Ultrafast X-ray Science: Structural Transients in Solution
We discuss two techniques of ultrafast X-ray science implemented at synchrotrons with application to the study of the real-time dynamics of chemical systems in solution. Time-resolved X-ray scattering and absorption offer complementary ways to study geometrical structural changes in a wide variety of systems. We present a few examples that demonstrate their ability to obtain structural information on timescales ranging from milliseconds down to hundreds of femtoseconds. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Absorption ; Dynamics ; Pump probe ; Saxs ; Scattering ; Structure ; Synchrotron ; Time-resolved ; Ultrafast ; X-ray ; Xas ; Body Distribution-Functions ; Induced Spin-Crossover ; Free-Electron Laser ; Absorption Spectroscopy ; Synchrotron-Radiation ; Molecular-Structures ; Condensed Matter ; Excited-State ; Dynamics ; Light
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