Study by doubly resonant sum-frequency generation spectroscopy of the electron-phonon couplings at the K/C60/métal interfaces and of the vibrational dynamics of the hydrogenated silicon surfaces

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Nonlinear optical techniques are used to study electron phonon couplings at interfaces, such as the model K/C60/Ag interface, by doubly resonant sum-frequency generation spectroscopy, and to characterize the dissipation of the vibrational energy of the bending modes of the hydrogenated silicon surfaces.
Effective start/end date1/10/0030/09/02


  • Si-H
  • Dr-SFG
  • non linear optics


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