H. Laine Berghout
H. Laine Berghout
Professor of Chemistry, Weber State University
Verified email at weber.edu
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Progress in high-nitrogen chemistry in explosives, propellants and pyrotechnics
M Hiskey, DE Chavez, DL Naud, SF Son, HL Berghout, CA Bolme
Proc. Int. Pyrotech. Semin 27 (3), 2000
2342000
Burn rate measurements of HMX, TATB, DHT, DAAF, and BTATz
SF Son, HL Berghout, CA Bolme, DE Chavez, D Naud, MA Hiskey
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 28 (1), 919-924, 2000
912000
Combustion of damaged PBX 9501 explosive
HL Berghout, SF Son, CB Skidmore, DJ Idar, BW Asay
Thermochimica Acta 384 (1-2), 261-277, 2002
882002
Vibrationally mediated photodissociation of isocyanic acid (HNCO): Preferential N–H bond fission by excitation of the reaction coordinate
SS Brown, RB Metz, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 105 (15), 6293-6303, 1996
781996
Vibrational state controlled bond cleavage in the photodissociation of isocyanic acid (HNCO)
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 102 (21), 8440-8447, 1995
671995
The HNCO heat of formation and the N–H and C–N bond enthalpies from initial state selected photodissociation
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 105 (18), 8103-8110, 1996
641996
Internal energy distribution of the NCO fragment from near-threshold photolysis of isocyanic acid, HNCO
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (19), 7948-7955, 1996
541996
Nonadiabatic effects in the photodissociation of vibrationally excited HNCO: The branching between singlet and triplet NH
HL Berghout, SS Brown, R Delgado, F Fleming Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 109 (6), 2257-2263, 1998
441998
Vibrational spectroscopy and intramolecular energy transfer in isocyanic acid (HNCO)
MJ Coffey, HL Berghout, E Woods III, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 110 (22), 10850-10862, 1999
371999
Convective burning in gaps of PBX 9501
HL Berghout, SF Son, BW Asay
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 28 (1), 911-917, 2000
332000
Raman spectroscopy of the N–C–O symmetric and antisymmetric stretch fundamentals in HNCO
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 107 (23), 9764-9771, 1997
271997
Raman spectroscopy of the ν1 N–H stretch fundamental in isocyanic acid (HNCO): State mixing probed by photoacoustic spectroscopy and by photodissociation of …
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 106 (14), 5805-5815, 1997
261997
Relative product yields in the one-photon and vibrationally mediated photolysis of isocyanic acid (HNCO)
HL Berghout, S Hsieh, FF Crim
The Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (24), 10835-10844, 2001
242001
Initial state resolved electronic spectroscopy of HNCO: Stimulated Raman preparation of initial states and laser induced fluorescence detection of photofragments
SS Brown, HL Berghout, FF Crim
The Journal of chemical physics 107 (21), 8985-8993, 1997
221997
Predicting runaway reaction in a solid explosive containing a single crack
SI Jackson, LG Hill
AIP Conference Proceedings 955 (1), 927-930, 2007
182007
Controlling the bimolecular reaction and photodissociation of HNCO through selective excitation of perturbed vibrational states
E Woods III, HL Berghout, CM Cheatum, FF Crim
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 104 (45), 10356-10361, 2000
182000
Flame spread through cracks of PBX 9501 (a composite octahydro-1, 3, 5, 7-tetranitro-1, 3, 5, 7-tetrazocine-based explosive)
HL Berghout, SF Son, LG Hill, BW Asay
Journal of applied physics 99 (11), 114901, 2006
162006
The electronic origin and vibrational levels of the first excited singlet state of isocyanic acid (HNCO)
HL Berghout, FF Crim, M Zyrianov, H Reisler
The Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (15), 6678-6688, 2000
152000
Measurement of convective burn rates in gaps of PBX 9501
HL Berghout, SF Son, BW Asay
AIP Conference Proceedings 505 (1), 841-844, 2000
52000
How Can You Measure a Reaction Enthalpy without Going into the Lab? Using Computational Chemistry Data to Draw a Conclusion
MS Reeves, HL Berghout, MJ Perri, SM Singleton, RM Whitnell
Using Computational Methods To Teach Chemical Principles, 51-63, 2019
22019
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