DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 56. Laboratory Studies Posters

Displayed, 9:00am Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday, Highlighted, Saturday,
December 1, 2001, 2:00-2:30pm, French Market Exhibit Hall

56.01 Infrared Spectra of Organic Molecules : Extrapolation to low temperature conditions.
A. Jolly, Y. Benilan, F. Shindo, F. Raulin (LISA, UniversitÚs Paris XII, 94010 Creteil Cedex, France)
56.02 EUV-UV Photon-Induced Chemical Reactions in Mixed Ices System at 10 K
R. Wu (University of Southern California, USA), D. Judge (University of Southern California), B. Cheng (Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan), W. Shih, T. Yih, W. Ip (National Central University, Taiwan), USC Team, SRRC Team, NCU Team
56.03 Preliminary Laboratory Measurements of the Millimeter Wavelength Properties of Phosphine (PH3) Under Simulated Outer Planet Conditions
P.N. Mohammed, P.G. Steffes (Georgia Inst. of Tech.)
56.04 Measurements of Photoabsorpton Cross Sections and their Temperature Dependence for CO2 in the 170nm to 200nm Region
W.H. Parkinson, K. Yoshino (CfA)
56.05 Cooled Multi-pass Cells for Visible and Infrared Spectroscopy
M.E. Mickelson (Denison University), D.W. Steyert (NRC, NASA/GSFC), J.M. Sirota (JCET UMBC), D.C. Reuter (NASA/GSFC)
56.06 Line Intensities of the Phosphine Dyad at 10 microns
I. Kleiner, C. Cottaz (Laboratoire de Photophysique Moleculaire Universite Paris Sud,), R. L. Sams (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), L. R. Brown (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), LPP Molecular Spectroscopy Collaboration, PNNL Molecular Spectroscopy Collaboration, JPL Molecular Spectroscopy Collaboration
56.07 High resolution photoabsorption cross section measurements of SO2 at 295 K between 220 and 328 nm
P.L. Smith, J. Rufus (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), G. Stark (Dept. of Physics, Wellesley College), A.P. Thorne, J.C. Pickering (Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, London)
56.08 Vacuum ultraviolet molecular nitrogen photoabsorption cross sections for planetary atmospheric transmission models
G. Stark (Physics Department, Wellesley College), P. L. Smith, K. Yoshino, J. Rufus (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), K. P. Huber (Steacie Inst. Molecular Sciences, NRC Canada)
56.09 Laboratory studies of ion irradiation effects on the porosity of amorphous water ice
M. Fama, D.M. Pugh, B.D. Teolis, R.A. Baragiola (University of Virginia)
56.10 A Dust Particle Accelerator for Laboratory Simulations of Cosmic Dust Impacts
H. L. K. Manning (Concordia College, Moorhead Minnesota)
56.11 10,000 laboratory line intensities of methane in the near-infrared
L. R. Brown (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), M. Dulick (National Solar Observatory), V. M. Devi (College of William and Mary)
56.12 Simulation of the processing of icy interstellar grains in interstellar clouds: UV photolysis of a laboratory model
P. A. Gerakines, K. Harman, E. Saperstein, K. M. Arnoult, T. J. Wdowiak (Astro- and Solar-System Physics Program, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham)
56.13 Coherent Backscattering from Regolith-type Particulate Samples
S. Kaasalainen, J. Piironen, K. Muinonen (Observatory, University of Helsinki), H. Kartunen (Tuorla Observatory), J. Peltoniemi (Finnish Geodetic Institute)
56.14 Assessment of Model Predictions for the Relaxation of Methane by Nitrogen
B.P. Michael (CUA and NASA/GSFC), J.E. Allen, Jr. (NASA/GSFC)

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