Dan Dill
Curriculum Vitae

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Contact Information

Dan Dill
Department of Chemistry
Boston University
590 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02215

dan@bu.edu, 617-398-0137 (voice), 617-353-6466 (fax)

Education

PhD, June 1972

University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry, in Chemical Physics, with Professor Ugo Fano, Department of Physics. Thesis: Photoelectron Angular Distributions and Angular Correlation Theory

SM, June 1972

University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry

AB, May 1968

Boston University, College of Liberal Arts, Summa Cum Laude, Biology

Academic Appointments

1984 to 1989

Chair, Department of Chemistry, Boston University

1980 to present

Professor, Department of Chemistry, Boston University

1979 to 1980

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Boston University

1979

Maitre de Recherche, Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Boston University

1973 to 1985

Consultant, Radiological and Environmental Research Division, Argonne National Laboratory

1973 Summer

Research Associate, Radiological and Environmental Research Division, Argonne National Laboratory

1972 to 1973

Research Associate, Department if Physics, University of Chicago

   

Other Appointments

Honors

  • Fellow of the American Physical Society, elected 1984
  • Boston University Distinguished Alumnus, elected 1978
  • Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, 1975 to 1977
  • Sigma Xi, elected 1970
  • Phi Beta Kappa, elected 1967

Teaching Publications

  1. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry, Harcourt Brace, ISBN 0-03-044989-8 (1998)
  2. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry, revised edition, W. W. Norton, ISBN 0-393-97661-0 (2000).
  3. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry,
    http://quantum.bu.edu/notes/GeneralChemistry/index.html
  4. D. Dill, Notes on Quantum Mechanics,
    http://quantum.bu.edu/notes/QuantumMechanics/index.html
  5. D. Dill, Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL) Workshops in Quantum Aspects of Chemistry,
    http://quantum.bu.edu/PLTL/index.html
  6. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry, 2e, WH Freeman, ISBN 1-4292--0068-4 (2006)
  7. P. Garik, D. Dill, A. Golger and M. Hoffman, Exploring Quantum Concetps in Chemistry (2006)
  8. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry, 2e (revised), WH Freeman, ISBN 1-4292-1443-0 (2007)
  9. D. Dill, Notes on General Chemistry, 3e, WH Freeman, ISBN 1-4292-2705-2 (2008)
  10. P. Garik, D. Dill, A. Golger and M. Hoffman, Exploring Quantum Concepts in Chemistry (2010): Workbook and accompanying online software, http://quantumconcepts.bu.edu/software/applets/
  11. General Chemistry 1, Lecture Contents, CASCH101 Fall 2017, http://quantum.bu.edu/courses/ch101-fall-2017/contents.html
  12. General Chemistry 2, Lecture Contents, CASCH102 Spring 2018, http://quantum.bu.edu/courses/ch102-spring-2018/contents.html
  13. Mathematica CDF Animations, CH101/2 General Chemistry, http://quantum.bu.edu/CDF/index.html

