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Prof. Jeremy M. Hutson, FRS

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Professor in the Department of Chemistry
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 42147
Professor of Chemistry and Physics in the Department of Physics
Room number: CG103L

(email at j.m.hutson@durham.ac.uk)

Theory of Ultracold Molecules

At temperatures about a millionth of a degree above absolute zero, matter enters a new regime where all its motions are fully quantum-mechanical. Such quantum matter can be controlled very precisely, and new states with novel properties emerge. Perhaps the best-known of these is a Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC), in which the wavefunctions for all the particles are identical and in phase with one another.  A BEC has the same relationship to ordinary matter as a laser has to ordinary light. BECs formed from ultracold atoms have transformed the field of atomic and optical physics, and many new quantum properties of matter have been observed, such as quantum vortices and optical lattices, where atoms are held in a regular array by forces creates with laser beams.

There is now much excitement over the preparation and properties of ultracold molecules. Molecules have important properties that atoms lack: they can vibrate and rotate, and have a much richer pattern of electron and nuclear spins. They can also have large electric dipole moments: because of this, the interactions between molecules are anisotropic (angle-dependent) and much longer-range than the interactions between atoms. Quantum gases of ultracold polar molecules will have important new properties that cannot occur for atoms.

Ultracold polar molecules have now been produced experimentally: in 2008, a group at the University of Colorado associated pairs of potassium and rubidium atoms to form so-called Feshbach molecules, in very high vibrational states, by tuning a carefully controlled magnetic field across a Feshbach resonance. The resulting KRb molecules were then transferred to the ground state using coherent laser pulses. The era of ultracold molecules has arrived!

Our group works on the theory of cold and ultracold molecules. We work closely with many of the world-leading experimental groups, including those in Colorado, Innsbruck and Berlin.

Examples of our recent work include:

  1. Production and properties of alkali metal dimers. Chemists usually neglect the tiny splittings in molecular energy levels due to nuclear spins. However, for ultracold molecules at temperatures below 1 microkelvin, these splittings are often all that remain. We have developed the theory needed to understand these splittings for molecules such as KRb and Cs2, and shown how they can be modified in the presence of electric and magnetic fields and used to manipulate the molecules [1,2]. This may be crucial for proposals to use ultracold molecules in quantum computing and quantum simulators. We have also recently worked with the Innsbruck experimental group to produce the first samples of ground-state ultracold molecules in an optical lattice [3].
  2. Sympathetic cooling. Formation of ultracold molecules by atom association is limited to atoms that can themselves be laser-cooled. In principle, it would be much more general to cool molecules directly from room temperature to the ultracold regime. However, although molecules can be cooled to 10 to 100 mK by various methods such as molecular beam deceleration, there is not yet a way to cool them the rest of the way. We believe that this can be achieved by sympathetic cooling, where molecules are cooled by collisions with ultracold atoms. However, very little is known about the collisions between polar molecules and laser-cooled atoms. In particular, inelastic collisions can prevent sympathetic cooling by ejecting atoms and molecules from the trap. We have developed ways to carry out quantum-mechanical calculations of molecular collisions in electric and magnetic fields, and have begun to look for systems where the inelastic collisions are weak enough for sympathetic cooling to work [4,5]. We have also shown how inelastic collision rates may be suppressed by tuning close to scattering resonances [6].
  3. Novel properties of ultracold molecules. If a molecule has both an electric dipole moment and unpaired electron spin, its energy can be tuned with both electric and magnetic fields. We have shown how such tuning can be used to produce a novel type of conical intersection, as a function of position in 3-d space instead of vibrational coordinates. Conical intersections famously produce a Berry Phase, such that the wavefunction must change sign along a path that encircles the intersection. This can produce half-integer quantization for rotation around the intersection. We have shown that this effect can produce vortices with half-integer quantum numbers in a Bose-Einstein condensate of ultracold molecules [7].

The field of ultracold molecules is very fast-moving. Five years ago, the production of quantum gases of polar molecules seemed a far-off dream. Now it is a reality. As new experiments and new systems are explored, new theoretical questions emerge all the time. Our theory group works closely with experimentalists to identify the most important questions, interpret the experiments, and propose new ones.

