Publication list

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C.G.M. Gonçalves, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Isotope effect in electronic non equilibrated quantum dynamics:  geometrical reorganization of a methane cation after a sudden ionization, ChemRxiv. Preprint. (2021), https://doi.org/10.26434/chemrxiv.13702456.v1

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E. Collini, H. Gattuso, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Ultrafast fs coherent excitonic dynamics in CdSe quantum dots assemblies addressed and probed by 2D electronic spectroscopy, The Journal of Chemical Physics 154 (2021) 014301.

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A. Valentini, S. van den Wildenberg, F. Remacle, Selective bond formation triggered by short optical pulses: quantum dynamics of a four-center ring closure, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 22 (2020) 22302-22313.

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F. Remacle, T.G. Graeber, R.D. Levine, Thermodynamic energetics underlying genomic instability and whole-genome doubling in cancer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (2020) 18880.

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K.G. Komarova, S. van den Wildenberg, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, Correlated electron–nuclear motion during non-adiabatic transitions in LiH and its isotopomers, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 53 (2020) 134001.

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K. Komarova, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, Surprisal of a quantum state: Dynamics, compact representation, and coherence effects, The Journal of Chemical Physics 153 (2020) 214105.

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K. Komarova, H. Gattuso, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Parallel Quantum Computation of Vibrational Dynamics, Frontiers in Physics 8 (2020) 486.

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K. Komarova, H. Gattuso, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Quantum Device Emulates the Dynamics of Two Coupled Oscillators, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 11 (2020) 6990-6995.

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H. Gattuso, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Massively parallel classical logic via coherent dynamics of an ensemble of quantum systems with dispersion in size, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (2020) 21022.

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E. Collini, H. Gattuso, Y. Kolodny, L. Bolzonello, A. Volpato, H.T. Fridman, S. Yochelis, M. Mor, J. Dehnel, E. Lifshitz, Y. Paltiel, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, Room-Temperature Inter-Dot Coherent Dynamics in Multilayer Quantum Dot Materials, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 124 (2020) 16222-16231.


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P.S. Rukin, K. Komarova, B. Fresch, E. Collini, and F. Remacle, Chirality of the Rhodamine Heterodimer Linked to DNA Scaffold: An Experimental and Computational Study. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2020. accepted manuscript. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP00223B.

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H. Gattuso, B. Fresch, D.R. Levine, and F. Remacle, Coherent Exciton Dynamics in Ensembles of Size-Dispersed CdSe Quantum Dot Dimers Probed via Ultrafast Spectroscopy: A Quantum Computational Study. Applied Sciences, 2020. 10(4): p. 1328.

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E. Collini, H. Gattuso, L. Bolzonello, A. Casotto, A. Volpato, C.N. Dibenedetto, E. Fanizza, M. Striccoli, and F. Remacle, Quantum Phenomena in Nanomaterials: Coherent Superpositions of Fine Structure States in CdSe Nanocrystals at Room Temperature. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019. 123(51): p. 31286-31293.

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S. van den Wildenberg, B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Temporal and spatially resolved imaging of the correlated nuclear-electronic dynamics and of the ionized photoelectron in a coherently electronically highly excited vibrating LiH molecule. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 2019. 151(13): p. 134310.

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G. Emonds-Alt, B. Mignolet, C. Malherbe, J.-C.M. Monbaliu, F. Remacle, and G. Eppe, Understanding chemical interaction between phosphonate-derivative molecules and a silver surface cluster in SERS: a combined experimental and computational approach. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2019. 21(40): p. 22180-22187.

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K.G. Komarova, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Time resolved mechanism of the isotope selectivity in the ultrafast light induced dissociation in N2. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 2019. 151(11): p. 114308

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H. Johnston, P. Dickinson, A. Ivens, A.H. Buck, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and C.J. Campbell, Intracellular redox potential is correlated with miRNA expression in MCF7 cells under hypoxic conditions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019. 116(39): p. 19753.

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A.K. Bogaert, E. Perez, J. Rumin, A. Giltay, M. Carone, N. Coosemans, M. Radoux, G. Eppe, D.R. Levine, F. Remacle, and C. Remacle, Metabolic, Physiological, and Transcriptomics Analysis of Batch Cultures of the Green Microalga Chlamydomonas Grown on Different Acetate Concentrations. Cells, 2019. 8(11), e1367, 10.3390/cells8111367.

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L. Yue, S. Wang, V. Wulf, S. Lilienthal, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and I. Willner, Consecutive feedback-driven constitutional dynamic networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019. 116(8): p. 2843

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B. Mignolet, B.F.E. Curchod, F. Remacle, and T.J. Martínez, Sub-Femtosecond Stark Control of Molecular Photoexcitation with Near Single-Cycle Pulses. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2019: p. 742-747.

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M. Stefanou, H.J. Chandler, B. Mignolet, E. Williams, S.A. Nanoh, J.O.F. Thompson, F. Remacle, R. Schaub, and E.E.B. Campbell, Angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy and scanning tunnelling spectroscopy studies of the endohedral fullerene Li@C60. Nanoscale, 2019. 11: p. 2668-2678.

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B. Fresch, T.-M. Yan, D. Hiluf, E. Collini, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Computing by Non-linear Optical Molecular Response, in Computational Matter, S. Stepney, S. Rasmussen, and M. Amos, Editors. 2018, Springer International Publishing: Cham. p. 45-53.

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B. Fresch, M.V. Klymenko, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Multivalued Logic at the Nanoscale, in Computational Matter, S. Stepney, S. Rasmussen, and M. Amos, Editors. 2018, Springer International Publishing: Cham. p. 295-318.

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K.G. Komarova, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Propagation of nonstationary electronic and nuclear states: attosecond dynamics in LiF. Molecular Physics, 2018. 116(19-20): p. 2524-2532.

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B. Mignolet, M. Kanno, N. Shimakura, S. Koseki, F. Remacle, H. Kono, and Y. Fujimura, Ultrafast nonradiative transition pathways in photo-excited pyrazine: Ab initio analysis of time-resolved vacuum ultraviolet photoelectron spectrum. Chemical Physics, 2018. 515: p. 704-709.

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J.-F. Greisch, A. Ballester-Caudet, S.V. Kruppa, Z. Lei, Q.-M. Wang, C. Riehn, and F. Remacle, Gas-Phase Photoluminescence and Photodissociation of Silver-Capped Hexagold Clusters. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2018. 122(27): p. 5799-5810.

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J.S. Ajay, K.G. Komarova, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Time-dependent view of an isotope effect in electron-nuclear nonequilibrium dynamics with applications to N2. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018. 115: p. 5890-5895.

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L. Yue, S. Wang, S. Lilienthal, V. Wulf, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and I. Willner, Intercommunication of DNA-Based Constitutional Dynamic Networks. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2018. 140(28): p. 8721-8731.

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S. Vasudevan, E. Flashner-Abramson, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and N. Kravchenko-Balasha, Personalized disease signatures through information-theoretic compaction of big cancer data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018. 115(30): p. 7694-7699.

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K.A. Bogaert, S.S. Manoharan-Basil, E. Perez, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and C. Remacle, Surprisal analysis of genome-wide transcript profiling identifies differentially expressed genes and pathways associated with four growth conditions in the microalga Chlamydomonas. PLOS ONE, 2018. 13(4): p. e0195142.

