The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Joint Institute for Advanced Materials

Charles Feigerle

Charles Feigerle

Professor and Department Head
Department of Chemistry

University of Colorado

Research Interests

  • Raman spectroscopy; chemical vapor deposition; surface chemistry

Selected Publications

Non-statistical bond breaking in the multiphoton ionization/dissociation of [Fe(CO)5]mArn clusters. S. Bililign, C.S. Feigerle, J.C. Miller, and M. Velegrakis, J. Chem. Phys. 108, 6312 (1998).

Filament metal contamination and raman spectra of hot filament chemical vapor deposited diamond films. P. Mehta Menon, A. Edwards, C.S. Feigerle, R.W. Shaw, D.W. Coffey, L. Heatherly, R.E. Clausing, L. Robinson and D.C. Glasgow, Diamond and Related Materials 8, 101 (1999).

Characterization of chlorinated chemical vapor deposited and natural (100) diamond. J. Chaney and C.S. Feigerle, Surf. Sci. 425, 245 (1999).

Laser ablation mass spectrometry of nineteenth century daguerreotypes. D.L. Hogan, V.V. Golovlev, M.J. Gresalfi, J.A. Chaney, C.S. Feigerle, J.C. Miller, G. Romer, and P. Messier, Appl. Spectrosc. 53, 1161 (1999).

Nanochemistry: iron cluster reactions with methyl iodide. B. McCarter, S. Bililign, C.S. Feigerle, and J.C. Miller, J. Phys. Chem. A 103, 6740 (1999).

Contact Information

Charles Feigerle
347 Dabney-Buehler Hall
University of Tennesse
Knoxville, TN 37996-1600




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