papers from the 1990’s

49.“Characterization of Amorphous Hydrogenated Carbon using Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy,” Karen C. Bustillo, Mark A. Petrich, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Chemistry of Materials, 2 202 (1990).

50.“Oxygen-17 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Lanthanum Strontium Copper Oxide,” Marjorie S. Went and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Chemistry of Materials 2 389 (1990).

51.“A Compact, High Temperature Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Probe For Use in a Narrow-Bore Superconducting Magnet,” Stuart B. Adler, James N. Michaels, and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 61 3368 (1990).

52.“Investigation of Microstructure in poly (p-hydroxybenzoic acid/ethylene terephthalate) Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy,” Karl R. Amundson, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Morton M. Denn, Macromolecules 24 3250 (1991).

53.“Anomalous etch rates of photoresist with argon dilution of CF4-O2 plasma afterglows,” Milo Koretsky and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Applied Physics Letters 59 1547 (1991).

54.“Magnetic Resonance Studies of ammonia adsorption and decomposition on titania-supported vanadia catalysts,” Marjorie S. Went and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of the American Chemical Society 114 5768 (1992).

55.“Magnetic resonance studies of polypeptide adsorption on silica and hydroxyapatite surfaces,” Veronica L. Fernandez, Morton M. Denn, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of the American Chemical Society 114 9634 (1992).

56.“A Simple Model for the Etching of Photoresist with Plasma-Generated Reactants,” Milo D. Koretsky and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Applied Physics, 72 5081 (1992).

57.“Hydrodenitrogenation of Quinoline over High Surface Area Mo2N,” K.S. Lee, H. Abe, J.A. Reimer, A.T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis, 139 34 (1993).

58.“Spin Polarized 129Xe NMR Study of a Polymer Surface,” D. Raftery, L. Reven, H. Long, A. Pines, P. Tang, and J.A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97 1649 (1993).

59.“Comparison of the Dynamics and Orientation of Chemisorbed Benzene and Pyridene on -Mo2N,” Phillip A. Armstrong, Alexis T. Bell, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 97 1952 (1993).

60.“The Effect of Electric Field Gradient Asymmetry on Motionally Averaged Spin-1 Powder Patterns,” Phillip A. Armstrong, Alexis T. Bell, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Solid State Magnetic Resonance, 2 1 (1993).

61.“Dynamic Monte Carlo Simulation of Spin-Lattice Relaxation of Quadrupolar Nuclei in Solids: Oxygen-17 in Yttria-Doped Ceria,” Stuart B. Adler, Jacob W. Smith, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Chemical Physics 98 7613 (1993).

62.“Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of blends containing poly (ethylene terephthalate) (PET) and poly (p- hydroxybenzoic acid co p- hydroxynapthoic acid) (Vectra-A),” Pei Tang, Jeffrey A. Reimer and Morton M. Denn, Macromolecules 26 4269 (1993).

63.“Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ethene Adsorption on Alumina-Supported Platinum Surfaces,” Janet Griffiths, Alexis T. Bell, and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 97 9161 (1993).

64.“High Field Cross Polarization NMR from Laser Polarized Xenon to a Polymer Surface,” H.W. Long, H.C. Gaede, J. Shore, C.R. Bowers, A. Pines, P. Tang, J.A. Reimer, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Note 115 8491 (1993).

65.“Chemical Structure and Oxygen Dynamics in Ba2In2O5,” Stuart B. Adler, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Jay Baltisberger, and Ulrike Werner, Journal of the American Chemical Society 116 675 (1994).

66.“Determination of the Al-H and H-H Internuclear Distances in ZSM-5 using NMR Spectroscopy,” Nicholas P. Kenaston, Alexis T. Bell, and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 894 (1994).

67.“Magnetic Resonance Studies of Propene Adsorbed on Alumina-Supported Platinum Surfaces,” Janet Griffiths, Alexis T. Bell, and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 1918 (1994).

68.“Local Structure, Vacancy Ordering, and Oxide-ion Motion in Defective Perovskites,” Stuart B. Adler, Steven Russek, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Mark Fendorf, Angelica Stacy, Qingzhen Huang, Antonio Santoro, Jeffrey Lynn, Jay Baltisberger, Ulrike Werner, Solid State Ionics 68 193 (1994).

69.“Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of Copper Ion-exchanged ZSM-5,” Sarah C. Larsen, Adam Aylor, Alexis T. Bell, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 11533 (1994).

70.“High-Field Cross Polarization NMR from Laser-Polarized Xenon to Surface Nuclei,” H.C. Gaede, Y.-Q. Song, R.E. Taylor, E.J. Munson, J.A. Reimer, and A. Pines, Applied Magnetic Resonance 8 373-384 (1995).

71.“An Infrared Study of NO Decomposition over Cu-ZSM5,” Adam W. Aylor, Sarah C. Larsen, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis 157 592 (1995).

72.“An infrared study of NO reduction by CH4 over Co-ZSM-5,” A.W. Aylor, L.J. Lobree, J.A. Reimer, A.T. Bell, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, J.W. Hightower, W.N. Delgass, E. Iglesia, A.T. Bell, eds., Vol 101, 661 (1996).

73. “Optical Pumping in Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance,” Robert Tycko and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 13240 (1996).

