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Probed with Ultrafast Two Dimensional IR Spectroscopy
边红涛
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边红涛 Key Laboratory of Applied Surface and Colloid Chemistry of Ministry of Education, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Shaanxi Normal University, Xi'an, 710119, China htbian@snnu.edu.cn 
Abstract:
Vibrational relaxation dynamics of monomeric water molecule dissolved in d-chloroform solution were revisited using the two dimensional Infrared (2D IR) spectroscopy. The vibrational lifetime of OH bending in monomeric water shows a bi-exponential decay. The fast component (T1=1.2±0.1ps) is caused by the rapid population equilibration between the vibrational modes of the monomeric water molecule. The slow component (T2=26.4±0.2ps) is mainly caused by the vibrational population decay of OH bending mode. The reorientation of the OH bending in monomeric water is determined with a time constant of ps which is much faster than the rotational dynamics of water molecules in the bulk solution. Furthermore, we are able to reveal the direct vibrational energy transfer from OH stretching to OH bending in monomeric water dissolved in d-chloroform for the first time. The vibrational coupling and relative orientation of transition dipole moment between OH bending and stretching that affecting their intra-molecular vibrational energy transfer rates are discussed in detail.
Key words:  Vibrational energy transfer, Confined water, Ultrafast IR spectroscopy, Monomeric water
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Probed with Ultrafast Two Dimensional IR Spectroscopy
边红涛
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Vibrational relaxation dynamics of monomeric water molecule dissolved in d-chloroform solution were revisited using the two dimensional Infrared (2D IR) spectroscopy. The vibrational lifetime of OH bending in monomeric water shows a bi-exponential decay. The fast component (T1=1.2±0.1ps) is caused by the rapid population equilibration between the vibrational modes of the monomeric water molecule. The slow component (T2=26.4±0.2ps) is mainly caused by the vibrational population decay of OH bending mode. The reorientation of the OH bending in monomeric water is determined with a time constant of ps which is much faster than the rotational dynamics of water molecules in the bulk solution. Furthermore, we are able to reveal the direct vibrational energy transfer from OH stretching to OH bending in monomeric water dissolved in d-chloroform for the first time. The vibrational coupling and relative orientation of transition dipole moment between OH bending and stretching that affecting their intra-molecular vibrational energy transfer rates are discussed in detail.
关键词:  Vibrational energy transfer, Confined water, Ultrafast IR spectroscopy, Monomeric water
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