Paul Traps, Fullerenes, and Electron Diffraction

Douglas Cameron
Joel Parks
The Rowland Institute for Science

"The first experiment to perform electron diffraction on trapped molecules."

Slide Presentation (start here)
with links to available software

 
  1. Paul Traps, Fullerenes, and Electron Diffraction (start here)
  2. Completed Work
  3. Paul Trap Design
  4. Paul Trap Electronics
  5. Mathieu Equations
  6. Trap Phase Diagram
  7. Li C60 Chemistry
  8. Selected Li C60 Chemistry
  9. Reaction Rates
  10. 10,000 ions?
  11. Trapping Multiple Charge Species
  12. Ion Molecule Reactions
  13. Ion Molecule Rxn Example
  14. Rxn Curves
  15. Multiple Charge Rxn Curves
  16. Fragment Rxn Curves
  17. Multiple Charge Comparison
  18. Relative Rates
  19. Langevin, Ion molecule collision
  20. C60 Surface Charge Models
  21. Multiple Charge Comparison
  22. Multiple Charge and Fragment Summary
  23. Jahn-Teller Distortions
  24. Ag Cluster Photodissociation Experiment
  25. Ag Cluster Photodissociation Mass Spectra
  26. Silver Cluster IP’s
  27. Ag8 Potential Energy Surface
  28. Ag21 Potential Energy Surface
  29. GPED in a Paul Trap
  30. GPED in a Paul Trap
  31. Electron Diffraction 101
  32. Electron Diffraction Equations
  33. C60 GPED Simulation
  34. GPED Experimental Design
  35. Experimental Test/Design
  36. Beam Profile
  37. Single e-
  38. Maltese Cross, Scattering
  39. First E-Beam
  40. Finding Center: an example algorithm
  41. Pd Diffraction from Electron Microscope
  42. Diffraction Image Transformation
  43. Pd Diffraction from Thin Film
  44. Pd Difffraction vs Bragg Planes
  45. Thin Film Diffraction in Current Experiment
  46. Pd 90Angstrom in new chamber
  47. FCC GPED Simulation
  48. Thin Film Diffraction Simulation
  49. Thin Film Diffraction Simulation with Bragg Planes
  50. Signal to Noise Issue
  51. Signal Intensity
  52. Signal Quality
  53. Summary
  54. The Rowland Cluster Laboratory
  55. Many Thanks to...
  56. Visualization

 

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Diffracted electrons