Research and Teaching Presentations

  1. Exploring Quantum Principles with Computers, Alan D. Crosby, Dan Dill, Luciana S. Garbayo, Peter S. Garik, Alexander Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, presented at the 225th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 23 -- 27, 2003.
  2. Towards the General Chemistry Course of the Year 2050, Alan D. Crosby, Dan Dill, Peter S. Garik, and Morton Z. Hoffman, Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science and Education, Oxford, England, July 20-25, 2003.
  3. Week-long workshop for New England college chemistry teachers on teaching quantum concepts in chemistry, Alan D. Crosby, Dan Dill, Luciana S. Garbayo, Peter S. Garik, Alexander Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, June 16--20, 2003
  4. Implementing PLTL in the quantum concepts semester of physical chemistry , PDF Logo 22 KB / 3 pagesDan Dill, Peer-led Team Learning - New Approaches, Different Results?, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Sunday, March 28, 2004 from 1:35 PM to 1:55 PM, Anaheim, CA
  5. Designing targeted interactive software for chemical education for multiple educational environments, PDF Logo 49 KB / 3 pages, Alan D. Crosby, Peter Carr, Peter Garik, Alex Golger, Morton Z. Hoffman and Paul Horwitz, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Tuesday, March 30, 2004 from 4:15 PM to 4:40 PM, Anaheim, CA
  6. Prerequisites for Acquisition of Quantum Concepts and Their Comprehension by Undergraduate Chemistry Students, Peter Garik, Peter Carr, Alan Crosby, Dan Dill, Luciana Garbayo, Alexander Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, 18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, 2004, Ames, Iowa.
  7. Targeted Interactive Software for Teaching Quantum Concepts in Multiple Educational Environments, Peter Garik, Alan Crosby, Peter Carr, Dan Dill, Alexander Golger, Morton Z. Hoffman, Paul Horwitz, and Charles L. Hurwitz, 18th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, 2004, Ames, Iowa
  8. Students’ Understanding of Quantum Concepts Entering a General Chemistry Course, P. Garik, L. Garbayo, A. Crosby, D. Dill, A. Golger, and M. Hoffman, paper presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual Meeting 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  9. What general chemistry students know about quantum concepts, Peter Garik, Peter Carr, Alan Crosby, Dan Dill, Yehudit Judy Dori, Haim Eshach, Luciana Garbayo, Alex Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, presented by Peter Garik at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, September 7 – 11, 2003, New York, NY
  10. Workshop: Quantum Explorations in a PLTL Setting, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Monday, March 29, 2004 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Anaheim, CA
  11. Workshop Exploring Quantum Concepts (May 2004), with Peter Garik at Medford High School, MA for the Northeast Association of Chemistry Teachers.
  12. Evaluation of a wireless response system in general chemistry, Castonguay, T., Dill, D., Hoffman, M.Z, & Miecznikowski, J., 230th American Chemical Society National Meeting, March 2005, San Diego, CA
  13. One year with the ACS textbook Chemistry , PDF Logo 22 KB / 3 pages, Dan Dill, Morton Z. Hoffman, and Thomas D. Tullius, Choosing and Using the Chemistry Textbook, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Wednesday, August 31, 2004 from 9:25 AM, Washington, DC
  14. How Much Physics Do General Chemistry Students Need to Understand Spectroscopy?, Garik, P., Crosby, A., Dill, D., Golger, A., & Hoffman, M.Z., 230th American Chemical Society National Meeting, August 2005, Washington, DC
  15. Quantum Concepts in the General Chemistry Course, Garik, P., Crosby, A., Dill, D., Golger, A., & Hoffman, M.Z., 230th American Chemical Society National Meeting, August 2005, Washington, DC
  16. Dispelling Myths and Misconceptions Through the Visualization of Quantum Concepts in General and Physical Chemistry, PDF Logo 1.76 MB / 65 slides, Alan Crosby, Dan Dill, Alexander Golger, Peter Garik, and Morton Hoffman, Pacifichem Conference, December 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  17. Chemistry Students Need to Understand Spectroscopy?" Western Regional ACS Meeting, January 22-25, 2006, Anaheim/Orange, California.
  18. Morton Z. Hoffman, Dan Dill, Peter Garik, and Alex Golger, "Can Quantum Concepts be Learned by Students in General Chemistry?" Central Regional ACS Meeting, May 16-20, 2006, Frankenmuth, Michigan.
  19. Morton Z. Hoffman, Dan Dill, Alex Golger, and Peter Garik, "Myths, Misconceptions, and Mixed Connections in the Study of Quantum Concepts by Students in General Chemistry," 89th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exposition, May 27-31, 2006, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  20. Morton Z. Hoffman, Dan Dill, Peter Garik, and Alex Golger, "Dispelling Myths and Misconceptions Through the Visualization of Quantum Concepts in General Chemistry," 19th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, July 30-August 3, 2006, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  21. Peter Garik, Dan Dill, Alex Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, "Using Computers to Visualize and Reason with Quantum Concepts," 19th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, July 30-August 3, 2006, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  22. Dan Dill, Peter Garik, Alex Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, "Dispelling Myths and Misconceptions Through the Visualization of Quantum Concepts," 19th International Conference on Chemical Education, August 12-17, 2006, Seoul, Korea.
