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Marcel Mudrich

Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets

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Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets. / Grüner, Barbara; Schlesinger, Maximilian; Heister, Ph; Strunz, W. T.; Stienkemeier, F.; Mudrich, M.

I: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Bind 13, Nr. 15, 21.04.2011, s. 6816-6826.

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Grüner, B, Schlesinger, M, Heister, P, Strunz, WT, Stienkemeier, F & Mudrich, M 2011, 'Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets', Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, bind 13, nr. 15, s. 6816-6826. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02355h

APA

Grüner, B., Schlesinger, M., Heister, P., Strunz, W. T., Stienkemeier, F., & Mudrich, M. (2011). Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13(15), 6816-6826. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02355h

CBE

Grüner B, Schlesinger M, Heister P, Strunz WT, Stienkemeier F, Mudrich M. 2011. Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 13(15):6816-6826. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02355h

MLA

Grüner, Barbara o.a.. "Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets". Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2011, 13(15). 6816-6826. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02355h

Vancouver

Grüner B, Schlesinger M, Heister P, Strunz WT, Stienkemeier F, Mudrich M. Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2011 apr 21;13(15):6816-6826. https://doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02355h

Author

Grüner, Barbara ; Schlesinger, Maximilian ; Heister, Ph ; Strunz, W. T. ; Stienkemeier, F. ; Mudrich, M. / Vibrational relaxation and dephasing of Rb2 attached to helium nanodroplets. I: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2011 ; Bind 13, Nr. 15. s. 6816-6826.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The vibrational wave-packet dynamics of diatomic rubidium molecules (Rb2) in triplet states formed on the surface of superfluid helium nanodroplets is investigated both experimentally and theoretically. Detailed comparison of experimental femtosecond pump-probe spectra with dissipative quantum dynamics simulations reveals that vibrational relaxation is the main source of dephasing. The rate constant for vibrational relaxation in the first excited triplet state 13Σ+g is found to be constant γ ≈ 0.5 ns-1 for the lowest vibrational levels v ≲ 15 and to increase sharply when exciting to higher energies.",
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