References

[1] J. Aldegunde, B. A. Rivington, P. S. Żuchowski and J. M. Hutson, "The hyperfine energy levels of alkali metal dimers: ground-state polar molecules in electric and magnetic fields", Phys. Rev. A 78, 033434 (2008).

[2] J. Aldegunde, H. Ran and J. M. Hutson, "Manipulating ultracold polar molecules with microwave radiation: the influence of hyperfine structure", Phys. Rev. A 80, 043410 (2009).

[3] J. G. Danzl, M. J. Mark, E. Haller, M. Gustavsson, R. Hart, J. Aldegunde, J. M. Hutson and H.-C. Nägerl, "An ultracold, high-density sample of rovibronic ground-state molecules in an optical lattice", Nature Physics 6, 265 (2010).

[4] P. S. Żuchowski and J. M. Hutson, "Low-energy collisions of NH3 and ND3 with ultracold Rb atoms", Phys. Rev. A 79, 062708 (2009).

[5] A. O. G. Wallis and J. M. Hutson, "Production of ultracold NH molecules by sympathetic cooling with Mg", Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 183201 (2009).

[6] J. M. Hutson, M. Beyene and M. L. González-Martínez, "Dramatic reductions in inelastic cross sections for ultracold collisions near Feshbach resonances", Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 163201 (2009).

[7] A. O. G. Wallis, S. A. Gardiner and J. M. Hutson, "Conical intersections in laboratory coordinates with ultracold molecules", Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 083201 (2009).

Resources

Jeremy Hutson's full CV and publications list are available in pdf format (formatted for printing).

Research Groups

Department of Chemistry

  • Computational and Dynamics

Department of Physics

  • Atomic and Molecular Physics

Research Interests

  • Theoretical Molecular Physics and Chemical Dynamics
  • Intermolecular Forces
  • Cold and Ultracold Molecules

Publications

Chapter in book

  • J.M. Hutson (2001). Van der Waals molecules. In The Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. Institute of Physics. Chapter C1.4: 2157 - 2173.

