Our artwork appears on the cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics for the July 28, 2010 issue in which our article on the nature of the second-harmonic response from conjugated polymer films appears.
Ken Jordan and Mark Johnson's perspective (Science 329, 42 (2010)) on our work describing the non-cavity nature of the hydrated electron. This work was also cited as a "Research Highlight" in Nature Chemistry.
Our paper describing our new method for performing CI calculations of electronic structure in condensed-phase systems is one of the top-20 most downloaded papers from the Journal of Chemical Physics for the month of April 2010.
Our artwork appears on the cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics for the April 14, 2010 issue in which our articles on new electronic structure methods for condensed phase quantum simulations and the electronic structure of sodium anions in liquid THF appear.
Chemical and Engineering News highlights
our paper on
the breakdown of linear response in solvation dynamics: "Solvation
Observation: Experiment shows solvent molecules don't always obey
theory", C&EN, 86(39) p. 9. Our paper
was also discussed in a perspective
by Rich Stratt (Science, 321 1789 (2008)).
Science Watch identifies our paper on conjugated polymer film morphology as one of the 10 most-cited ("hot") papers in all of chemistry during the two-month periods 7/01-8/01 (#7), 9/01-10/01 (#8), and 11/01-12/01 (#3); the paper continued to show up in the top ten throughout 2002 and into 2003. As of 6/6/10, this paper (which was published in Jan. '00) has been cited over 450 times!
Our artwork appears on the cover of the Journal of Physical Chemistry B for the issue in which our Feature Article on electron transfer in the sodide system appears.
Photonics Spectra chooses to highlight our 3-pulse sodium anion experiments in their "Current Technology News" Section (H. Hogan, "Electrons receive an optical kick," Photonics Spectra, Nov. 2001 issue. A scanned version (> 1 MB) of the article, including the artwork, is available here.
The Editors of Science choose our collaborative NSOM work with the Saykally group on conjugated polymer films as a "literature highlight" (Science 292, 1451 (2001)--the citation for our article is at the very bottom)