The Non-Ergodic Nature of Internal Conversion: An Experimental and Theoretical Approach by Thomas Scheby KuhlmanThe Non-Ergodic Nature of Internal Conversion: An Experimental and Theoretical Approach by Thomas Scheby Kuhlman

The Non-Ergodic Nature of Internal Conversion: An Experimental and Theoretical Approach

byThomas Scheby Kuhlman

Hardcover | June 5, 2013

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This thesis investigates the transitions from one electronically excited state to another. Such processes - thefastestof events in chemistry - can be studied withfemtosecond resolution, and Thomas S. Kuhlman approaches the question both with experimentaland theoretical methods. His approach contributes to explain processes of high importance to all scientific fields concerned with the interaction between light and matter: the deactivation of the electronically excited states after excitation. Thomas S. Kuhlman concludes in this thesis that the electronic transition proceeds before the entire set of available degrees of freedom are active -'It is as simple as that'!
Title:The Non-Ergodic Nature of Internal Conversion: An Experimental and Theoretical ApproachFormat:HardcoverDimensions:131 pagesPublished:June 5, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319003852

ISBN - 13:9783319003856

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Table of Contents

Part I Introduction.- Part II Experimental Methods: Experimental Setup.- Fitting of Experimental Data and Cross-Correlation.- Part III Theoretical Methods: Nuclear Dynamics.- Time-Resolved Photoelectron Spectra.- Electronic Structure.- Part IV Results and Discussion: The Cycloketones.- The Cyclopentadienes.- Dithiane.- Part V Concluding Remarks: Summarizing Discussion.