Glablab is the atomic, molecular, and chemical physics laboratory in
Physics Department of Texas Tech University. Established in 1990, under
the guidance of Dr.
Wallace L. Glab, the lab has produced two Ph.D.s and two Masters
as well as 16 papers in high-quality scholarly journals.This page
photos of the lab, and information about work past, in progress and
General Research Interests
Experimental atomic, molecular and optical physics, laser
Multiphoton ionization studies of the excitation and excited state
of atomic Rydberg states. Studies of the
Stark effect on high Rydberg states of atomic hydrogen, rare gas atoms
and molecular hydrogen. Studies of intramolecular dynamics of diatomic
and triatomic molecules using multiphoton and VUV (vacuum ultraviolet)
laser techniques. Coherent effects in multiphoton processes in atomic
High-resolution multiphoton excitation and photoelectron spectroscopy
diatomic and triatomic molecules. Trace isotope detection using laser
techniques. Design and development of high-resolution tunable pulsed
lasers. Investigations of frequency upconversion techniques.
Recent Publications in PDF format
spectroscopy of quasi-linear Rydberg states of water," W. L. Glab,
Journal of Chemical Physics 117, 9316-9326 (2002).
defect analysis of the double resonance photoionization series of H2O,"
M. S. Child and W. L. Glab, Journal of Chemical Physics 112,
photoelectron spectroscopy of autoionizing states of water," W. L.
Glab, S. T. Pratt, and M. S. Child, Journal of Chemical Physics 109,
states of atomic carbon studied through vuv and uv double resonance,"
, W. L. Glab, P. T. Glynn, and F. Robicheaux, Phys. Rev. A 58,
spectroscopy of autoionizing states of water," , W. L. Glab,
of Chemical Physics 107, 5979-5982 (1997).
of the Old Lab
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a Rydberg state, anyway?
for Glablab Research
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CALLING ALL PHYSICS MAJORS!!
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studies. Contact the Graduate Recruiter, Prof.
Glab for more information, and visit the Graduate
Last Updated: January 30, 2004 W. L. Glab