PHYSWednesday, March 28, 2007

8:00 AM-12:00 PM McCormick Place South -- Room S401A, Level 4, Oral
Implications and Applications of Chirality in Physical Chemistry
Emerging Probes of Chiral Molecules and Their Interactions
Organizers:T. Daniel Crawford
Patrick H. Vaccaro
Kenneth B. Wiberg
Presiding:Michael D. Barnes
8:00 AMChiral recognition in jet-cooled complexes
Anne Zehnacker-Rentien, Katia Le Barbu-Debus
8:40 AMExperimental measurements with chiral synchrotron radiation
Clifford Sanders, Roger WC. Hansen, Patricia Ann Snyder
9:00 AMExploring chirality and chiral recognition on the molecular level using experimental spectroscopic and ab initio methods
Yunjie Xu
9:40 AMIntermission
10:00 AMPhotoelectron circular dichroism from randomly oriented enantiomers
Ivan Powis
10:40 AMIntrinsic optical activity: Influence of conformational effects and solute-solvent perturbations
Patrick H. Vaccaro, Kenneth B. Wiberg, Shaun M. Wilson, Yi-gui Wang, James R. Cheeseman, Michael J. Frisch
11:00 AMCoherent control of chiral systems
Paul Brumer
11:40 AMNew approaches to optical activity measurements
Ambarish Ghosh, Peer Fischer

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The 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007