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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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Bibliographic Records

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Keywords

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

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