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Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Chemistry D-index 64 Citations 10,535 211 World Ranking 5242 National Ranking 1715

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Hydrogen
  • Molecule
  • Quantum mechanics

Marilyn E. Jacox mainly investigates Photodissociation, Infrared, Infrared spectroscopy, Matrix isolation and Photochemistry. Her Photodissociation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Matrix, Singlet state, Ultraviolet and Activation energy. Marilyn E. Jacox has included themes like Physical chemistry, Carbon monoxide and Argon, Analytical chemistry in her Infrared study.

Her Infrared spectroscopy research incorporates themes from Molecule and Neon. Her research in Matrix isolation intersects with topics in Inorganic chemistry, Valence, Excited state, Absorption spectroscopy and Cyanogen. Her Photochemistry research includes themes of Spectroscopy, Radical and Molecular electronic transition.

Her most cited work include:

  • Spectroscopic Study of the Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Photolysis of Matrix‐Isolated HCN and Halogen Cyanides. Infrared Spectra of the Species CN and XNC (182 citations)
  • Infrared and Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Study of the Products of the Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Photolysis of Methane in Ar and N2 Matrices. The Infrared Spectrum of the Free Radical CH3 (170 citations)
  • Matrix‐Isolation Study of the Infrared and Ultraviolet Spectra of the Free Radical HCO. The Hydrocarbon Flame Bands (146 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Marilyn E. Jacox spends much of her time researching Infrared, Neon, Infrared spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry and Matrix isolation. Marilyn E. Jacox interconnects Photodissociation, Photochemistry, Molecule, Absorption and Argon in the investigation of issues within Infrared. The Neon study which covers Excited state that intersects with Kinetic isotope effect.

As a member of one scientific family, Marilyn E. Jacox mostly works in the field of Infrared spectroscopy, focusing on Photoionization and, on occasion, Penning ionization. Her Analytical chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deuterium, Spectral line, Molecular electronic transition, Chemical bond and Irradiation. Her Matrix isolation study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Matrix, Ionic bonding, Molecular physics and Absorption spectroscopy.

She most often published in these fields:

  • Infrared (58.22%)
  • Neon (46.22%)
  • Infrared spectroscopy (44.00%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2001-2013)?

  • Neon (46.22%)
  • Infrared spectroscopy (44.00%)
  • Infrared (58.22%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Marilyn E. Jacox mainly focuses on Neon, Infrared spectroscopy, Infrared, Analytical chemistry and Atomic physics. Marilyn E. Jacox has researched Neon in several fields, including Ion, Excited state, Optical engineering and Photochemistry. Her study in Infrared spectroscopy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Absorption, Molecular rotation, Ab initio and Irradiation.

Her Infrared research incorporates elements of Near-infrared spectroscopy, Physical chemistry, Atomic electron transition, Molecule and Density functional theory. Her work carried out in the field of Atomic electron transition brings together such families of science as Valence and Matrix isolation. In her research on the topic of Analytical chemistry, Radiation is strongly related with Photodissociation.

Between 2001 and 2013, her most popular works were:

  • The spectroscopy of molecular reaction intermediates trapped in the solid rare gases (127 citations)
  • Infrared Spectra of trans-HOCO, HCOOH+, and HCO2- Trapped in Solid Neon (52 citations)
  • The infrared spectroscopy and photochemistry of NO3 trapped in solid neon (38 citations)

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Best Publications

Spectroscopic Study of the Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Photolysis of Matrix‐Isolated HCN and Halogen Cyanides. Infrared Spectra of the Species CN and XNC

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1967)

292 Citations

Infrared and Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Study of the Products of the Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Photolysis of Methane in Ar and N2 Matrices. The Infrared Spectrum of the Free Radical CH3

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1967)

275 Citations

Infrared Spectrum and Structure of Intermediates in the Reaction of OH with CO

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1971)

238 Citations

Matrix‐Isolation Study of the Infrared and Ultraviolet Spectra of the Free Radical HCO. The Hydrocarbon Flame Bands

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1969)

237 Citations

Matrix‐Isolation Study of the Reaction of Atomic and Molecular Fluorine with Carbon Atoms. The Infrared Spectra of Normal and 13C‐Substituted CF2 and CF3

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1968)

224 Citations

The spectroscopy of molecular reaction intermediates trapped in the solid rare gases

Marilyn E. Jacox.
Chemical Society Reviews (2002)

214 Citations

INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC EVIDENCE FOR THE SPECIES HNC

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1963)

211 Citations

The à 2Π–X̃ 2Σ+ transition of HC2 isolated in solid argon

Marilyn E. Jacox;W. Bruce Olson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1987)

198 Citations

Vacuum‐Ultraviolet Photolysis of Acetylene in Inert Matrices. Spectroscopic Study of the Species C2

Dolphus E. Milligan;Marilyn E. Jacox;Luce Abouaf‐Marguin.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1967)

188 Citations

The Vibrational Energy Levels of Small Transient Molecules Isolated in Neon and Argon Matrices

Marilyn E. Jacox.
principles and practice of constraint programming (1994)

184 Citations

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