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R. Willamme, K.A. Bogaert, F. Remacle, and C. Remacle, Surprisal analysis of the transcriptomic response of the green microalga Chlamydomonas to the addition of acetate during day/night cycles. Chemical Physics, 2018. 514: p. 154-163.

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K.G. Komarova, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, On the fly quantum dynamics of electronic and nuclear wave packets. Chemical Physics Letters, 2018. 699: p. 155-161.

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E. Cohen, P. Komm, N. Rosenthal-Strauss, J. Dehnel, E. Lifshitz, S. Yochelis, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, B. Fresch, G. Marcus, and Y. Paltiel, Fast Energy Transfer in CdSe Quantum Dot Layered Structures: Controlling Coupling with Covalent-Bond Organic Linkers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2018. 122(10): p. 5753-5758.

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S.A. Jayantha, K.G. Komarova, S. van den Wildenberg, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, AttoPhotoChemistry: Coherent Electronic Dynamics and Nuclear Motion, in Attosecond Molecular Dynamics, M.J.J. Vrakking and F. Lepine, Editors. 2018, Royal Society of Chemistry: Cambridge. p. 308-347.

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E. Hanozin, B. Mignolet, D. Morsa, D. Sluysmans, A.-S. Duwez, J.F. Stoddart, F. Remacle, and E. De Pauw, Where Ion Mobility and Molecular Dynamics Meet To Unravel the (Un)Folding Mechanisms of an Oligorotaxane Molecular Switch. ACS Nano, 2017. 11(10): p. 10253-10263.

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W.K. Peters, D.E. Couch, B. Mignolet, X. Shi, Q.L. Nguyen, R.C. Fortenberry, H.B. Schlegel, F. Remacle, H.C. Kapteyn, M.M. Murnane, and W. Li, Ultrafast 25-fs relaxation in highly excited states of methyl azide mediated by strong nonadiabatic coupling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017. 114: p. E11072-E11081.

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V. Schwanen and F. Remacle, Photoinduced Ultrafast Charge Transfer and Charge Migration in Small Gold Clusters Passivated by a Chromophoric Ligand. Nano Letters, 2017. 17(9): p. 5672-5681.

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S. Sun, B. Mignolet, L. Fan, W. Li, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Nuclear Motion Driven Ultrafast Photodissociative Charge Transfer of the PENNA Cation: An Experimental and Computational Study. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2017. 121(7): p. 1442-1447.

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E. Bohl, B. Mignolet, J.O. Johansson, F. Remacle, and E.E.B. Campbell, Low-lying, Rydberg states of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and cyclic alkanes. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2017. 19: p. 24090-24099

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M. Cipolloni, B. Fresch, I. Occhiuto, P. Rukin, K.G. Komarova, A. Cecconello, I. Willner, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and E. Collini, Coherent electronic and nuclear dynamics in a rhodamine heterodimer-DNA supramolecular complex. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2017. 19: p. 23043-23051

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S. van den Wildenberg, B. Mignolet, R. Levine, and F. Remacle, Pumping and probing vibrational modulated coupled electronic coherence in HCN using short UV fs laser pulses: a 2D quantum nuclear dynamical study. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2017. 19: p. 19837 - 19846.

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L. Fan, S.K. Lee, Y.-J. Tu, B. Mignolet, D. Couch, K. Dorney, Q. Nguyen, L. Wooldridge, M. Murnane, F. Remacle, H. Bernhard Schlegel, and W. Li, A new electron-ion coincidence 3D momentum-imaging method and its application in probing strong field dynamics of 2-phenylethyl-N, N-dimethylamine. J. Chem. Phys., 2017. 147(1): p. 013920.

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A. Nikodem, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Spatial and temporal control of populations, branching ratios, and electronic coherences in LiH by a single one-cycle infrared pulse. Phys. Rev. A, 2017. 95(5): p. 053404.

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B. Fresch, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Implementation of probabilistic algorithms by multi-chromophoric molecular networks with application to multiple travelling pathways. ChemPhysChem, 2017. 18: p. 1782-1789.

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B. Fresch, J. Bocquel, S. Rogge, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Implementation of multivariable logic functions in parallel by electrical addressing a molecule of three dopants in Silicon. ChemPhysChem, 2017. 18: p. 1790-1797.

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M.V. Klymenko, S. Rogge, and F. Remacle, Electronic states and valley-orbit coupling in linear and planar molecules formed by coupled P donors in silicon. Physical Review B, 2017. 95(20): p. 205301.

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H. Xiong, B. Mignolet, L. Fang, T. Osipov, T.J.A. Wolf, E. Sistrunk, M. Gühr, F. Remacle, and N. Berrah, The Role of Super-Atom Molecular Orbitals in Doped Fullerenes in a Femtosecond Intense Laser Field. Sci. Rep., 2017. 7(1): p. 121.

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B. Fresch, J. Bocquel, S. Rogge, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, A Probabilistic Finite State Logic Machine Realized Experimentally on a Single Dopant Atom. Nano Letters, 2017. 17: p. 1846-1852.

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S. Lilienthal, M. Klein, R. Orbach, I. Willner, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Continuous variables logic via coupled automata using a DNAzyme cascade with feedback. Chemical Science, 2017. 8: p. 2161-2168.

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F. Remacle, S.A. Goldstein, and D.R. Levine, Multivariate Surprisal Analysis of Gene Expression Levels. Entropy, 2017. 18(12): p. 445.

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A. Nikodem, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Controlling coherent quantum nuclear dynamics in LiH by ultra short IR atto pulses, in Progress in Ultrafast Laser Science XIII, K. Yamanouchi, W. Hill, and F. Paulus, Editors. 2017, Springer: Cham. p. 41-65.

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J. Šmydke, J. Ajay, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Electronic and nuclear dynamics for a non-equilibrium electronic state: The ultrafast pumping of N2, in Quantum Systems in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, A. Tadjer, R. Pavlov, J. Maruani, E.J. Brändas, and G. Delgado-Barrio, Editors. 2017, Springer International Publishing: Cham. p. 195-208.

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H. Li, B. Mignolet, Z. Wang, K.J. Betsch, K.D. Carnes, I. Ben-Itzhak, C.L. Cocke, F. Remacle, and M.F. Kling, Transition from SAMO to Rydberg State Ionization in C60 in Femtosecond Laser Fields. J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2016. 7(22): p. 4677-4682.

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M. Rodríguez-Castillo, G. Lugo-Preciado, D. Laurencin, F. Tielens, A. vanderLee, S. Clément, Y. Guari, J.M. López-de-Luzuriaga, M. Monge, F. Remacle, and S. Richeter, Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Reactivity of Gold Nanoparticles Towards Benzimidazole-2-ylidene Ligands. Chem. Eur. J., 2016. 22(30): p. 10446-10458.

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A. Burmistrova, B. Fresch, D. Sluysmans, E. De Pauw, F. Remacle, and A.-S. Duwez, Force measurements reveal how small binders perturb the dissociation mechanisms of DNA duplex sequences. Nanoscale, 2016. 8(22): p. 11718-11726.

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M.V. Klymenko, M. Klein, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Operation of a quantum dot in the finite-state machine mode: Single-electron dynamic memory. Journal of Applied Physics, 2016. 120(2): p. 024503.

