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Relaxation dynamics of the mass-​selected hydrated auride ion (Au<sup>-</sup>​)

Relaxation dynamics of the mass-​selected hydrated auride ion (Au-​)

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BRAUN, Christian, Susanne PIETSCH, Sebastian PROCH, Young Dok KIM, Gerd GANTEFÖR, 2013. Relaxation dynamics of the mass-​selected hydrated auride ion (Au-​). In: Chemical Physics Letters. 588, pp. 27-30. ISSN 0009-2614. eISSN 1873-4448. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.cplett.2013.09.064

@article{Braun2013Relax-26614, title={Relaxation dynamics of the mass-​selected hydrated auride ion (Au-​)}, year={2013}, doi={10.1016/j.cplett.2013.09.064}, volume={588}, issn={0009-2614}, journal={Chemical Physics Letters}, pages={27--30}, author={Braun, Christian and Pietsch, Susanne and Proch, Sebastian and Kim, Young Dok and Ganteför, Gerd}, note={Erratum to ‘Relaxation dynamics... ': We included above the corrected author list. One of the co-authors, Susanne Pietsch, was missing in the originally published Letter. The main contributions from Susanne Pietsch were the photoelectron spectra of Au−(H2O)m with m = 0–6 shown in Figure 1 measured with a photon energy of 7.9 eV. These data were critical to understand the data of the femtosecond time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy. [Chemical Physics Letters ; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cplett.2014.01.032]} }

Braun, Christian Braun, Christian Chemical Physics Letters ; 588 (2013). - S. 27-30 Relaxation dynamics of the mass-​selected hydrated auride ion (Au<sup>-</sup>​) terms-of-use Proch, Sebastian By using time-​resolved photoelectron spectroscopy, decay of optically excited states of hydrated Au-​ mass-​selected in the gas phase was studied. Probably the pump-​photon can induce injection of an electron from auride chromophore to the H2O solvent. The cluster with 3 H2O mols. (Au-​(H2O)​3) showed a long-​living excited state with a lifetime of ∼19 ± 3 ps, whereas that of Au-​(H2O)​2 is only ∼3 ± 1 ps. The fate of an optically excited state of an ionic species can be significantly changed by the no. of H2O (solvent) mols. attached. eng Kim, Young Dok Proch, Sebastian Pietsch, Susanne 2013 2014-03-04T09:56:33Z Pietsch, Susanne Ganteför, Gerd 2014-03-04T09:56:33Z Ganteför, Gerd Kim, Young Dok

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