Donald McClure
Professor of Chemistry Emeritus

Publications

1.

Selection Rules for Singlet-Triplet Perturbations in Polyatomic Molecules.
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 17, 665 (1949).

2.

Triplet-Singlet Transitions in Organic Molecules.  Lifetime Measurements ofthe Triplet State.  D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 17, 905 (1949).

3.

Excited Triplet States of Some Polyatomic Molecules. I.
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 19, 670 (1951).

4.

Spin-Orbit Interaction in Aromatic Molecules.  D. S. McClure, J. Chem.
Phys., 20, 682 (1952).

5.

Absolute Quantum Efficiencies of Luminescence of Organic Molecules in Solid
Solution.  With E. H. Gilmore and G. E. Gibson, and D. S. McClure, J. Chem.
Phys., 20, 829 (1952).  Absolute Quantum Efficiencies of Luminescence of
Organic Molecules in Solid Solution.  With E. H. Gilmore and G. E. Gibson.
J. Chem. Phys., 23, 399 (1955).  Eratum.

6.

A Vibrational Analysis of the Fluorescence of Naphthalene Vapor.
O. Schnepp and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 20, 1375 (1952).

7.

A Vibrational Analysis of the Fluorescence of Naphthalene Vapor.
O. Schnepp  and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. 85, 755 (1952).

8.

Symmetry Assignments for the First Two Excited Singlet Electronic States of
the Naphthalene Molecule.  O. Schnepp and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 21,
959 (1953).

9.

Even-Odd Character of the 2900-3200A Absorption Transition in Naphthalene.
Harden McConnell and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 21, 1296 (1953).

10.

Singlet-Triplet Absorption Bands in Some Halogen-Substituted Aromatic
Compounds.  D. S. McClure, N. W. Blake and P. L. Hanst, J. Chem. Phys., 22,
255 (1954).

11.

Polarization of p-Electron Transitions in Aromatic Molecules.
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 22, 1256 (1954).

12.

Excited States of the Naphthalene Molecule. I.  Symmetry Properties of the
First Two Excited Singlet States.  D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 22, 1668
(1954).

13.

Electronic States of the Naphthalene Crystal.  With O. Schnepp. J. Chem.
Phys., 23, 1575 (1955).

14.

Excited Triplet States of Polyatomic Molecules. II.  Flash Lamp Studies on
Aromatic Ketones.  D. S. McClure and Philip L. Hanst.  J. Chem. Phys., 23,
1772 (1955).

15.

Electronic and Vibrational States of Biacetyl and Biacetyl-d6:
I. Electronic States.  Jerome W. Sidman and D. S. McClure,
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 77, 6461 (1955).

16.

Electronic and Vibrational States of Biacetyl and Biacetyl-d6: II.
Vibrational States. Jerome W. Disman and D. S. McClure, J. Am. Chem. Soc.,
77, 6471 (1955).

17.

Excited States of the Naphthalene Molecule. II.  Further Studies on the
First Singlet-Singlet Transition.  D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 24, 1
(1956).

18.

Electronic and Vibrational States of Azulene.  Jerome W. Sidman and
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 24, 757 (1956).

19.

Ligand Field Theory and the Stability of Transition Metal Compounds.
With Phillip George, J. S. Griffith and L. E. Orgel.  J. Chem. Phys., 24,
1269 (1956).

20.

First Singlet-Singlet Electronic Transition in the Phenanthrene Molecule
and the Band Structure of the Phenanthrene Crystal.  D. S. McClure,
J. Chem. Phys., 25, 481 (1956).

21.

Near-Ultraviolet Spectrum of Crystalline Hexamethyl Benzene and the
Structure of the Hexamethyl Benzene Molecule.  O. Schnepp and
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 26, 83 (1957).

22.

Optical Spectra of Hydrated Ions of the Transition Metals. 
Owen G. Holmes and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 26, 1686 (1957).

23.

The Distribution of Transition Metal Cations in Spinels. 
D. S. McClure, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 3, 311 (1957).

24.

