, J. Phys. Chem. A 102, 5241-5252 (1998)
(supplementary publication of 5 pages published separately)

205.    HF dimer: Empirically refined analytical potential energy and dipole hypersurfaces from ab initio calculations
W. Klopper, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, J. Chem. Phys. 108, 10096-10115 (1998)
(88 pages supplementary material published as AIP Document No PAPS
JCPSA6-108-303 820-88 by American Institute of Physics, Physics Auxiliary Publication Service)

206.    Ab initio calculation of molecular energies including parity violating interactions
A. Bakasov, T.K. Ha and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 7263-7285 (1998)
(31 pages of supplementary material published as AIP Document, No PAPS
JCP A6-109-303832 by American Institute of Physics, Physics Auxiliary Publication Service, 500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury, N.Y. 11797-2999)
Erratum: J. Chem. Phys. 110, 6081 (1999)
see also: Studies of parity violation in chiral molecules: Molecular physics vs. accelerators and the Z3+
d amplification law
A. Bakasov, T.K. Ha and M. Quack, Chimia 51, 559 (1997)

207.    Isotopomer selective overtone spectroscopy by ionization detected IR+UV double resonance of jet-cooled aniline
B. Fehrensen, M. Hippler and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 298, 320-328 (1998)

208.    Vibrational spectroscopy, anharmonic resonances, and intramolecular vibrational redistribution in tetrafluoroiodoethane
J. Pochert and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 95, 1055-1075 (1998)

209.    SASP 98 contributions, in "Proceedings of the Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, SASP 98, Going/Kitzbühel, Austria", A. Hansel and W. Lindinger eds. (Institut für Ionenphysik der Universität Innsbruck):
Symmetries and dynamics of molecules and clusters: Fundamental aspects and new results, M. Quack,  pages 2-26 to 2-28
Femtosecond population dynamics of highly excited vibrational states in tetrafluoro­iodoethane, J. Pochert and M. Quack,  pages 4-9 to 4-12
Nonlinear intensity dependence in the infrared multiphoton excitation and dissociation of methanol preexcited to different vibrational energies, O.V. Boyarkin, T.R. Rizzo, D. Rueda, M. Quack and G. Seyfang,  pages 4-13 to 4-16
Parity violating potentials for molecules and clusters, A. Bakasov, T.-K. Ha and M. Quack,  pages 4-17 to 4-20
Some simple mechanisms of multiphoton excitation in many level systems, E. Donley, R. Marquardt, M. Quack, J. Stohner, I. Thanopulos and E.U. Wallenborn,  pages 4-21 to 4-24

210.    Towards an understanding of the reaction dynamics of organic molecules on the femtosecond time scale
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, pages 290-309 in „Atualidades de Fisico-Quimica Organica“, ed. by E. Humeres and R. Yunes, Univ. Publ. of the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis-SC-Brasil (1998), ISSN-1414-0314

211.    Global analytical potential hypersurfaces for large amplitude nuclear motion and reaction in methane
I. Formulation of the potentials and adjustment of parameters to ab initio data and experimental constraints
R. Marquardt and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 10628-10643 (1998)
(27 pages of supplementary material published as AIP Document No PAPS
JCPS A6-109-010 845 by American Institute of Physics, Physics Auxiliary Publication Service, 500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury, N.Y. 11797-2999)

                                         1999

        

212.    Inversion tunneling in aniline from high resolution infrared spectroscopy and an adiabatic reaction path Hamiltonian approach
B. Fehrensen, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Z. Physik. Chem. 209, 1-19 (1999)

213.    Mode selective stereomutation tunnelling in hydrogen peroxide isotopomers
B. Fehrensen, D. Luckhaus and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 300, 312-320 (1999)

214.    Representation of parity violating potentials in molecular main chiral axes
A. Bakasov and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 303, 547-557 (1999)

215.    Ab initio calculations for the anharmonic vibrational resonance dynamics in the overtone spectra of the coupled OH and CH chromophores in CD2H-OH
M. Quack and M. Willeke, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 11958-11970 (1999)

216.    High resolution infrared spectra and simultaneous rovibrational analysis of the n2, n3, n5 and n6 bands of H3SiF
D. Papousek, H. Bürger, A. Rahner, P. Schulz, H. Hollenstein and M. Quack,
J. Mol. Spectrosc. 195, 263-280 (1999)

217.    A new six dimensional analytical potential up to chemically significant energies for the electronic ground state of hydrogen peroxide
B. Kuhn, T.R. Rizzo, D. Luckhaus, M. Quack and M.A. Suhm, J. Chem. Phys. 111, 2565-2587 (1999)
(135 pages of supplementary material published as AIP Document No PAPS
JCPS A6-111-302 905 by American Institute of Physics, Physics Auxiliary Publication Service, 500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury, N.Y. 11797-2999)

218.    Cw-cavity ring-down infrared absorption spectroscopy in pulsed supersonic jets:
Nitrous oxide and methane
M. Hippler and M. Quack, Chem. Phys. Lett. 314, 273-281 (1999)

219.    Intramolekulare Dynamik: Irreversibilität, Zeitumkehrsymmetrie und eine absolute Moleküluhr
M. Quack, Nova Acta Leopoldina 81, Neue Folge (No. 314) 137-173 (1999)

220.    Multi-configuration linear response approach to the calculation of parity violating potentials in polyatomic molecules
R. Berger and M. Quack, J. Chem. Phys. 112, 3148-3158 (2000)
(cf. R. Berger and M. Quack, Proc. 37th IUPAC Congress Vol. 2, p. 518, Berlin (1999))

                              2000

        

221.    Deperturbation of the low frequency infrared modes of ketene (CH2CO)
L. Nemes, D. Luckhaus, M. Quack and J.W.C. Johns, J. Mol. Struct. 517/518, 217-226 (2000)

222.    Influence of parity violating weak nuclear potentials on vibrational and rotational frequencies in chiral molecules
M. Quack and J. Stohner, Phys. Rev. Lett. 84, 3807-3810 (2000)

223.    The n1 and n3 band of ND3
M. Snels, L. Fusina, H. Hollenstein and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 98, 837-854 (2000)

224.    Vibrational spectra and intramolecular vibrational redistribution in highly excited deuterobromochlorofluoromethane CDBrClF: Experiment and theory
A. Beil, H. Hollenstein, O. Monti, M. Quack and J. Stohner, J. Chem. Phys. 113, 2701-2718 (2000)

225.    Ab initio calculation and spectroscopic analysis of the intramolecular vibrational redistribution in 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroiodoethane CF3CHFI
J. Pochert, M. Quack, J. Stohner and M. Willeke, J. Chem. Phys. 113, 2719-2735 (2000)

226.    How do parity violating weak nuclear interactions influence rovibrational frequencies in chiral molecules?
M. Quack and J. Stohner, Z. Physik. Chem. 214, 675-703 (2000)
and prepublished summary in SASP 2000, Proc. 12th Symp. On Atomic and Surface Physics and related Topics, D. Bassi and P. Tosi editors, Folgaria, Trento (2000), pages PR-11, 1-4.

