Evan Bieske's research interests lie in the application of laser spectroscopy to the characterization of molecular ions, clusters and nanoparticles in the gas phase, and also in the properties of nanomechanical devices such as AFM cantilevers. His group was the first to obtain high-resolution infrared spectra of anion complexes in the gas phase, and has recently developed new techniques to investigate the properties of molecules that change shape in response to light.
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Photodetachment and photoreactions of substituted naphthalene anions in a tandem ion mobil..
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Structural characterization and gas-phase studies of the [Ag10H8(L)6]2 nanocluster dication.
Howard Z Ma, Alasdair I McKay, Antonija Mravak, Michael S Scholz, Jonathan M White, Roger J Mulder, Evan J Bieske, Vlasta Bonačić-Koutecký, Richard AJ O'Hair
Journal article | 2019 | Nanoscale
The reactions between silver salts and borohydrides produce a rich set of products that range from discrete mononuclear compounds ..
Photodetachment and photoreactions of substituted naphthalene anions in a tandem ion mobility spectrometer
James N Bull, Jack T Buntine, Michael S Scholz, Eduardo Carrascosa, Linda Giacomozzi, Mark H Stockett, Evan J Bieske
Journal article | 2019 | Faraday Discussions
Substituted naphthalene anions (deprotonated 2-naphthol and 6-hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid) are spectroscopically probed in a tandem d..
Ultrafast photoisomerisation of an isolated retinoid.
James N Bull, Christopher W West, Cate S Anstöter, Gabriel da Silva, Evan J Bieske, Jan RR Verlet
Journal article | 2019 | Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
The photoinduced excited state dynamics of gas-phase trans-retinoate (deprotonated trans-retinoic acid, trans-RA-) are studied usi..
Photoinitiated Intramolecular Proton Transfer in Deprotonated para-Coumaric Acid
James N Bull, Gabriel da Silva, Michael S Scholz, Eduardo Carrascosa, Evan J Bieske
Journal article | 2019 | The Journal of Physical Chemistry A
Deprotonated para-coumaric acid is commonly considered as a model for the chromophore in photoactive yellow protein, which undergo..
Differential-Mobility Spectrometry of 1-Deoxysphingosine Isomers: New Insights into the Gas Phase Structures of Ionized Lipids
Berwyck LJ Poad, Alan T Maccarone, Haibo Yu, Todd W Mitchell, Essa M Saied, Christoph Arenz, Thorsten Hornemann, James N Bull, Evan J Bieske, Stephen J Blanksby
Journal article | 2018 | Analytical Chemistry
Seleniranium Ions Undergo pi-Ligand Exchange via an Associative Mechanism in the Gas Phase
S Fern Lim, Benjamin L Harris, George N Khairallah, EJ Bieske, Philippe Maitre, Gabriel da Silva, Brian D Adamson, Michael S Scholz, Neville JA Coughlan, Richard AJ O'Hair, Michael Rathjen, Daniel Stares, Jonathan M White
Journal article | 2017 | The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Distortion in the thermal noise spectrum and quality factor of nanomechanical devices due to finite frequency resolution with applications to the atomic force microscope
John E Sader, Julian Sanelli, Barry D Hughes, Jason P Monty, Evan J Bieske
Journal article | 2011 | Review of Scientific Instruments
Rotationally resolved infrared spectrum of the Li -D2 cation complex.
CD Thompson, C Emmeluth, BLJ Poad, GH Weddle, EJ Bieske
Journal article | 2006 | The Journal of chemical physics
The infrared spectrum of mass selected Li(+)-D(2) cations is recorded in the D-D stretch region (2860-2950 cm(-1)) in a tandem mas..
Ab initio potential energy and dipole moment surfaces, infrared spectra, and vibrational predissociation dynamics of the Cl-35(-)center dot center dot center dot H-2/D-2 complexes
AA Buchachenko, TA Grinev, J Klos, EJ Bieske, MM Szczesniak, G Chalasinski
Journal article | 2003 | Journal of Chemical Physics
Head Of School Of Chemistry
Royal Australian Chemical Institute
Doctor of Philosophy
Bachelor of Science
The University of Queensland