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B. Mignolet and F. Remacle, Time-efficient computation of the electronic structure of the C60 super-atom molecular orbital (SAMO) states in TDDFT. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2016. 1790(1): p. 020015.

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M. Sjalander, G. Borgstr, M.V. Klymenko, F. Remacle, and S. Kaxiras, Techniques for modulating error resilience in emerging multi-value technologies, in Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers. 2016, ACM: Como, Italy. p. 55-63.

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J. Ajay, J. Šmydke, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Probing in Space and Time the Nuclear Motion Driven by Nonequilibrium Electronic Dynamics in Ultrafast Pumped N2. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2016. 120(19): p. 3335-3342.

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J. Šmydke, S.A. Jayanth, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Electronic and Nuclear Dynamics for a Non-Equilibrium Electronic State: the Ultrafast Pumping of N2, in Progress in Theoretical Physics and Chemistry, J. Maruani, Editor. 2016, Springer: Dordrecht. p. p 195.

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A. Nikodem, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Quantum Nuclear Dynamics Pumped and Probed by Ultrafast Polarization Controlled Steering of a Coherent Electronic State in LiH. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2016. 120(19): p. 3343-3352.

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S. Zadran, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Microfluidic chip with molecular beacons detects miRNAs in Human CSF to reliably characterize CNS-specific disorders. RNA & DISEASE, 2016. 3: p. e1183.

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M.V. Klymenko, S. Rogge, and F. Remacle, Multivalley envelope function equations and effective potentials for phosphorus impurity in silicon. Physical Review B, 2015. 92(19): p. 195302.

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H. Li, B. Mignolet, G. Wachter, S. Skruszewicz, S. Zherebtsov, F. Süßmann, A. Kessel, S.A. Trushin, N.G. Kling, M. Kübel, B. Ahn, D. Kim, I. Ben-Itzhak, C.L. Cocke, T. Fennel, J. Tiggesbäumker, K.H. Meiwes-Broer, C. Lemell, J. Burgdörfer, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and M.F. Kling, Coherent Electronic Wave Packet Motion in C60 Controlled by the Waveform and Polarization of Few-Cycle Laser Fields. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2015. 114(12): p. 123004.

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E. Bohl, K.P. Sokół, B. Mignolet, J.O.F. Thompson, J.O. Johansson, F. Remacle, and E.E.B. Campbell, Relative Photoionization Cross Sections of Super-Atom Molecular Orbitals (SAMOs) in C60. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2015. 119(47): p. 11504-11508.

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P.M. Kraus, B. Mignolet, D. Baykusheva, A. Rupenyan, L. Horný, E.F. Penka, G. Grassi, O.I. Tolstikhin, J. Schneider, F. Jensen, L.B. Madsen, A.D. Bandrauk, F. Remacle, and H.J. Wörner, Measurement and laser control of attosecond charge migration in ionized iodoacetylene. Science, 2015. 350(6262): p. 790-795.

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T.-M. Yan, B. Fresch, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Information processing in parallel through directionally resolved molecular polarization components in coherent multidimensional spectroscopy. J. Chem. Phys., 2015. 143(6): p. 064106.

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F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Statistical thermodynamics of transcription profiles in normal development and tumorigeneses in cohorts of patients. Eur. Biophys. J., 2015. 44: p. 709-726.

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R. Willamme, Z. Alsafra, R. Arumugam, G. Eppe, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and C. Remacle, Metabolomic analysis of the green microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cultivated under day/night conditions. Journal of Biotechnology, 2015. 215: p. 20-26.

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B. Fresch, M. Cipolloni, T.-M. Yan, E. Collini, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Parallel and Multivalued Logic by the Two-Dimensional Photon-Echo Response of a Rhodamine–DNA Complex. J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2015. 6: p. 1714-1718.

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M.J.T. Oliveira, B. Mignolet, T. Kus, T.A. Papadopoulos, F. Remacle, and M.J. Verstraete, Computational benchmarking for ultrafast electron dynamics: wavefunction methods vs density functional theory. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 2015. 11: p. 2221−2233.

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B. Fresch and F. Remacle, An atomistic view of DNA dynamics and its interaction with small binders: insights from Molecular Dynamics and Principal Component Analysis, in Single molecular machines and motors, C. Joachim and G. Rapenne, Editors. 2015, Springer: Berlin. p. 17-33.

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G. Lugo, V. Schwanen, B. Fresch, and F. Remacle, Charge Redistribution Effects on the UV-VIS Spectra of Small Ligated Gold Clusters : a Computational Study. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015. 119(20): p. 10969-10980.

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R. Orbach, S. Lilienthal, M. Klein, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and I. Willner, Ternary DNA computing using 3 x 3 multiplication matrices. Chemical Science, 2015. 6: p. 1288-1292.

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N. Kravchenko-Balasha, S. Simon, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and I. Exman, Computational Surprisal Analysis Speeds-Up Genomic Characterization of Cancer Processes. Plosone, 2014. 9(11): p. e108549.

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S. Zadran, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Surprisal Analysis of Glioblastoma Multiform (GBM) MicroRNA Dynamics Unveils Tumor Specific Phenotype. Plosone, 2014. 9(9): p. e10171.

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F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Prediction of the molecular response to pertubations from single cell measurements. Médecine/Science, 2014. 30: p. 1129-1135.

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M.V. Klymenko and F. Remacle, Quantum dot ternary-valued full-adder: Logic synthesis by a multiobjective design optimization based on a genetic algorithm. Journal of Applied Physics, 2014. 116(16): p. 164316.

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B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Electronic Dynamics by Ultrafast Pump Photoelectron Detachment Probed by Ionization: A Dynamical Simulation of Negative–Neutral–Positive in LiH–. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2014. 118: p. 6721-6729.

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N. Kravchenko-Balasha, J. Wang, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and J.R. Heath, Glioblastoma cellular architectures are predicted through the characterization of two-cell interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2014. 111: p. 6521-6526.

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R. Orbach, F. Wang, O. Lioubashevski, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and I. Willner, A full-adder based on reconfigurable DNA-hairpin inputs and DNAzyme computing modules, Edge article. Chemical Science, 2014. 5(9): p. 3381-3387.

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B. Fresch and F. Remacle, Atomistic account of structural and dynamical changes induced by small binders in the double helix of a short DNA. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014. 16(27): p. 14070-14082.

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B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Charge migration in the bifunctional PENNA cation induced and probed by ultrafast ionization: a dynamical study. J. Phys. B: At. Mol.  Opt. Phys., 2014. 47(12): p. 124011.

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B. Fresch and F. Remacle, Tuning the Properties of Pd Nanoclusters by Ligand Coatings: Electronic Structure Computations on Phosphine, Thiol, and Mixed Phosphine–Thiol Ligand Shells. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014. 118(18): p. 9790-9800.

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B.H. Muskatel, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, AttoPhotoChemistry. Probing ultrafast electron dynamics by the induced nuclear motion: The prompt and delayed predissociation of N2. Chemical Physics Letters, 2014. 601(0): p. 45-48.

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B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Control of electronic dynamics visualized by angularly resolved photoelectron spectra: A dynamical simulation with an IR pump and XUV attosecond-pulse-train probe. Phys. Rev. A, 2014. 89(2): p. 021403.