227.    Dynamical chirality and the quantum dynamics of bending vibrations of the CH chromophore in methane isotopomers
R. Marquardt, M. Quack and I. Thanopulos, J. Phys. Chem. A 104, 6129-6149 (2000)

228.    Time resolved FTIR-detection of IR-multiphoton initiated dissociation of formic acid dimers: Evidence for a dimer with a simple strong hydrogen bond.
J. Blumberger, T.K. Ha, J. Paff, M. Quack and G. Seyfang in SASP 2000, Proc. 12th Symp. on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, D. Bassi and P. Tosi eds.
Folgaria, Trento (2000), pages PB-2, 1–4

229.    Remarks on the signs of g-factors in atomic and molecular Zeeman spectroscopy
J.M. Brown, R.J. Buenker, A. Carrington, C. di Lauro, R.N. Dixon, R.W. Field, J.T. Hougen, W. Hüttner, K. Kuchitsu, M. Mehring, A.J. Merer, T.A. Miller, M. Quack, D.A. Ramsey, L. Veseth and R.N. Zare, Mol.
Phys. 98, 1597–1601 (2000)

230.    Electroweak quantum chemistry of alanine: Parity violation in gas and condensed phases
R. Berger and M. Quack, ChemPhysChem. 1, 57-60 (2000)

231.    Electroweak quantum chemistry of possible precursor molecules in the evolution of biomolecular homochirality
R. Berger, M. Quack and G. Tschumper, Helv. Chim. Acta 83, 1919–1950 (2000)

232.    Coupling across bonds: ab initio calculations for the anharmonic vibrational resonance dynamics of the coupled OH and CH chromophores in trans formic acid HCOOH
D. Luckhaus, M. Quack and M. Willeke, Z. Physik. Chem. 214, 1087-1114 (2000)
(dedicated to J. Troe)

                                  2001

         

233.    Diode laser jet spectra and analysis of the ν1 and ν4 fundamentals of CCl3F
M. Snels, G. D’Amico, L. Piccarreta, H. Hollenstein and M. Quack
J. Mol. Spectrosc. 205, 102–109 (2001)

234.    Parity violation in fluorooxirane
R. Berger, M. Quack and J. Stohner,
Angew.
Chemie 113, 1716–1719 (2001); Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. (Engl.) 40, 1667–1670 (2001)

235.    Some simple mechanisms of multiphoton excitation in many level systems
E. Donley, R. Marquardt, M. Quack, J. Stohner, I. Thanopulos and E. U. Wallenborn
Mol. Phys. 99, 1275–1287 (2001)

236.    Gas Phase Kinetics
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack
Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry Vol. 1 (Fundamentals), Chapter A.3.4, pages 653–682 (IOP publishing, Bristol 2001, ed. by J. H. Moore and N. D. Spencer)

237.    Energy Redistribution in Reacting Systems
R. Marquardt and M. Quack
Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry Vol. 1 (Fundamentals), Chapter A.3.13, pages 897–936 (IOP publishing, Bristol 2001, ed. by J. H. Moore and N. D. Spencer)

238.    Gas Phase Kinetics Studies
D. Luckhaus and M. Quack
Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry Vol. 2 (Methods), Chapter B.2.5, pages 1871–1904 (IOP publishing, Bristol 2001, ed. by J. H. Moore and N. D. Spencer)

239.    Mode selective Stereomutation and Parity violation in disulphane isotopomers H2S2, D2S2, T2S2
M. Gottselig, D. Luckhaus, M. Quack, J. Stohner, M. Willeke
Helv. Chim. Acta 84, 1846–1861 (2001)
(Dedicated to E. Heilbronner)

240.    Analytical three-body interaction potentials and hydrogen bond dynamics of hydrogen fluoride aggregates (HF)n, n ≥ 3
M. Quack, J. Stohner and M. Suhm
J. Mol. Structure 599, 381–425 (2001)
(dedicated to A. Bauder)
a) An appreciation of Alfred Bauder
F. Merkt and M. Quack,
J. Mol. Structure 599, 1–8 (2001)

241.    High resolution FTIR spectra and analysis of the ν11 fundamental band of 13C6H6
M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack
Chem.
Phys. Lett. 350, 57–62 (2001)

242.    Molecules in Motion
M. Quack
Chimia 55, 753–758 (2001)
a) Moleküle in Bewegung
M. Quack
ETH Bulletin, 282, 30–35 (2001); Nachdruck in Chemie Plus (Schweizer Fachzeitschrift der Chemieberufe), 7-8, 12-18 (2002) 

243.    Parity violation dominates the dynamics of chirality in dichlorodisulfane
R. Berger, M. Gottselig, M. Quack and M. Willeke
Angew. Chem. 113, 4342–4345 (2001)
Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. (English) 40, 4195–4198 (2001)

 

244.    Molecular chirality and the fundamental symmetries of physics: Influence of parity violation on rovibrational frequencies and thermodynamic properties
M. Quack and J. Stohner
Chirality, 13, 745–753 (2001)
Erratum: Chirality, 15, 375–376 (2003)

                                      2002

 

245.    High resolution analysis of the complex symmetric stretching chromophore absorption in CF3I
Y. He, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, E. Richard, M. Snels and H. Bürger
J. Chem. Phys 116, 974–983 (2002)

246.    Anchoring the water dimer potential energy surface with explicitly correlated computations and focal point analyses
G.S. Tschumper, M.L. Leiniger, B.C. Hoffmann, E.F. Valeev, H.F. Schaefer III and M. Quack
J. Chem. Phys. 116, 690–701 (2002)

247.    Introduction to „The symmetry groups of non-rigid molecules“ by H.C. Longuet-Higgins
I. M. Mills and M. Quack,
Mol. Phys. 100, 9–10 (2002)

248.    High resolution FTIR spectra and analysis of the n11 fundamental and of the n2 + n11, n+ n12 and n7 + n16 combination bands of 12C6D6
M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, E. Cané, A. Miani, and A. Trombetti
Mol. Phys. 100, 981–1001 (2002)

249.    High-resolution FTIR and cw-diode laser cavity ring-down spectroscopy of the ν2 + 2ν3 band of methane near 7510 cm–1 in slit jet expansions and at room temperature
M. Hippler and M. Quack
J. Chem. Phys. 116, 6045–6055 (2002)
a) see also Proc. 17th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectrosc. Papendal-Arnhem, p. 275 (Nijmegen Sept. 2001, ed. by L. Meerts, ISBN 90-3730 5881)
b) See also Foreword Seventeenth Colloquium on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy
Jean-Marie Flaud, Gianfranco Di Lonardo, W. Leo Meerts, and Martin Quack
Mol. Phys. 100, (22) 3483 (2002)

250.    Analysis of the n3 + n7 combination band of CF2Cl2 from spectra obtained by high resolution diode laser and FTIR-supersonic jet techniques
G. D’Amico, M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack
Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys., 4, 1531–1536 (2002)
see also Proc. 17th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectrosc. Papendal-Arnhem (Nijmegen Sept. 2001, ed. by L. Meerts, ISBN 90-3730 5881) p.171

251.    High resolution spectroscopy of the n3 band of WF6 and ReF6 in a supersonic jet
V. Boudon, M. Rotger, Y. He, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack and U. Schmitt
J. Chem. Phys 117, 3196–3207 (2002)

252.    Spectroscopy and dynamics of the isolated sp2 CH chromophore in trideuteroacetaldehyde CD3CHO as derived from extrapolated SDCI ab initio calculations
T.K. Ha, M. Quack, J. Stohner,
Mol. Phys. 100, 1797–1805 (2002)

253.    How Important is Parity Violation for Molecular and Biomolecular Chirality?
M. Quack
Angewandte Chemie 114, 4812–4825 (2002), Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
English 41, 4618-4630 (2002)

254.    Nonlinear intensity dependence in the infrared multiphoton excitation and dissociation of methanol pre-excited to different energies
O.V. Boyarkin, T. R. Rizzo, D.S. Rueda, M. Quack and G. Seyfang
J. Chem. Phys. 117, 9793–9805 (2002)

                               2003

        

255.    Tunneling dynamics of the NH chromophore in NHD2 during and after coherent infrared excitation
R. Marquardt, M. Quack, I. Thanopulos, and D. Luckhaus
J. Chem. Phys. 118, 643-658 (2003)

256.    Molecular spectra, reaction dynamics, symmetries and life (Paracelsus Prize lecture)
M. Quack,
Chimia, 57, 147–160 (2003)
(dedicated to J. D. Dunitz)

257.    Theory of stereomutation dynamics and parity violation in hydrogen thioperoxide isotopomers 1,2,3HSO1,2,3H
M. Quack and M. Willeke, Helv. Chim. Acta, 86, 1641–1652 (2003)
(dedicated to Jack D. Dunitz)