The Electronic Spectra of Crystalline Toluene, Dibenzyl, Diphenylmethanem
and Biphenyl in the Near Ultraviolet.  Robert Coffman and D. S. McClure.
Can. J. Chem., 36, 48 (1958).

25.

Energy Transfer in Molecular Crystals and in Double Molecules.
D. S. McClure, Can. J. Chem., 36, 59 (1958).

26.

Delayed Singlet-Singlet Emission from Molecular Crystals. 
Norman W. Blake and D S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 29, 722 (1958).

27.

Near-Ultraviolet Spectrum of Crystalline Durene.  O. Schnepp and
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 30, 874 (1959).

28.

Effect of Inner Orbital Splitting on the Thermodynamic Properties of
Transition Metal Compounds and Coordination Complexes.
With Phillip George. Progr. in Inorg. Chem., 1, 381 (1959).

29.

Electronic Spectra of Molecules and Ions in Crystals. I. Molecular
Crystals.  D. S. McClure, Solid State Phys. Advances in Research and
Applications, 8, 1 (1959).

30.

Electronic Spectra of Molecules and Ions in Crystals. II.  Spectra of Ions
in Crystals.  D. S. McClure, Solid State Phys. Advances in Research and
Applications, 9, 399 (1959).

31.

Electronic Structure of Transition-Metal Complex Ions. D. S. McClure,
Radiation Research, Suppl. 2, 218 (1960).

32.

Energy Level Splittings in Non-Cubic Ions, and the Two-Dimensional
Spectrochemical Series.  D. S. McClure, Proceedings of the Sixth
International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, The MacMillan Company,
New York (1961), p. 498.

33.

Dispersion Forces in Molecular Crystals.  D. S. McClure, Proceedings of
Conference on Electrical Conductivity in Organic Solids.
Editor: H. Kallman.  Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York (1961),
Chapter 16, pp. 219-233.

34.

The Ultraviolet Spectra of Stilbene, p-Monohalogen Stilbenes and Azobenzene
and the trans to cis Photoisoimerization Process.  R. H. Dyck and
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 36, 2326 (1962).

35.

Optical Spectra of Transition Metal Ions in Corundum.  D. S. McClure,
J. Chem. Phys., 36, 2757 (1962).

36.

The Optical Spectra of Exchange Coupled Mn++  Ion Pairs in ZnS:MnS.
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys. , 39, 2850 (1963).

37.

Symmetry of Transition Metal Impurity Sites in Crystals as Inferred from
Optical Spectra.  With H. A. Weakliem.  J. App. Phys., 33, 347 (1962).

38.

Comparison of the Crystal Fields and Optical Spectra of Cr2O3 and Ruby.
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 38, 2289 (1963).

39.

A Survey of the Optical Spectra of the Divalent Rare Earth Ions in Cubic
Crystals.  D. S. McClure and Z. Kiss, J. Chem. Phys., 39, 3251 (1963).

40. Energy Exchange Processes. D. S. McClure, Radiation Research, 20, 83 (1963).
41.

Fluorescence of Deutero-Chrome Alum.  With G. J. Goldsmith and
F. V. Shallcross.  J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 16, 296 (1965).

42.

Zeeman Splitting of Narrow Lines in Crystalline MnF2, FeF2 and CoF2.
Evidence for Spin-Wave Excitations.  P. G. Russell, D. S. McClure and
J. W. Stout, Phys. Rev. Letters, 16, 176 (1966).

43.

The Electronic States and Spectra of Ions and Imperfections in Solids.  In
"Phonons in Perfect Lattices and in Lattices with Point Imperfections."
D. S. McClure, (Scottish Universities Summer School, 1965) Ed.
R. W. H. Stevenson, Oliver and Boyd, London, 1966.

44.

Dependence of Sensitized Biacetyl Phosphorescence Intensity on
Exciting-Light Intensity.  S. Murov, D. S. McClure and N. C. Yang, J. Chem.
Phys., 45, 2204 (1966).

45.*

Optical Spectra of Divalent Manganese Salts.  I.  Energy Levels for Cubic
and Lower-Symmetry Complexes.  L. L. Lohr, Jr., J. Chem. Phys., 45, 3611
(1966).