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F. Dufour, B. Fresch, O. Durupthy, C. Chaneac, and F. Remacle, Ligand and Solvation Effects on the Structural and Electronic Properties of Small Gold Clusters. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014. 118(8): p. 4362-4376.

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M.V. Klymenko and F. Remacle, Electronic states and wavefunctions of diatomic donor molecular ions in silicon: multi-valley envelope function theory. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2014. 26(6): p. 065302.

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R. Orbach, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and I. Willner, DNAzyme-based 2:1 and 4:1 multiplexers and 1:2 demultiplexer, Edge article. Chemical Science, 2014. 5 p. 1074 - 1081.

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W. Wei, Q. Shi, F. Remacle, L. Qin, D.B. Shackelford, Y.S. Shin, P.S. Mischel, R.D. Levine, and J.R. Heath, Hypoxia induces a phase transition within a kinase signaling network in cancer cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2013. 110(15): p. E1352-E1360.

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J. Olof Johansson, E. Bohl, G.G. Henderson, B. Mignolet, T.J.S. Dennis, F. Remacle, and E.E.B. Campbell, Hot electron production and diffuse excited states in C70, C82, and Sc3N@C80 characterized by angular-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy. J. Chem. Phys., 2013. 139(8): p. 084309

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B. Mignolet, T. Kus, and F. Remacle, Imaging Orbitals by Ionization or Electron Attachment: The Role of Dyson Orbitals, in Imaging and Manipulating Molecular Orbitals, L. Grill and C. Joachim, Editors. 2013, Springer: Berlin. p. 41-54.

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S. Zadran, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, miRNA and mRNA cancer signatures determined by analysis of expression levels in large cohorts of patients. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2013. 110(47): p. 19160-19165.

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B. Mignolet, J.O. Johansson, E.E.B. Campbell, and F. Remacle, Probing Rapidly-Ionizing Super-Atom Molecular Orbitals in C60: A Computational and Femtosecond Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study. ChemPhysChem, 2013. 14(14): p. 3332-3340.

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T. Kuś, B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Pump and probe of ultrafast charge reorganization in small peptides: A computational study through sudden ionizations. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2013. 117(40): p. 10513-10525.

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B. Fresch, D. Hiluf, E. Collini, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Molecular decision trees realized by ultrafast electronic spectroscopy. Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2013. 110(43): p. 17183-17188.

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A. Gross, C.M. Li, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Free Energy Rhythms in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: A Dynamic Perspective with Implications for Ribosomal Biogenesis. Biochemistry, 2013. 52(9): p. 1641-1648.

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R. Orbach, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and I. Willner, Logic reversibility and thermodynamic irreversibility demonstrated by DNAzyme-based Toffoli and Fredkin logic gates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2012. 109(52): p. 21228-21233.

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E. Collini, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, S. Rogge, and I. Willner, Multi project: Multi-valued and parallel molecular logic. International Journal of Unconventional Computing, 2012. 8(4): p. 307-312.

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B.H. Muskatel, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Ultrafast Predissociation Mechanism of the 1Πu States of 14N2 and Its Isotopomers upon Attosecond Excitation from the Ground State. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012. 116(46): p. 11311-11318.

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B. Mignolet, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Localized electron dynamics in attosecond-pulse-excited molecular systems: Probing the time-dependent electron density by sudden photoionization. Physical Review A, 2012. 86(5): p. 053429.

164.

B. Fresch, E. Hanozin, F. Dufour, and F. Remacle, Interplay of structural and electronic stabilizing factors  in neutral and cationic phosphine protected Au13 clusters. Eur. Phys. J. D, 2012. 66: p. 326.

163.

R. Ganesan and F. Remacle, Stabilization of merocyanine by protonation, charge and external electric fields and effects on the isomerization of spiropyran: a computational study. Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, 2012. 131: p. 1255.

162.

F. Remacle, R. Arumugam, and R.D. Levine, Maximal entropy multivariate analysis. Molecular Physics, 2012. 110: p. 1659-1668.

161.

J.O. Johansson, G.G. Henderson, F. Remacle, and E.E.B. Campbell, Angular-resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Superatom Orbitals of Fullerenes. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2012. 108(17): p. 173401.

160.

B. Fresch, H.-G. Boyen, and F. Remacle, Magnetostructural effects in ligand stabilized Pd13 clusters:  a density functional theory study. Nanoscale, 2012. 4(14): p. 4138-4147.

159.

N. Kravchenko-Balasha, A. Levitzki, A. Goldstein, V. Rotter, A. Gross, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, On a fundamental structure of gene networks in living cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2012. 109(12): p. 4702-4707.

158.

J. Elbaz, F. Wang, F. Remacle, and I. Willner, pH-Programmable DNA Logic Arrays Powered by Modular DNAzyme Libraries. Nano. Lett., 2012. 12: p. 6049-6054.

157.

B. Fresch, J. Verduijn, J.A. Mol, S. Rogge, and F. Remacle, One query quasi classical parallel implementation of a one bit function identification in a single electron transistor by pulsed gate electrical addressing : Editor Choice. Euro. Phys. Lett., 2012. 99: p. 28004.

156.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, 20-Nanogold Au20(Td) and Low-Energy Hollow Cages: Void Reactivity, in Advances in the Theory of Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, P.E. Hoggan, E.J. Brändas, J. Maruani, P. Piecuch, and G. Delgado-Barrio, Editors. 2012, Springer. p. 571-598.

155.

F. Remacle, T.G. Graeber, and R.D. Levine, Whose Entropy: A Maximal Entropy Analysis of Phosphorylation Signaling. J. Stat. Phys., 2011. 144: p. 429-442.

154.

B. Mignolet, A. Gijsbertsen, M.J.J. Vrakking, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Stereocontrol of attosecond time-scale electron dynamics in ABCU using ultrafast laser pulses: a computational study. PCCP, 2011. 13(18): p. 8331-8344.

153.

J.A. Mol, J. Verduijn, R.D. Levine, F. Remacle, and S. Rogge, Integrated logic circuits using single-atom transistors. Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2011. 108: p. 13969-13972.

152.

J.A. Mol, J. van der Heijden, J. Verduijn, M. Klein, F. Remacle, and S. Rogge, Balanced ternary addition using a gated silicon nanowire. Applied Physics Letters, 2011. 99(26): p. 263109-3.

151.

F. Beil, T. Halfmann, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, STIRAP-driven logic operations in a doped solid. Phys. Rev. A, 2011. 83: p. 033421.

150.

Y.S. Shin, F. Remacle, R. Fan, K. Hwang, W. Wei, H. Ahmad, C.-C. Liu, R.D. Levine, and J.R. Heath, Protein Signaling Networks from Single Cell Fluctuations and Information Theory Profiling. Biophysical Journal, 2011. 100(10): p. 2378-2386.

149.

B.H. Muskatel, F. Remacle, M.H. Thiemens, and R.D. Levine, On the strong and selective isotope effect in the ultraviolet excitation of N2 with implications toward the nebula and Martian atmosphere. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2011. 108(15): p. 6020-6025.

148.

N. Kravchenko-Balashaa, F. Remacle, A. Gross, V. Rotter, A. Levitzki, and R.D. Levine, Convergence of Logic of Cellular Regulation in Different Premalignant Cells by an Information Theoretic Approach BMC Systems Biology, 2011. 5: p. 42.

147.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Attosecond pumping of nonstationary electronic states of LiH: Charge shake-up and electron density distortion. Phys. Rev. A, 2011. 83(1): p. 013411.

