Atomic and molecular spectroscopy (Experimental)
Spectroscopy on the biological molecules in the gas phase employing the photoelectron spectroscopy combined with time of flight (TOF) mass spectrometry technique using the different radiation sources including Helium lamp, laser and synchrotron radiation.
- Spectroscopic study of atoms and simple molecules in their metastable excited electronic states.
- Study the electronic structures of van der Waals complexes in gas phase using coincidence spectroscopy technique.
- Measuring the absolute and relative ionization cross of atoms and molecules in the gas phase.
- Laser spectroscopy (optogalvanic spectroscopy)
Quantum mechanics and computational chemistry (Theoretical)
- Potential energy surface
- Intermolecular forces (weak interactions)
- Calculating the Photoelectron spectra and Resonance Auger Raman spectra of molecules using SAC-CI theory
- Tautomerism Processes
- Symmetry Adapted Perturbation Theory (SAPT)
- Organic and Inorganic physical chemistry
- Statistical mechanics
- Equation of state
- Radial distribution function and Integral equations
- Perturbation theory