46.

The fd and f13d Configurations in a Crystal Field and the Spectrum of Yb++
in Cubic Crystals.  T. S. Piper, J. P. Brown and D. S. McClure, J. Chem.
Phys., 46, 1353 (1967).

47.

Photochromism. I.  The Spectroscopy and Energy Levels of
Salicylidene-aniline.  M. Ottolenghi and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 46,
4613 (1967).

48.

Photochromism. II.  Photochemistry of Salicylideneaniline.  M. Ottolenghi
and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 46, 4620 (1967).

49.

Photoreduction of Acetophenone and Substituted Acetophenones. N. C. Yang,
D. S. McClure, S. L. Murov, J. J. Houser and Ruth Dusenberry, J. Amer.
Chem. Soc., 89, 5466 (1967).

50.

Electronic Transitions with Spin Change in Several Antiferro Magnetic
Crystals.  With R. S. Meltzer, S. A. Reed, P. J.  Russell and J. W. Stout,
In "Optical Properties of Ions in Crystals", H. M. Crosswhite and
H. W. Moos, editors.  Interscience, New York, 1967, pp. 257-278.

51.

SCF Wavefunctions for the NH3 Molecule.  Potential-Energy Surface and
Vibrational Force Constants.  R. G. Body, D. S. McClure and E. Clementi,
J. Chem. Phys., 49, 4916 (1968).

52.*

Zeeman Study of the Jahn-Teller Effect in the 3T2g  State of Al2O3:V3+.
P. J. Stephens and Marian Lowe-Pariseau.  Phys. Rev. 171, 322 (1968).

53.

Optical Spectra of Divalent Manganese Salts. II.  The Effect of Interionic
Coupling on Absorption Strength.  L. L. Lohr and D. S. McClure, J. Chem.
Phys., 49, 3516 (1968).

54.

Exciton-Magnon Bound State in MnF2 and the Exciton Dispersion in MnF2 and
RbMnF3.  R. S. Meltzer, M. Y.Chen, D. S. McClure and M. Lowe-Pariseau.
Phys. Rev. Letters  21, 913 (1968).

55.

The Lowest Triplet State of Stilbene.  W. G. Herkstroeter and
D. S. McClure, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 90, 4522 (1968).

56.*

Magnetic Dipole Optical Absorption Spectrum of MnF2.  R. S. Meltzer and
L. L. Lohr, J. Chem. Phys. 49, 541 (1968).

57.

Excitons and Magnons in Antiferromagnetic Crystals.  In "Excitons, Magnons
and Phonons in Molecular Crystals", A. B. Zahlen, ed., Cambridge University
Press, 1968, p. 135.

58.

The Triplet States of p-Benzoquinone.  In "Excitons, Magnons and Phonons in
Molecular Crystals," A. B. Zahlen, ed. Cambridge University Press, 1968, p. 165.

59.

Magnon Sidebands in the Optical Absorption Spectrum of MnF2. 
R. S. Meltzer, M. Lowe and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. 180, 561 (1969).

60.

Energy Levels of Ce2+ in CaF2.  With R. C. Alig, Z. J. Kiss, J. P. Brown
and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. 186, 276 (1969).

61.

Exchange Effects on the Electronic Spectra of Antiferromagnetic Salts of
Mn2+.  C. J. Marzzacco and D. S. McClure, Symposium of the Faraday Society,
1969, No. 3.

62.

An Unusual Site Interaction in the Triplet Emission Spectrum of Pyrazine.
With E. J. Zalewski.  In "Molecular Luminescence", E. C. Lim, ed.,
W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York 1969, p. 739.

63.

Electronic Spectra of Coordination Compounds.  With Philip J. Stevens.  In
"Coordination Chemistry", Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, 1971.
Ed. A. Martell, pp. 134-194.

64.

Electronic Structure and Isomerization of Stilbene.  Chen-Hanson Ting and
D. S. McClure, J. Chinese Chemical Soc., Ser. II, 18, 95-107 (1971).