146.

C.G. Zhang, G. Periyasamy, and F. Remacle, Bonding patterns of [Ag2-alanine]0,±  hybrid complexes and the implementation of Molecular logic gates. Int. J. Quant. Chem., 2010. 110: p. 2237-2246.

145.

F. Remacle, N. Kravchenko-Balasha, A. Leviztski, and R.D. Levine, Information-Theoretic Analysis of Phenotype Changes  in Early Stages of Carcinogenesis. Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2010. 107: p. 10324-10329.

144.

L. Bomble, D. Lauvergnat, F. Remacle, and M. Desouter-Lecomte, Controlled full addera-subtractor by vibrational computing. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2010. 12(48): p. 15628-15635.

143.

Z.G. Wang, J. Elbaz, F. Remacle, R. D. Levine, and I. Willner, All-DNA finite-state automata with finite memory Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2010. 107(51): p. 21996-22001.

142.

Y. Yan, J.A. Mol, J. Verduijn, S. Rogge, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Electrically addressing a molecule-like donor pair in silicon: An atomic scale cyclable full adder logic. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2010. 114: p. 20380-20386.

141.

J. Elbaz, O. Lioubashevski, F. Wang, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and I. Willner, DNA Computing Circuits Using Libraries of DNAzyme Subunits. Nature Nano, 2010. 5: p. 417-422.

140.

T.G. Graeber, J.R. Heath, B.J. Skaggs, M.E. Phelps, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Maximal Entropy Inference of Oncogenicity from Phosphorylation Signaling. Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2010. 107: p. 6112-6117.

139.

I. Medalsy, M. Klein, A. Heyman, O. Shoseyov, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and D. Porath, Logic Implementations at the Nanoscale Using a Single Nanoparticle-Protein Hybrid: Boolean and Beyond Boolean Finite State Machines. Nature Nanotechnology, 2010. 5: p. 451-457.

138.

G. Periyasamy, E. Durgun, J.-Y. Raty, and F. Remacle, DFT studies of solvation effects on the nanosize bare, thiolated and redox active ligated Au55 cluster. J. Phys. Chem. C 2010. 114  Protected Metallic Clusters, Quantum Wells and Metal-Nanocrystal Molecules Symposium(38): p. 15941-15950.

137.

M. Klein, J.A. Mol, J. Verduijn, G.P. Lansbergen, S. Rogge, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Ternary Logic Implemented on a Single Dopant Atom FET in Si. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2010. 96: p. 043107.

136.

G. Periyasamy, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Redox Executed Logic Operations through the Reversible Voltammetric Response Characteristics of Electroactive Self-Assembled Monolayers. Austr. J. Chem., 2010. 63  Special issue on Molecular Logic(2): p. 173-183.

135.

J.F. Greisch, B. Leyh, F. Remacle, and E.D. Pauw, Gas Phase Fullerene Anions Hydrogenation by Methanol Followed by IRMPA Dehydrogenation. J. Am.  Soc. Mass Spectrom., 2010. 21: p. 117-126.

134.

H.B. Muskatel, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, The post Born-Oppenheimer regime: Dynamics of electronic motion in molecules by attosecond few cycle spectroscopy. Phys. Scri., 2009. 80: p. 048101-7.

133.

G. Periyasamy, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Electronic wave packet motion in water dimer cation: A many electron description. Chemical Physics, 2009. 366(1-3): p. 129-138.

132.

G.J. Long, S. Tanase, F. Remacle, G. Periyasamy, and F. Grandjean, Combined Moessbauer Spectral and Density Functional Theory Determination of the Magnetic Easy-Axis in Two High-Spin Iron(II) 2-Pyrazinecarboxylate Complexes. Inorg. Chem., 2009. 48: p. 8173–8179.

131.

L. Bomble, D. Lauvergnat, F. Remacle, and M. Desouter-Lecomte, Controlled full adder or subtractor by vibrational quantum computing. Phys. Rev. A, 2009. 80: p. 022332 (8 pages).

130.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, The elimination of redundant constraints in surprisal analysis of unimolecular dissociation and other endothermic processes. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2009. 113(16): p. 4658–4664.

129.

G. Periyasamy, A. Sour, J.P. Collin, J.P. Sauvage, and F. Remacle, Computational, Structural and Mechanistic analysis of the electrochemically driven pirouetting motion of a copper rotaxane. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2009. 113(18): p. 6219–6229.

128.

G. Periyasamy and F. Remacle, Ligand and solvation effects on the Electronic Properties of Au55 clusters: a DFT study. NanoLett., 2009. 9: p. 3007-3011.

127.

G. Periyasamy, J.-P. Collin, J.P. Sauvage, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Electrochemically driven sequential machine: an implementation on copper rotaxanes. Chem. Eur. J., 2009. 15(6): p. 1310-1313.

126.

M. Klein, G.P. Lansbergen, J.A. Mol, S. Rogge, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Reconfigurable Logic Devices on a Single Dopant Atom up to a Full Adder by Electrical Spectroscopy. ChemPhysChem., 2009. 10: p. 162-173.

125.

O. Kuznetz, H. Salman, Y. Eichen, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and S. Speiser, All optical Full-adder Based on Intramolecular Electronic Energy transfer in the Rhodamine-Azulene Bichromophoric system. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008. 112: p. 15880-15885.

124.

M. Klein, R.D. Levine, and F. Remacle, Principles of Design of a Set-Reset Finite State Logic NanoMachine. J. Appl. Phys., 2008. 104: p. 044509-11.

123.

L. Bomble, F. Remacle, and M. Desouter-Lecomte, Computational investigation and experimental considerations for the classical implementation of a full adder on SO2  by optical pump-probe schemes. J. Chem. Phys., 2008. 128: p. 194308.

122.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Implementation of simple logic gates on the bonding patterns of Gold-ammonia complexes in different charge states. Mol. Phys., 2008. 106: p. 521-530.

121.

E. Torres, K.L. Kompa, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Ultrafast Vibrational Spectroscopy and Relaxation in Polyatomic Molecules: Potential for Molecular Parallel Computing. Chem. Phys., 2008. 347: p. 531-545.

120.

M. Nest, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Pump and Probe Ultrafast Electron Dynamics in LiH: a Computational Study. N. J. Phys., 2008. 10: p. 025019-24.

119.

L. Bomble, D. Lauvergnat, F. Remacle, and M. Desouter-Lecomte, Vibrational computing: simulation of a full adder by optimal control. J. Chem. Phys., 2008. 128: p. 064110-11.

118.

F. Remacle, F. Grandjean, and G. Long, A Density Functional Calculation of the Electronic Properties of Several High-Spin and Low-Spin Iron(II) Pyrazolylborate Complexes. Inorg. Chem., 2008. 47: p. 4005-4014.

117.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Inter- and Intra- Molecular Level Logic  Devices, in Information Technology IV, R. Waser, Editor. 2008, Wiley: Weinheim. p. 213-248.

116.

M. Klein, S. Rogge, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Transcending binary logic by gating three coupled quantum dots. Nano. Lett., 2007. 7: p. 2795-2799.

115.

F. Remacle, R. Kienberger, F. Krausz, and R.D. Levine, On the feasibility of an ultrafast purely electronic reorganization in lithium hydride. Chem. Phys., 2007. 338: p. 342-347.

