Faculty Profiles

Warren S. Warren
James B. Duke Professor of Chemistry
Office: 
2217 French Science Center, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 660-1604
Fax: 
(919) 287-2454

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley 1980

M.S., University of California at Berkeley 1979

Research Areas:
Physical, Biomolecular Structure and Function

Warren, WS, and Zewail, AH. "Multiple phase-coherent laser pulses in optical spectroscopy. I. The technique and experimental applications." The Journal of Chemical Physics 78.5 (1983): 2279-2297.

Warren, WS, and Pines, A. "Simple pulse sequences for selective multiple-quantum excitation." Chemical Physics Letters 88.4 (1982): 441-443.

Zewall, A, Lambert, W, Felker, P, Perry, J, and Warren, W. "Laser probing of vibrational energy redistribution and dephasing." Journal of Physical Chemistry 86.7 (1982): 1184-1192.

Warren, WS, and Zewail, AH. "Optical analogs of NMR phase coherent multiple pulse spectroscopy." The Journal of Chemical Physics 75.12 (1981): 5956-5958.

Warren, WS, and Pines, A. "Analogy of multiple-quantum NMR to isotopic spin labeling." Journal of the American Chemical Society 103.7 (1981): 1613-1617.

Warren, WS, and Pines, A. "Experiments on selective excitation of multiple-quantum transitions in NMR spectroscopy." The Journal of Chemical Physics 74.5 (1981): 2808-2818.

Warren, WS, Weitekamp, DP, and Pines, A. "Theory of selective excitation of multiple-quantum transitions." The Journal of Chemical Physics 73.5 (1980): 2084-2099.

Warren, WS, Sinton, S, Weitekamp, DP, and Pines, A. "Selective excitation of multiple-quantum coherence in nuclear magnetic resonance." Physical Review Letters 43.24 (1979): 1791-1794. Full Text

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