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

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