Nancy Levinger Professor and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar

Office: Chemistry C205

Phone: (970) 491-1331

Website: https://levingerlab.colostate.edu/

Curriculum Vitae: http://levingerlab.colostate.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/NEL-CV-2018-short.pdf

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Education

  • Ph.D., University of Colorado
  • B.A., Northwestern University, Integrated Science and Physics

About

Research in the Levinger group has two main thrusts: dynamics of molecules in confined environments and fundamental processes governing cell cryopreservation. 

Dynamics in nanoconfinement
For many years, we have explored the role of nanoconfinement on the structure and dynamics of molecules in the condensed phase.  We are particularly interested in learning how the heterogeneous environment at liquid interfaces influences molecules residing there and the chemistry that then occurs. We have used reverse micelles as a model system to prepare well defined liquid droplets on the nanoscale. Reverse micelles form in ternary or higher order mixtures of polar, nonpolar and amphiphilic molecules.  Most often, the polar solvent used is water but we have also explored a range of non-aqueous polar solvents for these systems including ordinary organic solvents such as ethylene glycol, DMSO, formamide, etc. as well as novel room temperature ionic liquids.  We have utilized the workhorse surfactant, AOT, for many of our studies as well as phospholipids, cationic and nonionic surfactants.  We have utilized a range of experimental techniques, including steady state and ultrafast time-resolved laser spectroscopies, 1D, 2D and multinuclear NMR, and neutron scattering.
 
Fundamental processes governing cell cryopreservation
A new thrust for the Levinger group explores how and why some cells can withstand freezing conditions that would normally kill them. We are embarking on a project to explore the role of permeating cryopreservation agents, e.g., glycerol, DMSO.  This project aims to uncover how these small molecules cross cell membranes, where they reside in cells and how they protect cells from cold. 