258.    Ab initio calculation of mode selective tunneling dynamics in 12CH3OH and 13CH3OH
B. Fehrensen, D. Luckhaus, M. Quack, M. Willeke, and T. R. Rizzo
J. Chem. Phys. 119, 5534–5544 (2003)
(dedicated to D. Seebach)

259.    The NH and ND stretching fundamentals of 14ND2H
M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack
J. Chem. Phys. 119, 7893–7902 (2003)
(dedicated to Konrad G. Weil)

260.    The N=2 CH-chromophore absorption near 6000 cm-1 of benzene isotopomers by mass selective overtone spectroscopy with IR + UV ionization detection
M. Hippler, R. Pfab, M. Quack,
J. Phys. Chem. 107, 10743 – 10752 (2003)
see also Proc. 18th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, paper D14, p. 118

261.    Von den "unmessbar schnellen" chemischen Reaktionen zur Bestimmung ultrakurzer Zeiten für chemische Primärprozesse
M. Quack,
Akademie-Journal der Union der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften (Themenschwerpunkt Chemie) 1, 38 – 44 (2003)

262.    A global electric dipole function of ammonia and its isotopomers in the electronic ground state
R. Marquardt, M. Quack, I. Thanopulos, D. Luckhaus
J. Chem. Phys. 119, 10724 – 10732 (2003)

263.    Multidimensional anharmonic resonances and parity violation in CDBrClF
M. Quack and J. Stohner
J. Chem. Phys. 119, 11228 – 11240 (2003)
see also Proc. 18th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, paper J13, p. 287

264.    Parity violating potentials for the torsional motion of methanol and its isotopomers (CH3OH, CD3OH, 13CD3OH, CH3OD, CH3OT, CHD2OH and CHDTOH)
R. Berger, M. Quack, A. Sieben, and M. Willeke
Helv. Chim. Acta, 86, 4048–4060 (2003)

265.    Physical Methods for Molecular and Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, Meeting Report, Spring Meeting 2003 of the Swiss Chemical Society, A Symposium in honour of Prof. Richard R. Ernst and Prof. Jack Dunitz
K. Albert Keppler, S. Albert, M. Gottselig, M. Hippler, H. Hollenstein, L. Oeltjen, M. Quack, G. Seyfang, A. Sieben, J. Stohner, M. Willeke
Chimia, 57, 659 – 666 (2003)
 

266.             Very high resolution studies of chiral molecules with a Bruker IFS 120 HR: the rovibrational spectrum of CDBrClF in the range 600–2300 cm-1
S. Albert, K. K. Albert, M. Quack,
Trends in Optics and Photonics (TOPS) 84, 177–180 (2003), (Optical Society of America, Washington DC, ISBN 1-55752-744-X)

 

267.             Mode-selective stereomutation tunneling as compared to parity violation in hydrogen diselenide isotopomers 1,2,3H280Se2
M. Gottselig, M. Quack, and M. Willeke
Israel Journal of Chemistry, 43, 353–363 (2003)

        

                                             2004

268.             Mode-selective stereomutation tunneling and parity violation in HOClH+ and H2Te2 isotopomers
M. Gottselig, M. Quack, J. Stohner, M. Willeke,
Int. J. Mass Spectrometry 233, 373–384 (2004)

 

269.             Global analytical potential hypersurface for large amplitude nuclear motion and reactions in methane. II. Characteristic properties of the potential and comparison to other potentials and experimental information
R. Marquardt, M. Quack
J. Phys. Chem. A 108, 3166–3181 (2004)

 

270.             Rovibrational analysis of the ν4 and ν5 + ν9 bands of CHCl2F
S. Albert, K. K. Albert, and M. Quack
J. Mol. Struct. 695-696, 385–394 (2004)

 

271.             Theoretical Chemistry: Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics, Editorial and Review, 39th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, 28 September to 2 October, 2003, Gwatt, Lake Thun, Switzerland
F. Mariotti, M. Quack, M. Willeke, J. Stohner
Chimia, 58, 263–275 (2004)

 

272.             Ab initio calculation of parity violating potential energy hypersurfaces of chiral molecules
A. Bakasov, R. Berger, T. K. Ha, M. Quack
Int. J. Quantum Chem. 99, 393–407 (2004)
(dedicated to Hans Bürger)

 

273.             Femtosecond Intramolecular Dynamics After Near-IR Excitation of CH3I, C2H5I, CF3CHFI, and C7H8 Molecules in the Gas Phase and in Solution.
V. Krylov, M. Nikitchenko, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, Proc. SPIE Vol. 5337, pages 178-189 (Nonlinear Frequency Generation and Conversion: Materials, Devices and Applications III, ed. by K. L. Schepler and D. D. Lowenthal, SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2004)

 

274.             Doppler-limited FTIR spectrum of the ν3(a')/ ν8(a'') Coriolis resonance dyad of CHClF2: Analysis and comparison with ab initio calculations
S. Albert, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, M. Willeke
Mol. Phys. 102, 1671–1686 (2004)
see also Proc. 18th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, p. 87
and Foreword Eighteenth Colloquium on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, Hubert Berger, Gianfranco Di Lonardo, Jean-Marie Flaud, Frédéric Merkt and Martin Quack
Mol.
Phys. 102, (14-15) 1499 (2004)

 

275.             Zeit und Zeitumkehrsymmetrie in der molekularen Kinetik
M. Quack
Schriftliche Fassung des Vortrages am 7. Symposium der Deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin, 31.10. und 1.11.2002, „Zeithorizonte in der Wissenschaft“, Herausgeber Dieter Simon, Seiten 125–180, De Gruyter, Berlin (2004), ISBN 3-11-018000-6

 

276.             Time and Time Reversal Symmetry in Quantum Chemical Kinetics
M. Quack,
in “Fundamental World of Quantum Chemistry. A Tribute to the Memory of Per-Olov Löwdin”, edited by E. J. Brändas and E. S. Kryachko, Vol. 3, pages 423 – 474 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2004).

 

                                                   2005 
 

277.             Global Analytical Potential Energy Surface for Large Amplitude Nuclear Motions in Ammonia
R. Marquardt, K. Sagui, W. Klopper and M. Quack
J. Phys. Chem. B
109, 8439 – 8451 (2005)

 

278.         Isotopic chirality and molecular parity violation
R. Berger, G. Laubender, M. Quack, A. Sieben, J. Stohner, M. Willeke
Angew. Chemie 117, 3689 – 3693 (2005); Angew. Chemie Intl. Ed. (Engl.) 44, 3623 – 3626 (2005)
see also A. Sieben, R. Berger, M. Quack, and M. Willeke, Proc. 18th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, paper F4, p.161

 

279.         High resolution Fourier transform spectroscopy of CH2D2 in the region 2350 – 2650 cm‑1: The bands ν5 + ν7, 2ν9, ν3 + ν4, ν3 + ν7, and ν5 + ν9.
O. N. Ulenikov, E. S. Bekhtereva, S. V. Grebneva, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7, 1142 – 1150 (2005)
see also Proc. 18th Coll. High Resol. Mol. Spectroscopy, Dijon 2003, paper H38, p. 261

 

280.         Parity violation in chiral molecules
M. Quack, J. Stohner
Chimia, 59, 530 – 538 (2005)

 

281.         Steps Towards Molecular Parity Violation in Axially Chiral Molecules: (I) Theory for Allene and 1,3-Difluoroallene
M. Gottselig, M. Quack
J. Chem. Phys. 123, 84305-1 – 84305-11 (2005)

 

282.         Modelle in der Chemie
Martin Quack
in “Modelle des Denkens”, Streitgespräch in der Wissenschaftlichen Sitzung der Versammlung der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften am 12. Dezember 2003, Debatte Heft 2, Seite 21-33, Herausgeber W. Simon, Präsident der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin, 2005

 

283.         Isotope Selective Infrared Spectroscopy and Intramolecular Dynamics
M. Hippler and M. Quack,
Chapter 11 in “Isotope Effects
in Chemistry and Biology, Part III  Isotope Effects in Chemical Dynamics”, pages 305 – 359, Ed. Amnon Kohen and Hans-Heinrich Limbach, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York 2005
 

                                                   2006 
 

284.         Paritätsverletzung in Molekülen und die physikalisch-chemischen Grundlagen der Chiralität. Trendbericht Physikalische Chemie 2005.
M. Quack and J. Stohner.
Nachrichten Aus Der Chemie, 54(3):282 – 284, 2006.

