John Neville

Physical/Theoretical chemistry

John NevilleWe are interested in the interactions between ionising radiation and matter.  Synchrotron radiation and high energy electron beams, coupled with time-of-flight mass spectrometry and coincidence techniques are used to study core excitation and photoionisation, as well as the fragmentation dynamics and relaxation processes of core-excited or multiply-ionised molecules.  The research is performed primarily at synchrotron facilities such as the Canadian Light Source, with computational methods used to aid in the interpretation of experimental results.

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John Neville

Associate Professor

office location: 33 Toole Hall (Chemistry)
office phone: (506) 447-3115
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PhD (University of British Columbia)