1988 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of study are Chemical shift, Electromagnetic shielding, Atomic physics, Molecule and Nuclear magnetic resonance. Her Chemical shift study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Xenon, Paramagnetism and Intermolecular force. Her work carried out in the field of Electromagnetic shielding brings together such families of science as Inorganic compound, Molecular beam and Rotational–vibrational spectroscopy.
Her Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atom, Electron, Homonuclear molecule and Fluorine. Her research integrates issues of Ion, Molecular physics, Computational chemistry and Acetylene in her study of Molecule. The Nuclear magnetic resonance study which covers Amagat that intersects with Atmospheric temperature range and Linear density.
Her main research concerns Atomic physics, Electromagnetic shielding, Chemical shift, Molecule and Intermolecular force. Particularly relevant to Xenon is her body of work in Atomic physics. Her research in Electromagnetic shielding intersects with topics in Molecular physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Rotational–vibrational spectroscopy and Tensor.
Her studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, NMR spectra database and Analytical chemistry as well as Chemical shift. The various areas that Cynthia J. Jameson examines in her Molecule study include Computational chemistry, Anharmonicity and Enantiomer. Her Intermolecular force research includes elements of Ab initio, Intramolecular force and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods.
Her primary areas of study are Molecular dynamics, Chemical shift, Electromagnetic shielding, Atomic physics and Computational chemistry. Her Molecular dynamics research integrates issues from Chemical physics, Lipid bilayer, Solvent, Molecule and Enantiomer. Her Molecule study incorporates themes from Solvent effects and Carbon nanotube.
Cynthia J. Jameson has included themes like Thermodynamics, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Coupling constant and Intermolecular force in her Chemical shift study. Her Electromagnetic shielding research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Xenon and Computational physics. Her Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Helix, Diastereomer, Ab initio, Chirality and Density functional theory.
Electromagnetic shielding, Chemical shift, Molecular dynamics, Nanotechnology and Computational chemistry are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Electromagnetic shielding study are interwoven with issues in Atomic physics and Intermolecular force. Her research investigates the link between Atomic physics and topics such as Density functional theory that cross with problems in Functional methods.
Her work deals with themes such as Cryptophane, Theoretical physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, which intersect with Chemical shift. Her Computational chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Xenon, Atom, Dipeptide, Peptide and Electron. Her Xenon research includes themes of Chemical physics and Crystallization.
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Gas-phase 13C chemical shifts in the zero-pressure limit: refinements to the absolute shielding scale for 13C
A.Keith Jameson;Cynthia J. Jameson.
Chemical Physics Letters (1987)
Calculation of Chemical Shifts. I. General Formulation and the Z Dependence
Cynthia Juan Jameson;H. S. Gutowsky.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1964)
Density Dependence of 129 Xe Chemical Shifts in Mixtures of Xenon and Other Gases
A. Keith Jameson;Cynthia J. Jameson;H. S. Gutowsky.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1970)
15N nuclear magnetic shielding scale from gas phase studies
Cynthia J. Jameson;A. Keith Jameson;D. Oppusunggu;S. Wille.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1980)
Temperature and density dependence of 129Xe chemical shift in xenon gas
Cynthia J. Jameson;A. Keith Jameson;Sheila M. Cohen.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1973)
Absolute shielding scale for 31P from gas-phase NMR studies
Cynthia J. Jameson;Angel De Dios;A. Keith Jameson.
Chemical Physics Letters (1990)
Gas-phase NMR spectroscopy
Cynthia J. Jameson.
Chemical Reviews (1991)
Theoretical Aspects of Isotope Effects on Nuclear Shielding
Cynthia J. Jameson;H. Jörg Osten.
Annual reports on NMR spectroscopy (1986)
The isotope shift in NMR
Cynthia J. Jameson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1977)
Nuclear spin relaxation by intermolecular magnetic dipole coupling in the gas phase. 129Xe in oxygen
Cynthia J. Jameson;A. Keith Jameson;Joseph K. Hwang.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1988)
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