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Molecular Vibrational Response of Ice Layers after Ultrashort-Laser Excitation of Metal Surfaces

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Electron injection into thin, crystalline D2O layers on a Ru(001) surface after UV excitation has been investigated using broadband sum-frequency generation spectroscopy, whereby a signal enhancement by several orders of magnitude is observed.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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