65.

Jahn-Teller Effect in the 4T1g(I) State of Mn++ in RbMnF3 I.  M.-Y. Chen,
D. S. McClure and Edward I. Solomon, Phys. Rev. B6, 1690 (1972).

66.

Jahn-Teller Effect in the 4T1g(I) State of Mn++ in RbMnF3 II.
E. I. Solomon and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. B6, 1697 (1972).

67.

Localized Vibrational Modes Induced in CaF2 by Rare-Earth Impurities.
W. Hayes, M. C. K. Wiltshire, W. J.Manthey and D. S. McClure, J. Physics
(C) Solid State, 6, L273-L276 (1973).

68.

The Photoluminescence Spectra of Single Crystals of SrCl2:Yb+2.
H. Witzke, B. Mitchell and D. S. McClure, Isv. Akad. Nauk. SSSR. Phys.
 Ser., 37, 705-710 (1973) and in "Luminescence of Crystals, Molecules and
Solutions", F. E. Williams, ed. Plenum Publishing Corp., New York 1973,
p. 598-605.

69.*

Crystal Field and Site Symmetry of Trivalent Cerium Ions in CaF2: The C4v
and C3v Centers with Interstitial-Fluoride Charge Compensator.
W. J. Manthey, Phys. Rev. B8, 4086-4098 (1973).

70.

Comparison of the Jahn-Teller Effect in Four Triply Degenerate States of
 Mn++ in RbMnF3.  Edward I. Solomon and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. B9,
pp. 4690-4718 (1974).

71.

Near Ultraviolet n-p Transitions of the Pyrazine Molecule. I. The Singlet
n-p State and the Ground State. Edward F. Zalewski, D. S. McClure and
David L. Narva, J. Chem. Phys., 61, pp. 2964-2974 (1974).

72.

Electronic Structure and Spectra of Impurities in the More Ionic Crystals,
Chapt. 1, in Vol. 2 of "Treatise in Solid State Chemistry"
(N. B. Hannay, ed.), Plenum Press, (1975).

73.

Spectroscopy of Magnetic Insulators in "Optical Properties of Ions in
Solids" (B. Di Bartolo, ed.) Plenum Press, 1975, pp. 259-305.

74.

Charge Transfer Spectra in "Optical Properties of Ions in Solids"
(B. Di Bartolo, ed.) Plenum Press, pp. 401-418 (1975).

75.

Interconfigurational and Charge Transfer Transitions (Lectures at NATO
sponsored summer school, Oxford, England, Sept., 1974 published in
"Electronic States of Inorganic Compounds:  New Experimental Techniques"
(P. Day, ed.) D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1975, pp. 113-139.

76.

High Energy Optical-Absorption Bands of Transition-Metal Ions in Fluoride
Host Crystals.  J. F. Sabatini, A. E. Salwin and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev.
B11, 3832 (1975).

77.

The n ® p Transitions of the Pyrazine Molecule II.  Polarized Spectrum in
Benzene Crystal, and Anharmonicity in the Upper Singlet State Potential
Function.  D. L. Narva and D. S. McClure, Chem. Phys., 11, 151-172 (1975).

78.

The 3d ® 4s Bands of Transition Metal Ions in LiF and NaF. D. Bruce Chase
and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 64, 74-80 (1976).

79.

The study of Electronic Spectra in Crystalline Solid Solutions,
D. S. McClure, in "Spectroscopy of the Excited States",
(B. Di Bartolo, ed.), Plenum Press, New York, 1976., pp. 249-277.

80.

Energy Migration in a Nearly One-Dimensional Compound, Tetramethyl Ammonium
Manganese Chloride (TMMC).  H. Yamamoto, D. S. McClure, C. Marzzacco and
M. Waldman, Chem. Phys., 22, pp. 79-87 (1977).

81.

Spectra of Transition-Metal Ions Beyond the Inner Shell Region.
D. S. McClure, R. A. Shatwell and J. Simonetti, Colloques Internationaux
C.N.R.S. No. 255, - Spectroscopie des Elements de
Transition et des Elements Lourds Dans les Solides, p. 39-43 (1977).

