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www.sklmr.dicp.ac.cn    Posted:2015-03-26    Column:Publications

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17.  Y. Li, J. Han, Y. Zhang, F. Cao, Z. Liu, S. Li, J. Wu, C. Hu, Y. Wang, J. Shuai, J. Chen, L. Cao, D. Li, P. Shi, C. Tian, J. Zhang, Y. Dou, G. Li, Y. Chen, M. Lei, Structural basis for activity regulation of MLL family methyltransferases, Nature, 530, 447-452 (2016).

16.  T. Yang, J. Chen, L. Huang, T. Wang, C. Xiao, Z. Sun, D. Dai, X. Yang, D. Zhang, Extremely Short-Lived Reaction Resonances in Cl + HD (V = 1)→DCl + H due to Chemical Bond Softening, Science, 347, 60-63 (2015).

15.  Lou Zhangrong, Li Peng, Han Keli, Redox-Responsive Fluorescent Probes with Different Design Strategies, Acc. Chem. Res., 48, 1358-1368 (2015).

14.  T. Wang, J. Chen, T. Yang, C. Xiao, Z. Sun1, L. Huang, D. Dai, X. Yang, D. Zhang, Dynamical Resonances Accessible Only by Reagent Vibrational Excitation in the F + HD → HF + D Reaction, Science, 342, 1499-1502 (2013).

13.  X. Yang, T. Minton, D. Zhang, Rethinking Chemical Reactions at Hyperthermal Energies, Science, 336, 1650-1651 (2012).

12.  C. Xiao, X. Xu, S. Liu, T. Wang, W. Dong, T. Yang, Z. Sun, D. Dai, X. Xu, D. Zhang, X. Yang, Experimental and Theoretical Differential Cross Sections for a Four-Atom Reaction: HD+OH → H2O+D, Science, 333, 440-442 (2011).

11.  K. Yuan, R. N. Dixon, X. Yang, Photochemistry of the Water Molecule: Adiabatic versus Nonadiabatic Dynamics, Acc. Chem. Res., 44, 369-378 (2011).

10.  W. Dong, C. Xiao, T. Wang, D. Dai, X. Yang, D. H. Zhang, Transition-State Spectroscopy of Partial Wave Resonances in the F+HD Reaction, Science, 327,  1501-1502 (2010).

9.  W. Zhang, H. Kawamata, K. Liu, CH Stretching Excitation in the Early Barrier F + CHD3 Reaction Inhibits CH Bond Cleavage, Science, 325, 303-306 (2009).

8.  X. Wang, W. Dong, C. Xiao, L. Che, Z. Ren, D. Dai, X. Wang, P. Casavecchia, X. Yang, B. Jiang, D. Xie, Z. Sun, S.-Y. Lee, D. H. Zhang, H.-J. Werner, M. H. Alexander, The Extent of Non-Born-Oppenheimer Coupling in the Reaction of Cl(2P) with para-H2, Science, 322, 573-576 (2008).

7.  X. Yang, D. H. Zhang, Dynamical Resonances in the Fluorine Atom Reaction with the Hydrogen Molecule, Acc. Chem. Res., 41,981-989 (2008).

6.  L. Che, Z. Ren, X. Wang, W. Dong, D. Dai, X. Wang, D. H. Zhang, X. Yang, L. Sheng, G. Li, H.-J. Werner, F. Lique, M. H. Alexander, Breakdown of the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation in the F+o-D2→DF+D Reaction, Science, 317, 1061-1064 (2007).

5.  X. Yang, State-to-State Dynamics of Elementary Bimolecular Reactions, Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 58,433-459 (2007).

4.  M. Qiu, Z. Ren, L. Che, D. Dai, S. A. Harich, X. Wang, X. Yang, C. Xu, D. Xie, M. Gustafsson, R. T. Skodje, Z. Sun, D. H. Zhang, Observation of Feshbach Resonances in the F+H2→HF+H Reaction, Science, 311, 1440-1443 (2006).

3.  D. Dai, C. C. Wang, S. A. Harich, X. Wang, X. Yang, S. D. Chao, R. T. Skodje, Interference of quantized transition-state pathways in the H+D2®D+HD chemical reaction, Science, 300, 1730-1734 (2003).

2.  S. Harich, D. Dai, C. Wang, X. Yang, S. Chao, R. Skodje, Forward scattering due to slow-down of the intermediate in the H+HD→D+H2 reaction, Nature, 419, 281-284 (2002).

1.  C. Zhang, G. Sha, Double resonance spectroscopy and molecular dynamics, Science, 262, 374-375 (1993).

 

Works

4.  Keli Han, Xin Zhang, Mingjun Yang, Protein Conformational Dynamics, Springer, 2014.

3.  Keli Han, Tianshu Chu, Reaction Rate Constant Computations: Theories and Applications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013.

2.  Guangjiu Zhao, Keli Han, Hydrogen Bonding and Transfer in the Excited State, Wiley, 2010.

1.  Xueming Yang, Kopin Liu, Modern Trends in Chemical Reaction Dynamics: Experiment and Theory, Part I & II, World Scientific Publishing, 2003 & 2004. (See Book Review in J. Am. Chem. Soc 126, 14679 (2004) by Patrick Collier)

 

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