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Recent advances in prethermal chemistry: real-time probing of elementary electron transfer reactions

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In liquids and electrolyte solutions, elementary radical reactions may be investigated on the time scale of molecular motions by femtosecond visible-IR absorption spectroscopy. Some studies devoted to the microscopic understanding of sub-picosecond prehydration electron transfer between an aqueous halide ion (Cl-) and ionic acceptors (Cd++, H+) are presented. Within an electron hydration regime, the one-electron reduction of a metallic ion or a hydrated proton (hydronium or dihydronium ion) is totally achieved in less than 2 × 10-12 s at 294 K. The consequences of an early partition between reactive and nonreactive IR electronic pathways on the electron hydration process are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire d'Optique Appliquée, CNRS UMR 7639-INSERM U 451, Ecole Polytechnique, ENS Techniques Avancées-91761 Palaiseau cedex, France


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