Interpretation of the water surface vibrational sum-frequency spectrum.

Abstract

We propose a novel interpretation of the water liquid-vapor interface vibrational sum-frequency (VSF) spectrum in terms of hydrogen-bonding classes. Unlike an absorption spectrum, the VSF signal can be considered as a sum of signed contributions from different hydrogen-bonded species in the sample. We show that the recently observed positive feature at low… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.3613623

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