Publications

  • Nanoconfinement Raises the Energy Barrier to Hydrogen Atom Exchange between Water and GlucoseSam L. Miller, Benjamin Paul Wiebenga-Sanford, Christopher D. Rithner, E E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, American Chemical Society.
  • Celebrating Debbie C. Crans on the event of her ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry, 2019Nancy E. Levinger, Bharat Baruah JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY, 2020.
  • Journal of inorganic biochemistry - Crans special issue PrefaceNancy E. Levinger, Bharat Baruah JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY, 2020.
  • Coordination Chemistry of a Controlled Burst of Zn2+ in Bulk Aqueous and Nanosized Water Droplets with a Zincon ChelatorCheryle Nicole Beuning, Noah E. Barkley, Prem N. Basa, Shawn C. Burdette, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 1, 2020.
  • Coordination Chemistry of a Controlled Burst of Zn2+ in Bulk Aqueous and Nanosized Water Droplets with a Zincon ChelatorCheryle Nicole Beuning, Noah E. Barkley, Prem N. Basa, Shawn C. Burdette, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans Inorganic Chemistry , 1, 2020.
  • Photophysical characterization of metal ion burst: Photolytic decarboxylation of Zn(II)-nitrilotriacetate cage to release a burst of Zn(II) ions and retrieval by Zincon within AOT-isooctane reverse micellesCheryle Nicole Beuning, Noah E. Barkley, Prem N. Basa, Shawn C. Burdette, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans Langmuir.
  • ConfChem Conference on Mathematics in Undergraduate Chemistry Instruction: Applied Mathematics for Chemistry MajorsRachel Augusta Neville, Patrick D. Shipman, Nancy E. Levinger, Amber Teresa Krummel JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION, 8, 2018.
  • Sweet Confinement: Glucose and Carbohydrate Osmolytes in Reverse MicellesBenjamin Paul Wiebenga-Sanford, Jack B. Washington, Brett Cosgrove, Eduardo F. Palomares, Derrick A. Vasquez, Christopher D. Rithner, Nancy E. Levinger JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B, 41, 2018.
  • Sweet confinement: Interactions of sugars confined at molecular interfacesNancy E. Levinger, Benjamin Paul Wiebenga-Sanford ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 2018.
  • Tribute to Veronica VaidaD. James Donaldson, Joseph S. Francisco, Vicki H. Grassian, Russell J. Hemley, David M. Jonas, Kenneth R. Leopold, Nancy E. Levinger JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A, 5, 2018.
  • So you have an interview...now what?Will be published as a YouTube Video for the Univ MN Community of Chemistry Graduate Students seriesNancy E. Levinger http://ccgs.chem.umn.edu/surviving-and-thriving-higher-education.
  • The Window of OpportunityMom the Chemistry Professor: Personal Accounts and Advice from Chemistry Professors who are MothersNancy E. Levinger Springer International Publishing, 2018.
  • Femtosecond to nanosecond dynamics of confined coumarin 343 by ultrafast pump-probe spectroscopy: new insights from an established systemRichard Leo Cole, Bridget L. Gourley, Fionna Morningstar Samuels, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
  • 2016 - Nanoconfinement’s Dramatic Impact on Proton Exchange between Glucose and WaterBenjamin Paul Wiebenga-Sanford, Joseph A. DiVerdi, Christopher D. Rithner, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 22, 2016.
  • Size and shape trump charge in interactions of oxovanadates with self-assembled interfaces: application of continuous shape measure analysis to the decavanadate anionI. Sanchez-Lombardo, B. Baruah, S. Alvarez, K. R. Werst, N. A. Segaline, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans New Journal of Chemistry, 2, 2016.
  • How Did We Get Here? Teaching Chemistry with a Historical PerspectiveKristin A. Olsson, Meena M. Balgopal, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Education, 11, 2015.
  • How Did We Get Here? Teaching Chemistry with a Historical PerspectiveKristin A. Olsson, Meena M. Balgopal, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Education, 11, 2015.
  • Tribute to Branka M. LadanyiNancy E. Levinger, M. Maroncelli, R. M. Stratt Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 29, 2015.
