60f Fenn, John B. 1917-2010 [WorldCat Identities]
WorldCat Identities

Fenn, John B. 1917-2010

Works: 73 works in 154 publications in 3 languages and 1,997 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author, Editor, Publishing director, Other
Classifications: TJ265, 621.4021
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works about John B Fenn
Most widely held works by John B Fenn
Engines, energy, and entropy : a thermodynamics primer by John B Fenn( Book )

23 editions published between 1979 and 2003 in English and Russian and held by 946 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dynamics of conducting gases : proceedings of the Third Biennial Gas Dynamics Symposium by Ali Bulent Cambel( Book )

9 editions published in 1960 in English and held by 85 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contents: The conductivity of an ionized gas in a magnetic field; Some properties of a hydrogen plasma; The statistical mechanics of the approach to equilibrium in gases; Irreversible processes in a plasma: Effect of long range forces; Relaxation processes in plasma; Some solutions of the macroscopic equations of magnetohydrodynamics; A microscopic analysis of magneto-gas-dynamics; Magnetohydrodynamics in the limit of small inertial forces; Axially symmetric hydromagnetic channel flow; Experimental studies on plasma dynamics; Applied magnetohydrodynamics at Avco-Everett Research Laboratory; Techniques for producing plasma jets; Electromagnetic shock tubes; Optimum power generation using a plasma as the working fluid; Space propulsion engines--a problem in production of high velocity gases; The electromagnetic pinch effect for space propulsion; Plasma acceleration by guided microwaves; Considerations in the design of a steady DC plasma accelerator
Transport properties in gases : proceedings of the Second Biennial Gas Dynamics Symposium by Gas Dynamics Symposium( Book )

6 editions published in 1958 in English and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Re li xue lian gong bao dian : re de jian shi by Fanen( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in Chinese and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Project SQUID by John B Fenn( Book )

11 editions published between 1962 and 1975 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Reports of progress on 16 research programs comprising Project SQUID are presented. The research programs fall into the areas of fluid mechanics, atomic and molecular collision, combustion and chemical rate processes, and chemi-ionization and ion-molecular reactions. (Author)
Ionization in high-temperature gases by Kurt E Shuler( Book )

3 editions published between 1963 and 2000 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ionization in high-Temperature Gases
Mechanisms of electrospray ionization( Book )

4 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Re de jian shi by John B Fenn( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in Chinese and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ben shu shi gu dian re li xue ru men shu. Quan shu yi te you de ren wen li shi jia gou, Tong guo xu duo ri chang jing yan zhong ke jian de li zi, He sheng dong de ke xue jia gu shi, Xi tong di ren shi yi qie yu"re"you guan de guan nian, Li shi he ying yong
Electrospray wings for molecular elephants by John B Fenn( Visual )

3 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In a very technical lecture, Dr. Fenn discusses the history and applications of electrospray method for mass spectrometry to physics, chemistry, and biology. Dr. Fenn won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2002) for his work. He traces the history of the develop of mass spectrometry from gravimetric analysis to the work of Otto Stern's work on molecular beams. Dr. Stern won a Nobel Prize for Physics (1943). Dr. Fenn also describes the work of Arthur Krantrowitz and Jerry Grey on high intensity molecular beams. The original application was for supersonic jets. In addition, Dr. Fenn illustrates the work of John Zeleny of Yale identifying the electrospray. He describes the work of Malcolm Dole on determining the molecular weight of polymers. The goal of the experiments was to develop a method to create a single ion from a large molecule. Using information from these sources, Fenn and his post-doctoral student Masamachi Yamashita developed the first electrospray mass spectrometer
Microscale Electrospinning of Polymer Nanowires for Sensing Applications by Royal F Kessick( Book )

3 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

All project tasks have been completed. Prototype chemical and infrared sensors have been fabricated and tested and the performance parameters (presented below) are extremely promising. In addition a new fiber processing technology based on supercritical fluids has been developed and demonstrated. Finally, new polymeric helical structures have been developed and tested and represent a new technology for microscale sensing and actuation. At this time three journal articles (two in Applied Physics Letters and one in the Journal of Supercritical Fluids) have been published based on this research program and a fourth paper has been submitted to Sensors and Actuators. The research results have been presented at four international conferences including the AFOSR Molecular Dynamics and Theoretical Chemistry Conference and the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium. The following sections provide a detailed summary of the program accomplishments and new findings
Thermal recovery factors in supersonic flows of gas mixtures by George Maise( Book )

3 editions published in 1969 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Thermal recovery factors were measured at the stagnation point of a hemispheric probe in low density supersonic jets of helium-argon and hydrogen-nitrogen mixtures. A 'guard' heater in the probe made it possible to eliminate conduction losses. Radiation corrections were small. The final values correspond to adiabatic conditions. With jets of mixed gases the experimental recovery factors were as high as 1.6, substantially above the free molecule limit for pure gases. It is suggested that these anomalously high values are due to the species separation which occurs during the stagnation process and which results in concentrations of heavy species in the stagnation zone higher than in the free stream. The results are correlated in terms of the degree of rarefaction and the composition of the source gas. (Author)
Vacuum sublimation of ammonium perchlorate by Steve Tang( Book )

