Publication List

1971-1980

  1. J. B. Anderson, A Chemical Reactor Laboratory:  I. Stability of Reaction Systems, Chem. Eng. Education 4, 78-81 (1971).

  2. R. L. Jaffe and J. B. Anderson, Classical Trajectory Analysis of the Reaction F + H2® HF + H, J. Chem. Phys. 54, 2224-2236 (1971).






Distributions of energy among reaction products for thermal reaction at 300ēK. (c) H2 in thermal equilibrium of states. The distributions are normalized to a maximum of unity. Relative probablities are indicated by shading: 0.5-1.0, solid; 0.2-0.5, double cross-hatched; 0.01-0.2, single cross-hatching. Approximate translational energies (kcal) are indicated by dashed diagonal lines. Polanyi and Tardy's experimental results are shown in (c) by the solids contours representing rate constatns of 0.01 and 0.16 relative by k(v`=2)=1.

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  1. J. B. Anderson, A Chemical Reactor Laboratory:  II. Diffusion and Reaction in Catalyst Pellets, Chem. Eng. Education 5, 130-133 (1971).

  2. J. B. Anderson, Inviscid Free Jet Flow with Low Specific Heat Ratios, AIAA Journal 10, 112 (1972).

  3. J. B. Anderson, A Chemical Reactor Laboratory:  III. Biological Reactions - Kinetics of Yeast Growth, Chem. Eng. Education 6, 134 (1972).

  4. J. B. Anderson and R. T. V. Kung, Vibrational Population Inversion in Hydrogen Iodide from H + I2® HI + I, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 2477 (1973).

  5. J. B. Anderson, Statistical Theories of Chemical Reactions.  Distributions in the Transition Region, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 4684 (1973).

  6. R. L. Jaffe, J. M. Henry and J. B. Anderson, Variational Theory of Reaction Rates:  Application to F + H2Û HF + H, J. Chem. Phys. 59, 1128 (1973).

  7. J. M. Henry, R. L. Jaffe and J. B. Anderson, Molecular Dynamics of the Hydrogen - Iodine Reaction System, Chem. Phys. Lett. 20, 138 (1973).

  8. J. B. Anderson, Statistical Theories of Chemical Reactions.  Distributions in the Transition Region, J. Chem. Phys. 60, 2566 (1974).






Representative set of trajectories in the reaction zone for complete equilibrium.

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  1. J. B. Anderson, J. M. Henry and R. L. Jaffe, A Note on the Hydrogen-Iodine Reaction System, J. Chem. Phys. 60, 3725 (1974).

  2. R. T. V. Kung and J. B. Anderson, Phase Space Theory of Atomic Dissociation and Recombination Reactions:  H + H + H Û H2 + H, J. Chem. Phys. 60, 3731 (1974).

  3. J. B. Anderson, Molecular Beams from Nozzle Sources, a review for Gas Dynamics, Vol. 4 (P. P. Wegener, Ed.), 1-91, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1974.

  4. J. B. Anderson, Mechanism of the Bimolecular (?) Hydrogen-Iodine Reaction, J. Chem. Phys. 61, 3930 (1974).

  5. J. B. Anderson and P. Davidovits, Isotope Separation in Seeded Beams, Science 187, 642 (1975).






The velocity distribution of two isotopes.

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  1. J. B. Anderson, A Test of the Validity of the Combined Phase-Space/Trajectory Method, J. Chem. Phys. 62, 2446 (1975).






An analogy with the combined phase-space/trajectory method.

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  1. J. B. Anderson, Low Energy Particle Range, J. Chem. Phys. 63, 1504 (1975).

  2. J. B. Anderson, A Random-Walk Simulation of the Schrödinger Equation:  H3+, J. Chem. Phys. 63, 1499 (1975).






Evolution of electronic energy with time, 1000 particles, group A. Points within time intervals of 0.010 a.u. not shown.