  • Correlation of Insulin-Enhancing Properties of Vanadium-Dipicolinate Complexes in Model Membrane Systems: Phospholipid Langmuir Monolayers and AOT Reverse MicellesA. G. Sostarecz, E. Gaidamauskas, S. Distin, S. J. Bonetti, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans Chemistry-a European Journal, 17, 2014.
  • Correlating Proton Transfer Dynamics To Probe Location in Confined EnvironmentsM. Sedgwick, Richard Leo Cole, Christopher D. Rithner, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of the American Chemical Society, 29, 2012.
  • Nonaqueous Polar Solvents in Reverse Micelle SystemsN. M. Correa, J. J. Silber, R. E. Riter, Nancy E. Levinger Chemical Reviews, 8, 2012.
  • The Conundrum of pH in Water Nanodroplets: Sensing pH in Reverse Micelle Water PoolsDebbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Accounts of Chemical Research, 10, 2012.
  • Ultrafast Vibrational Dynamics of Water Confined in Phospholipid Reverse MicellesR. Costard, Nancy E. Levinger, E. T. J. Nibbering, T. Elsaesser Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 19, 2012.
  • Acidification of Reverse Micellar Nanodroplets by Atmospheric Pressure CO2Nancy E. Levinger, L. C. Rubenstrunk, B. Baruah, Debbie C. Crans Journal of the American Chemical Society, 18, 2011.
  • Coexisting Aggregates in Mixed Aerosol OT and Cholesterol MicroemulsionsM. A. Sedgwick, A. M. Trujillo, N. Hendricks, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans Langmuir, 3, 2011.
  • Cy3 in AOT Reverse Micelles I. Dimer Formation Revealed through Steady-State and Time-Resolved SpectroscopyJ. T. McPhee, E. Scott, Nancy E. Levinger, Alan K. Van Orden Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 31, 2011.
  • Cy3 in AOT Reverse Micelles II. Probing Intermicellar Interactions Using Fluorescence Correlation SpectroscopyJ. T. McPhee, E. Scott, Nancy E. Levinger, Alan K. Van Orden Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 31, 2011.
  • Layered Structure of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids in Microemulsions by Multinuclear NMR Spectroscopic StudiesR. D. Falcone, B. Baruah, E. Gaidamauskas, Christopher D. Rithner, N. M. Correa, J. J. Silber, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Chemistry-a European Journal, 24, 2011.
  • Ultrafast Energy Migration Pathways in Self-Assembled Phospholipids Interacting with Confined WaterNancy E. Levinger, R. Costard, E. T. J. Nibbering, T. Elsaesser Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 43, 2011.
  • Analysis of Water in Confined Geometries and at InterfacesAnnual Review of Analytical Chemistry, Vol 3M. D. Fayer, Nancy E. Levinger Annual Reviews, 2010.
  • Logarithmic based optical delay for time-resolved data collectionRichard Leo Cole, George Barisas, Nancy E. Levinger Review of Scientific Instruments, 9, 2010.
  • Responsible Researchers RequiredNancy E. Levinger, Ellen R. Fisher SCIENCE, 5968, 2010.
  • Impact of confinement and interfaces on coordination chemistry: Using oxovanadate reactions and proton transfer reactions as probes in reverse micellesDebbie C. Crans, B. Baruah, Abigail Lynn Ross, Nancy E. Levinger Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 17-18, 2009.
  • Ultrafast Dynamics in Reverse MicellesNancy E. Levinger, L. A. Swafford Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2009.
  • Water Dynamics and Interactions in Water-Polyether Binary MixturesE. E. Fenn, D. E. Moilanen, Nancy E. Levinger, M. D. Fayer Journal of the American Chemical Society, 15, 2009.
  • What Is Inside a Nonionic Reverse Micelle? Probing the Interior of Igepal Reverse Micelles Using DecavanadateM. A. Sedgwick, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Langmuir, 10, 2009.
  • Do we really teach students what plagiarism is?Nancy E. Levinger, Ellen R. Fisher ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 2009.
  • A directed framework for integrating ethics into chemistry curricula and programs using real and fictional case studiesEllen R. Fisher, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Education, 6, 2008.
  • An investigation of water dynamics in binary mixtures of water and dimethyl sulfoxideM. R. Harpham, Nancy E. Levinger, Branka M. Ladanyi Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2, 2008.
  • Do probe molecules influence water in confinement?B. Baruah, L. A. Swafford, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 33, 2008.