285.         Electroweak quantum chemistry and the dynamics of parity violation in chiral molecules.
M. Quack.
In Kevin J. Naidoo, John Brady, Martin J. Field, Jiali Gao, and Michael Hann, editors, Modelling Molecular Structure and Reactivity in Biological Systems, Proc. 7th WATOC Congress, Cape Town January 2005, pages 3 – 38. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2006.

286.         Stereomutation tunneling switching dynamics and parity violation in chlorineperoxide Cl-O-O-Cl.
M. Quack and M. Willeke.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 110(9):3338 – 3348, 2006. (doi:10.1021/jp055770h)

287.         The NH and ND stretching fundamentals of 14NH2D.
M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack.
J. Mol. Spectrosc., 237(2):143 – 148, 2006. (doi:10.1016/j.jms.2006.03.006)

288.         Intramolecular primary processes: Recent results and new questions.
M. Quack.
In V. Grill and T. D. Märk, editors, Contributions, 15th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Obergurgl, Österreich, 4. - 9.2.2006, Conference Series, pages 81 – 85. Innsbruck University Press, Innsbruck, 2006.

289.         Recent results on parity violation in chiral molecules:camphor and the influence of molecular parity violation.
J. Stohner and M. Quack.
In V. Grill and T. D. Märk, editors, Contributions, 15th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Obergurgl, Österreich, 4. - 9.2.2006, pages 196 – 199. Innsbruck University Press, Innsbruck, 2006.

290.         High resolution infrared spectroscopy of aromatic compounds.
S. Albert and M. Quack.
In V. Grill and T. D. Märk, editors, Contributions, 15th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Obergurgl, Österreich, 4. - 9.2.2006, pages 213 – 216. Innsbruck University Press, Innsbruck, 2006.

291.         Ultrafast redistribution of vibrational energy after overtone excitation of CH3I - three different time scales.
V. Krylov, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang.
In V. Grill and T. D. Märk, editors, Contributions, 15th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Obergurgl, Österreich, 4. - 9.2.2006, Conference Series, pages 229 – 232. Innsbruck University Press, Innsbruck, 2006.

292.         Rovibrational analysis of the ν4 ,2ν6 fermi resonance band of CH35ClF2 by means of a polyad hamiltonian involving the vibrational levels ν4, 2ν6, ν69 and 2ν9, and comparison with ab initio calculations.
S. Albert, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, and M. Willeke.
Mol. Phys., 104(16-17):2719 – 2735, 2006. (doi:10.1080/00268970600828991)

293.         Theory and molecular spectroscopy of the parity violating electroweak interaction: Signatures in rovibrational spectra of polyatomic molecules.
J. Stohner and M. Quack.
In Theodore Simos and George Maroulis, editors, Recent Progress in Computational Sciences and Engineering (Lectures presented at the International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2006 (ICCMSE 2006), Chania, Crete, Greece), volume 7B of Lecture Series on Computer and Computational Sciences, pages 968–972. Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, 2006.

294.         Mode selective tunneling dynamics observed by high resolution spectroscopy of the bending fundamentals of 14NH2D and 14ND2H.
M. Snels, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack.
J. Chem. Phys., 125(19):194319, 2006. (doi:10.1063/1.2366704)

295.         High-resolution rovibrational analysis of vibrational states of A2 symmetry of the dideuterated methane CH2D2: the levels ν5 and ν7 + ν9.
O. N. Ulenikov, E. S. Bekhtereva, S. V. Grebneva, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack
Mol. Phys., 104, 3371–3386, 2006.

                                                   2007 
 

296.         V. Krylov, A. Kushnarenko, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang.
High sensitivity femtosecond gas phase pump-probe experiments using a hollow waveguide: intramolecular redistribution processes in CH3I.
In Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6460. poster report at conference: Photonics West 2007, Commercial and Biomedical Applications of Ultrafast Lasers VII, San Jose, CA, USA, 21 January, 2007), pages 64601D–1. 2007.

297.         Rovibrational analysis of the 2ν3, 3ν3 and ν1 bands of CHCl2F measured at 170 and 298 K by high-resolution FTIR spectroscopy.
S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, M. Quack, and A. Steinlin.
Mol. Phys., 105:541–558, 2007. (doi:10.1080/00268970601164198)

298.         High resolution rovibrational spectroscopy of chiral and aromatic compounds.
S. Albert and M. Quack.
ChemPhysChem., 8:1271 – 1281, 2007. (doi:10.1002/cphc.200700018)

299.         High resolution rovibrational spectroscopy of pyrimidine. Analysis of the B1 modes ν10b and ν4 and the B2 mode ν6b.
S. Albert and M. Quack.
J. Mol. Spectrosc., 243:280 – 291, 2007. (doi:10.1016/j.jms.2007.04.009)

300.         E. R. Cohen, T. Cvitas, J. G. Frey, B. Holmström, K. Kuchitsu, R. Marquardt, I. Mills, F. Pavese, M. Quack, J. Stohner, H. L. Strauss, M. Takami, and A. Thor.
Quantities, Units and Symbols in physical chemistry, Third edition, 2007.

301.         Spectroscopic properties of trichlorofluoromethane CCl3F calculated by density functional theory.
O. A. von Lilienfeld, C. Léonard, N. C. Handy, S. Carter, M. Willeke, and M. Quack.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 9(36):5027 – 5035, 2007. (doi:10.1039/b704995a)

302.         Naturwissenschaften! warum überhaupt? warum nicht?.
M. Quack.
In Hirzel Verlag, editor, Dynamisches Denken und Handeln, pages 65–78. Theodor Leiber Herausgeber, Festschrift für Klaus Mainzer, Stuttgart, 2007.

303.         Stereomutation dynamics in hydrogen peroxide.
B. Fehrensen, D. Luckhaus, and M. Quack.
Chem. Phys., 338:90 – 105, 2007. (doi:10.1016/j.chemphys.2007.06.012)

304.         High resolution FTIR and diode laser supersonic jet spectroscopy of the N=2 HF-stretching polyad in (HF)2 and (HFDF): Hydrogen bond switching and predissociation dynamics.
Y. B. He, H. B. Müller, M. Quack, and M. A. Suhm.
Z. Phys. Chem., 221:1581 – 1645, 2007. (doi:10.1524/zpch.2007.221.11-12.1581)

305.         High-resolution continuous-wave-diode laser cavity ring-down spectroscopy of the hydrogen fluoride dimer in a pulsed slit jet expansion: Two components of the N = 2 triad near 1.3 μm.
M. Hippler, M. Oeltjen, and M. Quack.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 111:12659 – 12668, 2007. (doi:10.1021/jp076894s)

306.         Recent results in quantum chemical kinetics from high resolution spectroscopy.
M. Quack.
In AIP Conference Proceedings, editor, Computation in modern science and engineering, Proceedings of the international conference on computational methods in science and engineering 2007 (ICCMSE 2007), volume 2, pages 245 – 248. Th. E. Simos, G. Maroulis, 2007.