114.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, The Gold-Ammonia Bonding Patterns of Neutral and Charged Complexes Au1≤ m ≤4,20 Z,±1-(NH3)1≤ n ≤3. I. Bonding and Charge Alternation. J. Chem. Phys., 2007. 127: p. 194305-11.

113.

K. Xu, J.E. Green, J.R. Heath , F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, The emergence of a coupled quantum dot array in a doped Silicon nanowire gated by ultrahigh density top gate electrodes. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007. 111: p. 17852-17860.

112.

F. Remacle, M. Nest, and R.D. Levine, Laser Steered Ultrafast Quantum Dynamics of Electrons in LiH. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2007. 99(18): p. 183902.

111.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Time-Resolved Electrochemical Spectroscopy of Charge Migration in Molecular Wires: Computational Evidence for Rich Electronic Dynamics. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007. 111(5): p. 2301-2309.

110.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Probing Ultrafast Purely Electronic Charge Migration in Small Peptides. Z. Phys. Chem., 2007. 221: p. 647-661.

109.

J.-F. Greisch, R. Weinkauf, E.D. Pauw, E.S. Kryachko, and F. Remacle, Charge Distribution in 3’-Deoxythymidine - Fullerene: Mass Spectrometry, Laser Excitation and Computational Studies. Is. J. Chem., 2007. 47: p. 25-35.

108.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, The Magic Gold Cluster Au20. Int. J. Quant. Chem., 2007. 107(14): p. 2922-2934.

107.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Essay on Gold-Ammonia Bonding Patterns, in Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics, S. Lahmar, S. Wilson, and J. Maruani, Editors. 2007, Springer-Kluwer: Dordrecht. p. 175-210.

106.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Towards Parallel Computing: Representation of a Linear Finite State Digital Logic Machine by a Molecular Relaxation Process. Eur. Phys. J. D, 2007. 42: p. 49-59.

105.

F. Remacle, R. Weinkauf, and R.D. Levine, Molecule-Based Photonically-Switched Half and Full Adder. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2006. 110(1): p. 177-184.

104.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, All Optical Digital Logic: Full Addition or Subtraction on a Three-State System. Phys. Rev. A, 2006. 73: p. 033820-7.

103.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, The time scale for electronic reorganization upon sudden ionization of the water and water-methanol hydrogen bonded dimers and of the weakly bound NO dimer. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2006. 125(13): p. 133321-7.

102.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, An electronic time scale in chemistry. Proc. Natl.  Acad. Sci. USA, 2006. 103(18): p. 6793-6798.

101.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Small Gold Clusters Form Nonconventional Hydrogen Bonds  X-H...Au: Gold-Water Clusters as Example, in Theoretical Aspects of Chemical Reactivity, A. Toro-Labbe, Editor. 2006, Elsevier: Amsterdam. p. 219-250.

100.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electric transport in saturated and conjugated molecular wires. Farad. Disc., 2006. 131: p. 46-67.

99.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Three-Gold Clusters as Proton Acceptors in Nonconventional Hydrogen Bonds O-H...Au and N-H...Au, in Recent Advances in the Theory of Chemical and Physical Systems, J.M. J.-P.  Julien, D. Mayou,  S. Wilson, and G. Delgado-Barrio, Editor. 2006, Springer-Kluwer: Dordrecht. p. 433-450.

98.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Complexes of DNA Bases and Gold Clusters Au3 and Au4 Involving Nonconventional N-H...Au Hydrogen Bonding. Nano. Lett., 2005. 5(3): p. 421-424.

97.

F. Remacle, I. Willner, and R.D. Levine, A Counter by the Electrical Input/Output Stimuli Activation of an Array of Quantum Dots. ChemPhysChem., 2005. 6: p. 1239-1242.

96.

F. Remacle, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Electrical Addressing of Confined Quantum Systems for Quasiclassical Computation and Finite State Logic Machines. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2005. 102: p. 5653-5658.

95.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Complexes of DNA Bases and Watson-Crick Base Pairs with Small Neutral Gold Clusters. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2005. 109: p. 22746-22757.

94.

E.S. Kryachko, A. Karpfen, and F. Remacle, Nonconventional Hydrogen Bonding Between Clusters of Gold and Hydrogen Fluoride. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2005. 109: p. 7309-7318.

93.

E.S. Kryachko and F. Remacle, Three-Gold Clusters Form Nonconventional Hydrogen Bonds O-H...Au and N-H...Au with Formamide and Formic Acid. Chem. Phys. Lett., 2005. 404: p. 142-149.

92.

F. Remacle and E.S. Kryachko, Structure and energetics of 2D and 3D neutral, cationic and anionic gold clusters, AuZ5≤n<9, Z=0,±1. J. Chem. Phys., 2005. 122: p. 044304-15.

91.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Conductance Spectroscopy of Low Lying Electronic States of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots : A Computational Study, in Nanoassemblies and Superstructures, N. Kotov, Editor. 2005, Marcel Dekker: New York.

90.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Level crossing conductance spectroscopy of molecular bridges. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2004. 85(10): p. 1725-1727.

89.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electric Transmission of Molecular Bridges. Chem. Phys. Lett., 2004. 383: p. 537-543.

88.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Quasiclassical computation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2004. 101(33): p. 12091-95.

87.

F. Remacle and E.S. Kryachko, Small Gold Clusters Au5≤n ≤8 and Their Cationic and Anionic Cousins. Adv. Quant. Chem., 2004. 47: p. 423-464.

86.

F. Remacle and E.S. Kryachko, Thiophenol and Thiophenol Radical and Their Complexes with Gold Clusters Au5 and Au6. J. Mol. Struct., 2004. 708(1-3): p. 165-173.

85.

F. Remacle, I.Willner, and R.D. Levine, Nanowiring by molecules. J. Phys. Chem. B., 2004. 108(47): p. 18129-18134.

84.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electronic and Electrical Response of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots. Int. J. Quant. Chem., 2004. 99: p. 743-751.

83.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electronic and Transport Properties of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots : A Computational Study. Chimie Nouvelle, 2003. 83(septembre 2003): p. 112-119.

82.

F. Remacle, K.C. Beverly, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Gating the Conductivity of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2003. 107(50): p. 13892-13901.

81.

J.-F. Greisch, V. Gabélica, F. Remacle, and E. DePauw, Thermometer Ions for MALDI Internal Energy Calibration. Rapid Commun. MS, 2003. 17(16): p. 1847-1854.

80.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Current-Voltage-Temperature Characteristics of 2D Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots. Is. J. Chem., 2003. 42((2-3)): p. 269-280.

79

F. Remacle, K.C. Beverly, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Gating the Conductivity of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2003. 107(50): p. 13892-13901.

78.

F. Remacle, Surface Potential Measurements as a Probe of the Charge Localization in Assemblies of Metallic Quantum Dots : a Computational Study. J. Chem. Phys., 2003. 119(8): p. 4550-4559.

77.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Voltage-Induced Phase Transition in Arrays of Metallic Nano Dots : Computed Transport and Surface Potential Structure. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2003. 82(25): p. 4543-4545.

76.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Voltage-Induced Non-Linear Characteristics of Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots. NanoLetters, 2002. 2(7): p. 697-701.

75.

