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Prof. Henrik Cederquist

 

Atomic Physics
Physics Department
AlbaNova University Center
Roslagstullbacken 21
S-10691 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone:++46-(0)8-55378626
Phone:++46-(0)8-55378601
email: cederquist@physto.se

 
 
Short curriculum vitae
Master of Engineering (“Civilingenjör, Teknisk Fysik”) Royal Institute of Technology KTH, Stockholm
PhD (Physics), Research Institute of Physics and KTH
Docent (Physics), Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Associate Professor, Stockholm University
Professor (Experimental Atomic Physics ( Stockholm University))

Research group
http://www.atom.physto.se/Cederquist/  

Interests within astrobiology
Interactions and reactions with cold molecular ions
The stability and formations of clusters
Reactions with bio-molecules
Atomic spectroscopy


Papers with relation to astrobiology


J. U. Andersen, H. Cederquist, J. S. Forster, B. A. Huber, P. Hvelplund, J. Jensen, B. Liu, B. Manil, L. Maunoury, S. Brøndsted Nielsen, U. V. Pedersen, J. Rangama, H. T. Schmidt, S. Tomita and H. Zettergren: ‘Photodissociation of protonated amino acids and peptides in an ion storage ring. Determination of Arrhenius parameters in the high-temperature limit’, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 6 , 2676 (2004)

B. Manil, L. Maunoury, B.A. Huber, J. Jensen, H. T. Schmidt, H. Zettergren, H. Cederquist, S. Tomita and P. Hvelplund: ‘Highly charged clusters of fullerenes: charge mobility and appearance size’ , Phys. Rev. Lett. 91 , 215504 (2003)

P. Hvelplund, B. Liu, S. B. Nielsen, S. Tomita, H. Cederquist, J. Jensen, H. T. Schmidt, and H. Zettergren: ‘Electron Capture and Loss by Protonated Peptides and Proteins in Collisions with C 60 and Na’, Eur. Phys. J. D 22, 75 (2003)

 

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