74.“High-Temperature 17O NMR as a Probe of Electron Localization and Structure in Transition Metal Oxides,” Stuart B. Adler and Jeffrey A. Reimer, Solid State Ionics, 1996 91 175.

75.“Quantitative Solid-State NMR Spectra of CO Adsorbed from Aqueous Solution Onto a Commercial Electrode,” Mark S. Yahnke, Benjamin M. Rush, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Elton J. Cairns, Communication, Journal of the American Chemical Society 1996 118 12250.

76.“Optically Enhanced NMR of Plastically-Deformed GaAs,” T. Pietrass, AA. Bifone, J. Kruger, J.A. Reimer, A. Pines, Physical Review B15 1997 55 4050.

77.“ 65Cu NMR Spectroscopy of Cu-exchanged ZSM-5 Catalysts,” Sanlin Hu, Jeffrey A. Reimer and Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1997 101 1869.

78.“The Role of Cyanide Species in the Reduction of NO by CH4 over Co-ZSM-5,” Lisa J. Lobree, Adam W. Aylor, Jeffrey A. Reimer, and Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis 1997 169 188.

79.“NO adsorption, desorption and reduction by CH4 over Mn-ZSM-5,” Adam W. Aylor, Lisa J. Lobree, Jeffrey A. Reimer, and Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis 1997 170 390.

80.“Oxygen Motion in Simple and Complex Oxides,” Jeffrey A. Reimer and Stuart B. Adler, in Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy of Inorganic Materials, J.J. Fitzgerald, Ed., ACS Symposium Series 1999 717 156.

81.“ 1H NMR Relaxation Study of Chain Motions in Fully Aromatic Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymers,” Michael Gentzler, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Morton M. Denn, Macromolecules 1997 30 8365.

82.“A Multinuclear NMR Study of Enzyme Hydration in an Organic Solvent,” Christopher S. Lee, Mathias Haake, Jonathan Dordick, Jeffrey A. Reimer, and Douglas S. Clark, Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1998 57 686.

83.“Surface Enhanced NMR Using Continuous-Flow Laser-Polarized Xenon,” Mathias Haake, Alexander Pines, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Roberto Seydoux, Communication, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1997 119 11711.

84.“Investigations of the Dispersion of Pd in H-ZSM-5,” Adam W. Aylor, Lisa J. Lobree, Jeffrey A. Reimer, and Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis 1997 172 453.

85.“Single-Input, Double-Tuned Circuit for Double Resonance NMR Experiments,” Sanlin Hu, Jeffrey A. Reimer and Alexis T. Bell, Reviews of Scientific Instruments 1998 69 477.

86.“Surface NMR Using Laser-polarized 129Xe under Magic Angle Spinning Conditions,” E. Brunner, R. Seydoux, M. Haake, A. Pines, and J.A. Reimer, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 1998 130 145.

87.“Enhancement of 13C NMR signals in solid C60 and C70 using laser-polarized xenon,” E. Brunner, M. Haake, A. Pines, J.A. Reimer, and R. Seydoux, Chemical Physics Letters 1998 290 112.

88.“Molecular Motion and Orientation Distributions in Melt-Processed, Fully Aromatic Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polyesters from 1H NMR,” Michael Gentzler, Siddharth Patil, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Morton M. Denn, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 1998 12 97.

89.“Supertransferred Hyperfine Fields at Li-7: Variable Temperature Li-7 NMR Studies of LiMn2O4-based Spinels,” Becky Gee, Craig R. Horne, E.J. Cairns, J.A. Reimer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 1998 102 10142.

90.“Optimizing the Salt-induced Activation of Enzymes in Organic Solvents: Effects of Lyophilization Time and Water Content,” Michael T. Ru, J.S. Dordick, J.A. Reimer, D.S. Clark, Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1999 63 233.

91.“NO reduction by CH4 in the presence of O2 over Pd-H-ZSM-5,” Lisa J. Lobree, Adam W. Aylor, J.A. Reimer and A. T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis 1999 181 189.

92.“Gas Flow MRI Using Circulating Laser-Polarized 129Xe,” E. Brunner, M. Haake, L. Kaiser, A. Pines, and J.A. Reimer, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 1999 138 155.

93.“NMR with a Continuously Circulating Flow of Laser-Polarized 129Xe,” Roberto Seydoux, Alexander Pines, Mathias Haake and Jeffrey A. Reimer, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1999 103 4629.

94.“Structure and density of Mo and acid sites in Mo-exchanged H-ZSM5 catalysts for nonoxidative methane conversion,” R.W. Borry, Y.H. Kim, A. Huffsmith, J.A. Reimer, E. Iglesia, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 1999 103 5787.

95.“GaAs nanostructures and films deposited by a Cu-vapor Laser,” L.N. Dinh, S. Hayes, C. Saw, W. McLean II, M. Balooch, J.A. Reimer, Applied Physics Letters, 1999 75 2208.

96.“Investigations of the State of Fe in H-ZSM-5,” Lisa J. Lobree, In-Chul Hwang, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Alexis T. Bell, Journal of Catalysis, 1999 186 242-253.

97.“An in-situ Infrared Study of NO Reduction by C3H8 over Fe-ZSM-5,” Lisa J. Lobree, In-Chul Hwang, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Alexis T. Bell, Catalysis Letters 1999 63 233.

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