Spectroscopic characterization of microscopic hydrogen-bonding disparities in supercritical water.

@article{Wernet2005SpectroscopicCO,
  title={Spectroscopic characterization of microscopic hydrogen-bonding disparities in supercritical water.},
  author={Philippe Wernet and Denis Testemale and J-L. Hazemann and Roger Argoud and Pieter Glatzel and Lars G M Pettersson and Anders Nilsson and Uwe Bergmann},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={123 15},
  pages={
          154503
        }
}
The local hydrogen-bonding environment in supercritical water (380 degrees C, 300 bars, density 0.54 gcm3) was studied by x-ray Raman scattering at the oxygen K edge. The spectra are compared to those of the gas phase, liquid surface, bulk liquid, and bulk ice, as well as to calculated spectra. The experimental model systems are used to assign spectral features and to quantify specific local hydrogen-bonding situations in supercritical water. The first coordination shell of the molecules is… CONTINUE READING
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