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

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