  23. Peter Garik, Dan Dill, Alex Golger, and Morton Z. Hoffman, "Learning About Space and Time Dependence at the Atomic Level: Addressing the Problem Through Visualization," 232nd ACS National Meeting, September 10-14, 2006, San Francisco, California.
  24. Dan Dill, Peter Garik, and Morton Z. Hoffman, "Teaching the Essence of Quantum Concepts: Light Jiggles Electrons, Jiggling Electrons Make Light," 232nd ACS National Meeting, September 10-14, 2006, San Francisco, California.
  25. Workshop: Peter Garik, Dan Dill, and Morton Z. Hoffman, "Exploring Spectroscopy and the Interaction of Light with Atoms,"  July 30-August 3, 2006, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  26. Symposium organization and hosting Peter Garik (organizer and host), Dan Dill (organizer), and (organizer) Morton Z. Hoffman, "Teaching Quantum Concepts in Chemistry," 232nd ACS National Meeting, September 10-14, 2006, San Francisco, California.
  27. P. Garik, D. Dill, M.Z. Hoffman, A. Golger, and A.D. Crosby, "Visualizing Waves to Understand Atoms," Frontiers of Chemical Sciences III: Research and Education in the Middle East, Istanbul, Turkey, December 8-13, 2007.
  28. P. Garik, A. Crosby, D. Dill, A. Golger and M. Z. Hoffman, “Visualizing and Teaching Where the Reality of Chemistry Meets the Imagination," 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, April 2008, New Orleans LA.
  29. D. Dill, "ALEKS for General Chemistry," ALEKS Symposium, Washington DC, October 16, 2009,
  30. Morton Z. Hoffman and Dan Dill, "Four seasons of Chemistry: A Project of the American Chemical Society,", Symposium "Jerry Bell and the Joy of Chemistry", 242nd American Chemical Society National Meeting, August 28, 2011, Denver, CO
  31. night, Meredith, Garik, Peter, Dill, Dan, Jariwala, Manher, Duffy, Andrew, Goldberg, Bennett, Spilios, Kathryn. Learning Assistants and Undergraduate Assistants: Comparing two peer teaching models. Poster presented at the Learning Assistant Conference, CU Boulder, Boulder, CO. October
    28-20, 2012
  32. Manher Jariwala, Andrew Duffy, Mark Greenman, Bennett Goldberg, Meredith Knight, Tom Hunt, Peter Garik,, Kathyrn Spilios, Paul Lipton, Caleb Farny, Natalya Bassina, Binyomin Abrams, and Dan Dill, Tracking the Explosive Growth of the Learning Assistant Program and its Transformative Impact on STEM Education at BU, Boston University Instructional Innovation Conference, Friday, March 8, 2013
  33. Knight, Meredith, Garik, Peter, Moser, Adam, Hammond, Nic, Jariwala, Enrique Manher, Spilios, Kathryn, Goldberg, Bennett. (2013). Investigating the effect of peer teachers on learning environments in large STEM courses. Paper presented at the National Association of Research on Science Teaching (NARST), Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. April 9-12 2013
  34. Emily C. Allen, Alexander Golger, Dan Dill, Binyomin Abrams, Natalya Bassina, and Peter Garik, "Using the Inverted Classroom in Chemistry to Teach the Abstract Concepts of Atomic Structure and the Interaction of Light with Matter," Paper presented at the National Association of Research on Science Teaching (NARST), April 3, 2014
  35. Emily Allen, Binyomin Abrams, & Dan Dill, “Teaching Quantum Concepts with an Activity-Based Hybrid Classroom Paradigm,” Annual  International Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, April 11-14, 2015, Chicago IL.
  36. Binyomin Abrams, Natalya Bassina, Dan Dill (presenting) and Alex Golger, “An accessible picture of what light is and how it interacts with matter,”Symposium on Active Learning in the Chemistry Classroom, August 18, 2015, 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, MA. Slides at http://goo.gl/XtS287
  37. Binyomin Abrams, Natalya Bassina (presenting), Dan Dill, Alex Golger, “Using Learning Assistants to effectively implement course transformations in General Chemistry,” Symposium on Active Learning in the Chemistry Classroom, August 17, 2015, 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, MA.
  38. Binyomin Abrams (presenting), Natalya Bassina, Dan Dill, Alex Golger, “Teaching using a hybrid course model: Crafting and using effective out-of-class activities that engage and prepare students,” Symposium on Active Learning in the Chemistry Classroom, August 18, 2015, 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, MA.
  39. P. Garik, D. DeRosa, D. Dill, A. Duffy, B. Goldberg, M.
    Greenman, & T. Wooley-Brown, "Going On Four Cohorts: What We Learned and Are Changing Project BoNUSS: Boston University Noyce
    Urban Science Scholarship", 2016 Noyce Summit, Washington, D.C., July 20-22, 2016.