  • Effects of vanadium-containing compounds on membrane lipids and on microdomains used in receptor-mediated signalingDeborah A. Roess, S. M. L. Smith, P. Winter, Jun Zhou, Ping Dou, B. Baruah, A. M. Trujillo, Nancy E. Levinger, Xiang Yang, George Barisas, Debbie C. Crans Chemistry & Biodiversity!!!, 8, 2008.
  • H-1 NMR studies of aerosol-OT reverse micelles with alkali and magnesium counterions: Preparation and analysis of MAOTsM. L. Stahla, B. Baruah, D. M. James, M. D. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, Debbie C. Crans Langmuir, 12, 2008.
  • Penetration of Negatively Charged Lipid Interfaces by the Doubly Deprotonated DipicolinateDebbie C. Crans, A. M. Trujillo, S. Bonetti, Christopher D. Rithner, B. Baruah, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Organic Chemistry, 24, 2008.
  • Confinement or the nature of the interface? Dynamics of nanoscopic waterD. E. Moilanen, Nancy E. Levinger, D. B. Spry, M. D. Fayer Journal of the American Chemical Society, 46, 2007.
  • Simple oxovanadates as multiparameter probes of reverse micellesB. Baruah, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Langmuir, 12, 2007.
  • Molecular probe location in reverse micelles determined by NMR dipolar interactionsDebbie C. Crans, Christopher D. Rithner, B. Baruah, B. L. Gourley, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of the American Chemical Society, 13, 2006.
  • Oxovanadates: a novel probe for studying lipid-water interfacesDebbie C. Crans, B. Baruah, Nancy E. Levinger Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy!!!, 4, 2006.
  • Testing the core/shell model of nanoconfined water in reverse micelles using linear and nonlinear IR spectroscopyI. R. Piletic, D. E. Moilanen, D. B. Spry, Nancy E. Levinger, M. D. Fayer Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 15, 2006.
  • Testing the core/shell model of nanoconfined water in reverse micelles using linear and nonlinear IR spectroscopy (vol 110, pg 4985, 2006)I. R. Piletic, D. E. Moilanen, D. B. Spry, Nancy E. Levinger, M. D. Fayer Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 34, 2006.
  • Water Mobility in Reverse Micelles Studied by Quasielastic Neutron Scattering and Molecular Dynamics SimulationsMRS ProceedingsNancy E. Levinger, Branka M. Ladanyi Materials Research Society, 2006.
  • What can you learn from a molecular probe? New insights on the Behavior of C343 in homogeneous solutions and AOT reverse micellesN. M. Correa, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 26, 2006.
  • What nonlinear-IR experiments can tell you about water that the IR spectrum cannotI. R. Piletic, D. E. Moilanen, Nancy E. Levinger, M. D. Fayer Journal of the American Chemical Society, 32, 2006.
  • When is water not water? Exploring water confined in large reverse micelles using a highly charged inorganic molecular probeB. Baruah, J. M. Roden, M. Sedgwick, N. M. Correa, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of the American Chemical Society, 39, 2006.
  • Dynamics of water confined on a nanometer length scale in reverse micelles: Ultrafast infrared vibrational echo spectroscopyH. S. Tan, I. R. Piletic, R. E. Riter, Nancy E. Levinger, M. D. Fayer Physical Review Letters, 5, 2005.
  • Employing popular children’s literature to teach elementary school chemistry: An engaging outreach programL. M. Wally, Nancy E. Levinger, David Grainger Journal of Chemical Education, 10, 2005.
  • Interaction of dipicolinatodioxovanadium(V) with polyatomic cations and surfaces in reverse micellesJ. Stover, Christopher D. Rithner, R. A. Inafuku, Debbie C. Crans, Nancy E. Levinger Langmuir, 14, 2005.
  • Recovery of time evolving fluorescence spectra via sum-frequency cross-correlation frequency resolved optical gatingB. T. Langdon, Nancy E. Levinger Applied Physics Letters, 23, 2005.
  • Recovery of time evolving fluorescence spectra via sum-frequency cross-correlation frequency resolved optical gatingB. T. Langdon, Nancy E. Levinger Applied Physics Letters, 23, 2005.
  • The effect of the counterion on water mobility in reverse micelles studied by molecular dynamics simulationsM. R. Harpham, Branka M. Ladanyi, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 35, 2005.
  • Cosurfactant impact on probe molecule in reverse micellesE. M. Corbeil, R. E. Riter, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 30, 2004.
