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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.


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


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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