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Spectroscopic signatures of halogens in clathrate hydrate cages. 1. Bromine.
We report the first UV-vis spectroscopic study of bromine molecules confined in clathrate hydrate cages. Bromine in its natural hydrate occupies 51262 and 51263 lattice cavities. Bromine also can beExpand
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Structure, spectroscopy and dynamics of halogen molecules interacting with water
Immediately on the discovery of the halogen molecules, their chemistry was closely linked with that of water. For some time, it was thought that water was a constituent of chlorine. The brightlyExpand
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Polymorphism in Br2 clathrate hydrates.
The structure and composition of bromine clathrate hydrate has been controversial for more than 170 years due to the large variation of its observed stoichiometries. Several different crystalExpand
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Dynamical interrogation of the hydration cage of bromine in single crystal clathrate hydrates versus water.
We report transient grating measurements carried out on single crystals of bromine clathrate hydrates and on bromine dissolved in water. In all cases, excitation into the B-state of Br2 leads toExpand
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Spectroscopic signatures of halogens in clathrate hydrate cages. 2. Iodine.
UV-vis and Raman spectroscopy were used to study iodine molecules trapped in sII clathrate hydrate structures stabilized by THF, CH(2)Cl(2), or CHCl(3). The spectra show that the environment forExpand
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Unique international discussion meetings which focus on rapidly developing areas of physical chemistry 142 : Cold and Ultracold Molecules
HOT COMMUNICATION Suzuki et al. Reaction mechanism duality in O(D2) + CD4 → OD + CD3 identified from scattering distributions of rotationally state selected CD3 COVER ARTICLE Apkarian et al.Expand