Eckart Hasselbrink, Ph.D.

Physics Göttingen, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
Reaction dynamics
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Lackner M, Hille M, Hasselbrink E. (2019) Vibrational Energy Redistribution between CH Stretching Modes in Alkyl Chain Monolayers Revealed by Time-Resolved Two-Color Pump-Probe Sum Frequency Spectroscopy. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 108-112
Lackner M, Lucaßen D, Hasselbrink E. (2018) Bimodal velocity distributions in the photodesorption of CO from Si(1 0 0) suggest V-to-T energy transfer Chemical Physics Letters. 713: 277-281
Scheele M, Nedrygailov II, Hasselbrink E, et al. (2015) Energy transfer in argon atom - Surface interactions studied by Pt-SiO2-Si thin film chemoelectronic devices Vacuum. 111: 137-141
Schindler B, Diesing D, Hasselbrink E. (2013) Electronically nonadiabatic processes in the interaction of H with a Au surface revealed using MIM junctions: The temperature dependence Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 117: 6337-6345
Schindler B, Diesing D, Hasselbrink E. (2011) Electronic excitations induced by hydrogen surface chemical reactions on gold Journal of Chemical Physics. 134
Thissen P, Schindler B, Diesing D, et al. (2010) Optical response of metal-insulator-metal heterostructures and their application for the detection of chemicurrents New Journal of Physics. 12
Hasselbrink E. (2009) Chemistry. Capturing the complexities of molecule-surface interactions. Science (New York, N.Y.). 326: 809-10
Sakong S, Kratzer P, Han X, et al. (2009) Isotope effects in the vibrational lifetime of hydrogen on germanium(100): theory and experiment. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 131: 124502
Han X, Balgar T, Hasselbrink E. (2009) Vibrational dynamics of hydrogen on Ge surfaces. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 134701
Hartmann N, Klingebiel B, Balgar T, et al. (2009) Laser-induced local dehydroxylation on surface-oxidized silicon substrates: Mechanistic aspects and prospects in nanofabrication Applied Physics a: Materials Science and Processing. 94: 95-103
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