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2D IR Spectroscopy of Hydrogen Bond Switching in Liquid Water

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We use multidimensional infrared spectroscopy to observe the interconversion of hydrogen bonding environments in water. Our experiments show that hydrogen bond switching is concerted with broken hydrogen bonds disappearing on the timescale of intermolecular motions.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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