82.

The 3d ® 4p Transitions of Cu+ in LiCl and of Transition-Metal Ions in
Crystals.  J. Simonetti and D. S. McClure, Phys. Rev. B16, pp. 3887-3892
(1977).

83.

The Vibrational Overtone Spectrum of Liquid Methane in the Visible and Near
Infrared:  Applications to Planetary Studies.  K. R. Ramaprasad,
J. Caldwell and D. S. McClure, Icarus, 35, 400-409 (1978).

84.

Spectroscopic Studies of the Two-Dimensional Magnetic Insulators Chromium
Trichloride and Chromium Tribromide. I.  V. M. Bermudez and D. S. McClure,
J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 40, 129-147 (1979).

85.

Spectroscopic Studies of the Two-Dimensional Magnetic Insulators Chromium
Trichloride and Chromium Tribromide. II.   V. M. Bermudez and
D. S. McClure, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 40, 149-173 (1979).

86.*

Unit Cell Vibrational Spectra of Chromium Trichloride and Chromium
Tribromide.  V.M. Bermudez, Solid State Communications 19, 693-697 (1976).

87.

A Study of 3d ® 4s Transitions by Modulation Spectroscopy.R. A. Shatwell
and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 70, 2081-2093 (1979).

88.

The Ultraviolet Transitions of Benzoic Acid.  1.  Interpretation of the
Singlet Absorption Spectrum.  J. Clayton Baum and D. S. McClure, J. Amer.
Chem. Soc., 101, 2335-2339, (1979).

89.

The Ultraviolet Transitions of Benzoic Acid.  2.  Hydrogen Bonding in the
Ground and Excited States.  J. Clayton Baum and D. S. McClure, J. Amer.
Chem. Soc., 101, 2340-2343 (1979).

90.

Photoionization Thresholds of Divalent Rare Earth Ions in Alkaline Earth
Fluorides.  C. Pedrini, D. S. McClure and C. H. Anderson, J. Chem. Phys.,
70, 4959-4962 (1979).

91.

Excitation and Trapping at Transition Metal Sites in Ionic Crystals.
J. Luminescence, 18/19, 135-142 (1979).

92.

Electron Transfer Bands of the Divalent 3d Transition Series Ions in LiCl.
J. Simonetti and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 71, 793-801 (1979).

93.

The Ultraviolet Transitions of Benzoic Acid 3.  Effects of Hydrogen
Bonding on the Emission Properties, J. Clayton Baum, J. Amer. Chem. Soc.,
102, 716-719 (1980).

94.

The Ultraviolet Transitions of Benzoic Acid.  4.  High-Resolution Spectral
Studies of Hydrogen Bonding in the Excited States of the Benzoic Acid
Dimer.  J. Clayton Baum and D. S. McClure, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 102,
720-727 (1980).

95.

Vibronic Interactions in the Naphthalene Molecule.  J. Wessel and
D. S. McClure, Mol. Cryst. 58, 121-153 (1980).

96.

Vibrational Analyses, Vibronic Coupling and Identification of Electronic
Origins in the Lower 1np* and 1pp* States of Phenazine and Acridine in a
Biphenyl Host at 2K.  David L. Narva and D. S. McClure, Chem. Phys., 56,
167-180 (1981).

97.

Photoconductivité due ‡ l'autoionisation de Ce2+ dans CaF2, SrF2 et
BaF2.  C. Pedrini, P. O. Pagost, C. Madej and D. S. McClure, J. Physique,
42, 323-330 (1981).

98.

Photochemical Behavior of a Uranyl Bis(hexafluoracetylacetonate)-
Tetrahydrofuran Complex.  1.  G. M. Kramer, M. B. Dines, A. Kaldor,
R. Hall and D. S. McClure, Inorg. Chem., 20, 1421-1426 (1981).

99.

Photoionization of CdCl2:Cu+ and CdBr2:Cu+.  Babs R. Soller, Mihail Voda
and D. S. McClure, Journal of Luminescence, 24/25, 201-204 (1981).

