DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 57. Laboratory Work Posters

Displayed, 1:00pm, Monday - 1:00pm, Friday,
Highlighted Thursday, 3:30-6:30pm, C101-C105, C211

57.01 IR Identification of Major Products in Laboratory Processed Ices Relevant to Triton and Pluto
M. H. Moore (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center), R. L. Hudson (Eckerd College), P A. Gerakines (UAB and NRC/NASA-GSFC)
57.02 IR Spectra of Isocyanic Acid (HNCO) and its Reaction Product with Ammonia: Possible Identification of the 4.6 and 6.8 Micron Absorption Features of Several Protostellar Objects
M.S. Lowenthal, R.K. Khanna (Univ. of Maryland, College Park), M.H. Moore (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
57.03 Revised Molecular Line Parameters of Ammonia
L. R. Brown, V. Nemtchinov (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), C. Cottaz, I. Kleiner, G. Tarrago (Laboratoire de Photophysique Moleculaire)
57.04 Measurements of the 10 Micron Bands of Ammonia at Planetary Atmospheric Temperatures
V. Nemtchinov (NASA-JPL), P. Varanasi (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
57.05 Experimental and theoretical, IR and UV, spectra of unsaturated organic molecules: implications for their detection and modeling in methane rich atmospheres.
Y. Benilan, F. Shindo, A. Jolly, V. Vuitton, M.-C. Gazeau (LISA, Universites Paris VII et XII, France), P. Chaquin (LCT, Universite Paris VI, France), J.-C. Guillemin (LCOB, ENSCR, France), F. Raulin (LISA, Universites Paris VII et XII, France)
57.06 Low temperature Mid-UV Experimental and synthetic molecular spectra for planetary atmospheres : C2H2, C2N2 and NH3
A. Jolly, Y. Benilan, F. Shindo, F. Raulin (LISA, Paris XII)
57.07 Oxidation of Organic Macromolecules on Mars
G. D. McDonald (JPL)
57.08 Low-Temperature V-T Rates for the Self-Relaxation of Methane from 300 to 90 K
B.P. Michael (NRC/NASA-GSFC), J.E. Allen, Jr. (NASA/GSFC)
57.09 A Dust Particle Accelerator for Laboratory Simulations of Cosmic Dust Impacts
H. L. K. Manning (Concordia College)
57.10 Low-Temperature Vapor-Pressure Measurements of Ethane
R.N. Nelson (GaSoU/NASA-GSFC), J.E. Allen, Jr. (NASA-GSFC)
57.11 Absorption Spectra and Absorption Coefficients for Methane in the 750-940 nm region obtained by Intracavity Laser Spectroscopy
J.J. O'Brien, H. Cao (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
57.12 Improved Ground State Constants for Molecular Hydrogen
M.E. Mickelson, E.S. Tan (Denison University)
57.13 Cross Sections for Planetary Escape
C. Tully, M. Liu, R.E. Johnson (University of Virginia), V. Shematovich (Institute of Astronomy, Moscow)
57.14 High Resolution UV SO2 Absorption Cross Sections and VUV N2 Oscillator Strengths for Planetary Atmospheres Studies
P. L. Smith (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA and CURSOAR), G. Stark (Physics Department, Wellesley College), J. Rufus (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
57.15 Laboratory Reflectance Spectra in the Middle-infrared: Effects of Grain Size on Spectral Features
A. Le Bras (Observatoire de Paris / IAS), S. Erard (IAS), M. Fulchignoni (Observatoire de Paris)
57.16 Laboratory measurements of the microwave opacity of phosphine: Opacity formalism and applications to the atmospheres of the outer planets
J. P. Hoffman, P. G. Steffes (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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