QB Lu
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Measurement of the Rate of Interactions Produced by Solar Neutrinos at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
QR Ahmad, RC Allen, TC Andersen, JD Anglin, G Bühler, JC Barton, ...
Physical Review Letters 87 (7), 071301, 2001
30632001
Bond breaks of nucleotides by dissociative electron transfer of nonequilibrium prehydrated electrons: a new molecular mechanism for reductive DNA damage
CR Wang, J Nguyen, QB Lu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (32), 11320-11322, 2009
2012009
Effects of cosmic rays on atmospheric chlorofluorocarbon dissociation and ozone depletion
QB Lu, L Sanche
Physical Review Letters 87 (7), 078501, 2001
1762001
Direct synthesis of -bonded carbon chains on graphite surface by femtosecond laser irradiation
A Hu, M Rybachuk, QB Lu, WW Duley
Applied Physics Letters 91 (13), 131906, 2007
1202007
Direct observation of ultrafast-electron-transfer reactions unravels high effectiveness of reductive DNA damage
J Nguyen, Y Ma, T Luo, RG Bristow, DA Jaffray, QB Lu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (29), 11778-11783, 2011
1092011
Antioxidant induces DNA damage, cell death and mutagenicity in human lung and skin normal cells
LY Lu, N Ou, QB Lu
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-11, 2013
942013
Negative-ion enhancements in electron-stimulated desorption of CF 2 Cl 2 coadsorbed with nonpolar and polar gases on Ru (0001)
QB Lu, TE Madey
Physical review letters 82 (20), 4122, 1999
921999
Giant enhancement of electron-induced dissociation of chlorofluorocarbons coadsorbed with water or ammonia ices: Implications for atmospheric ozone depletion
QB Lu, TE Madey
The Journal of chemical physics 111 (7), 2861-2864, 1999
901999
Enhanced dissociative electron attachment to CF2Cl2 by transfer of electrons in precursors to the solvated state in water and ammonia ice
QB Lu, L Sanche
Physical Review-Section B-Condensed Matter 63 (15), 153403-153403, 2001
812001
Spectroscopic characterization of carbon chains in nanostructured tetrahedral carbon films synthesized by femtosecond pulsed laser deposition
A Hu, QB Lu, WW Duley, M Rybachuk
The Journal of chemical physics 126 (15), 154705, 2007
782007
Electron transfer reaction mechanism of cisplatin with DNA at the molecular level
QB Lu, S Kalantari, CR Wang
Molecular pharmaceutics 4 (4), 624-628, 2007
732007
Correlation between cosmic rays and ozone depletion
QB Lu
Physical review letters 102 (11), 118501, 2009
692009
Cosmic-ray-driven electron-induced reactions of halogenated molecules adsorbed on ice surfaces: Implications for atmospheric ozone depletion and global climate change
QB Lu
Physics Reports 487 (5), 141-167, 2010
672010
On the lifetimes and physical nature of incompletely relaxed electrons in liquid water
CR Wang, T Luo, QB Lu
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10 (30), 4463-4470, 2008
672008
Molecular reaction mechanisms of combination treatments of low-dose cisplatin with radiotherapy and photodynamic therapy
QB Lu
Journal of medicinal chemistry 50 (11), 2601-2604, 2007
652007
Real‐time observation of a molecular reaction mechanism of aqueous 5‐halo‐2′‐deoxyuridines under UV/ionizing radiation
CR Wang, QB Lu
Angewandte Chemie 119 (33), 6432-6436, 2007
622007
Molecular mechanism of the DNA sequence selectivity of 5-halo-2′-deoxyuridines as potential radiosensitizers
CR Wang, QB Lu
Journal of the American chemical society 132 (42), 14710-14713, 2010
552010
Resonant dissociative electron transfer of the presolvated electron to in liquid: Direct observation and lifetime of the transition state
CR Wang, K Drew, T Luo, MJ Lu, QB Lu
The Journal of chemical physics 128 (4), 041102, 2008
512008
Enhancements in dissociative electron attachment to chlorofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons adsorbed on ice
QB Lu, L Sanche
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (5), 2434-2438, 2004
482004
Large enhancement in dissociative electron attachment to HCl adsorbed on ice via transfer of presolvated electrons
QB Lu, L Sanche
The Journal of Chemical Physics 115 (13), 5711-5713, 2001
482001
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