100.

The 4f14 ® f135d Transition of Yb2+ Ion in NaCl Crystals.  T. Tsuboi,
H. Witzke and D. S. McClure, Journal of Luminescence, 24/25, 305-308 (1981).

101.

Optical Absorption and Emission Spectra of Cu+:NaF Single Crystals.
A. B. Goldberg, D. S. McClure and C. Pedrini, Chem. Phys. Lett., 87,
No. 5, 508-511 (1982).

102.

One- and Two-Photon Spectra of NaF:Cu+:  Jahn-Teller and Vibronic Coupling
Effects.  S. A. Payne, A. B. Goldberg and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys.,
78, 2688 (1983).

103.

Optical Absorption and Electronic Structure of NaCl:Ag+, C. Pedrini,
H. Chermette, A. B. Goldberg, D. S. McClure and B. Moine.  Phys. Stat.
Solidi (6), 120, 753-766 (1983).

104.

Photoionization and Photochemistry of Cu+ in Cadmium Halide Hosts.
S. A. Payne and D. S. McClure, Photochemistry and Photobiology, Vol.  II,
Ahmed Zewail, ed., Harwood Academic Publishers, Postrasse 22, 7000 Chur,
Switzerland.  (1983) p. 1129.

105.

Effect of a Magnetic Field on the Luminescent Lifetime of Cu+ in Alkali
Halide Host Crystals.  S. A. Payne, R. H. Austin and D. S. McClure,
Phys. Rev. B29, 32 (1984).

106.

Photoionization Pathways of Cu+ in CdCl2 and CdBr2.  S. A. Payne and
D. S. McClure, J. Phys. Chem., 88, 1379-1385 (1984).

107.

Excited State Dynamics of NaF:Cu+.  A. B. Goldberg, S. A. Payne and
D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 81, (4), 1523 (1984).

108.

Two-Photon Spectroscopy of Ions in Crystals:  Cu+ and Ag+ in Alkali
Halides.  S. A. Payne, A. B. Goldberg and D. S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys.,
81, (4), 1529 (1984).

109.

Spectral Band Assignments for Cu+ and Ag+ in Alkali Halides Via Two-Photon
Spectroscopy.  D. S. McClure and C. Pedrini, Journal of Luminescence,
31/32, 197-200 (1984).

110.

Excited State Absorption and the 4p-Electron Levels of Cu+ in Alkali
Halide Hosts.  R.-L. Chien, J. Simonetti and D. S. McClure, Journal of
Luminescence, 31/32, 326-329 (1984).

111.*

Spectral Band Assignments for Cu+ in Alkali Halides via Two-Color
Two-Photon Spectroscopy.  Ring-Ling Chien, Chem. Phys. Lett. 112, No. 6,
534-538 (1984).

112.

Photoionization of Divalent Rare Earth Ions in Fluorite-type Crystals,
D. S. McClure and C. Pedrini, J. de Physique, 46, C7-397 (1985).

113.

Excitons Trapped at Impurity Centers in Highly Ionic Crystals.
D. S. McClure and C. Pedrini, Phys. Rev. B32, 8465, (1985).

114.

Photoionization Threshold of Rare Earth Impurity Ions in Eu2+:CaF2,
Ce3+:YAG and Sm2+:CaF2.  C. Pedrini, F. Rogemond and D. S. McClure,
J. Appl. Phys., 59, 1196 (1986).

115.

Two-Photon Electronic Spectroscopy of Cs2GeF6:Mn4+.  R.-L. Chien, J. Berg,
D.S. McClure, P. Rabinowitz and B. N. Perry, J. Chem. Phys., 84, 4168
(1986).

116.

Spectroscopic Study of Chloroiron(II) Complexes in LiCl-DCl-D2O Solutions.
Lynn Vogel Koplitz, Donald S. McClure and David A. Crerar, Inorg. Chem.,
26, 308 (1987).

117.