K.C. Beverly, J.L. Sample, J.F. Sampaio, F. Remacle, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Quantum Dot Artificial Solids: Understanding the Static and Dynamic Role of Size and Packing Disorder. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2002. 99: p. 6456-6459.

74.

F. Remacle, K.C. Beverly, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Conductivity of 2D Ag Quantum Dots Arrays: Computational Study of the Role of Size and Packing Disorder at Low Temperature. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002. 106: p. 4116-4122.

73.

J.L. Wang, S. Kais, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Size Effects in Electronic Properties of Finite Arrays of Exchange Coupled Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002. 106(50): p. 12847-12850.

72.

F. Remacle, R. Weinkauf, D. Steinitz, K.L. Kompa, and R.D. Levine, Molecular Logic by Optical Spectroscopy with Output Transfer by Charge Migration Along a Peptide. Chem. Phys., 2002. 281: p. 363-372.

71.

D. Steinitz, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Spectroscopy, Control and Molecular Processing. ChemPhysChem., 2002. 3: p. 43-51.

70.

J.L. Sample, K.C. Berverly, P.R. Chaudhari, F. Remacle, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, Imaging Transport Disorder in Conducting Arrays of Metallic Quantum Dots : an Experimental and Computational Study. Adv. Mat., 2002. 14(2): p. 124-128.

69.

T. Witte, C. Bucher, F. Remacle, D. Proch, K.L. Kompa, and R.D. Levine, IR-UV Double-Resonance Photodissociation of Nitric Acid (HONO2) Viewed as Molecular Information Processing. Angew. Chem., 2001. 40: p. 2512-2514.

68.

Q. Shi, S. Kais, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, On the Crossing of Electronic Energy Levels of Diatomic Molecules in the Large-D Limit. J. Chem. Phys., 2001. 114(22): p. 9697-9705.

67.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Towards Molecular Logic Machines. J. Chem. Phys., 2001. 114(23): p. 10239-10246.

66.

F. Remacle, S. Speiser, and R.D. Levine, Intermolecular and Intramolecular Logic Gates. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2001. 105: p. 5589-5591.

65.

Q. Shi, S. Kais, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Electronic Isomorphism: Symmetry Breaking and Electronic Phase Diagrams for Diatomics at the Large-D Limit. ChemPhysChem., 2001. 2(7): p. 434-442.

64.

F. Remacle, E.W. Schlag, H. Selzle, K.L. Kompa, U. Even, and R.D. Levine, Logic Gates Using High Rydberg States. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2001. 98(6): p. 2973-2978.

63.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electron-Nuclear Dynamics in the Classical Limit for the Electronic Degrees of Freedom. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2001. 105(12): p. 2708-2715.

62.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Quantum Dots as Chemical Building Blocks: Elementary Theoretical Considerations. ChemPhysChem, 2001. 2: p. 20-36.

61.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Superexchange, Localized and Domain Localized Charge States for Intramolecular Electron Transfer in Large Molecules and in Arrays of Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2001. 105(11): p. 2153-2162.

60.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, On the Classical Limit for Electronic Structure and Dynamics in the Orbital Approximation. J. Chem. Phys., 2000. 113(11): p. 4515-4523.

59.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Broken Symmetry in the Density of Electronic States of an Array of Quantum Dots as Computed for Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2000. 104: p. 10435-10441.

58.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Electronic Response of Assemblies of Designer Atoms : The Metal - Insulator Transition and the Role of Disorder. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2000. 122: p. 4084-4091.

57.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Architecture with Designer Atoms : Simple Theoretical Considerations. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2000. 97: p. 553-558.

56.

F. Remacle, On Electronic Properties of Assemblies of Quantum Nanodots. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2000. 104: p. 4739-4747.

55.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Configuration Interaction Between Covalent and Ionic States in the Quantal and Semiclassical Limits with Application to Coherent and Hopping Charge Migration. J. Phys. Chem. A, 2000. 104(11): p. 2341-2350.

54.

F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, E.W. Schlag, and R. Weinkauf, Electronic Control of Site Selective Reactivity: A Model Combining Charge Migration and Dissociation. J. Phys. Chem. A, 1999. 103: p. 10149-10158.

53.

G. Markovich, C.P. Collier, S.E. Henrichs, F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and J.R. Heath, Architectonic Quantum Dot Solids. Acc. Chem. Res., 1999. 32: p. 415-423.

52.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Charge Migration and Control of Site Selective Reactivity: The Role of Covalent and Ionic States. J. Chem. Phys., 1999. 110: p. 5089-5099.

51.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, The Dynamics of Electron - Core Interaction in High Molecular Rydberg States, in The Role of Rydberg States in Spectroscopy and Reactivity, C. Sandorfy, Editor. 1999, Kluwer Academic: Dordrecht. p. 329-391.

50.

P. Urbain, B. Leyh, F. Remacle, and J.C. Lorquet, Unimolecular Reaction Dynamics From Kinetic Energy Release Distributions. IV. Dissociation of the Pyridine Ion. Int. J. Mass Spectr., 1999. 185/186/187: p. 155-163.

49.

P. Urbain, B. Leyh, F. Remacle, A.J. Lorquet, R. Flammang, and J.C. Lorquet, Unimolecular Reaction Dynamics From Kinetic Energy Release Distributions. III. A Comparative Study of the Halogenobenzene Cations. J. Chem. Phys., 1999. 110: p. 2911-2921.

48.

F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and M.A. Ratner, Charge Directed Reactivity: a Simple Electronic Model Exhibiting Site Selectivity for the Dissociation of Ions. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1998. 285: p. 25-33.

47.

H. Selzle, E.W. Schlag, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Two Classes of ZEKE Spectroscopy. Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communication, 1998. 63: p. 1143-1151.

46.

F. Remacle and M.J.J. Vrakking, Decay Dynamics of the Predissociating High Rydberg States of NO. J. Phys. Chem. A, 1998. 102(R. D. Levine): p. 9507-9517.

45.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Prompt and Delayed Dissociation of Energy Rich Molecules. J. Phys. Chem. A, 1998. 102: p. 10195-10198.

44.

F. Remacle, C.P. Collier, G. Markovitch, J.R. Heath, U. Banin, and R.D. Levine, Networks of Quantum Nano Dots : The Role of Disorder in Modifying Electronic and Optical Properties. J. Phys. Chem. B, 1998. 102: p. 7727-7734.

43.

F. Remacle, C.P. Collier, J.R. Heath, and R.D. Levine, The Transition from Localized to Collective Electronic States in a Silver Quantum Dots Monolayer Examined by Nonlinear Optical Response. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1998. 291: p. 453-458.

42.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, A Maximum Entropy Error Bound for Monte Carlo Sampling. Open Sys. & Information Dyn., 1998. 5: p. 303-317.

41.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, On the Inverse Born-Oppenheimer Separation for High Rydberg States of Molecules. Int. J. Quant. Chem., 1998. 67: p. 85-100.

40.

P. Urbain, B. Leyh, F. Remacle, and J.C. Lorquet, Unimolecular Reactions Dynamics from Kinetic Energy Release. Advances in Mass Spectrometry., 1997. 14: p. A6_2960.

39.

F. Remacle, Time and Frequency Resolved ZEKE Spectra and the Interseries Dynamics of High Molecular Rydberg States. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London A, 1997. 355: p. 1701-1705.

