Warren S. Warren
James B. Duke Professor of Chemistry
Our work focuses on the design and application of what might best be called novel pulsed techniques, using controlled radiation fields to alter dynamics. The heart of the work is chemical physics, and most of what we do is ultrafast laser spectroscopy or nuclear magnetic resonance. It generally involves an intimate mixture of theory and experiment: recent publications are roughly an equal mix of pencil- and-paper theory, computer calculations with our workstations, and experiments. Collaborations also play an important role, particularly for medical applications.
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
Warren, SW. "Properties and performance of basic designs of infrared interference filters." Infrared Physics 8.1 (1968): 65-78.