Douglas Davis

Professor Emeritus

Georgia Institute of Technology

School of Earth and

Atmospheric Sciences (EAS)

Scientific Publications

Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry Technique for the detection of Dimethylsulfoxide and Ammonia, Nowak, J., L. Huey, F. Eisele, D. Tanner, R. Mauldin, C. Cantrell, E. Kosciuch, and D. Davis, J. Geophys. Res., 107, 4363, 2002. View PDF

An Airborne Compatible Photofragmentation Two-Photon Laser-Induced Fluorescence Instrument for Measuring Background Tropospheric Levels of NO, NO x, and NO 2, Sandholm, S., J. Bradshaw, M.O. Rodgers, S. Dorris, and D.D. Davis, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 10155-10161, 1990. [54] View PDF

Atmospheric Ammonia Measurement Using a VUV/Photofragmentation Laser-Induced Fluor-escence Technique, Schendel, J. S., R.E. Stickel, C.A. Van Dijk, S.T. Sandholm, D.D. Davis, and J.D. Bradshaw, Appl. Opt., 29, 4924-4937, 1990. [20] View PDF

A UV Photofragmentation/Laser-Induced Fluorescence Sensor of the Atmospheric Detection of HONO, Rodgers, M. O., and D. D. Davis, Environ. Sci. & Technol., 23, p. 1106, 1989. [16] View PDF

A Two-Photon Laser-Induced Fluorescence Instrument for the Detection of Atmospheric NO, Bradshaw, J. D., M. O. Rodgers, S. T. Sandholm, S. KeSheng, and D. D. Davis, J. Geophys. Res., 90, p. 12,861, 1985. [53] View PDF

A Two- λ Laser-Induced Fluorescence Instrument for the Detection of Atmospheric OH, Rodgers, M. O., J. D. Bradshaw, S. T. Sandholm, and D. D. Davis, J. Geophys. Res., 90, p. 12,819, 1985. [34] View PDF

Sequential Two-Photon Laser-Induced Fluorescence: A New Technique for Detecting Hydroxyl Radicals, Bradshaw, J. D., M. O. Rodgers, and D. D. Davis, Appl. Optics, 23, p. 2134, July 1, 1984. [22] View PDF

Single-Photon/Laser-Induced Fluorescence Detection of NO and SO 2 Under Conditions of Atmo­spheric Composition and Pressure, Bradshaw, J. D., M. O. Rodgers, and D. D. Davis, Appl. Optics, 21, p. 2493, 1982. [20] View PDF

Sequential Two-Photon Laser-Induced Fluorescence, A New Method for Detecting Atmospheric Trace Levels of NO, Bradshaw, J. D., and D.D. Davis, Optics Letts. 7, No. 5, p. 224, 1982. [20] View PDF

Photofragmentation-Laser Induced Fluorescence: A New Method for Detecting Atmospheric Trace Gases, Rodgers, M. O., K. Asai, and D. D. Davis, Appl. Optics, 19, 3597, 1980. [31] View PDF

An Airborne Laser Induced Fluorescence System for Measuring OH and Other Trace Gases in the Parts-Per-Quadrillion to Parts-Per-Trillion Range, Davis, D. D., W. S. Heaps, D. Philen, M.O. Rodgers, A. Nelson and A. J. Moriarty, Review of Scientific Instruments, 50, 1505, 1979. [36] View PDF

A Flash Photolysis Resonance Fluorescence Kinetics Study: Temperature Dependence on the Reaction of OH with CO and CH 4, Davis, D. D., R. Schiff and S. Fischer, J. Chem. Phys., 61, No. 5, p. 2213, 1974. [99]

A Flash Photolysis Resonance Fluorescence Study of the Reactions of Atomic Hydrogen and Molecular Oxygen: H + O 2 + M HO 2 + M., Wong, W., and D.D. Davis, Int. J. Chem. Kin., VI, p. 401, 1974. [58]

A Laser Flash Photolysis Resonance Fluorescence Kinetic Study: Reaction of O( 3P) with O 3, Davis, D. D., W. Wong and J. Lephardt, Chem. Phys. Lett., 22, p. 273, 1973. [41] View PDF

Sulfur Atoms: II. Rate Parameters for Reaction of S( 3P) with C 2H 4, Davis, D. D., W. Braun, M. Pilling and R. Klemm, Int. J. Chem. Kin., VI, p. 383, 1972. [22]

Absolute Rate Constants for Reaction of Atomic Oxygen with 1-Butene Over the Temperature Range of 259 to 493 k, Huie, R., J. Herron and D. D. Davis, J. Phys. Chem., 75, p. 3902, 1971. [28] View PDF

A Review of Two New Techniques for Determining Absolute Reaction Rates for Atomic Species, Davis, D. D., W. Braun and A. M. Bass, Chem. Eng. News, 47, No. 1, p. 37, 1969. [0]

Kinetic Spectroscopic Studies of C1( 2P 3/2 2 ) in the Vacuum Ultraviolet, Donovan, R. D., D. Husain, D. D. Davis, A. N. Bass and W. Braun, J. Chem. Phys., 50, p. 4115, 1969. [27] View PDF

Intense Vacuum Ultraviolet Atomic Line Sources, Davis, D. D., and W. Braun, Appl. Optics, 7, p. 2071, 1968. [126] View PDF

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