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Optical and magnetic phenomena at molecules-metal interfaces

Date Do, 23.05.2013 - Do, 23.05.2013
Time 15:00
Speaker Abraham Nitzan, School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg Campus, HPF G-6
Program Optical and magnetic phenomena at molecules-metal interfaces

Abstract: Illuminated molecular junctions bring together a rich phenomenology involving the interplay between electron and energy transfer, plasmon-exciton interactions and spin transfer processes. Theoretical studies of several recently observed phenomena will be presented. In particular I will describe an analysis of recent observations of Raman scattering from molecular junctions and discuss possible mechanisms for spin filtering in photoemission through monolayers of chiral molecules.

Host: Ursula Keller, Ultrafast Laser Physics, IQE
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