Research in the Suits group employs a broad range of experimental techniques to probe fundamental chemical reaction dynamics and photochemistry.
Many of these use DC slice velocity map imaging and other methods to probe scattering in crossed or co-propagating molecular beams revealing new dynamical insights or exploring cold quantum-controlled collisions. We also investigate a range of fundamental issues in photochemistry including quantum aspects of roaming radical reactions, atomic orbital polarization in photodissociation, and Coulomb Explosion Imaging as a probe of ultrafast dynamics.
In other studies we combine Uniform Supersonic Flows from Laval nozzles with new probe techniques to study reaction kinetics and dynamics and low temperature.
Links above provide details regarding the different instruments in the group.