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Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy offers an array of options for exploring structural order of amorphous materials both over short (≲0.3 nm) and medium (≲1 nm) ranges. We review the advances reported in the literature for characterizing the structures of oxide-based...
Recent gas phase measurements and high level ab initio calculations of the CH/π interactions show that the nature of the CH/π interactions is significantly different from conventional hydrogen bonds, although the CH/π interactions were often regarded as the weakest class of hydrogen bonds. A...
Optical spectroscopy is a powerful tool to study in depth manifold physical processes occurring in molecular solids, at interfaces between molecules and substrates, and at interfaces between different molecular species. Apart from probing the optical interactions themselves, also structural...
The fundamentals and recent advances in ion transfer across the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions (ITIES) are reviewed. The different strategies developed to overcome the limitations of the traditional experimental studies with ITIES and to broaden its scope of applications...
The derivation of an effective-mass Hamiltonian for studies of electron–hole pairs (multiexcitons) confined in semiconductor heterostructures such as quantum dots and quantum rings is presented. The obtained Schrödinger equation, describing the dynamics of the electrons and holes trapped in the...
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