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Volume 100 Issue 4 August 1988 pp 253-260 Organic
Transformation of the guaianolide cynaropicrin to the pseudoguaianolide skeleton was attempted. Although the desired transformation could not be achieved, the attempt nevertheless led to the synthesis of C-1 and C-4 hydroxylated guaianolides which have been recently isolated from a natural source.
Volume 104 Issue 6 December 1992 pp 762-790
J Basu K K Rohatgi-Mukherjee S Chatterjee S Sarkar S N Bhattacharyya G K Dasmahapatra Thomas Wolff Gunther Von Bunau S N Dhawan Dipankar Sen Subhash Ch Bera S C Gupta N S Yadav Manabendra Sahu Manjubikash Saha V Masilamani D Sastikumar Pradipta Kumar Behera Ashok Kumar Mishra S Muthusamy V T Ramakrishnan P Ramamurthy S Sampath R Narayan M C Durai Manickam C Srinivasan K Pitchumani M Roja S Rajagopal Reba Ray Samaresh Mukherjee A Samanta E Natarajan S Selvaraj P Natarajan S S Talwar K Viswanathan P Natarajan Aruna Dhathathreyan K S Dhathathreyan Basanti Biswal Pill-Soon Song S Das M Muneer A Haridas V B Manilal R Jayakumar T Ramasami M Julliard M Chanon P N Joshi U C Biswal C L Joshy E Purushothaman Bhaskar G Maiya S Ganesan B Nagarajan V Narayanan Prasanna Mohanty V Shubin S D S Murthy N V Karapetyan R Ramaraj K V Gobi V Gomathi Sankareswari S Ranganayaki K Bahadur Sajal Kumar H R Sonawane D G Kulkarni N R Ayyangar N Sukumar T V Venkitachalam A S Rao S I Ali Harpal Kaur V Anbalagan T S Srivastava Awadhesh Kumar P K Chowdhury K V S Rama Rao J P Mittal N Balasubramanian S Balasubramanian G B Dutt S Doraiswamy Bidyut Kumar Manna K K Rohatgi-Mukherjee A Chandra B Bagchi S Arunachalam J R Devadason T Dhanasekaran K Joseph Prabahar Lizamma Mathew V Ramakrishnan J Rajaram V R S Rao P Narayanan V N Sivasankara Pillai K I Priyadarsini T Rajendran M Palaniandavar M Kaneko A Kira M S Sidhu Arti Chopra Barinder Gill Thomas Baby V P N Nampoori
Volume 121 Issue 6 November 2009 pp 965-972
Nanosecond laser-induced Coulomb explosion studies have been carried out for methyl iodide clusters at 532 and 563 nm under similar laser intensity ($\sim 5 \times 10^9$ W/cm2) conditions. Multiply charged atomic ions of carbon and iodine having large kinetic energy (∼ 100 s of eV) were observed in both the cases. Observation of higher charged states at 563 nm for Coulomb exploded atomic ions supports the preposition of enhanced inverse bremsstrahlung heating of the ionized cluster system at this wavelength. The angular distribution of the multiply charged atomic ions is found to be isotropic with respect to laser polarization direction at 532 nm. When water doped methyl iodide clusters were irradiated at 563 nm, highly charged atomic ions of oxygen along with carbon and iodine were also observed. This result suggests that the mechanism leading to Coulomb explosion is a collective property of the cluster as a whole and individual molecular properties do not play significant role.
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