                                                   2008 
 

307.         High-resolution spectroscopic studies and theory of parity violation in chiral molecules.
M. Quack, J. Stohner, and M. Willeke.
Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 59:741 – 769, 2008. (doi:10.1146/annurev.physchem.58.032806.104511)

308.         CHBrIF and molecular parity violation: First high resolution rovibrational analysis of the CF-stretching mode.
S. Albert, K. K. Albert, S. Bauerecker, and M. Quack.
In R. D. Beck, M. Drabbels, and T. R. Rizzo, editors, Contributions, 16th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 20. - 25.1.2008, pages 79 – 82. Innsbruck University Press, ISBN 978-902571-31-1, Innsbruck, 2008.

309.         Analysis of the CH-chromophore spectra and dynamics in dideutero-methyliodide CHD2I.
V. Horká, M. Quack, and M. Willeke.
Mol. Phys., 106(9-10):1303 – 1316, 2008.
See also:
Vibrational spectra and ab initio calculations for the study of intramolecular vibrational energy redistribution in the CH-chromophore in CHD2I.
V. Horká, M. Quack, and M. Willeke.
In R. D. Beck, M. Drabbels, and T. R. Rizzo, editors, Contributions, 16th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 20. - 25.1.2008, pages 137 – 140. Innsbruck University Press, ISBN 978-902571-31-1, Innsbruck, 2008.
See also:
Twentieth colloquium on high resolution molecular spectroscopy - dijon, 3 to 7 september 2007 - foreword.
V. Boudon, G. Di lonardo, J. M. Flaud, M. Quack, and T. Softley.
Mol. Phys., 106(9-10):1125 – 1126, 2008.

310.         Intramolecular vibrational energy redistribution in CH2XCCH (X = Cl, Br, I) measured by femtosecond pump-probe experiments.
A. Kushnarenko, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang.
In R. D. Beck, M. Drabbels, and T. R. Rizzo, editors, Contributions, 16th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 20. - 25.1.2008, pages 149 – 152. Innsbruck University Press, ISBN 978-902571-31-1, Innsbruck, 2008.

311.         Dynamics in the hydrogen bonded systems (HF)2 and HF-DF studied by means of cw-CRD spectroscopy.
C. Manca and M. Quack.
In R. D. Beck, M. Drabbels, and T. R. Rizzo, editors, Contributions, 16th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 20. - 25.1.2008, pages 170 – 173. Innsbruck University Press, ISBN 978-902571-31-1, Innsbruck, 2008.

312.         Fundamental and first overtone spectra of the CH-stretching vibration of 12C6HD5 and of 13C12C5HD5 measured by the ISOS method.
E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang.
In R. D. Beck, M. Drabbels, and T. R. Rizzo, editors, Contributions, 16th Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics and Related Topics, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 20. - 25.1.2008, pages 184 – 187. Innsbruck University Press, ISBN 978-902571-31-1, Innsbruck, 2008.

313.         Global analysis of the infrared spectrum of 13CH4: Lines in the region 0 to 3200 cm-1.
H.-M. Niederer, and S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, V. Boudon, J. P. Champion, and M. Quack.
Chimia, 62(4):273 – 276, 2008.
(Swiss Chemical Society prize paper)

314.         Ab initio study of some persistent nitroxide radicals.
L. Horny, F. Mariotti, and M. Quack.
Chimia, 62(4):256 –259, 2008.
(Swiss Chemical Society prize paper)

315.         Vibrational predissociation in hydrogen obnded dimers: the case of (HF)2 and its isotopomers.
C. Manca, M. Quack, and M. Willeke.
Chimia, 62(4):235 – 239, 2008.
(Mettler Toledo award paper)

                                                   2009 
 

316.         Global analysis of the high resolution infrared spectrum of methane 12CH4 in the region from 0 to 4800 cm-1.
S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, V. Boudon, L. R. Brown, J. P. Champion, M. Loete, A. Nikitin, and M. Quack.
Chem. Phys., 356(1-3):131 – 146, 2009.

317.         Education About the Use of Quantities, Units and Symbols in Chemistry: The Earlier the Better.
J. Stohner, M. Quack
in P. Ramasami Editor, Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Chemical Education (20th ICCE) "Chemistry in the ICT Age", Ponte Aux Piments, Mauritius, 3.8.2008 – 8.8.2008, pages 00 – 00, Springer Verlag (2009)

318.         Intramolecular vibrational energy redistribution measured by femtosecond pump-probe experiments in a hollow waveguide.
A. Kushnarenko, V. Krylov, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang.
In P. Corkum, S. De Silvestri, K. Nelson, E. Riedle, and R. Schoenlein Eds., editors, Ultrafast Phenomena XVI, Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, Stresa, Italia, June 2008, pages 349–351. Springer Series in Chemical Physics, ISBN 978-3-540-95945-8, Berlin, 2009.

319.         High-resolution near infrared spectroscopy and vibrational dynamics of dideuteromethane (CH2D2).
O.N. Ulenikov, E.S. Bekhtereva, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 113(10):2218–2231, 2009. (doi:10.1021/jp809839t)

320.         A Concise Summary of Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry
J. Stohner and M. Quack, Intern. Union Pure Appl. Chem., Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, ISBN 978-1-84973-039-6 (2009)

A Concise Summary of Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry. Japanese Translation
J. Stohner and M. Quack, IUPAC and National Metrology Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and the Chemical Society of Japan (2009) (booklet with 12 pages No. 63-3292-6161)

www.chemistry.or.jp

                                                   2010 
 

321. Parity and Nuclear Spin Symmetry: Their Conservation and Violation in Intramolecular Dynamics
M. Quack, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors,
Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 44 - 48 (2010)

322. Synchrotron-Based High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of Naphtalene (C10H8): Rovibrational Analysis of the ν46 Band
S. Albert, K. Keppler Albert, Ph. Lerch, and M. Quack, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors,
Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 134 - 137 (2010)

323. Cavity enhanced saturation spectroscopy of NH3 in the near infrared
P. Dietiker, M. Quack, A. Schneider, G. Seyfang, and F. Ünlü, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors,
Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 161 - 164 (2010)

324. Supersonic Jet Isotope Selective Infrared Spectroscopy of the Second Overtone Polyad of the NH-Stretching Vibration in C6H5NH2, C6D5NH2 and C6H5NDH
E. Miloglyadov, A. Kulik, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors, Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 216 - 219 (2010)

325. CH Stretching Overtone Spectra of 12CH3I and 12CHD2I Measured by NIR-Pump UV -Probe Experiments
E. Miloglyadov, V. Krylov, A. Kushnarenko, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors, Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 220 - 223 (2010)

326. Rotational Line Shifts due to Parity Violation in Chiral Molecules
J. Stohner and M. Quack, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors, Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 249 - 253 (2010)

327. Cavity Ring-Down (CRD) Spectrum of the ν2+2ν3 Subband of CH4 in a Supersonic Expansion Below 40 K
M. Suter, C. Manca Tanner, and M. Quack, In Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics (SASP 2010), 24.01-29.01.2010, I. Milewski, A. Kendl and P. Scheier Editors,
Innsbruck University Press (IUP), ISBN 978-3-902719-52-2, pages 254 - 257 (2010)

328. High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy and Global Vibrational Analysis for the CH3D and CHD3 Isotopomers of Methane
O.N. Ulenikov, E.S. Bekhtereva, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys., 108, 1209–1240 (2010)

329. High resolution spectrum and rovibrational analysis of the ν1 CH-stretching fundamental in CHD2I
S. Albert, C. Manca Tanner, and M. Quack, Mol. Phys. 108, 2403 - 2426 (2010)

                                                   2011 
 

330. Preface of Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy
Frédéric Merkt and Martin Quack, M. Quack, and F. Merkt editors, Wiley, Chichester, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9, Vol. 1, pages XV–XVI (2011)

331. Molecular Quantum Mechanics and Molecular Spectra, Molecular Symmetry, and Interaction of Matter with Radiation
F. Merkt, and M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 1, chapter 1, pages 1-55, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

