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Three-dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy (3D-IR) of Isotopically Substituted Liquid Water

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Abstract

Three-dimensional infrared spectroscopy (3D-IR) of isotopically substituted liquid water reveals heterogeneous dynamics on the 500–700 fs timescale. We attribute this behavior to local differences in the timescale of hydrogen-bond network rearrangements.

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