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Water Dynamics near Hydrophobes: an Ultrafast Infrared Spectroscopy Study

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With 2D IR and polarization-resolved pump-probe spectroscopy we observe a strong slowing-down of the hydrogen-bond and orientational dynamics of water near hydrophobic groups that scales with solute concentration and the size of the hydrophobic group.

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