Journal Article

  • Bennett, A., Gibble, K., Kokkelmans, S. & Hutson, J. M. (2017). Atomic clock measurements of quantum scattering phase shifts spanning Feshbach resonances at ultralow fields. Physical Review Letters 119(11): 113401.
  • Gröbner, M., Weinmann, P., Kirilov, E., Nägerl, H.-C., Julienne, P. S., Le Sueur, C. R. & Hutson, J. M. (2017). Observation of interspecies Feshbach resonances in an ultracold 39K-133Cs mixture and refinement of interaction potentials. Physical Review A 95(2): 022715.
  • Frye, M. D., Morita, M., Vaillant, C. L., Green, D. G. & Hutson, J. M. (2016). Approach to chaos in ultracold atomic and molecular physics: Statistics of near-threshold bound states for Li+CaH and Li+CaF. Physical Review A 93(5): 053713.
  • Owens, D. J., Xie, T & Hutson, J. M. (2016). Creating Feshbach resonances for ultracold molecule formation with radio-frequency fields. Physical Review A 94(2): 023619.
  • Lutz, J. J. & Hutson, J. M. (2016). Deviations from Born-Oppenheimer mass scaling in spectroscopy and ultracold molecular physics. Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 330: 43-56.
  • Green, D. G., Vaillant, C. L., Frye, M. D., Morita, M. & Hutson, J. M. (2016). Quantum chaos in ultracold collisions between Yb($^1S_0$) and Yb($^3P_2$). Physical Review A 93(2): 022703.
  • Frye, M. D., Julienne, P. S. & Hutson, J. M. (2015). Cold atomic and molecular collisions: approaching the universal loss regime. New Journal of Physics 17: 045019.
  • Lim, J., Frye, M. D., Hutson, J. M. & Tarbutt, M. R. (2015). Modeling sympathetic cooling of molecules by ultracold atoms. Physical Review A 92(5): 053419.
  • Frye, M.D. & Hutson, J.M. (2014). Collision cross sections for the thermalization of cold gases. Physical Review A 89(5): 052705.
  • Julienne, P.S. & Hutson, J.M. (2014). Contrasting the wide Feshbach resonances in 6Li and 7Li. Physical Review A 89(5): 052715.
  • Molony, Peter K., Gregory, Philip D., Ji, Zhonghua, Lu, Bo, Köppinger, Michael P., Le Sueur, C. Ruth, Blackley, Caroline L., Hutson, Jeremy M. & Cornish, Simon L. (2014). Creation of Ultracold 87Rb133Cs Molecules in the Rovibrational Ground State. Physical Review Letters 113(25): 255301.
  • Blackley, C.L., Julienne, P.S. & Hutson, J.M. (2014). Effective-range approximations for resonant scattering of cold atoms. Physical Review A 89(4): 042701.
  • Patel, H. J., Blackley, C. L., Cornish, S. L. & Hutson, J. M. (2014). Feshbach resonances, molecular bound states, and prospects of ultracold-molecule formation in mixtures of ultracold K and Cs. Physical Review A 90(3): 032716.
  • Huang, B., Sidorenkov, L.A., Grimm, R. & Hutson, J.M. (2014). Observation of the Second Triatomic Resonance in Efimov’s Scenario. Physical Review Letters 112(19): 190401.
  • Köppinger, M.P., McCarron, D.J., Jenkin, D.L., Molony, P.K., Cho, H.W., Cornish, S.L., Le Sueur, C.R., Blackley, C.L. & Hutson, J.M. (2014). Production of optically trapped 87RbCs Feshbach molecules. Physical Review A: atomic, molecular and optical physics 89(3): 033604.
  • Lutz, Jesse J. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2014). Reactions between cold methyl halide molecules and alkali-metal atoms. The Journal of Chemical Physics 140(1): 014303.
  • Huang, B., O'Hara, K. M., Grimm, R., Hutson, J. M. & Petrov, D. S. (2014). Three-body parameter for Efimov states in 6Li. Physical Review A 90(4): 043636, 1-9.
  • Takekoshi, Tetsu, Reichsöllner, Lukas, Schindewolf, Andreas, Hutson, Jeremy M., Le Sueur, C. Ruth, Dulieu, Olivier, Ferlaino, Francesca, Grimm, Rudolf & Nägerl, Hanns-Christoph (2014). Ultracold Dense Samples of Dipolar RbCs Molecules in the Rovibrational and Hyperfine Ground State. Physical Review Letters 113: 205301.
  • Berninger, Martin, Zenesini, Alessandro, Huang, Bo, Harm, Walter, Naegerl, Hanns-Christoph, Ferlaino, Francesca, Grimm, Rudolf, Julienne, Paul S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2013). Feshbach resonances, weakly bound molecular states, and coupled-channel potentials for cesium at high magnetic fields. Physical review A 87(3): 032517.