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  1. R. Campargue, J. B. Anderson, J. B. Fenn, B. B. Hamel, E. P. Muntz and J. R. White, On Aerodynamic Separation Methods, Proceedings of the First Euorpean Nuclear Conference (Paris, 1975), Entropie 13, 11-13 (1976).

  2. C. E. Kolb, M. Camac, R. Subbarao, J. B. Anderson, and J. B. Fenn, Experimental Studies of the Collisional Excitation of Infrared Active Vibrational Stretch Modes in Carbon Dioxide and Water with an Intersection Hyperthermal Molecular Beam Apparatus, U.S.N.T.I.S. AD/A Rep. 6327/GA (1975).

  3. R. L. Jaffe, J. M. Henry and J. B. Anderson, Molecular Dynamics of the Hydrogen Iodide and Hydrogen-Iodine Exchange Reactions, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 98, 1140-1155 (1976).

  4. J. B. Anderson, Quantum Chemistry by Random Walk: H 2P, H3+ D3h1A1, H23åu+ Be 1S, J. Chem. Phys. 65, 4121-4127 (1976).






Node locations in calculations of James, Coolidge, and Present for H23S+u. The protons are indicated by open circles, the first electron by a filled circle and the node by a dashed line. The sign of the wavefunction is indicated according to the position of the second electron. Calculations F: (a)-(d). Calculations H: (e)-(h).

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  1. P. Raghuraman, P. Davidovits, and J. B. Anderson, The Effect of Collisions with a Background Gas on the Velocity Slip Isotope Separation Process, Nuclear Instruments and Methods 139, 115-118 (1976).

  2. J. B. Anderson and R. G. Burman, Monte Carlo Simulation of Isotope Separation at Probes, in Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Tenth Symposium, Aspen, 1976), Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, Vol. 51, 49-63, AIAA, New York, 1977.

  3. P. Raghuraman, P. Davidovits, and J. B. Anderson, Isotope Separation by the Velocity-Slip Process, in Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Tenth Symposium, Aspen, 1976), Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, Vol. 51, 79-92, AIAA, New York, 1977.

  4. W. R. Sanders and J. B. Anderson, Collisional Alignment of Molecular Rotation, Chem. Phys. Lett. 47, 283-285 (1977).

  5. J. B. Anderson, Isotope Separation Process, U. S. Patent 4,097,247 (1978).

  6. J. B. Anderson, Quantum Chemistry by Random Walk:  H4 Square, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 15, 109-120 (1979).

  7. R. J. Cattolica, R. J. Gallagher, J. B. Anderson and L. Talbot, Aerodynamic Separation of Gases by Velocity Slip in Freejet Expansions, AIAA Journal 17, 344-355 (1979).

  8. J. B. Anderson and B. H. Freihaut, Quantum Chemistry by Random Walk:  Method of Successive Corrections, J. Comp. Phys. 31, 425-437 (1979).

  9. J. B. Anderson, Process for Separating Gas Mixtures,Especially Isotopes, U. S. Patent 4,141,699 (1979).

  10. R. J. Gallagher and J. B. Anderson, Isotope Separation in Crossed-Jet Systems, in Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Eleventh Symposium, Cannes, 1978), 629-637, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Paris, 1979.

  11. J. B. Anderson, Quantum Chemistry by Random Walk: Higher Accuracy, J. Chem. Phys. 73, 3897-3899 (1980).

  12. J. B. Anderson, The Reaction F + H2® HF + H,Advances in Chemical Physics 41, 229-268 (1980).

  13. J. B. Anderson, Isotope Separation in Crossed Jet Systems, AIChE Symposium Series, Vol. 76, No. 92, 89-92, AIChE, New York, 1980.

  14. L. E. Anderson, M. J. Hansen and J. B. Anderson, Light-Dark Modulation of Phosphoglucomutase Activity in Pea Leaf Chloroplasts, Plant Physiol. 63, 52 (1980).

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