38.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Time and Frequency Resolved Spectra of High Molecular Rydberg Statesby Dynamical Computations. J. Chem. Phys., 1997. 107: p. 3392-3401.

37.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Physical Aspects and Quantitative Theory of Time Resolved Spectroscopy of High Molecular Rydberg States. J. Chem. Phys., 1997. 107: p. 3382-3391.

36.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Dynamic Bottlenecks and the Extreme Stability of High Rydberg States. Models in Chemistry ACH, 1997. 134: p. 619-636.

35.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Rotational Autoionization and Interseries Coupling of High Rydberg States by the Anisotropy of the Molecular Core: The Quantal Long Time Evolution. J. Chem. Phys., 1996. 105: p. 4649-4663.

34.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Towards an Algebraic Approach to the Quantal Time Evolution of High Rydberg States. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1996. 258: p. 601-606.

33.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Unimolecular Dissociation from a Dense Set of States. J. Phys. Chem., 1996. 100(J. L. Kinsey): p. 7962-7971.

32.

L.Y. Baranov, F. Remacle, and R.D. Levine, Rydberg States about Dipolar Cores : The Quantum Dynamics of the Long Range Anisotropic Interaction. Phys. Rev. A, 1996. 54: p. 4789-4801.

31.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Intramolecular Dynamics in a Congested Set of States: A Reduced Description of the Quantal Long Time Evolution with Application to High Rydberg States. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1996. 257: p. 110-118.

30.

F. Remacle, U. Even, and R.D. Levine, Time and Frequency Resolved ZEKE Spectroscopy. J. Phys. Chem., 1996. 100: p. 19735-19739.

29.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Comment on the Inversion of Raman Excitation Profiles. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1996. 260: p. 507-510.

28.

F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, E.W. Schlag, H.L. Selzle, and A. Held, Electric Field Effects on Long Living ZEKE States. J. Phys. Chem., 1996. 100: p. 15320-15327.

27.

P. Urbain, F. Remacle, B. Leyh, and J.C. Lorquet, Unimolecular Reaction Dynamics from Kinetic Energy Release Distributions 2. A Study of the Reaction C6H5Br+ Æ C6H5+ + Br by the Maximum Entropy Method. J. Phys. Chem., 1996. 100(J. L. Kinsey): p. 8003-8007.

26.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, On the Quantum Mechanical Theory of Unimolecular Reactions Through a Narrow Bottleneck: The Prompt and the Delayed Dissociation. Mol. Phys., 1996. 87: p. 899-917.

25.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Generalized Eigenstates of the Rate Matrix in Resonance Scattering Theory: Trapping Eigenstates. Phys. Lett. A, 1996. 211: p. 284-288.

24.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Decay of High Rydberg States: A Paradigm for Intramolecular Dynamics in a Congested Bound Level Structure Coupled to a Continuum. J. Chem. Phys., 1996. 104: p. 1399-1414.

23.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Spectra, Rates and Intramolecular Dynamics, in Dynamics of Molecules and Chemical Reactions, R.E. Wyatt and J.Z.H. Zhang, Editors. 1996, Marcel Dekker: New York. p. 1-59.

22.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Photoselective Chemistry, in The 1996 Mc Graw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. 1996, Mc Graw-Hill: New York. p. 251-255.

21.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Overlapping Resonances, Multiple Time Regime Evolution Laws and the Sampling of Phase Space in Unimolecular Processes. J. of Chinese Chem. Soc., 1995. 42: p. 381-392.

20.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Interference Effects in Products’ States Distribution Using Time Domain Information. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1994. 225: p. 503-510.

19.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Time Domain Information from Frequency or Time Resolved Experiments Using Maximum Entropy. J. Phys. Chem., 1993. 97: p. 12553-12560.

18.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Time Domain Information from Resonant Raman Excitation Profiles : a Direct Inversion by Maximum Entropy. J. Chem. Phys., 1993. 99: p. 4908-4925.

17.

F. Remacle, J.C. Lorquet, and R.D. Levine, Unimolecular Dissociation of Selectively Excited Polyatomic Molecules. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1993. 209: p. 315-324.

16.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Maximum Entropy Spectral Fluctuations and the Sampling of Phase Space. J. Chem. Phys., 1993. 99: p. 2383-2395.

15.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Prompt and Delayed Ionization of Large Molecules. Phys. Lett. A, 1993. 173: p. 284-287.

14.

F. Remacle, R.D. Levine, and J.L. Kinsey, The Determination of Time Crosscorrelation Functions by Inversion of Raman Excitation Profiles. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1993. 205: p. 267-270.

13.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, The Sequential Exploration of Phase Space in Selectively Excited Polyatomic Molecules. J. Chem. Phys., 1993. 98: p. 2144-2159.

12.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Intramolecular Dynamics, in Time Dependent Quantum Mechanics : Experiment and Theory, J. Broeckhove and L. Lathouwers, Editors. 1992, Plenum: New York. p. 172-184.

11.

M. Desouter-Lecomte and F. Remacle, Local Decoupling of a Bunch of Resonances and Associated Trapping Effects. Chem. Phys., 1992. 164: p. 11-22.

10.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, Does A Dissociating Molecule Sample the Available Phase Space. J. Phys. Chem., 1991. 95: p. 7124-7127.

9.

F. Remacle and R.D. Levine, The Maximum Entropy of an Optical Spectrum and the Redistribution in Phase Space. Chem. Phys. Lett., 1991. 181: p. 307-311.

8.

F. Remacle, M. Desouter-Lecomte, and J.C. Lorquet, Quantum Effects in Competitive Unimolecular Reactions. Chem. Phys., 1991. 153: p. 201-217.

7.

F. Remacle, M. Munster, V.B. Pavlov-Verevkin, and M. Desouter-Lecomte, Trapping in Competitive Decay of Degenerate States. Phys. Lett. A, 1990. 145: p. 265-268.

6.

F. Remacle, M. Desouter-Lecomte, V.B. Pavlov-Verevkin, and J.C. Lorquet, Nonstatistical Effects in Unimolecular Reactions. Adv. in Mass Spectrometry, 1989. 11: p. 742-743.

5.

F. Remacle, M. Desouter-Lecomte, and J.C. Lorquet, Extracting Laws of Decay in the Femto-picosecond Range From Autocorrelation Functions. J. Chem. Phys., 1989. 91: p. 4155-4168.

4.

J.C. Lorquet, B. Leyh-Nihant, and F. Remacle, Nonadiabatic Effects in Unimolecular Reactions of Ionized Molecules, R. Namaan and Z. Vager, Editors. 1989, Plenum: New York. p. 261-263.

3.

F. Remacle, D. Dehareng, and J.C. Lorquet, Nonadiabatic Unimolecular Reactions II. Isotopic Effects on the Kinetic Energy Release. J. Phys. Chem., 1988. 92: p. 4784-4787.

2.

F. Remacle, S. Petitjean, D. Dehareng, and J.C. Lorquet, Ab Initio Study of the Isomerization and Fragmentation of the CHO2+ Ions : An Example of Spin Controlled Reactions. Int. J. Mass Spectr. Ion Proc., 1987. 77: p. 187-201.

1.

J.C. Lorquet, B. Leyh-Nihant, F. Remacle, and C. Krier, Anomalous Effects in Fragmentations patterns, in 35th ASMS Conferences of Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics. 1987, wiley. p. 347-348.