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Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay (ISMO)

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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
The j and k dependencies of the line coupling and line mixing effects: Theoretical studies of the relaxation matrices of N<inf>2</inf>-broadened CH<inf>3</inf>D Christian Boulet 04/01/23 Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
Grazing incidence fast atom diffraction in high-pressure conditions A. Mukherjee, A. Momeni, A. R. Allouche, Elena Magdalena Staicu-Casagrande, H. Khemliche 04/01/23 Surfaces and Interfaces
Subtle hydrogen bond preference and dual Franck-Condon activity - the interesting pairing of 2-naphthol with anisole Ariel Pérez-Mellor, Ivan Alata, Anne Zehnacker-Rentien 03/31/23 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Cr<sup>3+</sup>-Doped TiNb<inf>2</inf>O<inf>7</inf> as an advanced anode material for high-performance lithium-ion batteries Nian Jheng Wu 03/30/23 Applied Surface Science
Many-Body Description of STM-Induced Fluorescence of Charged Molecules Tomáš Neuman, Rémi Bretel, Eric Le Moal 03/24/23 Physical Review Letters
Radical-Radical Reactions in Molecular Weight Growth: The Phenyl + Propargyl Reaction Satchin Soorkia 03/23/23 Journal of Physical Chemistry A
Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy of 4-(dimethylamino)benzethyne - an experimental and computational study Lou Barreau, Lionel Poisson 03/21/23 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Analytical high-dimensional operators in canonical polyadic finite basis representation (CP-FBR) Nataša Nadoveza, Lei Shi, Fabien Gatti, Daniel Peláez 03/21/23 Journal of Chemical Physics
In situ study of catalytic CO oxidation on ultrathin MgO film supported Pd nanoparticles by sum frequency generation: size and site effects Jijin Wang, A. Ouvrard, Wanquan Zheng, Serge Carrez, Ahmed Ghalgaoui, B. Bourguignon 03/15/23 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Fano asymmetry in zero–detuned exciton–plasmon systems Tomáš Neuman 03/13/23 Optics Express
Topologically localized excitons in single graphene nanoribbons Tomáš Neuman 03/10/23 Science
Influence of the environment on the infrared spectrum of alanine: An effective mode analysis Sascha Jähnigen 03/07/23 Journal of Chemical Physics
Refilling strategy of crosslinked aromatic SAMs for enhancing the molecular packing density Vladimir A. Esaulov 03/01/23 Applied Surface Science
Long-lived Andreev states as evidence for protected hinge modes in a bismuth nanoring Josephson junction Franck Fortuna 03/01/23 Nature Physics
Chemical composition of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu from synchrotron spectroscopy in the mid- to far-infrared of Hayabusa2-returned samples Emmanuel Dartois 03/01/23 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Cosmic-ray sputtering of interstellar ices in the electronic regime: A compendium of selected literature yields Emmanuel Dartois 03/01/23 Astronomy and Astrophysics
A plausible molecular mechanism to explain near-infrared continuum emission: Recurrent fluorescence O. Lacinbala, Emmanuel Dartois, Cyril Falvo, Thomas Pino 03/01/23 Astronomy and Astrophysics
A Competition between Relative Stability and Binding Energy in Caffeine Phenyl-Glucose Aggregates: Implications in Biological Mechanisms Ander Camiruaga 03/01/23 International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Nanoscale Multimodal Analysis of Sensitive Nanomaterials by Monochromated STEM-EELS in Low-Dose and Cryogenic Conditions Maeva Chaupard, Ruxandra Gref 02/28/23 ACS Nano
Formation and evolution of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu: Direct evidence from returned samples Emmanuel Dartois 02/24/23 Science

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)