Lorenz S. Cederbaum

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University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
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Georg Hohlneicher grad student 1972 Technische Universität München
 (Störungstheoretische Berechnung von vertikalen Ionisierungsenergien und Elektronenaffinitäten freier Moleküle.)
Wilhelm Brenig research scientist 1976 Technische Universität München
 (Habilitation)
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Ghosh A, Cederbaum LS, Gokhberg K. (2021) Signature of the neighbor's quantum nuclear dynamics in the electron transfer mediated decay spectra. Chemical Science. 12: 9379-9385
Hans A, Schmidt P, Küstner-Wetekam C, et al. (2021) Suppression of X-ray-Induced Radiation Damage to Biomolecules in Aqueous Environments by Immediate Intermolecular Decay of Inner-Shell Vacancies. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 7146-7150
Cederbaum LS, Kuleff AI. (2021) Impact of cavity on interatomic Coulombic decay. Nature Communications. 12: 4083
Cederbaum LS, Kuleff AI. (2021) Impact of cavity on interatomic Coulombic decay. Nature Communications. 12: 4083
Cederbaum LS. (2021) Polaritonic States of Matter in a Rotating Cavity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 12: 6056-6061
Cederbaum LS. (2021) Polaritonic States of Matter in a Rotating Cavity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 12: 6056-6061
Yang Y, Cederbaum L. (2021) Endocircular Li Carbon Rings. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Yang Y, Cederbaum L. (2021) Endocircular Li Carbon Rings. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Yang YF, Cederbaum LS. (2021) Caged-electron states and split-electron states in the endohedral alkali C. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Fábri C, Halász GJ, Cederbaum LS, et al. (2021) Signatures of light-induced nonadiabaticity in the field-dressed vibronic spectrum of formaldehyde. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 154: 124308
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