|Reactions of the methylidine radical with CH_4_, C_2_H_2_, C_2_H_4_, C_2_H_6_, and but-1-ene studied between 23 and 295K with a CRESU apparatus.|
A Canosa, IR Sims, D Travers, IWM Smith, BR Rowe
Astronomy and Astrophysics 323, 644-651, 1997
|Laser induced fluorescence and vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopic studies of H‐atom production in the dissociative recombination of some protonated ions|
NG Adams, CR Herd, M Geoghegan, D Smith, A Canosa, JC Gomet, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 94 (7), 4852-4857, 1991
|Kinetics and Dynamics of the Reaction at Very Low Temperatures and Collision Energies|
C Berteloite, M Lara, A Bergeat, SD Le Picard, F Dayou, KM Hickson, ...
Physical Review Letters 105 (20), 203201, 2010
|The rate of the F + H2 reaction at very low temperatures|
M Tizniti, SD Le Picard, F Lique, C Berteloite, A Canosa, MH Alexander, ...
Nature Chemistry 6 (2), 141, 2014
|Critical review of N, N+, N+ 2, N++, and N++ 2 main production processes and reactions of relevance to Titan's atmosphere|
O Dutuit, N Carrasco, R Thissen, V Vuitton, C Alcaraz, P Pernot, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 204 (2), 20, 2013
|How measurements of rate coefficients at low temperature increase the predictivity of photochemical models of Titan’s atmosphere|
E Hébrard, M Dobrijevic, P Pernot, N Carrasco, A Bergeat, KM Hickson, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113 (42), 11227-11237, 2009
|Kinetics over a wide range of temperature (13–744 K): Rate constants for the reactions of with and and for the removal of by and |
RA Brownsword, A Canosa, BR Rowe, IR Sims, IWM Smith, DWA Stewart, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 106 (18), 7662-7677, 1997
|Dissociative Recombination: Theory, Experiment and Applications|
BR Rowe, JBA Mitchell, A Canosa, TJ Millar
Astrophysics and Space Science 215 (1), 150-152, 1994
|Further measurements of the H+3(v=0,1,2) dissociative recombination rate coefficient|
A Canosa, JC Gomet, BR Rowe, JBA Mitchell, JL Queffelec
The Journal of Chemical Physics 97 (2), 1028-1037, 1992
|The thermodynamics of the elusive HO3 radical|
SD Le Picard, M Tizniti, A Canosa, IR Sims, IWM Smith
Science 328 (5983), 1258-1262, 2010
|A further study of HCO+ dissociative recombination|
BR Rowe, JC Gomet, A Canosa, C Rebrion, JBA Mitchell
The Journal of chemical physics 96 (2), 1105-1110, 1992
|Dissociative recombination of : A reexamination|
FB Yousif, JBA Mitchell, M Rogelstad, A Le Paddelec, A Canosa, ...
Physical Review A 49 (6), 4610, 1994
|New measurements of H3 (+) and HCO (+) dissociative recombination rate coefficient|
A Canosa, BR Rowe, JC Gomet, C Rebrion, JBA Mitchell
Astronomy and Astrophysics 248, L19-L21, 1991
|The Si (PJ)+ O reaction: A fast source of SiO at very low temperature; CRESU measurements and interstellar consequences|
SD Le Picard, A Canosa, C Rebrion-Rowe, BR Rowe
Astronomy & Astrophysics 372 (3), 1064-1070, 2001
|The reaction of anthracene with radicals: An experimental study of the kinetics between 58 and |
F Goulay, C Rebrion-Rowe, JL Le Garrec, SD Le Picard, A Canosa, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (10), 104308, 2005
|Infrared spectroscopy of nanoparticles flowing in a uniform supersonic expansion|
A Bonnamy, R Georges, A Benidar, J Boissoles, A Canosa, BR Rowe
The Journal of chemical physics 118 (8), 3612-3621, 2003
|Rate Constants for the Relaxation of CH(X2Π,ν=1) by CO and N2 at Temperatures from 23 to 584 K|
LB Herbert, IR Sims, IWM Smith, DWA Stewart, AC Symonds, A Canosa, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (36), 14928-14935, 1996
|An experimental study of the reaction kinetics of C2 (X1Σg+) with hydrocarbons (CH4, C2H2, C2H4, C2H6 and C3H8) over the temperature range 24–300 K: Implications for the …|
A Canosa, A Páramo, SD Le Picard, IR Sims
Icarus 187 (2), 558-568, 2007
|Low temperature (39–298 K) kinetics study of the reactions of the C4H radical with various hydrocarbons observed in Titan's atmosphere|
C Berteloite, SD Le Picard, P Birza, MC Gazeau, A Canosa, Y Bénilan, ...
Icarus 194 (2), 746-757, 2008
|Experimental and Theoretical Kinetics for the Reaction of Al with O2 at Temperatures between 23 and 295 K|
SD Le Picard, A Canosa, D Travers, D Chastaing, BR Rowe, T Stoecklin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 101 (51), 9988-9992, 1997