332. Fundamentals of Rotation-Vibration Spectra
S. Albert, K. Keppler Albert, H. Hollenstein, C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 1, chapter 3, pages 117-173, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

333. Conventions, Symbols, Quantities, Units and Constants for High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy
J. Stohner, M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 1, chapter 5, pages 263-324, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

334. Global Analytical Potential Energy Surfaces for High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy and Reaction Dynamics
R. Marquardt, M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 1, chapter 12, pages 511-549, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

335. Fundamental Symmetries and Symmetry Violations from High Resolution Spectroscopy
M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 1, chapter 18, pages 659-722, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

336. High Resolution Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy,
S. Albert, K. Keppler Albert, M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 2, chapter 26, pages 965-1019, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

337. High Resolution FTIR and Diode Laser Spectroscopy of Supersonic Jets
M. Snels, V. Horká-Zelenková, H. Hollenstein, M. Quack, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 2, chapter 27, pages 1021-1067, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

338. Mass and Isotope Selective Infrared Specroscopy
M. Hippler, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 2, chapter 28, pages 1069-1118, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

338. Mass and Isotope Selective Infrared Specroscopy
M. Hippler, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, in “Handbook of High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Vol. 2, chapter 28, pages 1069-1118, M. Quack, and F. Merkt, Eds. Wiley Chichester,  ISBN-13: 978-0-470-06653-9 (2011)

339. Synchrotron-based highest resolution Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of naphthalene (C10H8) and indole (C8H7N) and application to astrophysical problems
S. Albert, K. Keppler Albert, P. Lerch, M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 71 - 99 (2011)

doi:10.1039/C0FD00013B

340. Frontiers in Spectroscopy (Concluding Paper to Faraday Discussion 150)
M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 533-565 (2011)

doi:10.1039/C1FD00096A

341. Contributions to the discussion on Frontiers in Spectroscopy

a) On parity violating frequency shifts
J. Stohner, and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 113 - 114 and 117 - 118 (2011)

b) On nuclear spin symmetry relaxation in supersonic jets of H2O
C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack, and D. Schmidiger, Faraday Disc. 150, 118 - 122 (2011)

c) On experiments to detect parity violation in chiral molecules
M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 123 - 127 (2011)

d) On nuclear spin symmetry conservation in methane
H. M. Niederer, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, V. Boudon, G. Seyfang, and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 128 - 130 (2011)

e) On tunneling and parity violation in ClOOCl
R. Prentner, M. Quack, and J. Stohner, Faraday Disc. 150, 130 - 132 (2011)

f) Discussion replies on synchrotron based high resolution Fourier Transform Spectroscopy
S. Albert, K. K. Albert, P. Lerch, and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 146 - 151 (2011)

g) On coupled cluster calculations of parity violating potentials in chiral molecules
L. Horný, and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 152 - 154 (2011)

h) On isotope selective infrared spectroscopy and tunneling in substituted aniline derivatives
E. M. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, Faraday Disc. 150, 277 - 278 (2011)

i) On observing line resolved spectra in molecules showing ultrafast intramolecular processes
M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 397 - 398 (2011)

j) On a general approach describing potentials for hydrogen bonded complexes (HF)n and similar cases
M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 413 - 414 (2011)

k) On the high resolution FTIR spectroscopy of phenol and torsional tunneling
S. Albert, K. K. Albert, P. Lerch, and M. Quack, Faraday Disc. 150, 517 - 519 (2011)

l) On femtosecond pump probe experiments in bichromophoric acetylenic compounds
A. Kushnarenko, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, and G. Seyfang, Faraday Disc. 150, 520 - 521 (2011)

342. Die DBG in Bunsens Jubiläumsjahr
M. Quack, Bunsenmagazin 13, 1-2 (2011)

343. Wann wurde Robert Wilhelm Bunsen geboren?
M. Quack, Bunsenmagazin 13, 56-57 (2011)

344. Naturwissenschaften! Warum überhaupt? Warum nicht?
M. Quack, Bulletin der Vereinigung der Schweizerischen Hochschuldozierenden VSH/AEU 37, 7-14 (2011), zweiter, neu bearbeiteter Essay mit Nachdruck der Doktoratsfeierrede 2004. ISSN 1663-9898

345. Die Asymmetrie des Lebens und die Symmetrieverletzungen der Physik:
Molekulare Paritätsverletzung und Chiralität
M. Quack, in „Reise zum Ursprung des Lebens“, Katharina Al-Shamery und Uta Neubauer Hrsg., Wiley VCH, Weinheim, Kapitel 12, pages 277 - 310 (2011)

346. Rede des Ersten Vorsitzenden anlässlich der 110. Hauptversammlung der Deutschen Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie in Berlin, 2. Juni 2011 (im Druck publizierteFassung)
M. Quack, Bunsenmagazin 13, 138-143 (2011)

347.    Naturwissenschaften! Warum überhaupt? Warum nicht?
M. Quack
in „Gegenworte“, Hefte für den Disput über Wissen, 26, 28–35 (2011)
Dritter, neubearbeiteter Essay mit gekürztem Nachdruck der Doktoratsfeierrede 2004, ISSN 1435-571X (Herausgegeben von der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften)

                                                   2012 
 

348.    Highest resolution Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules with and without synchrotron radiation
S. Albert, K. Keppler Albert, P. Lerch, M. Quack
in “Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2012 (SASP 2012)”, Alpe d’Huez, France, 22 to 27 January 2012, pages 86 – 89,
(Marius Lewerenz, Odile Dutuit, and Roberto Marquardt eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2012), ISBN 978-3-902811-42-4.

349.    Inversion tunneling in normal and substituted anilines from infrared spectroscopy and quasiadiabatic channel reaction path Hamiltonian calculations
E. Miloglyadov, R. Prentner, G. Seyfang, and M. Quack
in “Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2012 (SASP 2012)”, Alpe d’Huez, France, 22 to 27 January 2012, pages 234 – 237,
(Marius Lewerenz, Odile Dutuit, and Roberto Marquardt eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2012), ISBN 978-3-902811-42-4.

350.    IR-laser induced population transfer from highly populated rotational levels of NH3 in a molecular beam
P. Dietiker, M. Quack, A. Schneider, G. Seyfang, and F. Ünlü
in “Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2012 (SASP 2012)”, Alpe d’Huez, France, 22 to 27 January 2012, pages 263 – 267,
(Marius Lewerenz, Odile Dutuit, and Roberto Marquardt eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2012), ISBN 978-3-902811-42-4.

351.    Assessing noise sources at synchrotron infrared ports
Ph. Lerch, P. Dumas, T. Schilcher, A. Nadji, A. Luedeke, N. Hubert, L. Cassinari, M. Boege, J.-C. Denard, L. Stingelin, L. Nadolski, T. Garvey, S. Albert, C. Gough, M. Quack, J. Wambach, M. Dehler and J. M. Filhol,
J. Synchrotron Rad. 19, 1 – 9 (2012)

352.    Reinvestigation of the ν2+2ν3 subband in the overtone icosad of 12CH4 using cavity ring-down (CRD) spectroscopy of a supersonic jet expansion
C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack
Mol. Phys. 110, 2111 – 2135 (2012)

see also:
Reinvestigation of the overtone icosad of 12CH4 in a supersonic-jet expansion using cavity ring-down (CRD) spectroscopy
C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack,
in “Proceedings of the 22nd Colloquium on High-Resolution Spectroscopy”, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, August 29 - September 2, 2011, p. 355, (Ed.: V. Boudon), (2011).

see also
Foreword: 22nd Colloquium on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy Dijon 29 August to 2 September 2012
T. P. Softley V. Boudon, P. De Natale, M. Herman, M. Quack
Mol. Phys. 110, 2001 – 2001 (2012)

