Bradley Stone

Bradley StoneProfessor Emeritus, Chemical Physics
DH 417


  • B.S. Chemistry with Honors, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1977
  • Ph.D. Chemical Physics, Indiana University, 1984
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of California Irvine, 1984-1985

Research Interests

Chemical physics, molecular spectroscopy, laser-induced fluorescence, and molecular astrophysics; detection of complex organic molecules in the interstellar medium.


  • “Segmented Flow Microfluidics”, Ioannis G. Lignos, Robert C.R. Wooten, Andrew J. deMello and Bradley M. Stone, G.C.K. Roberts (ed.), Encyclopedia of Biophysics, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-16712-6, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2012).
  • “Water Ice Nucleation Characteristics of JSC Mars-1 Regolith Simulant Under Simulated Martian Atmospheric Conditions”, Bruce D. Phebus, Alexandria V. Johnson, Brendan Mar, Bradley M. Stone, Anthony Colaprete, and Laura T. Iraci, submitted for publication, Journal of Geophysical Research116E04009 8 pp. (2011).
  • “Water Ice Cloud Formation on Mars is More Difficult than Presumed: Laboratory Studies of Ice Nucleation on Surrogate Materials”, Laura T. Iraci, Bruce D. Phebus, Bradley M. Stone, Anthony Colaprete, Icarus 210 985 (2010).
  • B.M. Stone and A.J. de Mello, “Life, the Universe and Microfluidics”, Lab On A Chip 2, 58N-64N, ( 2002).
  • X.D.F. Chillier, B.M. Stone, C. Joblin, F. Salama and L.J. Allamandola, "The D 122g) ® D 02g) Fluorescence From Matrix-Isolated Perylene CationFollowing Laser Excitation into the D 523g) and D 223g) Electronic States," Journal of Chemical Physics, 116, 5725 (2002).
  • X.D.F. Chillier, B.M. Stone, F. Salama, C. Joblin and L.J. Allamandola, "First Detection of an Ultraviolet Transition in an Ionized Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon," Journal of Chemical Physics, 111 449 ( 1999).