  • Quasi-elastic neutron scattering study of dimethyl-sulfoxide-water mixtures: Probing molecular mobility in a nonideal solutionH. N. Bordallo, K. W. Herwig, Bradley Michael Luther, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Physics, 24, 2004.
  • Water motion in reverse micelles studied by quasielastic neutron scattering and molecular dynamics simulationsM. R. Harpham, Branka M. Ladanyi, Nancy E. Levinger, K. W. Herwig Journal of Chemical Physics, 16, 2004.
  • Exploiting real and invented case studies: Integrating ethics into undergraduate courses and research programs.ER Fisher, Nancy E. Levinger ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 1, 2004.
  • Dynamics of polar solvation in quaternary microemulsionsE. M. Corbeil, Nancy E. Levinger Langmuir, 18, 2003.
  • Isomerization and intermolecular solute-solvent interactions of ethyl isocyanate: Ultrafast infrared vibrational echoes and linear vibrational spectroscopyNancy E. Levinger, P. H. Davis, P. K. Behera, D. J. Myers, C. Stromberg, M. D. Fayer Journal of Chemical Physics, 3, 2003.
  • Dynamics of polar solvation in acetonitrile-benzene binary mixtures: Role of dipolar and quadrupolar contributions to solvationBradley Michael Luther, J. R. Kimmel, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Physics, 8, 2002.
  • Hydrogen bond dissociation and reformation in methanol oligomers following hydroxyl stretch relaxationK. J. Gaffney, P. H. Davis, I. R. Piletic, Nancy E. Levinger, M. A. Fayer Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 50, 2002.
  • Water in confinementNancy E. Levinger Science, 5599, 2002.
  • Solvent Dynamics at Liquid InterfacesLiquid Interfaces in Chemical, Biological, and Pharmaceutical ApplicationsNancy E. Levinger, R. E. Riter Marcel Dekker, Inc, 2001.
  • Vibrational relaxation of the free terminal hydroxyl stretch in methanol oligomers: Indirect pathway to hydrogen bond breakingNancy E. Levinger, P. H. Davis, M. D. Fayer Journal of Chemical Physics, 20, 2001.
  • Influence of morphology on polar solvation dynamics in lecithin reverse micellesD. M. Willard, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 47, 2000.
  • Polar solvation dynamics in nonionic reverse micelles and model polymer solutionsD. Pant, Nancy E. Levinger Langmuir, 26, 2000.
  • Reverse micelles solubilizing DMSO and DMSO/water mixturesC. G. Elles, Nancy E. Levinger Chemical Physics Letters, 6, 2000.
  • Ultrafast dynamics in reverse micelles, microemulsions, and vesiclesNancy E. Levinger Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science!!!, 1-2, 2000.
  • Polar solvation dynamics of H2O and D2O at the surface of zirconia nanoparticlesD. Pant, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 37, 1999.
  • Dynamics of polar solvation at the surface of a ZrO2 nanoparticleD. Pant, Nancy E. Levinger Chemical Physics Letters, 1-2, 1998.
  • Dynamics of polar solvation in lecithin/water/cyclohexane reverse micellesD. M. Willard, R. E. Riter, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of the American Chemical Society, 17, 1998.
  • Formamide in reverse micelles: Restricted environment effects on molecular motionR. E. Riter, E. P. Undiks, J. R. Kimmel, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 41, 1998.
  • Impact of counterion on water motion in aerosol OT reverse MicellesR. E. Riter, E. P. Undiks, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of the American Chemical Society, 24, 1998.
  • Influence of restricted environment and ionic interactions on water solvation dynamicsD. Pant, R. E. Riter, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Physics, 22, 1998.
  • Solvation Dynamics in Restricted Environments: Solvent Immobilization in Reverse MicellesUltrafast Phenomena XINancy E. Levinger, Ruth E. Riter, Dale M. Willard, D D. Pant Springer Verlag, 1998.
  • Water immobilization at surfactant interfaces in reverse micellesR. E. Riter, D. M. Willard, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 15, 1998.
  • Novel reverse micelles partitioning nonaqueous polar solvents in a hydrocarbon continuous phaseR. E. Riter, J. R. Kimmel, E. P. Undiks, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 41, 1997.