2 editions published in 1972 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Time-of-flight measurements have been made on the flux of molecules from the surface of ammonium salts vaporizing into vacuum. As expected with ammonium halides and ammonium bi-sulfate the TOF distributions correspond to equimolar fluxes of ammonia and the corresponding acid. In the case of ammonium perchlorate the vapor subliming from a single crystal comprised ammonia and perchloric acid. When the source was compressed powder, the vapor was a mixture of lower molecular weight species. This result seems best explained in terms of subsurface decomposition. (Author)
Molecular beam experiments in the lunar environment( Book )

1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The implications of an ultra-high vacuum with the equivalent of a large pumping capacity as provided by the lunar environment are examined with respect to several kinds of molecular beam experiments. The effects of background pressure or density on beam generation, interaction with various targets and detection are considered. Specific experiments discussed are those for measurements of (1) particle-field interactions, (2) molecule-surface interactions and (3) reactive and non-reactive molecular scattering. (Author)
Velocity Distributions of Several Gases Scattered from High Temperature Surfaces by A Cassuto( Book )

2 editions published in 1971 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Polycrystalline surfaces of molybdenum, tungsten and rhenium at temperatures up to 2600K were exposed to free molecule flows of hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, oxygen and argon at Mach numbers up to 4 from a room temperature source. Time-of-flight measurements were made for molecules reflected in the surface normal direction. Apparent translational accommodation coefficients ranged from .01 for hydrogen on a hot surface to nearly unity for all gases on surfaces at room temperature. (Author)
Strand size and low pressure deflagration limit in a composite propellant by Roy E Cookson( Book )

2 editions published between 1968 and 1969 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The low pressure deflagration limit was determined for a composite ammonium chlorate propellant over a range of pressures from 35 torr to 235 torr. The independent variable was strand size in terms of cross-section dimensions. A linear relation was found between the 'hydraulic radius' of the strand and the low pressure limit. It was thus possible to extrapolate and determine the low pressure limit for a strand of infinite extent. At this limit it would seem that heat losses could only be by radiation from the surface
Clustering of water on hydrated protons in a supersonic free jet expansion by J. Q Searcy( Book )

2 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The paper presents results concerning size distribution and growth in the gas phase of ions in the series H+(H2O)n. The measurements span a range of cluster sizes up to n = 28, a domain not previously investigated quantitatively. The molecular beam sampling technique developed for this study promises to be a powerful tool in the study of ion nucleation phenomenon. Noteworthy observations include the unusual stability of the cluster with n = 21 and the absence of trapped molecules of carrier gas within a cluster. (Author)

2 editions published between 1968 and 1970 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A description of research on producing high energy molecular beams is given. Results of previously published work are summarized for the development of techniques for generating neutral beams in the 1 to 10 eV range using gas dynamic acceleration of heavy species by light carrier gases in nozzle flows from which molecular beams are extracted. Measurements of heavy species velocities, velocity distributions and intensities in the molecular beams formed are discussed in relation to theoretical predictions. Studies of the gas dynamics of free jets of pure gases and mixtures used as molecular beam sources are reported. A brief assessment of applications to research on atomic and molecular collision processes is included. (Author)
Intermolecular Energy Exchange by Infrared Radiometry( Book )

2 editions published between 1978 and 1980 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Excitation by translational energy of the asymmetric stretch vibrational mode of ground state carbon dioxide molecules in collision with nitrogen, oxygen and argon molecules has been studied, by intersecting two slightly collimated molecular beams in the field of view of an InSb photovoltaic detector which monitored resulting radiation in the 4.3 micrometer band. The excitation cross sections for all three combinations of partners were of similar magnitude and showed a strong dependence upon collision velocity. For nitrogen the measured cross sections ranged from about 0.0008 square Angstroms at 2 km/s to about 0.5 square Angstroms at 5 km/s. A similar but separate experiment determined an upper limit of 0.1 square Angstroms for the collisional excitation of hydrogen fluoride by krypton at energies up to 1.7 times the threshold requirement. Bulk relaxation rates for molecules in free jet expansion were also investigated. Results obtained from experimental data with the frequently used Sudden Freeze Model have been compared with those obtained by Numerical Integration. Success has been achieved in obtaining Method-of-Characteristics solutions for the free jet expansion with a varying specific heat ratio. This development provides the best description yet of relaxation in free jet expansion for any internal mode which can be characterized by a Boltzmann distribution of energy. (Author)
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Alternative Names
Bennett Fenn, John 1917-2010

Fen, Dž.

Fen, Dž. 1917-2010

Fen, Džon B.

Fen, Džon B. 1917-2010

Fenn, John 1917-2010

Fenn, John B., 1917-

Fenn, John Benett 1917-2010

Fenn John Bennett

Fenn, John Bennett 1917-2010

John B. Fenn

John B. Fenn amerikansk kjemiker

John B. Fenn chimiste américain

John B. Fenn US-amerikanischer Chemiker, Nobelpreisträger für Chemie 2002

John Bennett Fenn

John Bennett Fenn americký chemik

John Bennett Fenn amerikansk kemiker

John Bennett Fenn chimico statunitense

John Fenn Amerikaans scheikundige (1917-2010)

John Fenn amerikai kémikus

John Fenn amerikansk kemist

John Fenn amerikansk kjemikar

John Fenn chemik amerykański, noblista

Джон Бенет Фен

Джон Фен американски химик

Джон Фенн

Фен Дж.

Фен Дж.Б.

Фен Джон

Фен Джон Б.

Фенн, Джон Беннетт

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