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Electron, Photon and Ion Collisions on Molecular & Atomic Nanostructures

22 jul. 2019
GANIL - Caen (Francia)

Bombardment of complex molecular systems, clusters and nanostructures with XUV synchrotron or laser radiation, or fast ions or electrons, leads to a large variety of fundamental processes in molecular physics such as fragmentation into smaller molecules and clusters, even atomization, ionization, growth of new molecular species, etc. If the wavelength associated with the incident particle is of the same order of magnitude as the size of the nanostructure, specific processes arise as well. Recent technological advances allow new experimental techniques for preparing samples such as mass selected clusters, oriented nanostructures, protonated biomolecules, ultrathin atomic layers deposited on solid surfaces, etc. Irradiation with the above-mentioned sources and detection of the emitted particles in coincidence provide valuable insight into the conformational properties of the nanostructures and their dynamical behavior. In addition, theoretical methods are also being developed to deal with systems on the nanoscale. The main objective of this satellite meeting is to create an environment where experimentalists and theorist met together to discuss on the specific aspects of the collisions of electrons photons and ions with nanostructures. We thus consider that it matches within the ICPEAC thematic.
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