Research Publications

  1. U. Fano and D. Dill, Angular Momentum Transfer in the Theory of Angular Distributions, Phys. Rev. A 6, 185--192 (1972).
  2. D. Dill, Angular Distribution of Photoelectrons from $H_2$. Effect of Rotational Autoionization, Phys. Rev. A 6, 160--172 (1972).
  3. D. Dill and U. Fano, Diagramatic Theory of Angular Correslations, in Abstracts of Papers, Third International Conference on Atomic Physics, Boulder, Colorado, 1972 August, pp. 58--60.
  4. D. Dill and U. Fano, Parity Unfavoredness and the Distribution of Photofragments, Phys. Rev. Letters 29, 1203--1205 (1972).
  5. D. Dill, Resonances in Photoelectron Angular Distributions, Phys. Rev. A 7, 1976--1987 (1973).
  6. D. Dill, U. Fano, and E. S. Chang, Quantum Defect Theory of Vibrational Autoionization in Molecules, in Abstracts of Papers, VIII International Conference of the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions, Belgrade, 1973, edited by B. C. Cobic and M. V. Kurepa (Institute of Physics, Belgrade, 1973), pp. 536--537.
  7. D. Dill, Resonances in the Angular Distribution of Rare-Gas Photoelectrons, in Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, 1972 July -- 1973 June, ANL-8060, Part I, pp. 190--195.
  8. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Multiple-Scattering Model for Discrete and Continuum Molecular Wavefunctions, ibid., pp. 119--157.
  9. D. Dill, S. T. Manson, and A. F. Starace, Photoelectron Angular Distributions as a Probe of Anisotropic Electron-Ion Interactions, Phys. Rev. Letters 32, 971--974 (1974).
  10. D. Dill and J. L. Dehmer, Electron-Molecule Scattering and Molecular Photoionization Using the Multiple-Scattering Method, J. Chem. Phys. 61, 692--698 (1974).
  11. S. T. Manson, D. J. Kennedy, A. F. Starace, and D. Dill, Angular Distribution of Photoelectrons from Atomic Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Carbon, Plant. Space Sci. 22, 1535--1543 (1974).
  12. O. Atabek, D. Dill, and Ch. Jungen, Quantum Defect Theory of $^1\pi^-_u$ Levels of $H_2$, Phys. Rev. Letters 33, 123--126 (1974).
  13. D. Dill, Theory of the Angular Distribution of Photoelectrons Ejected from Gas-Phase Targets, invited talk, Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Electron and Atomic Physics, University of Chicago, 2--4 December 1974, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 19, 1172 (1974).
  14. D. Dill, A. F. Starace, Effects of Anisotropic Electron-Ion Interactions in Atomic Photoelectron Angular Distributions, Phys. Rev. A 11, 1596--1606 (1975).
  15. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Preliminary Results on Application of the Multiple-Scattering Technique to Electtron-Molecule Scattering and Molecular Photoionization: The $\pi_g$ Resonance in $e-N_2$ Scattering, in Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, ANL-75-3-I, pp. 88--90.
  16. S. T. Manson, A. F. Starace, and D. Dill, Angular Distribution of Photoelectrons from Atomic Selenium and Bromine, in Abstracts of Papers, IX ICPEAC, Seattle, 1975.
  17. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Shape Resonances in K-Shell Photoionization of Diatomic Molecules, Phys. Rev. Letters 35, 213--215 (1975).
  18. D. Dill, A Primer on Photoelectron Angular Distributions, in Photoionization and Other Probes of Many-Electron Interactions, NATO-ASI (B) Series, edited by F. J. Wuilleumier (Plenum, New York, 1976), pp. 387--394.
  19. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Molecular Effects in K-Shell Photoionization of $N_2$, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 20, 1461 (1975).
