Contribution of intramolecular motions to the global molecular dynamics of cumene
Cumene (isopropyl benzene) has been studied with various different techniques on different timescales in a large part of the (T,P)-phase diagram and has shown astonishingly simple dynamic behaviour. The proposed experiment aims to find and study the contribution of intramolecular motions to cumene's global molecular dynamics, containing center-of-mass translation, whole-molecule libration and rotation - both controlled by van der Waals potentials, and methyl-group rotation and libration - controlled by internal molecular potentials, using partly deuterated samples to complement previous studies on fully protonated cumene and additionally, fully deuterated cumene to obtain insight into the collective dynamics.
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HANSEN Henriette Wase; Bernhard Frick; MANGIN-THRO Lucile and Kristine Niss. (2018). Contribution of intramolecular motions to the global molecular dynamics of cumene. Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) doi:10.5291/ILL-DATA.6-02-587