353.    a)    Rede des Ersten Vorsitzenden anlässlich der 111. Hauptversammlung der Deutschen Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie in Leipzig, 17. Mai 2012 (im Druck publizierte Fassung)
M. Quack
Bunsen-Magazin 14(5), 181–189 (2012)

b)    Risiken und Chancen in der Forschungsförderung (Auszug aus der Rede des 1. Vorsitzenden der Deutschen Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie, Leipzig Mai 2012)
M. Quack
Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitung 67, 726-730 (2012)

354.    Molecular Parity Violation and Chirality: The Asymmetry of Life and the Symmetry Violations of Physics
M. Quack
Chapter 3 in “Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics: Progress in Methods and Applications, Proceedings of QSCP XVI, Kanazawa 11 to 17 September 2011”, Series Title: “Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics”, pages 47 – 76, (Kiyoshi Nishikawa; Jean Maruani; Erkki Brändas; Gerardo Delgado-Barrio; Piotr Piecuch Eds., Springer Verlag 2012)

355.    Warum Physikalische Chemie?
M. Quack
Bunsen-Magazin 14(6), 225 – 228 (2012)


356.    Grössen, Einheiten und Symbole in der Physikalischen Chemie
J. Stohner, M. Quack
Bunsen-Magazin 14(6), 243 – 246 (2012)
(Deutsche Übersetzung von „A Concise Summary of Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry“, J. Stohner and M. Quack, Intern. Union Pure Appl. Chem., Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge 2009, ISBN 978-1-84973-039-6, siehe Nr. 320)

                                                   2013 
 

357.    Tunneling and tunneling switching dynamics in phenol (C6H5OH) and its isotopomers from high resolution FTIR spectroscopy with synchrotron radiation in the THz range and theory
S. Albert, Ph. Lerch, R. Prentner and M. Quack
Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. (English) 52, 346-349 (2013),
Angew. Chem. 125, 364-367 (2013)

358.    Es gibt nur eine Naturwissenschaft
(Interview anlässlich der Verleihung der August-Wilhelm-von-Hofmann-Denkmünze der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, gedruckte Fassung)
M. Quack mit C. Remenyi
Nachrichten aus der Chemie 61, 30 – 32 (2013)

359.    High resolution spectroscopy and first global analysis of the Tetradecad region of methane 12CH4,
A. Nikitin, V. Boudon, C. Wenger, S. Albert, L. Brown, S. Bauerecker, M. Quack,
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 10071 – 10093 (2013)

360.    Nuclear spin symmetry conservation and relaxation in water (1H216O) studied by Cavity Ring-Down (CRD) spectroscopy of supersonic jets
C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack, D. Schmidiger,
J. Phys. Chem. A 117, 10105–10118 (2013)

361.    Global Analytical Potential Energy Surface for the Electronic Ground State of NH3 from High Level ab Initio Calculations
R. Marquardt, K. Sagui, J. Zheng, W. Thiel, D. Luckhaus, S. Yurchenko, F. Mariotti, M. Quack
J. Phys. Chem. A 117, 7502–7522 (2013)

362.    Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics: A Survey
R. Marquardt, M. Quack
in “Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering”, Online reference Database Elsevier (2013), CMSE:5402, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-409547-2.05402-0

a) Error and Discovery: Why Repeating can be New
M. Quack
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 52, 9362-9370 (2013),

b) Irrtum und Erkenntnis: Wenn Wiederholen neu ist
M. Quack
Angew. Chem. 125, 9530-9538 (2013)

363.    Synchrotron based rotationally resolved high resolution FTIR spectroscopy of azulene and the unidentified infrared bands of astronomy
S. Albert, P. Lerch and M. Quack
ChemPhysChem. 14, 3204–3208 (2013)

364.    Methane line parameters in the HITRAN2012 database
L. R. Brown, K. Sung, D. C. Benner, V. M. Devi, V. Boudon, T. Gabard, C. Wenger, A. Campargue, O. Leshchishina, S. Kassi, D. Mondelain, L. Wang, L. Daumont, L. Régalia, M. Rey, X. Thomas, V. G. Tyuterev, O. M. Lyulin, A. V. Nikitin, H. M. Niederer, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, M. Quack, J. J. O’Brien, I. E. Gordon, L. S. Rothman, H. Sasada, A. Coustenis, M. A. H. Smith, T. Carrington Jr, X. G. Wang, A. W. Mantz, P. T. Spickler
J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer 130, 201–219 (2013)

365.    Analysis of the rovibrational spectrum of 13CH4 in the Octad range
H.-M. Niederer, X.-G. Wang, T. Carrington Jr, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, V. Boudon, M. Quack
J. Mol. Spectrosc. 291, 33–47 (2013)

                                                   2014 
 

366.    Höchstauflösende FTIR-Spektroskopie. Trendbericht Physikalische Chemie
S. Albert and M. Quack
Nachrichten aus der Chemie 62, 313–318 (2014)

367.    Synchrotron based FTIR spectroscopy of the chiral molecules CDBrClF and CHBrIF
S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, K. Keppler, Ph. Lerch and M. Quack
in "Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2014 (SASP 2014), Obergurgl, Austria, 8 to 14 February 2014", 152–155 (2014)

368.    Two Photon IR-Laser Induced Population Transfer in NH3 – First Steps to Measure Parity Violation in Chiral Molecules
P. Dietiker, E. Milogyadov, M. Quack, A. Schneider, G. Seyfang
in "Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2014 (SASP 2014), Obergurgl, Austria, 8 to 14 February 2014", 226–229 (2014)

369.    Highest resolution FTIR spectroscopy of indene (C9H8) with synchrotron radiation
S. Albert, Ph. Lerch, M. Quack and A. Wokaun
in "Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2014 (SASP 2014), Obergurgl, Austria, 8 to 14 February 2014", 240–243 (2014)

370.    The infrared spectrum of methane up to 12000 cm-1
O. N. Ulenikov, E. S. Bekhtereva, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, H.-M. Niederer, and M. Quack
in "Proceedings of the 19th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2014 (SASP 2014), Obergurgl, Austria, 8 to 14 February 2014", 244–247 (2014)

371.    On the "Expanded Local Mode" Approach Applied to the Methane Molecule: Isotopic Substitution CH3D ← CH4 and CHD3 ← CH4
O. N. Ulenikov, E. S. Bekhtereva, A. L. Fomchenko, A. G. Litvinovskaya, C. Leroy, and M. Quack
Mol. Phys. 112, 2529–2556 (2014)

372.    The Concept of Law and Models in Chemistry
M. Quack
European Review 22 (Supplement S1), S50–S86 (2014), doi:10.1017/S106279871300077X

373.    On the Emergence of Simple Structures in Complex Phenomena: Concepts and Some Numerical Examples
M. Quack
Adv. Chem. Phys. 157, 97–116 (2014)

374.    On Biomolecular Homochirality as a Quasi-Fossil of the Evolution of Life
M. Quack
Adv. Chem. Phys. 157, 249–290 (2014)

375.    Myths, Challenges, Risks and Opportunities in Evaluating and Supporting Scientific Research
M. Quack
in "Incentives and performance: Governance of research organizations" (2014), pages 223–239, I. M. Welpe, J. Wollersheim, S. Ringelhan, and M. Osterloh, M. (Eds.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, Heidelberg, New York, ISBN 978-3-319-09784-8

376.    Survey of the High Resolution Infrared Spectrum of Methane (12CH4 and 13CH4): Partial Vibrational Assignment Extended Towards 12000 cm-1
O. N. Ulenikov, E. S. Bekhtereva, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, H. M. Niederer, and M. Quack
J. Chem. Phys. 141, 234302 (2014)

377.    Walter Thiel zum 65. Geburtstag
M. Bühl and M. Quack
Bunsen-Magazin 16, 46–47 (2014)

378.    Joachim Sauer zum 65. Geburtstag
M. Sierka and M. Quack
Bunsen Magazin 16, 152–154 (2014)

                                                   2015 
 

379.    Fixierte Konstanten: Zur Definition des Mols (mol), der Masseneinheit (kg) und zur Avogadroschen Konstanten NA
J. Stohner, M. Quack
Nachrichten aus der Chemie 63, 515–521 (2015)

