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Joel Bowman

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Joel M. Bowman is the Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Theoretical Chemistry at Emory University. He is the author of more than 300 publications, a Fellow of the American Physical Society and American Association for the Advancement of Science. His research interests are in basic theories of chemical reactivity and recent papers have appeared in the journal Science.


  • Beyond Platonic Molecules (An Invited “Perspective”) J. M. Bowman, Science 290, 724 (2000).
  • The roaming atom: Straying from the reaction path in formaldehyde decomposition, D. Townsend, S. A. Lahankar, S. K. Lee, S. D. Chambreau, A. G. Suits, X. Zhang, J. Rheinecker, L. B. Harding and J. M. Bowman, Science 306, 1158 (2004).
  • Quantum deconstruction of the infra-red spectrum of CH5+, X. Huang, A. B. McCoy, J. M. Bowman L. M. Johnson, C. Savage, F. Dong, D. J. Nesbitt, Science 311, 60 (2006).
  • Signatures of H2CO Photodissociation from two electronic states, H. M. Yin S. H. Kable, X. Zhang and J.M. Bowman, Science 311, 1443 (2006).
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