  20. D. Dill, A. F. Starace, and S. T. Manson, Effects of Anisotropic Electron-Ion Interactions on the Photoelectron Angular Distribution of Open-Shell Atoms, in Electron and Photon Interactions with Atoms, edited by H. Kleinpoppen and M. R. C. McDowell (Plenum, New York, 1976), pp. 83--88.
  21. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Analysis of the Autoionization Structure in the K-Shell Photoionization Spectrum of $N_2$, in Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, ANL-75-60-I, pp. 42--45.
  22. D. Dill and J. L. Dehmer, Extended Fine Structure in the K-Shell Photoionization Spectrum of $Br_2$, in Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, ANL-75-60-I, pp. 46--49.
  23. J. Siegel, D. Dill and J. L. Dehmer, Continuum and Bound Molecular Electronic Wavefunctions for Generalized Multiple-Scattering Potentials, J. Chem. Phys. 64, 3204--3206 (1976).
  24. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Molecular Effects in Inner-Shell Photoabsorption. Shape Resonances and EXAFS, invited lecture, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Inner-Shell Ionization Phenomena, 1976 March 29 -- April 2, Freiburg, West Germany, pp. 221--237.
  25. D. Dill, Fixed-Molecule Photoelectron Angular Distributions, J. Chem. Phys. 65, 1130--1133 (1976).
  26. D. Dill, J. Siegel, and J. L. Dehmer, Spectral Variation of Fixed-Molecule Photoelectron Angular Distributions, J. Chem. Phys. 65, 3158--3160 (1976).
  27. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Molecular Effects on Inner-Shell Photoabsorption. K-Shell Spectrum of $N_2$, J. Chem. Phys. 65, 5327--5334 (1976).
  28. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Shape Resonance Effects in X-Ray Absorption Spectra of Molecules, Extended Abstracts, International Conference of the Physics of X-Ray Spectra, National Bureau of Standards, 30 August - 2 September 1976, pp. 75--77.
  29. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Angular Distribution of $5s \to\ \epsilon p$ Photoelectrons: Direct Evidence for Anisotropic Final-State Interaction, Phys. Rev. Letters 37, 1049--1052 (1976).
  30. J. Siegel, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Halogen K-Shell Photoionization: Calculated $HX$ and $X_2$ Photoelectron Cross Sections, Random- and Fixed-Molecule Angular Distributions, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 21, 1263 (1976).
  31. J. Siegel, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Halogen K-Shell Photoionization, Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, ANL-76-88-I, pp. 53--61.
  32. S. Wallace, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Fixed-Molecule Photoelectron Angular Distributions of $CO$ for Fixed Source-Detector Orientation, ibid., pp. 65--72.
  33. D. Dill and J. L. Dehmer, Total Elastic Electron Scattering Cross Section for $N_2$, Between 0 and 1000 eV, Phys. Rev. A 16, 1423--1431 (1977).
  34. S. Wallace, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Fixed-Molecule Photoelectron Angular Distributions: K-Shell Cross Sections of $CO$ at Fixed Detection Angles, Phys. Rev. B 17, 2004--2010 (1978).
  35. W. B. Peatman and D. Dill, Measured and Calculated Variation of the Photoionization Cross Section Ratio for Argon from 0 to 0.050 eV above the $^2P^{\circ_{3/2,1/2$ Photoionization Thresholds, Chem. Phys. Letters 53, 79--81 (1978).
  36. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Photoion Angular Distribution in Dissociative Photoionization of $H_2$ at 304 \AA, Phys. Rev. A 18, 164--171 (1978).
  37. S. Wallace and D. Dill, Detector Integrated Angular Distribution: Chemisorption-Site Geometry, Axial-Recoil Photofragmentation, and Molecular-Beam Orientation, Phys. Rev. B 17, 1692--1699 (1978).
