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Communication: Interfacial water structure revealed by ultrafast two-dimensional surface vibrational spectroscopy
26.J. B. Asbury, T. Steinel, K. Kwak, S. A. Corcelli, C. P. Lawrence, J. L. Skinner, and M. D. Fayer, J. Chem. Phys. 121(24), 12431 (2004).
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Knowledge of the interfacial waterstructure is essential for a basic understanding of the many environmental, technological, and biophysical systems in which aqueous interfaces appear. Using ultrafast two-dimensional surface-specific vibrational spectroscopy we show that the structure of heavy water at the water-air interface displays short-lived heterogeneity and is very different from that at the water-lipid interface.
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