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The dynamics of benzene on surfaces

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Helium-3 spin-echo spectroscopy allows us to study motion on previously inaccessible timescales. In this seminar the techinique is used to study the motion of benzene on graphite and copper surfaces, allowing benchmark comparison with traditional neutron spin-echo measurements. The results provide new challenges for molecular dynamics simulations in the quest to fully map the surface motion and form the first steps toward the study of increasingly complex molecular systems.

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