  • Cho, H.W., McCarron, D.J., Koppinger, M.P., Jenkin, D.L., Butler, K.L., Julienne, P.S., Blackley, C.L., Le Sueur, C.R., Hutson, J.M. & Cornish, S.L. (2013). Feshbach spectroscopy of an ultracold mixture of Rb-85 and Cs-133. Physical Review A 87(1): 010703(R).
  • González-Martínez, M. L. & Hutson, J. M. (2013). Magnetically tunable Feshbach resonances in Li plus Yb 3PJ. Physical Review A 88(2): 020701.
  • Croft, James F. E. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2013). Multichannel quantum defect theory for cold molecular collisions with a strongly anisotropic potential energy surface. Physical review A 87(3): 032710.
  • Zuern, G., Lompe, T., Wenz, A. N., Jochim, S., Julienne, P. S. & Hutson, J. M. (2013). Precise characterization of Li-6 Feshbach resonances using trap-sideband-resolved RF spectroscopy of weakly bound molecules. Physical review letters 110(13): 135301.
  • Brue, Daniel A. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2013). Prospects of forming ultracold molecules in double-Sigma states by magnetoassociation of alkali-metal atoms with Yb. Physical Review A 87(5): 052709.
  • González-Martínez, M. L. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2013). Sympathetic cooling of fluorine atoms with ultracold atomic hydrogen. Physical Review A 88(5): 053420.
  • González-Martínez, M. L. & Hutson, J. M. (2013). Ultracold hydrogen atoms: a versatile coolant to produce ultracold molecules. Physical Review Letters 111(20): 203004.
  • Brue, Daniel A. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2012). Magnetically Tunable Feshbach Resonances in Ultracold Li-Yb Mixtures. Physical review letters 108(4): 043201.
  • Croft, James F. E., Hutson, Jeremy M. & Julienne, Paul S. (2012). Optimized multichannel quantum defect theory for cold molecular collisions. Physical review A 86(2): 022711.
  • Takekoshi, Tetsu, Debatin, Markus, Rameshan, Raffael, Ferlaino, Francesca, Grimm, Rudolf, Naegerl, Hanns-Christoph, Le Sueur, C. Ruth, Hutson, Jeremy M., Julienne, Paul S., Kotochigova, Svetlana & Tiemann, Eberhard (2012). Towards the production of ultracold ground-state RbCs molecules: Feshbach resonances, weakly bound states, and the coupled-channel model. Physical review A 85(3): 032506.
  • Janssen, Liesbeth M. C., Zuchowski, Piotr S., van der Avoird, Ad, Hutson, Jeremy M. & Groenenboom, Gerrit C. (2011). Cold and ultracold NH-NH collisions the field-free case. Journal of chemical physics 134(12): 124309.
  • Janssen, Liesbeth M. C., Zuchowski, Piotr S., van der Avoird, Ad, Groenenboom, Gerrit C. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Cold and ultracold NH-NH collisions in magnetic fields. Physical review A 83(2): 022713.
  • Skomorowski, Wojciech, Gonzalez-Martinez, Maykel L., Moszynski, Robert & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Cold collisions of an open-shell S-state atom with a (2)Pi molecule N(S-4) colliding with OH in a magnetic field. Physical chemistry chemical physics 13(42): 19077-19088.
  • Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Cold collisions of N (S-4) atoms and NH (3)Sigma) molecules in magnetic fields. Physical chemistry chemical physics 13(9): 3669-3680.
  • Gonzalez-Martinez, Maykel L. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Effect of hyperfine interactions on ultracold molecular collisions NH(3)Sigma(-) with Mg(S-1) in magnetic fields. Physical review A 84(5): 052706.
  • Skomorowski, Wojciech, Pawlowski, Filip, Korona, Tatiana, Moszynski, Robert, Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Interaction between LiH molecule and Li atom from state-of-the-art electronic structure calculations. Journal of chemical physics 134(11): 114109.
  • Birkl, Gerhard, Foot, Christopher, Freegarde, Tim, Grimm, Rudolf, Hutson, Jeremy M. & Weidemueller, Matthias (2011). Introduction to Topical issue on Cold Quantum Matter. European Physical Journal D 65(1-2): 1-2.
  • Parazzoli, LP Fitch, NJ Zuchowski, PS , Hutson, JM & Lewandowsk, HJ (2011). Large effects of electric fields on atom-molecule collisions at millikelvin temperatures. Physical review letters 106(19): 193201
