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Structural and vibration physics

Part of the research area Condensed Matter Physics

Latest publications

Phonon-induced linewidts of electron states in graphene
Bo Hellsing, Thomas Frederiksen, T Balasubramanian, Justin Wells, Magazine article 2018
Magazine article

Benchmarking van der Waals density functionals with experimental data: potential-energy curves for H2 molecules on Cu(111), (100) and (110) surfaces
Kyuho Lee, Kristian Berland, Mina Yoon, Stig Andersson, Elsebeth Schröder et al.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Journal article 2012
Journal article

Detection of MeV particles from ultra-dense protium p(-1): Laser-initiated self-compression from p(1)
K. Frans G. Olofson, Leif Holmlid
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, Journal article 2012
Journal article

Raman-assisted X-ray crystallography for the analysis of biomolecules.
Dominique Bourgeois, Gergely Katona, Eve de Rosny, Philippe Carpentier
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), Journal article 2009
Journal article

Surface Driven Switching in Liquid Crystal Displays
Lachezar Komitov
Proceedings of the 9th International Meeting on Information Display (IMID 2009), KINTEX, Korea, Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

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Holmlid, Leif Professor emeritus Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology
Katona, Gergely Professor Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology
Komitov, Lachezar Professor emeritus Department of Physics

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