28-30 September 2016
Tagungstätte Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth
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MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE

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Location: Tagungstätte Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth
Address: Schloss Ringberg, Tagungsstätte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schlossstrasse 20, 83708 Kreuth
Date: 29 Sep 09:00 - 10:30

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Type: Invited Talk Session: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
Track: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
High-precision spectroscopy relies on high signal-to-noise data and optimal calibration. The technogical limits of calibration are often set by detector noise and instrument stability, but the latest generation of high-resolution stabilized spectrographs (e.g., HARPS, CARMENES, ESPRESSO, E-ELT HIRES) are also designed for experiments that require frequency precision as high as 10$^{-10}$ or 1 ... More
Presented by Prof. Ansgar REINERS on 29/9/2016 at 9:00
Type: Contributed Talk Session: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
Track: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
We present recent measurements of the fundamental rotational transitions of $\text{H}_2\text{D}^+$, $\text{D}_2\text{H}^+$, $\text{CD}_2\text{H}^+$, $\text{CH}_2\text{D}^+$ and $\text{C}_2\text{HD}^+$ carried out in a 22-pole Ion Trap. Experimental method, used in Cologne group, has two substantial steps. First, NIR rovibrational transitions are determined with high accuracy, generally b ... More
Presented by Dr. Pavol JUSKO on 29/9/2016 at 9:45
Type: Contributed Talk Session: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
Track: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
A possible pathway to gas phase formation of ammonia in interstellar medium is a sequence of hydrogen abstraction reactions of ions with H$_2$, forming NH$_4^+$ from N$^+$. The NH$_4^+$ ions then may recombine with electrons by dissociative recombination towards NH$_3$. The first and last steps of this abstraction sequence, reactions $\rm N^+ + H_2 \to NH^+ + H$ and $\rm NH_3^+ + H_2 \to NH_4 ... More
Presented by Dr. Roucka STEPAN on 29/9/2016 at 10:00
Type: Contributed Talk Session: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
Track: MORNING SESSION 1 - GAS PHASE
The Cryogenic Storage Ring (CSR) [1] located at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Heidelberg is an electrostatic storage ring with a circumference of 35 m in a fully cryogenic environment. Due to the low temperature of the inner experimental chambers (~6K) and an extreme vacuum, with residual gas densities below 140 cm$^-3$ , the CSR is able to imitate the conditions of interstellar sp ... More
Presented by Christian MEYER on 29/9/2016 at 9:30
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