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Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay

Laboratory presentation

The Molecular Science institute of Orsay (ISMO) is known for its excellent research in molecular physics, nanosciences and biophysics. Their expertise rely mainly on three experimental approaches: the combination of optic lasers and mass spectrometer in order to study molecular spectroscopy and dynamic, atomic resolution local probe techniques, and confocal microscopy, combining theoretical and experimental research. The institute develops instruments and expertise leading to applications in scientific instrumentation and in the biomedical sector.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
In situinvestigation on melting characteristics of 1D SnCu alloy nanosolder Wei Zhang 07/23/22 Nanotechnology
Photoionization spectroscopy of the SiH free radical in the vacuum-ultraviolet range Ning L. Chen, B. Gans, Séverine Boyé-Péronne 07/07/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
Intramolecular vibrational redistribution in formic acid and its deuterated forms Fabien Gatti 07/07/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
Tunneling motion and splitting in the CH<inf>2</inf>OH radical: (Sub-)millimeter wave spectrum analysis L. H. Coudert, O. Chitarra, J. T. Spaniol, M. A. Martin-Drumel, O. Pirali 06/28/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
Quantum surface effects in the electromagnetic coupling between a quantum emitter and a plasmonic nanoantenna: time-dependent density functional theory vs. semiclassical Feibelman approach Andrei G. Borisov 06/06/22 Optics Express
Direct calculations of the CH<inf>4</inf>+CO<inf>2</inf> far infrared collision-induced absorption C. Boulet 06/01/22 Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
Room temperature measurements of the collision-induced absorption by H<inf>2</inf>+CO<inf>2</inf> mixtures near 2.4 µm O. Pirali 06/01/22 Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
Surface functionalization strategy to enhance the antibacterial effect of nisin Z peptide Mohamad Ammoun, Rym Boudjemaa, Aimeric Ouvrard, Karine Steenkeste, Bernard Bourguignon, Marie Pierre Fontaine-Aupart 06/01/22 Surfaces and Interfaces
Ultrafast CO<inf>2</inf> photodissociation in the energy region of the lowest Rydberg series Daniel Peláez 05/31/22 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Desorption of physisorbed molecular oxygen from coronene films and graphite surfaces Sabine Morisset 05/21/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
The effect of dual-doping on the electrochemical performance of LiNi<inf>0.5</inf>Mn<inf>1.5</inf>O<inf>4</inf> and its application in full‐cell lithium‐ion batteries Nian Jheng Wu 05/15/22 Ceramics International
Temperature dependence in fast-atom diffraction at surfaces Peng Pan, Maxime Debiossac, Philippe Roncin 05/09/22 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Characterization of Asx Turn Types and Their Connate Relationship with β-Turns Florence Charnay-Pouget, David J. Aitken 05/02/22 Chemistry - A European Journal
Characterization of Asx Turn Types and Their Connate Relationship with β-Turns Florence Charnay-Pouget, David J. Aitken 05/02/22 Chemistry - A European Journal
Spectral and Aggregation Properties of Phenylthio-Substituted Al-Phthalocyanine Molecules in Nanoporous Silicate Matrices C. Crépin 05/01/22 Journal of Applied Spectroscopy (English Translation of Zhurnal Prikladnoi Spektroskopii)
High-performance supercapacitor based on a ternary nanocomposites of NiO, polyaniline, and Ni/NiO-decorated MWCNTs Nian Jheng Wu 05/01/22 Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers
PDRs4All: A JWST Early Release Science Program on Radiative Feedback from Massive Stars Émilie Habart, Alain Abergel, Daniel Dicken, Boris Trahin, Thomas Simmer, L. Verstraete, N. Ysard 05/01/22 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Setting up the HyDRA blind challenge for the microhydration of organic molecules Anne Zehnacker 04/29/22 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Radiative relaxation in isolated large carbon clusters: Vibrational emission versus recurrent fluorescence O. Lacinbala, C. Falvo, Pascal Parneix, Thomas Pino 04/14/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
On the possible contribution of cationic oxygenated carbon chains C<inf>n</inf>O<sup>+</sup>, HC<inf>n</inf>O<sup>+</sup>, and OC<inf>n</inf>O<sup>+</sup>(n = 4-9) to the diffuse interstellar bands Ugo Jacovella, Emmanuel Dartois 04/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)