Ultrafast x-ray spectroscopy for structural dynamics studies in chemistry and biology - art. no. 67271P
Time-resolved x-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) spectroscopy with picosecond temporal resolution is a new method to observe electronic and geometric structures of short-lived reaction intermediates. It combines an intense femtosecond laser source synchronized to the x-ray pulses delivered into the microXAS beamline of the Swiss Light Source (SLS). We present key experiments on charge transfer reactions as well as spin-crossover processes in coordination chemistry compounds next to solvation dynamics studies of photogenerated atomic radicals.
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Keywords: x-ray absorption spectroscopy ; picosecond time resolution ; spin-crossover ; transition metal compounds ; aqueous radicals ; Absorption Spectroscopy ; Spin-Crossover ; Recombination Dynamics ; Temperature ; Transitions ; State ; Photodetachment ; Relaxation ; Dependence ; Complexes
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