  • Transient thermal phase grating spectroscopy and the calorimetry of reaction centersM. McCauley, Bradley Michael Luther, S. Y. Tang, C. C. Schenck, Nancy E. Levinger Biophysical Journal, 2, 1997.
  • White light continuum as a tunable radiation source for second-harmonic generation experimentsD. M. Willard, K. Y. Kung, Bradley Michael Luther, Nancy E. Levinger Review of Scientific Instruments, 9, 1997.
  • Spectroscopy at Liquid InterfacesLaser Techniques for Surface Science IINancy E. Levinger, K. Y. Kung, Bradley Michael Luther, D. M. Willard SPIE Proceedings, 1995.
  • Experimental and theoretical-study of inhomogeneous electron-transfer in betaine - comparisons of measured and predicted spectral dynamicsA. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, W. Jarzeba, R. E. Schlief, D. A. V. Kliner, P. F. Barbara Chemical Physics, 2-3, 1993.
  • Femtosecond experiments and absolute rate calculations on intervalence electron-transfer of mixed-valence compoundsK. Tominaga, D. A. V. Kliner, A. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, P. F. Barbara Journal of Chemical Physics, 2, 1993.
  • Interplay of solvent motion and vibrational-excitation in electron-transfer kinetics - experiment and theoryG. C. Walker, E. Akesson, A. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, P. F. Barbara Journal of Physical Chemistry, 9, 1992.
  • Photodissociation and recombination dynamics of I2- in water and alcoholsA. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, P. F. Barbara Journal of Physical Chemistry, 20, 1992.
  • Specific excitation of the solvent coordinate in the S3 -> S1 and S1 -> S0 radiationless decay of the betainesNancy E. Levinger, A. E. Johnson, G. C. Walker, P. F. Barbara Chemical Physics Letters, 1-2, 1992.
  • Temperature-dependence of the inverted regime electron-transfer kinetics of betaine-30 and the role of molecular-modesE. Akesson, A. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, G. C. Walker, T. P. Dubruil, P. F. Barbara Journal of Chemical Physics, 10, 1992.
  • Ultrafast experiments on the role of vibrational-modes in electron-transferA. E. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, D. A. V. Kliner, K. Tominaga, P. F. Barbara Pure and Applied Chemistry, 9, 1992.
  • Ultrafast studies on electron transfer in the betaines: Evidence for local heatingOptical Methods in Time- and State-resolved ChemistryNancy E. Levinger, A. E. Johnson, G. C. Walker, E. Åkesson, P. F. Barbara SPIE Proceedings, 1992.
  • ULTRAFAST STUDIES ON ELECTRON-TRANSFER IN THE BETAINES - EVIDENCE FOR LOCAL HEATINGOptical Methods for Time and State-Resolved ChemistryNancy E. Levinger, A. E. Johnson, G. C. Walker, E. Akesson, P. F. Barbara1992.
  • Photodissociation and geminate recombination dynamics of I2- in mass-selected I2-(CO2)n cluster ionsJ. M. Papanikolas, J. R. Gord, Nancy E. Levinger, D. Ray, V. Vorsa, W. C. Lineberger Journal of Physical Chemistry, 21, 1991.
  • Time-resolved measurements of the photodissociation and recombination dynamics of I-2- in mass selected cluster ionsD. Ray, Nancy E. Levinger, J. M. Papanikolas, W. C. Lineberger Journal of Chemical Physics, 10, 1989.
  • Photoabsorption and photofragmentation studies of Arn+ cluster ionsNancy E. Levinger, D. Ray, M. L. Alexander, W. C. Lineberger Journal of Chemical Physics, 9, 1988.
  • Recombination of Br2-photodissociated within mass selected ionic clustersM. L. Alexander, Nancy E. Levinger, M. A. Johnson, D. Ray, W. C. Lineberger Journal of Chemical Physics, 10, 1988.
  • The visible photoabsorption spectrum of Ar-3+Nancy E. Levinger, D. Ray, K. K. Murray, A. S. Mullin, C. P. Schulz, W. C. Lineberger Journal of Chemical Physics, 1, 1988.
  • Photodissociation of mass-selected (CO¬2)n- clusters - evaporation leading to magic numbers in fragment-ion distributionsM. L. Alexander, M. A. Johnson, Nancy E. Levinger, W. C. Lineberger Physical Review Letters, 8, 1986.
  • Surface-enhanced resonance Raman-spectroscopy of adsorbates on semiconductor electrode surfaces .2. In situ studies of transition-metal (Fe and Ru) complexes on Ag/GaAs and Ag/SiR. P. Vanduyne, J. P. Haushalter, M. Janikczachor, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Physical Chemistry, 19, 1985.
  • Computer-simulation of Raman-scattering from molecular fluidsBranka M. Ladanyi, Nancy E. Levinger Journal of Chemical Physics, 6, 1984.