380.    Computation of Molecular Parity Violation Using the Coupled Cluster Linear Response Approach
L. Horný, M. Quack
Mol. Phys. 113, 1768–1779 (2015)

381.    High-resolution rovibrational spectroscopy of fluorobenzene, C6H5F: analysis of the B1 fundamentals ν4, ν10b, ν17b, the B2 fundamental ν15 and assignment of the A1 levels ν12, 2ν16a and 2ν18b
S. Albert, K. Keppler, M. Quack
Mol. Phys 113, 2267–2289 (2015)

382.    Line shape of amplitude or frequency-modulated spectral profiles including resonator distortions
M. Suter, M. Quack
Applied Optics 54, 4417–4421 (2015)

383.    Synchrotron based highest resolution FTIR spectroscopy of chlorobenzene
S. Albert, K. Keppler, P. Lerch, M. Quack, A. Wokaun
J. Mol. Spectrosc. 315, 92–101 (2015)

384.    Investigation of the ν2+2ν3 subband in the overtone icosad of 13CH4 by pulsed supersonic jet and diode laser cavity ring-down spectroscopy: partial rovibrational analysis and nuclear spin symmetry conservation
Z. Bjelobrk, C. Manca Tanner, M. Quack
Z. Phys. Chem. 229, 1575–1607 (2015)

385.    Leitartikel "Über Preise der Bunsen-Gesellschaft und Weiteres"
M. Quack
Bunsen-Magazin 17, 165–166 (2015)

386.    Tunneling and Parity Violation in Trisulfane (HSSSH): An Almost Ideal Molecule for Detecting Parity Violation in Chiral Molecules
C. Fábri, L. Horný, M. Quack
ChemPhysChem 16, 3584–3589 (2015)

387.    Wavepacket Dynamics of the Axially Chiral Molecule Cl-O-O-Cl under Coherent Radiative Excitation and Including Parity Violation
R. Prentner, M. Quack, J. Stohner, M. Willeke
J. Phys. Chem. A 119, 12805–12822 (2015), doi: 10.1021/acs.jpca.5b08958

388.    Über Autonomie und Freiheit der Wissenschaft: Mythen, Risiken und Chancen bei der Evaluation und Förderung der naturwissenschaftlichen Grundlagenforschung
(Schriftliche Fassung des Vortrages als Beitrag zur Debatte: "Autonomie der Wissenschaft?", Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin, 28. November 2014)
M. Quack
Debatte BBAW, Heft 14, S. 21–41 (2015), Hrsg: Präsident der BBAW, ISBN: 978-3-939818-62-5

389.    Infrared laser induced population transfer and parity selection in 14NH3: A proof of principle experiment towards detecting parity violation in chiral molecules
P. Dietiker, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, A. Schneider, G. Seyfang
J. Chem.Phys. 143, 244305-1–244305-23 (2015)

                                                   2016 
 

390.    Wie kommt das Neue in die Naturwissenschaft?
(Schriftliche Fassung des Vortrages als Beitrag zur Debatte: "Zuviel Mainstream oder: Wie kommt das Neue in die Wissenschaft?" Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin 15. Juni 2015)
M. Quack
Debatte BBAW, Heft 15, Hrsg: Präsident der BBAW, Heft 15 (2016), 29 - 58, ISBN: 978-3-939818-63-2

391.    Molecules and Clusters in Motion: Looking Back and Looking Forward, SASP and Beyond
M. Quack
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 22 - 26 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

392.    Intramolecular Vibrational Energy Redistribution in Cyano-Acetylene (HCCCN)
A. Kushnarenko, E. Miloglyadov, M. Quack, G. Seyfang
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 109 - 113 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

393.    High resolution GHz and THz (FTIR) spectroscopy and theory of parity violation and tunneling for 1,2-dithiine (C4H4S2) as a candidate for measuring the parity violating energy differences between enantiomers of chiral molecules
S. Albert, I. Bolotova, Z. Chen, C. Fábri, L. Horný, M. Quack, G. Seyfang and D. Zindel
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys (PCCP), 18, 21976–21993 (2016)

394.    High resolution GHz and THz (FTIR) spectroscopy and theory of parity violation and tunneling for 1,2-dithiine (C4H4S2) as a candidate for measuring the parity violating energy differences between enantiomers of chiral molecules
S. Albert, I. Bolotova, Z. Chen, C. Fábri, L. Horný, M. Quack, G. Seyfang and D. Zindel
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 127 - 130 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

395.    Synchrotron-based THz Spectroscopy at the Swiss Light Source
S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, I. Bolotova, Ph. Lerch, M. Quack and A. Wokaun
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 157 - 160 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

396.    GHz and synchrotron-based THz spectroscopy of mono deuterated oxirane (c-CH2OCHD)
S. Albert, Z. Chen, Ph. Lerch, K. Keppler, M. Quack, V. Schurig and O. Trapp
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 161 - 164 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

397.    THz Spectroscopy of cyano-oxirane (c-C2H3OCN) and methyl oxirane (c-C2H3OCH3) with synchrotron light
S. Albert, Ph. Lerch, K. Keppler, M. Quack
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 165 - 168 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

398.    Tunneling dynamics of aniline studied by synchrotron-based high resolution THz spectroscopy
S. Albert, Ph. Lerch, and M. Quack
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 169 - 172 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

399.    Synchrotron-based THz and FTIR spectroscopy of collisionally cooled NF3
I. Bolotova, O. Ulenikov, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, Ph. Lerch, M. Quack, T. Peter and A. Wokaun
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 173 - 176 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

400.    High resolution analysis of the FTIR spectra and quantum dynamics of CHF3
I. Bolotova, O. Ulenikov, E. Bekhtereva, S. Albert, S. Bauerecker, H. Hollenstein, and M. Quack
Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Atomic, Cluster and Surface Physics 2016 (SASP 2016), Davos, Switzerland, 7 to 12 February 2016, pages 177 - 181 (J. Stohner and Ch. Yeretzian eds., Innsbruck University Press (IUP), Innsbruck, 2016)

401.    Die Spiegelsymmetrie des Raumes und die Chiralität in Chemie, Physik, und in der biologischen Evolution
M. Quack
Nova Acta Leopoldina NF, 127, 33 (2015) (full paper in press 2016)

402.    Synchrotron-Based Highest Resolution Terahertz Spectroscopy of the ν24 Band System of 1,2-Dithiine (C4H4S2): A Candidate for Measuring the Parity Violating Energy Difference between Enantiomers of Chiral Molecules
S. Albert, F. Arn, I. Bolotova, Z. Chen, C. Fábri, G. Grassi, P. Lerch, M. Quack, G. Seyfang, A. Wokaun, D. Zindel,
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 7, 3847-3853 (2016)

403.    Chlorine peroxide (Cl2O2) and its isomers: structures, spectroscopy, formation and thermochemistry
L. Horný, M. Quack, H. F. Schaefer, M. Willeke,
Mol. Phys. 114, 1135-1147 (2016)

404.   A Combined Gigahertz and Terahertz (FTIR) Spectroscopic Investigation of Meta-D-phenol: Observation of Tunneling Switching
S. Albert, Z. Chen, C. Fábri, Ph. Lerch, R. Prentner, and M. Quack,
Mol. Phys. 114, 2751-2768 (2016)

405.    Eingriffe in der Evaluation und Förderung der naturwissenschaftlichen Grundlagenforschung
M. Quack
VSH Bulletin (Vereinigung der schweizerischen Hochschuldozierenden ISSN 1663-9898) (2016)

                                                   2017 
 

        


 
Comments  and suggestions to:
Csaba Fábri
ETH Zürich, Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie
ETH Hönggerberg, HCI, CH-8093 Zürich
 
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