One- and Two-Photon Spectroscopy of the 3Eg State of NaF:Cu+:  Observation
and Analysis of Vibronic Fine Structure.  John M. Berg, Ring-Ling Chien
and Donald S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 87, 7-19 (1987).

118.

Pure Dephasing and Non-Radiative Decay in the Excited Electronic States of
NaF:Cu+.  Dee Pack and Donald S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 87, 5161, (1987).

119.

Measurement of Ionization Rate of Photoexcited Divalent Rare Earth Ions in
Fluorite-type Crystals.  Robert Fuller and Donald S. McClure,
J. Luminescence, 38, 193 (1987).

120.

Two-Photon spectroscopy in Molecules with High Symmetry, D.S. McClure,
Acta. Phys. Polonica, A71, 787-797 (1987).

121.

One- and Two-Photon Spectra of Transition Metal Ions in Crystals,
D.S. McClure, J.M. Berg, C. Campochiaro and P. Rabinowitz, In "Proceedings
of the First International School on Excited States of Transition
Elements, 1988," Edited by B. Jezowska-Trzebiatowska, J. Legendziewicz and
W. Strek, World Scientific Publishing Co. 1989.

122.

Selective Excitation and Analysis of NaF:Cu+ Electronic Transitions Using
Two-color, Two-photon Spectroscopy.  John M. Berg and Donald S. McClure,
J. Chem. Phys., 90 (8),  391-3930 (1989).

123.

Ce3+:Na+ Pairs in CaF2 and in SrF2:  Absorption and Laser-excitation
Spectroscopy, and the Observation of Hole Burning.  Dee William Pack,
William J. Manthey and Donald S. McClure, Phys. Rev. B40, 9930-9944
(1989).  Erratum: Phys. Rev. B44, 3494 (1991).

124.

Two-photon Spectroscopy of the 4A2g ® 4T2g Transition in Mn4+ Impurity Ions
in Crystals.  C. Campochiaro, D. S. McClure, P. Rabinowitz and S. Dougal,
in: Vibronic Processes in Inorganic Chemistry, C. D. Flint (ed.), Kluwer
Academic Publishers (1989) pp. 255-265.

125.

Vibronic Coupling in the Two-photon 4A2 ® 4T2 Spectrum of Mn4+ in the Cubic
and Trigonal Sites of Cs2MF6, M=Si, Ge, Ti.  Cecelia Campochiaro,
Donald S. McClure, Paul Rabinowitz and Shawn Dougal, Chem. Phys. Lett.,
157, 78-82 (1989).

126.

Effect of Uniaxial Stress on NaF:Cu+ Electronic Transitions.  S.C. Weaver
and D.S. McClure, J. Chem. Phys., 92, 3994-5 (1990).

127.

Techniques and Applications of Two-photon Spectroscopy of Inorganic
Solids.  D.S. McClure, Standard Publication 1066 (American Society for
Testing and Materials) (1990) p. 21-35.

128.

Determination of Photoionization Rates of Divalent Samarium Doped in
Alkaline Earth Fluorides.  Robert L. Fuller and Donald S. McClure,
J. of Luminescence, 45, 354-6 (1990).

129.

Electronic Spectra and Electronic Structure of the Cu+ Ion in Alkali
Halides.  Donald S. McClure and Catherine Weaver, J. Phys. Chem. Solids,
52, 81-100 (1991).

130.

Photoionization Yields in the Doubly Doped SrF2Eu:Sm System.
Robert L. Fuller and Donald S. McClure, Phys. Rev. 43, 27 (1991).

131.

Two-Photon Spectroscopy of MgO:Ni2+.  Cecelia Campochiaro,
Donald S. McClure, Paul Rabinowitz and Shawn Dougal,
Phys. Rev. B43, 14 (1991).

132.

One- and Two-Photon Spectroscopy of the Hexafluoroplatinate(IV) Ion.
Cecelia Campochiaro, Donald S. McClure, and Howard H. Patterson, Inorg.
Chem., 31, 2809 (1992).

133.

