Guillaume Bussiere

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Guillaume Bussiere


Research and Teaching Interests

Laboratory Courses:

1) Integrated Laboratories (CHEM 315/325/335/345)

2) Projects in Experimental Chemistry (CHEM 445)

I am particularly interested in developing new experiments to teach physical chemistry using a Hands-On Learning approach.

I am also interested in teaching the use of numerical models to simulate experimental data.

I offer RLE and summer projects to undergraduate students.

Current projects: 

1) REMPI (Resonance-Enhanced  Multi-Photon Ionisation) spectroscopy.

2) Development of new experiments that will use of numerical models to simulate experimental outcomes.

3) Development of new mass spectrometry and spectroscopy experiments.

Lecture Course:

Physical Chemistry (CHEM 205, Section 210, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00-11:00 am)

CHEM 205 topics:

1) Thermodynamics

2) Spectroscopy

3) Kinetics


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Office Room Number(s): 
Chemistry Lab B450A
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Bussiere, G. Assembly Of A Vacuum Chamber: A Hands-On Approach To Introduce Mass Spectrometry . Journal of Chemical Education 2014, 91, 2163-2166.


Hu, Y. ; Griffiths, K. ; Norton, P. R. ; Bussiere, G. ; Hepburn, J. Laser Induced Thermal Desorption Of Hydrogen From Zr(0001): Relationship To Water Dissociation And Hydrogen Dissolution. SURFACE SCIENCE 2007, 601, 3645-3650.


Bussiere, G. ; Musa, M. ; Norton, P. R. ; Griffiths, K. ; Brolo, A. G. ; Hepburn, J. W. Dynamics Of D-2 Released From The Dissociation Of D2O On A Zirconium Surface. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2006, 124, 124704.


Lescop, C. ; Bussiere, G. ; Beaulac, R. ; Belisle, H. ; Belorizky, E. ; Rey, P. ; Reber, C. ; Luneau, D. Magnetic And Optical Properties Of Nitroxide Radicals And Their Lanthanide Complexes. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF SOLIDS 2004, 65, 773-779.
Bussiere, G. ; Beaulac, R. ; Belisle, H. ; Lescop, C. ; Luneau, D. ; Rey, P. ; Reber, C. Excited States And Optical Spectroscopy Of Nitronyl Nitroxides And Their Lanthanide And Transition Metal Complexes. In TRANSITION METAL AND RARE EARTH COMPOUNDS III; TRANSITION METAL AND RARE EARTH COMPOUNDS III; 2004; Vol. 241, pp. 97-118.


Beaulac, M. ; Bussiere, G. ; Reber, C. ; Lescop, C. ; Luneau, D. Solid-State Absorption And Luminescence Spectroscopy Of Nitronyl Nitroxide Radicals. NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY 2003, 27, 1200-1206.


Hirel, C. ; Luneau, D. ; Pecaut, J. ; Ohrstrom, L. ; Bussiere, G. ; Reber, C. The Cyano Nitronyl Nitroxide Radical: Experimental And Theoretical Evidence For The Fourth Case Of The Mcconnell-I Mechanism. CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL 2002, 8, 3157-3161.


Bussiere, G. ; Beaulac, R. ; Cardinal-David, B. ; Reber, C. Coupled Electronic States In Trans-Mcl2(H2O)(4)(N+) Complexes (M : Ni2+, Co2+, V3+, Cr3+) Probed By Absorption And Luminescence Spectroscopy. COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS 2001, 219, 509-543.
Beaulac, R. ; Tremblay, J. C. ; Bussiere, G. ; Reber, C. Application Of Near-Infrared Luminescence Spectroscopy To Vanadium(Iii) Complexes. Characterization Of Their Electronic Ground State. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL SCIENCES AND SPECTROSCOPY 2001, 46, 152-161.


Lescop, C. ; Luneau, D. ; Bussiere, G. ; Triest, H. ; Reber, C. Ligand-Centered Near-Infrared Luminescence From Lanthanide Complexes With Chelating Nitronyl Nitroxide Free Radicals. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2000, 39, 3740+.
Triest, N. ; Bussiere, G. ; Belisle, H. ; Reber, C. Why Does The Middle Band In The Absorption Spectrum Of Ni(H2O)(6)(2+) Have Two Maxima?. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION 2000, 77, 670.


Dag, O. ; Ozin, G. A. ; Yang, H. ; Reber, C. ; Bussiere, G. Photoluminescent Silicon Clusters In Oriented Hexagonal Mesoporous Silica Film. ADVANCED MATERIALS 1999, 11, 474+.


Bussiere, G. ; Reber, C. Unusual Vibronic Progressions In The Absorption Spectra Of Nickel(Ii) Complexes. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 1998, 216, U185.
Bussiere, G. ; Reber, C. Coupled Excited States In Nickel(Ii) Complexes Probed By Polarized Absorption Spectroscopy. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 1998, 120, 6306-6315.