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Abteilung für gespeicherte und gekühlte Ionen
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Oberseminar, WS12/13

Physik mit gespeicherten und gekühlten Ionen

Seminarraum Blaum
14tägig, mittwochs


Datum: 17 Oct 2012, 15:00
Sprecher: Michael Heck, MPIK
Titel: Investigation of different excitation and detection schemes of stored ions in a Penning trap


Datum: 31 Oct 2012, 16:00
Sprecher: Dr. Charles C. Havener, Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee
Titel: Atomic and Molecular Ion Merged-Beams Experiments with Atomic H


Datum: 14 Nov 2012, 15:00
Ort: Otto-Hahn-Hörsaal (library building)
Sprecher: Prof. Eric Herbst, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Titel: Complex Organic Molecules (COM's) and Their Formation in Assorted Interstellar Sources


Complex organic molecules (COM's) are partially saturated molecules with six or more atoms found in the gas phase of assorted interstellar sources such as hot cores and corinos, infra-red dark clouds, and even cold cores. Although these species are detected in the gas, their formation involves both grain surface and gas-phasechemistry. In hot cores and corinos, COM's are most likely formed during the warm-up phase of protostellar sources as gas and dust collapse towards the central protostar or towards a growing protoplanetary disk.In cold cores, the mechanism of formation of COM's is still a mystery although itmay involve transitory heating of grains.In protoplanetary disks, our models predict that COMs can be formed even on cold icy grains although they likely remain there. In infrared dark clouds, the mechanism for formation of these species, which have been newly detected, is unclear although one possibility is shock desorption from grain surfaces, as has also been posited for the galactic center.


Datum: 12 Dec 2012, 15:00
Ort: Zentraler Seminarraum
Sprecher: Jochen Ketter
Titel: Secularity watch: A look at the first-order effects of Cn and Bn


Datum: 31 Jan 2013, 14:30
Bitte Änderung des Datums und der Zeit beachten
Sprecher: Dr. Pauline Ascher, MPIK
Titel: Development of a Penning trap based isobar separator for the PIPERADE project


Datum: 6 Feb 2013, 15:00
Sprecher: Prof. Martin Cízek/Charles University, Prague
Titel: Theoretical description of molecular anions stabilized by rotation, hydrogen and hydrogen halides