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Publications:  Dr Sarantos Marinakis

Lique F, MARINAKIS S, Viti S et al.(2017). Collisional excitation of interstellar PO(X ^2Π) by He: new ab initio potential energy surfaces and scattering calculations. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
MARINAKIS S, Dellis D, Samios J et al.(2017). An investigation of thermodynamics, microscopic structure, depolarized Rayleigh scattering, and collision dynamics in Xe-N2 supercritical mixtures. Journal of Molecular Liquids
MARINAKIS S, Sarma G, Kumar Saha A et al.(2017). Collision energy dependence of state-to-state differential cross sections for rotationally inelastic scattering of H2O by He. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Marinakis S, Kalugina Y, Lique F(2016). The hyperfine excitation of OH radicals by He. EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL D vol. 70, (4) Article ARTN 97,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). What does the future hold for microwave? Medicine. is. Episode 7,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). What does the future hold for microwave? "Microwave effect". is. Episode 6,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). Possible health effects of magnetic fields. is. Episode 5,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). Experimental and theoretical approaches. is. Episode 4,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). Setting the problem. is. Episode 3,
MARINAKIS S, Howard, B (2015). Nitric Oxide (NO). is. Episode 2,
Howard B, Marinakis S (2015). Microwave Radiation. is. Episode 1,
Marinakis S, Dean IL, K¿os J et al.(2015). Collisional excitation of CH(X²Π) by He: new ab initio potential energy surfaces and scattering calculations. Phys Chem Chem Phys vol. 17, (33) 21583-21593.
Hockley R, Irshad H, Sheriff TS et al.(2015). Crystal structure of bromido-nitro-syl-bis(tri-phenyl-phosphane-κP)nickel(II). Acta Crystallogr E Crystallogr Commun vol. 71, (Pt 4) m87-m88.
Sarma G, Saha AK, ter Meulen JJ et al.(2015). Differential and integral cross sections in OH(X) + Xe collisions. J Chem Phys vol. 142, (3)
Kalugina Y, Lique F, Marinakis S(2014). New ab initio potential energy surfaces for the ro-vibrational excitation of OH(X(2)Π) by He. Phys Chem Chem Phys vol. 16, (26) 13500-13507.
Dubernet M-L, Alexander MH, Ba YA et al.(2013). BASECOL2012: A collisional database repository and web service within the Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Centre (VAMDC). ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS vol. 553, Article ARTN A50,
Denis-Alpizar O, Stoecklin T, Halvick P et al.(2012). Potential energy surface and rovibrational energy levels of the H2-CS van der Waals complex. J Chem Phys vol. 137, (23)
Sarma G, Marinakis S, ter Meulen JJ et al.(2012). Inelastic scattering of hydroxyl radicals with helium and argon by velocity-map imaging. Nat Chem vol. 4, (12) 985-989.
Brouard M, Chadwick H, Chang Y-P et al.(2012). The hyperfine structure of NO(A(2)Sigma(+)). JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY vol. 282, 42-49.
Marinakis S, Howard BJ, Aoiz FJ et al.(2011). Product rotational alignment in NO(X) plus Kr collisions. CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS vol. 512, (4-6) 161-166.
Aoiz FJ, Verdasco JE, Brouard M et al.(2009). Inelastic scattering of He atoms and NO(X2Pi) molecules: the role of parity on the differential cross section. J Phys Chem A vol. 113, (52) 14636-14649.
Paterson G, Marinakis S, K¿os J et al.(2009). Depolarisation of rotational orientation and alignment in OH (X(2)Pi) + Xe collisions. Phys Chem Chem Phys vol. 11, (39) 8804-8812.
Paterson G, Marinakis S, Costen ML et al.(2009). Depolarisation of rotational orientation and alignment of OH (X(2)Pi) in collisions with molecular partners: N(2) and O(2). Phys Chem Chem Phys vol. 11, (39) 8813-8820.
Paterson G, Marinakis S, Costen ML et al.(2009). Erratum: "Orientation and alignment depolarization in OH(X 2Pi)+Ar/He collisions" [J. Chem. Phys. 129, 074304 (2008)]. J Chem Phys vol. 131, (15)
Paterson G, Marinakis S, Costen ML et al. (2009). Depolarization of rotational angular momentum in open-shell collisions: OH plus rare gases. PHYSICA SCRIPTA. vol. 80,
Brouard M, Bryant A, Chang Y-P et al.(2009). Collisional depolarization of OH(A) with Ar: Experiment and theory. J Chem Phys vol. 130, (4)
Paterson G, Marinakis S, Costen ML et al.(2008). Orientation and alignment depolarization in OH(X 2Pi)+Ar/He collisions. J Chem Phys vol. 129, (7)
Chalaris M, Marinakis S, Dellis D(2008). Temperature effects on the structure and dynamics of liquid dimethyl sulfoxide: A molecular dynamics study. FLUID PHASE EQUILIBRIA vol. 267, (1) 47-60.
Costen ML, Marinakis S, McKendrick KG(2008). Do vectors point the way to understanding energy transfer in molecular collisions?. Chem Soc Rev vol. 37, (4) 732-743.
Marinakis S, Paterson G, Richmond G et al.(2008). Rotational angular momentum polarization: the influence of stray magnetic fields. J Chem Phys vol. 128, (2)
Marinakis S, Paterson G, K¿os J et al.(2007). Inelastic scattering of OH(X2Pi) with Ar and He: a combined polarization spectroscopy and quantum scattering study. Phys Chem Chem Phys vol. 9, (31) 4414-4426.
K¿os J, Aoiz FJ, Verdasco JE et al.(2007). Fully quantum state-resolved inelastic scattering between He and NO(X (2)Pi). J Chem Phys vol. 127, (3)
McKendrick KG, Costen ML, Richmond G et al. (2006). PHYS 360-Collisional and non-collisional depolarization of OH rotational angular momentum alignment. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. vol. 232,
Brouard M, Bryant A, Burak I et al.(2005). Collisional depolarization of OH(A) studied by Zeeman quantum beat spectroscopy. MOLECULAR PHYSICS vol. 103, (13) 1693-1702.
Marinakis S, Samios J(2005). The temperature and density dependence of fluid xenon self-diffusion coefficients: a comparison between experimental, theoretical and molecular dynamics results. JOURNAL OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS vol. 34, (1) 81-89.
Brouard M, Burak I, Marinakis S et al.(2004). Product spin-orbit state resolved dynamics of the H+H2O and H+D2O abstraction reactions. J Chem Phys vol. 121, (21) 10426-10436.
Brouard M, Marinakis S, Lago LR et al.(2004). Cross-sections for the H+H2O -> OH+H-2 and H+D2O -> OD+HD abstraction reactions. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS vol. 6, (21) 4991-4999.
Brouard M, Burak I, Marinakis S et al.(2003). Cross section for the H+H2O abstraction reaction: experiment and theory. Phys Rev Lett vol. 90, (9)
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