• Journal Papers

1. Yang,T.; Yang, X.*. Quantum resonances near absolute zero. Science 368, 582-583 (2020).

2. Yang,T.#; Huang, L.#; Xiao, C.#; Chen, J.; Wang, T.; Dai, D.; Lique, F.; Alexander, M. H. *; Sun, Z. *; Zhang, D. H.; Yang, X. *; Neumark, D. M*. Enhanced reactivity of fluorine with para-hydrogen in cold interstellar clouds by resonance-induced quantum tunnelling. Nat. Chem. 2019, 11, 744-749.

3. Chen, G.; Xie, C.; Yang, T.*; Li, A.; Suits, A.; Hudson, E. R.; Campbell, W.; Guo, H.* Isotope-Selective Chemistry in the Be+(2S1/2) + HOD → BeOD+/BeOH+ + H/D Reaction. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 14005-14011.

4. Yang, T.*; Li, A.*; Chen, G. K.; Xie, C.; Suits, A. G.; Campbell, W. C.; Guo, H.; Hudson, E. R. Optical Control of Reactions between Water and Laser-Cooled Be+ Ions. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 3555-3560.

5. Wang, T.; Yang, T.; Xiao, C.*; Sun, Z.*; Zhang, D.*; Yang, X.*; Weichman, M. L.*; Neumark, D. M*. Dynamical resonances in chemical reactions. Chem. Soc. Rev. 2018, 47, 6744-6763 .

6. Yang, T. #; Chen, J.#; Huang, L.; Wang, T.; Xiao, C.*; Sun, Z.*; Dai, D.; Yang, X.*; Zhang, D. H*. Extremely Short-Lived Reaction Resonances in Cl + HD (v = 1)→DCl + H Due to Chemical Bond Softening. Science. 2015, 347, 60-63.

7. Yang, T.; Huang, L.; Wang, T.; Xiao, C.; Xie, Y.; Sun, Z.*; Dai, D.; Chen, M.*; Zhang, D. H.; Yang, X*. Effect of Reagent Vibrational Excitation on the Dynamics of F + H2(v=1, j=0) → HF(v′, j′) + H Reaction. J. Phys. Chem. A. 2015.

8. Wang, T.; Yang, T.; Xiao, C.*; Dai, D.; Yang, X*. Highly Efficient Pumping of Vibrationally Excited HD Molecules via Stark-Induced Adiabatic Raman Passage. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2013, 4, 368-371.

9. Wang, T.#; Chen, J.#; Yang, T.; Xiao, C.*; Sun, Z.*; Huang, L.; Dai, D.; Yang, X.*; Zhang, D. H*. Dynamical Resonances Accessible Only by Reagent Vibrational Excitation in the F + HD → HF + D Reaction. Science. 2013, 342, 1499-1502.

10. Xiao, C.#; Xu, X.#; Liu, S.; Wang, T.; Dong, W.; Yang, T.; Sun, Z.; Dai, D.; Zhang, D. H*.; Yang, X*. Experimental and Theoretical Differential Cross Sections for a Four-Atom Reaction: HD + OH → H2O + D. Science. 2011, 333, 440-442.

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