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ยป Dr Brianna Heazlewood

Dr Brianna Heazlewood

Brianna HeazlewoodQualifications

BSc (Hons, Sydney), PhD Chemistry (Sydney)

Role or Position

Millard and Lee Alexander Postdoctoral Fellow (Christ Church)
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Research Fellow (Department of Chemistry)

Email address

Academic Background

2003-2007: B Adv Sc (Hons I), University of Sydney
2007-2011: PhD in Physical Chemistry, University of Sydney
2011: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Wayne State University, USA
2012-present: Postdoctoral Research Associate, subsequently Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Research Fellow, Oxford

Undergraduate Teaching

Prelims Physical Chemistry

Research Interests

Publications include

“Laser induced rovibrational cooling of the linear ployatomic ion C2H2+” N. Deb, B. R. Heazlewood, C. J. Rennick and T. P. Softley, J. Chem. Phys., 140, 164314 (2014)

“Blackbody-mediated rotational laser cooling schemes in MgH+, DCl+, HCl+, LiH and CsH” N. Deb, B. R. Heazlewood, M. T. Bell & T. P. Softley, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 15, 14270 (2013)
“Photo-tautomerization of acetaldehyde to vinyl alcohol: A new mechanism for organic acid formation in the troposphere” D. U. Andrews*, B. R. Heazlewood*, A. T. Maccarone, T. Conroy, R. J. Payne, M. J. T. Jordan & S. H. Kable, Science, 337, 1203 (2012) (*Co-first authors)
“Product State and Speed Distributions in Photochemical Triple Fragmentations” G. de Wit, B. R. Heazlewood, M. S. Quinn,  A. T. Maccarone, K. Nauta, S. A. Reid, M. J. T. Jordan & S. H. Kable, Faraday Discuss., 157, 227 (2012)

“Near-threshold H/D exchange in CD3CHO photodissociation” B. R. Heazlewood, A. T. Maccarone, D. U. Andrews, D. L. Osborn, L. B. Harding, S. J. Klippenstein, M. J. T. Jordan & S. H. Kable, Nature Chemistry, 3, 443 (2011)

“Roaming Dynamics:  the Dominant Pathway to Molecular Products in Acetaldehyde Photodissociation” B. R. Heazlewood, M. J. T. Jordan, S. H. Kable, T. M. Selby, D. L. Osborn, B. C. Shepler, B. J. Braams & J. M. Bowman, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 105, 12719 (2008)


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