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Casey is a physical chemist returning to the University of Missouri to research fundamentals of molecular scattering dynamics. He works in the Department of Chemistry with multiple instruments that utilize molecular beams, time-of-flight mass spectrometry, and lasers to perform spectroscopy and untangle dissociation and collision dynamics of chemical reactions. His research interests include understanding plasma formation in hypersonic systems using novel electron-ion coincidence imaging methods. He is also interested in studying hydrogen atom reactions with alkanes to experimentally probe reaction dynamics which may be primary chain reaction drivers under oxygen-deficient or pyrolytic conditions.

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