In the following pages I try to list as many as possible the
references of articles published in peer
reviewed journals on the subjects of chlorine and bromine stable
avoid that the list will become too long it has been devided in shorter
the number of publications has increased considerably in the last
decennium the older lists contain publications from a considerably
longer time interval. The newer lists are made not shorter than five
years to avoid having too many lists.
At this moment there are five lists, consisting of publications in the following ranges of publication years.
If an article has a doi (digital object identifier) it is noted in
the entries. If you click on a doi it will open a window showing the
webpage of the
article at the publisher's website. From university computers this
means that the pdf of the paper can be obtained this way. From home and
other non-university computers it
normally only gives you the opportunity to read the abstract, but this
will generally give enough information to assess if the paper is of
interest. The information normally contains contact information for the
corresponding author, from whom in general a pdf (or off-print) can be
number of papers published is rather high in the last few years, and
several have subjects that I am not very familiar with. This will
probably be the reason that I will have missed several articles. So
please, if you
discover that I forgot one of your papers (or papers from one
of our colleagues), please inform me
and I will add the paper and the doi (if available) to the list.
There is also a page with a list of my peer reviewed papers, with links to the DOI or the full version of the paper, and a page with a list of the conference presentations I was connected to. I am currently collecting abstracts from the various conferences and will add them to the page on a regular bases.
In 2014 I published with Springer a textbook containing our knowledge on chlorine and bromine isotopes up to early 2014. This bookis available from Amazon.com.
For those people who are still interested, unfortunately no hard copies of my
PhD thesis are available from me anymore (as I have none of them left).
It is however now available as a print-on-demand publication, also via Amazon.com.
I hope this information is of use to the stable halogen isotope