Structural dynamics study of chemical reactions using time-resolved X-ray solution scattering
Molecular Physics seminar
Monday 09 May 2016
to 11:00 at
Kyung Hwan Kim (Stockholm University, Chemical Physics)
Various time-resolved techniques have been developed to monitor the dynamics of reacting molecules, but most of the spectroscopic methods give only limited information on the molecular structure. Time-resolved X-ray Solution Scattering (TRXSS) has been developed by using the X-ray pulse, instead of optical pulse, as a probe and gives the time-resolved scattering response very sensitive to global molecular structure1-2. In this talk, three interesting applications of TRXSS1,3-4 will be presented.
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