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  • From: turi AT chem.elte.hu
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] Meghívó Prof. John Herbert (Ohio State University) előadására
  • Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2016 09:47:52 +0200

Tisztelt Kollégák!

Az alábbiakban küldöm a következő meghívót az ELTE Fizikai Kémiai Tanszék tanszéki szemináriumára. A vendég John Herbert lesz, egy remek elméleti kémikus, aki Martin Head-Gordon mellett szerezte meg PhD fokozatát.

Az előadásra minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várunk!

Üdvözlettel:
Túri László

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MEGHÍVÓ

Az ELTE Fizikai Kémiai Tanszék szemináriumára:

Prof. John Herbert
Department of Chemistry, Ohio State University

Cím: Theoretical Studies of the Hydrated Electron

Időpont: 2016. szeptember 5. 14:00
Hely: ELTE, TTK, 1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/a, Északi Tömb, 160-as terem.

Az előadás rövid kivonata:

Existence of a “hydrated" electron as a byproduct of water radiolysis was established more than 50 years ago, yet this species continues to attract significant attention due to its role in radiation chemistry, including DNA damage, and because questions persist regarding its detailed structure. This talk provides an overview of what is known in regards to the structure and spectroscopy of the hydrated electron, both in liquid water and in clusters (H2O)N-, the latter of which provide model systems for how water networks accommodate an excess electron. In clusters, the existence of both surface- and internally-bound states of the excess electron has elicited much debate, while in bulk water there are questions regarding how best to understand the structure of the excess electron's spin density. The energetics of the equilibrium species e-(aq) and its excited states, especially at the air/water interface, are also topics of debate that are addressed herein.


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