  38. \J. Siegel, D. Dill, and J. Dehmer, Differential Elastic Electron Scattering Cross Sections for $N_2$ from 0 to 30 eV, Phys. Rev. A 17, 2106--2109 (1978).
  39. D. Dill, S. Wallace, J. Siegel, and J. L. Dehmer, Molecular Photoelectron Angular Distributions as a Probe of Dynamic Symmetry Breaking, Phys. Rev. Letters 41, 1230--1233 (1978) and 42, 411 (1979).
  40. D. Dill, S. Wallace, and J. L. Dehmer, Fixed-Molecule Angular Distributions: Fixed-Atom (Isotropic) Limit, Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report, ANL-78-65-I, pp. 68--76 (1978).
  41. S. T. Manson and D. Dill, The Photoionization of Atoms: Cross Sections and Photoelectron Angular Distributions, in Electron Spectroscopy: Theory, Techniques and Applications, Volume 2, edited by C. R. Brundle and A. D. Baker (Academic, New York, 1978), pp. 157--195.
  42. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, The Continuum Multiple-Scattering Approach to Electron-Molecule Scattering and Molecular Photoionization, in Electron-Molecule and Photon-Molecule Collisions, edited by V. McKoy, T. N. Rescigno and B. Schneider (Plenum, New York, 1979), pp. 225--265.
  43. J. L. Dehmer, J. Siegel, and D. Dill, Shape Resonances in $e-SF_6$ Scattering, J. Chem. Phys. 69, 5205--5206 (1978).
  44. S. Wallace, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Spectral Variation of Molecular Photoelectron Angular Distributions: Valence Shells of $N_2$ and $CO$, J. Phys. B 12, L417--L420 (1979).
  45. M. G. Lynch, D. Dill, J. Siegel, and J. L. Dehmer, Elastic Electron Scattering by $CO_2$, $OCS$, and $CS_2$ from 0 to 100 eV, J. Chem. Phys. 71, 4249--4254 (1979).
  46. J. Siegel, J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Elastic Electron-Scattering Cross Sections for $N_2$ from 0 to 1000 eV. Energy Dependent Exchange Potentials, Phys. Rev. A 21, 85--94 (1980).
  47. J. L. Dehmer, J. Siegel, J. Welch, and D. Dill, Origin of Enhanced Vibrational Excitation in $N_2$ by Electron Impact in the 15--35 eV Region, Phys. Rev. A 21, 101--104 (1980).
  48. D. Dill, J. Welch, J. L. Dehmer, and J. Siegel, Shape-Resonance Enhanced Vibrational Excitation at Intermediate Energies (10--40 eV), in Electron-Molecule Scattering, Phys. Rev. Letters 43, 1236--1239 (1979).
  49. D. Dill and Ch. Jungen, Quantum-Defect Functions. Interconverters of Electronic and Nuclear Motion, J. Phys. Chem. 84, 2116--2122 (1980).
  50. J. L. Dehmer, D. Dill, and S. Wallace, Shape-Resonance Enhanced Nuclear-Motion Effects in Molecular Photoionization, Phys. Rev. Letters 43, 1005--1008 (1979).
  51. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Shape-Resonance Enhanced Nuclear-Motion Effects in Electron-Molecule Scattering and Molecular Photoionization, in Electronic and Atomic Collisions, edited by K. Oda and K. Takayanagi (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1980), pp. 195--208.
  52. J. L. Dehmer and D. Dill, Connections Between Molecular Photoionization and Electron-Molecule Scattering with Emphasis on Shape Resonances, in Symposium on Electron-Molecule Collisions, edited by I. Shimamura and M. Matsuzawa (University of Tokyo, September 1979), pp. 95--104.
  53. Ch. Jungen and D. Dill, Calculation of Rotational-Vibrational Preionization in $H_2$ by Multichannel Quantum Defect Theory, J. Chem. Phys. 73, 3338--3345 (1980).
  54. J. R. Swanson, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Nuclear Motion Effects in the Photoionization of $CO_2$, J. Phys. B 13, L231--234 (1980).
  55. J. Siegel, J. L. Dehmer, and D. Dill, Differential Cross Sections for $e-LiF$ Scattering, J. Phys. B 13, L215--L219 (1980).
  56. M. Raoult, Ch. Jungen, and D. Dill, Photoelectron Angular Distributions in $H_2$. Calculation of Rotational-Vibrational Preionization by Multichannel Quantum Defect Theory, J. de Phys. Chim. 77, 599--604 (1980).
