2004 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the development of important experimental techniques for studying chargedparticle interactions with molecular neutrals and ions, and seminal contributions in understanding the synthesis of molecules in the interstellar medium
Nigel G. Adams mostly deals with Ion, Atomic physics, Analytical chemistry, Molecule and Afterglow. His work carried out in the field of Ion brings together such families of science as Chemical reaction and Hydrocarbon. His work on Excited state as part of general Atomic physics study is frequently connected to Interstellar cloud, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Nigel G. Adams has included themes like Range, Reaction rate constant, Atmospheric temperature range and Hypervalent molecule in his Analytical chemistry study. His Molecule research integrates issues from Chemical kinetics, Ion flow and Proton. His study looks at the relationship between Chemical kinetics and topics such as Deuterium, which overlap with Enthalpy, Thermochemistry and Rotational energy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ion, Atomic physics, Molecule, Analytical chemistry and Afterglow. His studies deal with areas such as Photochemistry, Electron and Physical chemistry as well as Ion. His Electron research incorporates themes from Molecular physics and Atmospheric temperature range.
His work investigates the relationship between Atomic physics and topics such as Plasma that intersect with problems in Ionization. His Molecule study incorporates themes from Ionic bonding, Fragmentation, Stereochemistry and Reactivity. His work deals with themes such as Range, Proton affinity, Helium, Inorganic compound and Ion flow, which intersect with Analytical chemistry.
Nigel G. Adams mainly investigates Ion, Dissociative recombination, Photochemistry, Electron and Afterglow. His Ion research incorporates elements of Analytical chemistry, Molecule and Physical chemistry. His studies in Photochemistry integrate themes in fields like Chemical reaction, Benzene and Lone pair.
His research in Electron intersects with topics in Chemical physics and Atmospheric temperature range. Nigel G. Adams integrates many fields, such as Afterglow and engineering, in his works. His Atomic physics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Plasma.
His main research concerns Ion, Dissociative recombination, Electron, Analytical chemistry and Afterglow. His Ion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry, Methyl formate and Amine gas treating. Nigel G. Adams has researched Analytical chemistry in several fields, including Hypervalent molecule and Ion beam.
He combines subjects such as Molecule, Plasma and Quadrupole mass analyzer with his study of Ionization. Nigel G. Adams works mostly in the field of Molecule, limiting it down to topics relating to Pyridine and, in certain cases, Photochemistry, as a part of the same area of interest. His Atmospheric temperature range research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Langmuir probe and Physical chemistry.
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The selected ion flow tube (SIFT); A technique for studying ion-neutral reactions
N.G. Adams;D. Smith.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics (1976)
Advances in Gas Phase Ion Chemistry
N. G. Adams;Lucia M. Babcock.
The Selected Ion Flow Tube (Sift): Studies of Ion-Neutral Reactions
D. Smith;N.G. Adams.
Advances in atomic and molecular physics (1988)
Attachment coefficients for the reactions of electrons with CCl4, CCl3F, CCl2F2, CHCl3, Cl2 and SF6 determined between 200 and 600 K using the FALP technique
D Smith;N G Adams;E Alge.
Journal of Physics B (1984)
Product-ion distributions for some ion-molecule reactions
N G Adams;D Smith.
Journal of Physics B (1976)
Measurement of the rates of reaction of the ground and metastable excited states of O2+, NO+ and O+ with atmospheric gases at thermal energy
J Glosik;A B Rakshit;N D Twiddy;N G Adams.
Journal of Physics B (1978)
Measurements of the dissociative recombination coefficients of O2+, NO+ and NH4+ in the temperature range 200-600K
E Alge;N G Adams;D Smith.
Journal of Physics B (1983)
An experimental survey of the reactions of NHn+ ions (n = 0 to 4) with several diatomic and polyatomic molecules at 300 K
Nigel G. Adams;David Smith;John F. Paulson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1980)
Measurements of dissociative recombination coefficients of H+3, HCO+, N2H+, and CH+5 at 95 and 300 K using the FALP apparatus
N. G. Adams;D. Smith;Erich Alge.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1984)
Temperature dependence of rate coefficients for reactions of ions with dipolar molecules
D.C. Clary;D. Smith;N.G. Adams.
Chemical Physics Letters (1985)
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