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2014

Mason, Nigel J.; Nair, Binukumar; Jheeta, Sohan and Szymańska, Ewelina (2014). Electron induced chemistry: a new frontier in astrochemistry. Faraday Discussions, 168 pp. 235–247. file

Bergantini, A.; Pilling, S.; Nair, B. G.; Mason, N. J. and Fraser, H. J. (2014). Processing of analogues of plume fallout in cold regions of Enceladus by energetic electrons. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 570, article no. A120.

Sivaraman, B.; Nair, B. G; Raja Sekhar, B. N.; Jones, N. C.; Hoffmann, S. V. and Mason, N. J. (2014). Electron impact dissociation and VUV photoabsorption of frozen formamide. Chemical Physics Letters, 608 pp. 404–407.

Sivaraman, B.; Nair, B. G.; Raja Sekhar, B.N.; Lo, J.-I.; Sridharan, R.; Cheng, B.-M. and Mason, N. J. (2014). Vacuum ultraviolet photoabsorption of pure solid ozone and its implication on the identification of ozone on Moon. Chemical Physics Letters, 603 pp. 33–36.

2013

Sivaraman, B.; Nair, B. G.; Lo, J. -I.; Kundu, S.; Davis, D.; Prabhudesai, V.; Raja Sekhar, B. N.; Mason, N. J.; Cheng, B. -M. and Krishnakumar, E. (2013). Vacuum ultraviolet and infrared spectra of condensed methyl acetate on cold astrochemical dust analogs. Astrophysical Journal, 778(2), article no. 157. file

Sivaraman, B.; Sekhar, B. N. Raja; Nair, B. G.; Hatode, V. and Mason, N. J. (2013). Infrared spectrum of formamide in the solid phase. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 105 pp. 238–244. file

2011

Szymanska, E.; Nair, B.; Mason, N. and Krishnakumar, E. (2011). Dissociative electron attachment to formamide. In: Annual meeting of the Astrophysical Chemistry Group, 05-07 Jan 2011, University of Technology, Eindhoven. file

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