  57. D. Dill, J. R. Swanson, S. Wallace, and J. L. Dehmer, Angular Distribution of Molecular K-Shell Auger Electrons: Spectroscopy of Photoabsorption Anisotropy, Phys. Rev. Letters 45, 1393--1396 (1980).
  58. J. Siegel, J. L. Dehmer, and J. Siegel, Hybrid Calculation of Electron - Polar-Moecule Scattering: Integrated and Momentum-Transfer Cross Sections for $LiF$, Phys. Rev. A 23, 632--640 (1981).
  59. E. D. Poliakoff, J. L. Dehmer, D. Dill, A. C. Parr, K. H. Jackson, and R. N. Zare, Polarization of Fluorescence Following Molecular Photoionization, Phys. Rev. Letters 46, 907--910 (1981).
  60. J. Siegel, J. L. Dehmer, and D. Dill, Effects of Long- and Short-Range Forces in $e-CsCl$ Scattering, J. Phys. B 14, L441--446 (1981).
  61. J. R. Swanson, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Vibrational Effects in the Shape-Resonant Photoionization of $CO_2$, J. Phys. B 14, L207--211 (1981).
  62. J. R. Swanson, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Shape Resonance Effects in the Photoabsorption Spectra of $BF_3$, J. Chem. Phys. 75, 619--624 (1981).
  63. S. Wallace, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Shape-Resonant Features in the Photoionization Spectra of $NO$, J. Chem. Phys. 76, 1217--1222 (1982).
  64. D. Loomba, S. Wallace, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Pictures of Unbound Molecular Electrons, Including Shape-Resonant States. Eigenchannel Contour Maps, J. Chem. Phys. 75, 4546--4552 (1981).
  65. P. M. Dittman, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Shape-Resonance-Induced Non-Franck-Condon Effects in the Valence-Shell Photoionization of $O_2$, J. Chem. Phys. 76, 5703--9 (1982).
  66. J. A. Stephens, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Vibrational Branching Ratios and Photoelectron Angular Distributions in $5\sigma$ Photoionization of $CO$, J. Phys. B 14, 3911--3918 (1981).
  67. J. L. Dehmer, A. C. Parr, S. Wallace, and D. Dill, Photoelectron Branching Ratios and Angular Distributions for the Valence Levels of $SF_6$ in the range 16 $\leq$ h$\nu$ $\leq$ 30 eV, Phys. Rev. A 26, 3283--3292 (1982).
  68. J. R. Swanson and D. Dill, Interstitial Integrals in the Multiple-Scattering Model, J. Chem. Phys. 77, 2010--13 (1982).
  69. J. L. Dehmer, D. Dill, A. C. Parr, Photoionization Dynamics of Small Molecules, in Photophysics and Photochemistry in the Vacuum Ultraviolet, edited by S. McGlynn, G. Findley, and R. Heubner (D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland 1983), pp. 341--408.
  70. P. M. Dittman, D. Dill, and J. L. Dehmer, Valence Shell Photoabsorption by $CO_2$ and its Connections with Electron - $CO_2$ Scattering, Chem. Phys. 78, 405--423 (1984).
  71. J. Stephens and D. Dill, Application of the Reaction Matrix Method to Molecular Photoionization. Treatment of Final-State Correlation in $3\sigma_g$ and $2\sigma_u$ Photoionization of $N_2$, in Abstracts of Papers, Procedings of the XIII International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions, edited by J. Eichler, W. Fritsch, I. V. Hertel, N. Stolterfort and U. Wille
  72. J. A. Stephens and D. Dill, Shape-Resonance Induced Many-Electron Interaction in $N_2$ $2\sigma_u$ Photoelectron Angular Distributions, Phys. Rev. A 31, 1968--1970 (1985).
  73. J.L. Dehmer, A.C. Parr and D. Dill, Shape Resonances in Molecular Fields, in Fundamental Processes in Atomic Dynamics, edited by J.S. Briggs, H. Kleinpoppen and H. Lutz (Plenum Press, 1988).
  74. D. Dill, Interactive \TeX/Mathematica documents Mathematica J. 1(2), 104--107 (1991).
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