Institute of Physics - Rennes (IPR) - Open Access Repository

HAL-IPR is an open access repository providing access to the publication output of the IPR Research Unit.

Director: Jean-Christophe Sangleboeuf

Research teams:

Université Rennes 1, Institut de Physique de Rennes, UMR CNRS 6251 - Bât. 11 A, B, C, 263
av. Général Leclerc, 35042 Rennes cedex FRANCE

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Keywords

Rhéologie Water Low temperature chemistry Quantum Monte Carlo Atomic and molecular collisions Physique moléculaire Foam Chemical Protéine Density functional calculations Stars interiors Porous materials Stars fundamental parameters Collisions Stars oscillations Confinement Propriété physicochimique Indentation Surface tension Ruthenium Raman spectroscopy Natural rubber Digestion Optical fiber Oeuf Organic compounds Milieux granulaires Molecular Physics Density functional theory Self-assembly X-ray diffraction Liquid crystals Ab initio calculations SAXS Mousse Helium clusters Astrophysics Combustion Kinetics Low temperature chemical kinetics Molecular physics XPS Spin crossover Rheology Lait Integrated photonics CRESU Modeling Cold and ultra-cold collisions Magnetic properties Chemical physics Silicon Strain-induced crystallization Nanoparticles Iron Granular materials Granular media Mössbauer spectroscopy Lasers Atomic and molecular physics Atomic force microscopy Phase transition Foams Models Densification Temperature Saltation Vibronic couplings Cavitands Traitement thermique Microscopie à force atomique Interface Protein Chalcogenide glass Chirality Quantum dynamics Mechanical properties Astrochemistry Membrane Lysozyme Astrophysique de laboratoire Ellipsometry MCTDH Phase transitions X-ray scattering Adsorption Infrared thermography Structure Chalcogenide glasses Asteroseismology Potential energy surfaces DYNAMICS Titan Glass Palladium Contact resistance Bubbles Copper Thin films Reaction kinetics and dynamics

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