  • Croft, James F. E., Wallis, Alisdair O. G., Hutson, Jeremy M. & Julienne, Paul S. (2011). Multichannel quantum defect theory for cold molecular collisions. Physical review A 84(4): 042703.
  • Wallis, Alisdair O. G. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). Optically induced conical intersections in traps for ultracold atoms and molecules. Physical review A 84(5): 051402.
  • Tokunaga, S. K., Skomorowski, W., Zuchowski, P. S., Moszynski, R., Hutson, J. M., Hinds, E. A. & Tarbutt, M. R. (2011). Prospects for sympathetic cooling of molecules in electrostatic, ac and microwave traps. European physical journal D 65(1-2): 141-149.
  • Wallis, Alisdair O. G., Longdon, Edward J. J., Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2011). The prospects of sympathetic cooling of NH molecules with Li atoms. European physical journal D 65(1-2): 151-160.
  • Berninger, M. Zenesini, A. Huang, B., Harm, W. Nägerl, H.C. Ferlaino, F. Grimm, R. Julienne, P.S. & Hutson, J.M. (2011). Universality of the three-body parameter for Efimov states in ultracold cesium. Physical review letters 107(12): 120401
  • Danzl, J.G. Mark, M.J. Haller, E. Gustavsson, M., Hart,R., Aldegunde, J., Hutson, J.M. & Nägerl, H.C. (2010). An ultracold high-density sample of rovibronic ground-state molecules in an optical lattice. Nature Physics 6(4): 265-270.
  • Ran, Hong, Aldegunde, J. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2010). Hyperfine structure in the microwave spectra of ultracold polar molecules. New Journal of Physics 12: 043015.
  • Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2010). Reactions of ultracold alkali-metal dimers. Physical review A 81(6): 060703.
  • Hutson, Jeremy M. (2010). Ultracold Chemistry. Science 327(5967): 788-789.
  • Żuchowski, PS, Aldegunde, J & Hutson, JM (2010). Ultracold RbSr Molecules Can Be Formed by Magnetoassociation. Physical Review Letters 105(15): 153201
  • Hutson, JM, Beyene, M & González-Martínez, ML (2009). Dramatic reductions in inelastic cross sections for ultracold collisions near Feshbach resonances. Physical Review Letters 103(16): 163201.
  • Aldegunde, J. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2009). Hyperfine energy levels of alkali-metal dimers: Ground-state homonuclear molecules in magnetic fields. Physical Review A 79(1): 013401.
  • Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2009). Low-energy collisions of NH3 and ND3 with ultracold Rb atoms. Physical review A 79(6): 062708.
  • Aldegunde, J., Ran, Hong & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2009). Manipulating ultracold polar molecules with microwave radiation: The influence of hyperfine structure. Physical Review A 80(4): 043410.
  • Wallis, AOG & Hutson, JM (2009). Production of Ultracold NH Molecules by Sympathetic Cooling with Mg. Physical Review Letters 103(18): 183201.
  • Soldan, Pavel, Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2009). Prospects for sympathetic cooling of polar molecules NH with alkali-metal and alkaline-earth atoms - a new hope. Faraday discussions 142: 191-201.
  • Ghosal, Subhas, Doyle, Richard J., Koch, Christiane P. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2009). Stimulating the production of deeply bound RbCs molecules with laser pulses: the role of spin-orbit coupling in forming ultracold molecules. New Journal of Physics 11: 055011.
  • Hutson, Jeremy M., Tiesinga, Eite & Julienne, Paul S. (2008). Avoided crossings between bound states of ultracold cesium dimers. Physical Review A 78(5): 052703.
  • Aldegunde, J., Rivington, Ben A., Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2008). Hyperfine energy levels of alkali-metal dimers ground-state polar molecules in electric and magnetic fields. Physical review A 78(3): 033434.
  • Deskevich, Michael P., Mccoy, Anne B., Hutson, Jeremy M. & Nesbitt, David J. (2008). Large-amplitude quantum mechanics in polyatomic hydrides II A particle-on-a-sphere model for XHn (n=4,5). Journal of chemical physics 128(9): 094306.
  • Zuchowski, Piotr S. & Hutson, Jeremy M. (2008). Prospects for producing ultracold NH(3) molecules by sympathetic cooling a survey of interaction potentials. Physical review A 78(2): 022701.
