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2001The search for charge-remote reactions of even-electron anions derived from 1,3-disubstituted adamantanes in the gas phase. Retro Diels-Alder and Norrish II processesDua, S.; Bowie, J.
2000Electron capture of tetracyanoethylene oxide in the gas phase. Rearrangement of the parent radical anion to form [(NC)₃C]⁻. A joint experimental and ab initio studyDua, S.; Blanksby, S.; Bowie, J.
2010How does energized NCCCCCN lose carbon in the gas phase? A joint experimental and theoretical studyWang, T.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.
2000Conversion of linear to rhombic C₄ in the gas phase: A joint experimental and theoretical studyBlanksby, S.; Schroder, D.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.; Schwarz, H.
2002Backbone cleavages of [M ¾ H]¾ anions of peptides. New backbone cleavages following cyclisation reactions of a C-terminal [CONH]+G150 group with Ser residues and the use of the γ backbone cleavage initiated by Gln to differentiate between Lys and Gln residuesBrinkworth, C.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.
2003Formation of neutral molecules of potential stellar interest by neutralisation of negative ions in a mass spectrometer - The application of experiment and molecular modelling in concertBowie, J.; Peppe, S.; Dua, S.; Blanksby, S.
2001Negative ion fragmentations of deprotonated peptides: backbone cleavages directed through both Asp and GluBrinkworth, C.; Dua, S.; Mc Anoy, A.; Bowie, J.
1995The syntheses and structures of C₅H⁻ and C₅⁻Dua, S.; Sheldon, J.; Bowie, J.
1996Anionic migration in aromatic systems effected by collisional activation. Unusual reactions of deprotonated anilides containing methylbenzoate substituents.Bowie, J.; Blanksby, S.; Dua, S.; Hevko, J.; Christie, H.
1998Gas-phase syntheses of three isomeric C₅H₂ radical anions and their elusive neutrals: a joint experimental and theoretical studyBlanksby, S.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.; Schroder, D.; Schwarz, H.