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

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