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Vibrational spectroscopy as a probe of structure and dynamics in liquid water.
Water is, of course, a fascinating and important substance. For such a simple molecule, its condensed phase properties are surprisingly complex. Here we might mention the many different solid phases,Expand
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Regulation of matrix metalloproteinase-9 in endometrium during the menstrual cycle and following administration of intrauterine levonorgestrel.
Remodelling of endometrial tissues is fundamental to the cyclical changes that occur during the menstrual cycle, implantation and, in the absence of pregnancy, at menstruation. The enzyme matrixExpand
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Vibrational spectroscopy of HOD in liquid D2O. III. Spectral diffusion, and hydrogen-bonding and rotational dynamics
Time-resolved infrared spectroscopy has the potential to provide unprecedented information about molecular dynamics in liquids. In the case of water, one of the most exciting techniques beingExpand
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Hydrogen bonding and Raman, IR, and 2D-IR spectroscopy of dilute HOD in liquid D2O
We present improvements on our previous approaches for calculating vibrational spectroscopy observables for the OH stretch region of dilute HOD in liquid D2O. These revised approaches are implementedExpand
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Vibrational spectroscopy of HOD in liquid D2O. VI. Intramolecular and intermolecular vibrational energy flow
In a previous theoretical study [J. Chem. Phys. 117, 5827 (2002)] we calculated the vibrational lifetimes of the three fundamentals of HOD in liquid D2O. In that calculation the D2O solvent wasExpand
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Microscopic theory of reversible pressure broadening in hole‐burning spectra of impurities in glasses
Recently, Sesselmann et al. [Phys. Rev. B 36, 7601 (1987)] have examined the effect of pressure changes on hole‐burning spectra of dye molecules in polymer glasses, finding that the hole shift andExpand
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Quantum Dynamics and Vibrational Relaxation
The accurate numerical calculation of general quantum time correlation functions for many-body systems is not possible at present. We discuss several schemes for obtaining approximate quantum timeExpand
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Semiclassical approximations to quantum time correlation functions
Abstract Over the last 40 years several ad hoc semiclassical approaches have been developed in order to obtain approximate quantum time correlation functions, using as input only the correspondingExpand
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Absorption line shapes and solvation dynamics of CH3I in supercritical Ar
We consider the electronic spectroscopy of dilute CH3I in supercritical Ar fluid. Absorption line shapes for the B←X transition of CH3I have been measured previously in low-density argon, whichExpand
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