  • Lara, M., Bohn, J. L., Potter, D., Soldan, P. & Hutson, J. M. (2007). Cold collisions between OH and Rb: The field-free case. Physical Review A 75: 012704.
  • Hutson, Jeremy M. (2007). Feshbach resonances in ultracold atomic and molecular collisions: threshold behaviour and suppression of poles in scattering lengths. New Journal of Physics 9: 152.
  • Cvitaš, Marko T., Soldán, Pavel, Hutson, Jeremy M., Honvault, Pascal & Launay, Jean-Michel (2007). Interactions and dynamics in Li+Li2 ultracold collisions. Journal of Chemical Physics 127(7): 074302.
  • Hutson, Jeremy M. & Soldán, Pavel (2007). Molecular collisions in ultracold atomic gases. International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 26(1): 1-28.
  • M.L. Gonzalez-Martinez & J.M. Hutson (2007). Ultracold atom-molecule collisions and bound states in magnetic fields: Tuning zero-energy Feshbach resonances in He-NH (³Σ-). Physical Review A 75(2): 022702.
  • Doyle, R. J, Hirst, D. M. & Hutson, J. M. (2006). Ab initio potential energy surfaces, bound states, and electronic spectrum of the Ar–SH complex. Journal of Chemical Physics 125(18): 184312.
  • Cvitas, M. T., Soldan, P. & Hutson, J. M. (2006). Long range intermolecular forces in triatomic systems: connecting the atom-diatom and atom-atom-atom representations. Molecular Physics 104(1): 23-31.
  • Hutson, J. M. & Soldan, P. (2006). Molecule formation in ultracold atomic gases. International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 25(4): 497-526.
  • Lara, M., Bohn, J. L. Potter, D. E., Soldan, P. & Hutson, J. M (2006). Ultracold Rb-OH Collisions and Prospects for Sympathetic Cooling. Physical Review Letters 97(18): 183201.
  • Jiang, H., Xu, M. Z., Hutson, J. M. & Bačić, Z. (2005). ArnHF van der Waals clusters revisited: II. Energetics and HF vibrational frequency shifts from diffusion Monte Carlo calculations on additive and nonadditive potential-energy surfaces for n=1-12. Journal of Chemical Physics 123(5): 054305.
  • Kozin, I. N., Law, M. M., Tennyson, J. & Hutson, J. M. (2005). Calculating energy levels of isomerizing tetra-atomic molecules. II. The vibrational states of acetylene and vinylidene. Journal of Chemical Physics 122(6): 4896.
  • M. T. Cvitas, P. Soldan, J. M. Hutson, P. Honvault & J. M. Launay (2005). Ultracold collisions involving heteronuclear alkali metal dimers. Physical Review Letters 94(20).
  • M.T. Cvitas, P. Soldan, J.M. Hutson, P. Honvault & J.M. Launay (2005). Ultracold Li + Li₂ collisions: Bosonic and fermionic cases. Physical Review Letters 94(3): 033201.
  • G. Quemener, P. Honvault, J. M. Launay, P. Soldan, D. E. Potter & J. M. Hutson (2005). Ultracold quantum dynamics: Spin-polarized K+K-2 collisions with three identical bosons or fermions. Physical Review A 71(3).
  • P. Soldan & J.M. Hutson (2004). Interaction of NH(X-3 Sigma(-) molecules with rubidium atoms: Implications for sympathetic cooling and the formation of extremely polar molecules. Physical Review Letters 92(16): 163202-1 - 163202-4.
  • J. M. Hutson & P. Soldan (2004). Interactions between polar molecules and alkali metal atoms. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 228: U244-U244.
  • I. N. Kozin, M. M. Law, J. Tennyson & J. M. Hutson (2004). New vibration-rotation code for tetraatomic molecules exhibiting wide-amplitude motion: WAVR4. Computer Physics Communications 163(2): 117-131.
  • Kozin, I. N., Law, M. M., Hutson, J. M. & Tennyson, J. (2003). Calculating energy levels of isomerizing tetra-atomic molecules. I. The rovibrational bound states of Ar2HF. Journal of Chemical Physics 118(11): 4896-4904.
  • Meuwly, M. & Hutson, J. M. (2003). Potential energy surfaces and bound states for the open-shell van der Waals cluster Br–HF. Journal of Chemical Physics 119(17): 8873-8881.
  • P. Soldan, M. T. Cvitas & J. M. Hutson (2003). Three-body nonadditive forces between spin-polarized alkali-metal atoms. Physical Review A 67(5).
  • Xu, M. Z., Bačić, Z. & Hutson, J. M. (2002). Clusters containing open-shell molecules. II. Equilibrium structures of ArnOH Van der Waals clusters (X2Π, n=1 to 15). Journal of Chemical Physics 117(10): 4777-4786.
