Filming atomic motions in liquids

Abstract : Basic techniques in ultrafast time-resolved optical spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction are described for a broad scientific community. Basic experimental setups are presented, and theories for the interpretation of experimental data are briefly described. The power of these ultrafast techniques is shown with a few selected examples. It is shown in particular how they permit to film atomic motions during a chemical reaction. The strong and weak points of the two complementary techniques are discussed in some detail. A number of basic references are included to help interested readers. Future developments of ultrafast techniques are conjectured at the end of the paper.
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S. Bratos, Guilhem Gallot, J.-C. Leicknam, Stanislas Pommeret, Rodolphe Vuilleumier, et al.. Filming atomic motions in liquids. Acta Chimica Slovenica, Slovenian Chemical Society, 2011, 58 (3), pp.434. ⟨hal-00803782⟩

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