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Hydrogen Bond Dynamics in Alcohols Studied by 2D IR Spectroscopy

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Ultrafast hydrogen-bond dynamics in alcohols are studied with 2D IR spectroscopy and combined molecular dynamics – quantum mechanical simulations on the OH stretching mode. Timescales of ~200 fs and 1 ps are attributed to hydrogen-bond fluctuations and hydrogen-bond exchange dynamics, respectively.

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