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Ignatov, S. , Gadzhiev, O. B. , Kulikov, M. , Petrov, A. I. , Razuvaev, A. G. , Gand, M. , Feigin, A. and Schrems, O. (2011)
Adsorption of Methyl Hydroperoxide (CH3OOH) on Water Ice. Theoretical Study with Systematic Assessment of Coordination Modes ,
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 115 (18), pp. 9081-9089 .
doi:10.1021/jp112177x , hdl:10013/epic.37402
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Kulikov, M. , Feigin, A. M. , Ignatov, S. , Sennikov, P. , Bluszcz, T. and Schrems, O. (2011)
Technical Note: VUV photodesorption rates from water ice in the 120 - 150 K temperature range - significance for Noctilucent Clouds ,
Atmospheric Chemsitry and Physics, 11 , pp. 1729-1734 .
doi:10.5194/acp-11-1729-2011 , hdl:10013/epic.37103
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Kulikov, M. , Feigin, A. M. , Ignatov, S. , Sennikov, P. , Bluszcz, T. and Schrems, O. (2010)
Technical Note: VUV photodesorption rates from water ice in the 120-150 K temperature range - significance for Noctilucent Clouds ,
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 10 , pp. 22653-22668 .
doi:10.5194/acpd-10-22653-2010 , hdl:10013/epic.36079
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Kulikov, M. , Feigin, A. M. , Ignatov, S. , Sennikov, P. , Bluszcz, T. and Schrems, O. (2011)
Laboratory studies of VUV photochmistry of thin water ice films: H2O2 production and its implication for Noctilucent Clouds ,
EGU General Assembly, 4-8 April, Vienna, Austria. .
hdl:10013/epic.37410

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Kulikov, M. , Feigin, A. , Ignatov, S. , Sennikov, P. and Schrems, O. (2010)
Laboratory studies of VUV photochemistry of water ice: Measurements of photodesorption rates and implication for polar mesospheric clouds ,
38th COSPAR Assembly, 18-25 July, Bremen, Germany. .
hdl:10013/epic.35799

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