His primary scientific interests are in Reaction rate constant, Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry, Ion and Radical. Carleton J. Howard interconnects Gas-phase ion chemistry, Reaction rate, Arrhenius equation, Photochemistry and Ozone in the investigation of issues within Reaction rate constant. His research in Physical chemistry intersects with topics in Kinetic analysis and Chemical reaction kinetics.
Particularly relevant to Absorption spectroscopy is his body of work in Analytical chemistry. His work on Qualitative inorganic analysis as part of general Ion study is frequently linked to Afterglow and Materials science, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Torr expands to the thematically related Radical.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Analytical chemistry, Reaction rate constant, Physical chemistry, Radical and Nuclear magnetic resonance. In general Analytical chemistry study, his work on Infrared spectroscopy often relates to the realm of Materials science, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His studies in Reaction rate constant integrate themes in fields like Chemical kinetics, Atmospheric temperature range, Photochemistry, Torr and Ozone.
His Physical chemistry research incorporates themes from Absolute rate, Fluorescence and Reaction mechanism. His study looks at the intersection of Radical and topics like Molecule with Molecular physics. His work carried out in the field of Nuclear magnetic resonance brings together such families of science as Rotational spectroscopy, Fourier transform spectrometers, Fourier transform spectroscopy and Atomic physics.
Carleton J. Howard mainly focuses on Analytical chemistry, Radical, Mass spectrometry, Reaction rate constant and Environmental chemistry. His work on Absorption spectroscopy as part of general Analytical chemistry study is frequently linked to Materials science, bridging the gap between disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Atmospheric temperature range, Dissociation, Physical chemistry, Photochemistry and Alkyl in addition to Radical.
The various areas that Carleton J. Howard examines in his Reaction rate constant study include Molecule, Organic chemistry, Branching fraction and Reaction mechanism. Carleton J. Howard works mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Trace gas and, occasionally, Ion. The concepts of his Infrared study are interwoven with issues in Molecular physics and Infrared spectroscopy.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Radical, Ozone, Analytical chemistry and Mass spectrometry. Carleton J. Howard combines subjects such as Acetone, Methanol and Volatile organic compound with his study of Environmental chemistry. His Radical research incorporates elements of Reaction rate constant, Molecule, Dissociation and Photochemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Branching fraction and Physical chemistry. His work in the fields of Ozone layer, Ozone depletion and Atmospheric ozone overlaps with other areas such as Accommodation coefficient. Carleton J. Howard has researched Analytical chemistry in several fields, including Flow, Aqueous solution and Diffusion.
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Tables of rate constants extracted from chemical kinetics and photochemical data for use in stratospheric modeling. Evaluation number 7
W. B. Demore;J. J. Margitan;M. J. Molina;R. T. Watson.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (1985)
Kinetic measurements using flow tubes
Carleton J. Howard.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1979)
Do Hydrofluorocarbons Destroy Stratospheric Ozone
A. R. Ravishankara;Andrew A. Turnipseed;Niels R. Jensen;Stephen Barone.
Measurement of hydroxyl and hydroperoxy radical uptake coefficients on water and sulfuric acid surfaces
David R. Hanson;James B. Burkholder;Carleton J. Howard;A. R. Ravishankara.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1992)
Gas phase ion chemistry of HNO3
F. C. Fehsenfeld;Carleton J. Howard;A. L. Schmeltekopf.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1975)
Reactions of SF6- and I- with Atmospheric Trace Gases
L. Gregory Huey;David R. Hanson;Carleton J. Howard.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1995)
Temperature dependence of O(1D) rate constants for reactions with O2, N2, CO2, O3, and H2O
G. E. Streit;Carleton J. Howard;A. L. Schmeltekopf;J. A. Davidson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1976)
Absolute rate constant determinations for the deactivation of O(1D) by time resolved decay of O(1D) →O(3P) emission
J. A. Davidson;C. M. Sadowski;H. I. Schiff;G. E. Streit.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1976)
Ultraviolet absorption cross sections of chlorine oxide (Cl2O2) between 210 and 410 nm
James B. Burkholder;John J. Orlando;Carleton J. Howard.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1990)
Kinetics of the reaction of HO2 with NO
Carleton J. Howard;K. M. Evenson.
Geophysical Research Letters (1977)
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