Optical Absorption and Luminescence Spectra of Rh3+-Doped Cs2NaMCl6
(M = Y,In,Sc) Single Crystals.  S. Catherine Weaver and Donald S. McClure,
Inorg. Chem., 31, 2814 (1992).

134.

Electronic Structure of d3 Ions via Two-Photon Spectroscopy.  John M.
Berg, Cecelia Campochiaro, Douglas M. Ho, and Donald S. McClure,
Proceedings on Advanced Solid-State Lasers.  Lloyd L. Chase and
Albert A. Pinto (eds), Optical Society of America., Vol. 13, 290 (1992).

135.

Luminescence Kinetics of Yb2+  in NaCl.  Taiju Tsuboi, Donald S. McClure
and Wing C. Wong, Phys. Rev. B48,  62-67 (1993).

136.

Photoionization and Trapping of Electrons in the System BaF2:Eu:Sm.
Wanfeng Mou and Donald S. McClure, Phys. Rev. B47, 11031-11038 (1993).

137.

Oxidation States of Copper in Lead Borate (2PhO.B2O3) Glass.  Zhigang
Zhou, Alexandra Navrotsky and Donald S. McClure, Physics and Chemistry of
Glasses, 34, 251-254 (1993).

138.

Photoionization and Photochemical Production of Color Centers in Ce3+ and
Ce3+:Na+ Doped CaF2.  G.S. Hollingsworth and D.S. McClure, Phys. Rev.
B45,  13280-13285 (1993).

139.

One- and Two-Photon Absorption Spectrum of Mn4+ in Trigonal Cs2TiF6.
C. Campochiaro, C.D. Flint, Z. Hasan, G. Hollingsworth, N.B. Manson, and
D.S. McClure, J. Luminescence, 60/61, 684-687 (1994).

140.

Electron-Vibration Effects in Cs2GeF2:Mn4+ Using Two-Photon Absorption.
C. Campochiaro C.P. flint, Z. Hasan, G. Hollingsworth and D.S. McClure.
J. Luminescence, 58, 1-4 (1994).

141.

Temperature Dependence of 10Dq for Aqueous Hexaaquomanganese(II).
Lynn Vogel Koplitz, Keon Kim and Donald S. McClure, Inorg. Chem., 33, 702
(1994).                                                                                                      

142.

Effect of a Local Charge Compensator on Trapping Cross-Section and
Photoionization Energy of Impurities in a Crystal.  Wanfeng Mou and
Donald S. McClure, J. Luminescence, 60/61, 592-594 (1994).

143.

Photoconductivity of Titanium Doped Insulating Oxide Crystals.
Wing C. Wong, Donald S. McClure and Sergei A. Basun, J. Luminescence,
60/61, 183-187 (1994).

144.

Charge-Exchange Processes in Titanium-Doped Sapphire Crystals.  I. Charge-
Exchange Energies and Titanium-Bound Excitons.  Wing C. Wong and
Donald S. McClure, and Sergei Basun, Phys. Rev. B51, 5682-5692 (1995).

145.

Charge-Exchange Processes in Titanium-Doped Sapphire Crystals.
II. Charge-Transfer Transition States, Carrier Trapping, and Detrapping.
Wing C. Wong and Donald S. McClure, and Sergei Basun, Phys. Rev. B51,
5693-5698 (1995).

146.

Electronic and Vibrational Spectra of Ba4NaCuO4(CO3)2 and Ba4LiCuO4(CO3)2.
H.A. Weakliem, K. Guda, B. Corona and D.S. McClure, Journal of Solid State
Chemistry, 119, 359-363 (1995).

147.

Optical and photoelectrical studies of charge-transfer processes in YAlO3:Ti crystals.
S.A. Basun, T. Danger, A.A. Kaplyanskii, D.S. McClure, K. Petermann, W.C.
Wong, Phys. Rev. B54, 6141-6149 (1996).

148.

Optical Spectroscopy of the Ag+ ion in NaF: Experimental results and analysis
of manifestations of the Jahn-Teller effect,  H. Bill, G.J. Hollingsworth,
D.S.McClure, B. Moine and Ch. Pedrini, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 7328 - 7337
(1998)


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