  • Xu, M. Z., Bačić, Z. & Hutson, J. M. (2002). Clusters containing open-shell molecules. III. Quantum five-dimensional/two-surface bound-state calculations on ArnOH van der Waals clusters (X2Π, n=4 to 12). Journal of Chemical Physics 117(10): 4787-4799.
  • Carrington, A., Gammie, D. I., Page, J. C., Shaw, A. M. & Hutson, J. M. (2002). Microwave electronic spectrum of the Ne⋯Ne+ long-range complex: The interaction potential. Journal of Chemical Physics 116(9): 3662-3669.
  • Soldán, P. & Hutson, J. M. (2002). Near-dissociation states and coupled potential curves for the HeN+ complex. Journal of Chemical Physics 117(7): 3109-3119.
  • P. Soldan, M. T. Cvitas, J. M. Hutson, P. Honvault & J. M. Launay (2002). Quantum dynamics of ultracold Na + Na₂ collisions. Physical Review Letters 89(15): 153201.
  • Xu, M., Bačić, Z. & Hutson, J. M. (2001). Clusters containing open-shell molecules: Minimum-energy structures and low-lying isomers of ArnCH (X2Π), n= 1 to 15. Faraday Discussions 118: 405-417.
  • Howson, J. M. M. & Hutson, J. M. (2001). Morphing the He–OCS intermolecular potential. Journal of Chemical Physics 115(11): 5059-5065.
  • J.M. Hutson (2001). Sets of coupled potential energy surfaces for pre-reactive Van der Waals complexes: F-HF, Cl-Hcl and Br-HBr. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 221: 104-PHYS.
  • Medveď, M., Fowler, P.W. & Hutson, J.M. (2000). Anisotropie dipole polarizabilities and quadrupole moments of open-shell atoms and ions: O, F, S, Cl, Se, Br and isoelectronic systems. Molecular Physics 98(7): 453-463.
  • Hutson, JM (2000). Bound states of quartet Na-3 and spin-polarized Na+Na-2 collisions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 220(2): U170.
  • Meuwly, M. & Hutson, J.M. (2000). Intermolecular potential energy surfaces and bound states in F–HF. Journal of Chemical Physics 112(2): 592-600.
  • Soldán, P. & Hutson, J.M. (2000). On the long-range and short-range behavior of potentials from reproducing kernel Hilbert space interpolation. Journal of Chemical Physics 112(9): 4415-4416.
  • Roche, C.F., Dickinson, A.S. & Hutson, J.M. (1999). A failing of coupled-states calculations for inelastic and pressure-broadening cross sections: Calculations on CO2–Ar. Journal of Chemical Physics 111(13): 5824-5828.
  • Meuwly, M. & Hutson, J.M. (1999). Morphing ab initio potentials: A systematic study of Ne–HF. Journal of Chemical Physics 110(17): 8338-8347.
  • Hutson, J.M., Liu, S., Moskowitz, J.W. & Bačić, Z. (1999). Nonadditive intermolecular forces in Arn–HF van der Waals clusters: Effects on the HF vibrational frequency shift. Journal of Chemical Physics 111(18): 8378-8383.
  • Meuwly, M. & Hutson, J.M. (1999). Predictions of microwave and far-infrared transitions in He-H+2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 302(4): 790-792.
  • Hutson, J.M. & Ernesti, A (1999). Properties of H+ 2 relevant to the He—H+ 2 intermolecular potential: asymptotically increasing multipole moments, polarizabilities and dispersion coefficients. Molecular Physics 96(3): 457-462.
  • Wright, N.J. & Hutson, J.M. (1999). Regular and irregular vibrational states: Localized anharmonic modes in Ar3. Journal of Chemical Physics 110(2): 902-911.
  • Meuwly, M. & Hutson, J.M. (1999). The potential energy surface and near-dissociation states of He-H+2. Journal of Chemical Physics 110(7): 3418-3427.
  • Thibault, F., Boissoles, J., Boulet, C., Ozanne, L., Bouanich, J.P., Roche, C.F. & Hutson, J.M. (1998). Energy corrected sudden calculations of linewidths and line shapes based on coupled states cross sections: The test case of CO2–argon. Journal of Chemical Physics 109(15): 6338-6345.
  • Heijmen, T.G.A., Moszynski, R., Wormer, P.E.S., van der Avoird, A., Buck, U., Steinbach, C. & Hutson, J.M. (1998). Total differential cross sections for Ar–CH4 from an ab initio potential. Journal of Chemical Physics 108(12): 4849-4853.

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  • Baer, T., Hutson, J. M., Nesbitt, D. J. & Scoles, G. (2006). Roger E. Miller (obituary). International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 25(1-2): 1-13.

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