Self-organization of 1-methylnaphthalene on the surface of artificial snow grains: a combined experimental-computational approach.

@article{Heger2011SelforganizationO1,
  title={Self-organization of 1-methylnaphthalene on the surface of artificial snow grains: a combined experimental-computational approach.},
  author={Dominik K. Heger and Dana Nachtigallov{\'a} and Franti{\vs}ek Surman and J{\'a}n Krausko and Beata Magyarov{\'a} and Miroslav Brumovsk{\'y} and Miroslav Rube{\vs} and Ivan Gladich and Petr Kl{\'a}n},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2011},
  volume={115 41},
  pages={11412-22}
}
A combined experimental-computational approach was used to study the self-organization and microenvironment of 1-methylnaphthalene (1MN) deposited on the surface of artificial snow grains from vapors at 238 K. The specific surface area of this snow (1.1 × 10(4) cm(2) g(-1)), produced by spraying very fine droplets of pure water from a nebulizer into liquid nitrogen, was determined using valerophenone photochemistry to estimate the surface coverage by 1MN. Fluorescence spectroscopy at 77 K, in… CONTINUE READING
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