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2017-12-05
14:38
[PUBDB-2017-12760] Abstract

Measurements of the Higgs H(125) boson at CMS
6th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics, ICNFP17, Meeting locationKolymbari, Greece, 17 Aug 2017 - 26 Aug 20172017-08-172017-08-26
The talk reviews the measurements of the 125 GeV Higgs boson in several final states, performedby the CMS collaboration. The main focus is on results obtained with data from LHC proton-protoncollisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV..
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2017-12-05
10:46
[PUBDB-2017-12747] Abstract

Latest results on diffraction at HERA
6th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics, ICNFP17, Meeting locationKolymbari, Greece, 17 Aug 2017 - 26 Aug 20172017-08-172017-08-26
Recent results on diffraction from the H1 and ZEUS experiments at HERA are presented. Measurement of open charm production in diffractive DIS has been performed by the H1 experiment using the event topology, given by ep→eXY, where the system X, containing at least one D*(2010) meson, is separated from a leading low-mass proton dissociative system Y by a large rapidity gap. [...]
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2016-12-05
14:57
[PUBDB-2016-05886] Abstract

High precision timing measurement in the CALICE Analogue Hadronic Calorimeter
IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium 2016, NSS/MIC 2016, Meeting locationStrasbourg, France, 29 Oct 2016 - 6 Nov 20162016-10-292016-11-06
The CALICE Collaboration is developing highly granular calorimeters for a future e+e− linear collider. The development of the calorimeters is driven by the Particle Flow approach (PFA) in order to achieve a jet energy resolution of 3-4 %. [...]

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2016-11-10
14:44
[PUBDB-2016-04905] Abstract
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In-situ Crystallization Cell: Developments and First Results of the Model System $Al(acac)_{3}$
18. Conference of the GDCh Division Solid State Chemistry and Materials Research, Meeting locationInnsbruck, Austria, 19 Sep 2016 - 21 Sep 20162016-09-192016-09-21
In-situ investigations of the crystallization of solids are still necessary for the understanding and the rational synthesis of precursors, intermediates and products with special or even improved properties.[1] With our crystallization cell,[2] the detection and the control of different reaction parameters during chemical reactions in fluid media can be achieved. The modifications of the cell allow in-situ experiments with X-ray diffraction (XRD).[2] The crystallization of Al(acac)3 (acac = acetylacetonate) as model system was investigated to demonstrate the performance of the cell. [...]

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2016-05-02
13:49
[PUBDB-2016-01855] Abstract
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Synchronous Mode-locked Laser Network with Sub-fs Drift and Multi-km Distance
30th European Frequency and Time Forum, EFTF, Meeting locationYork, United Kingdom, 4 Apr 2016 - 7 Apr 20162016-04-042016-04-07
We report recent progress made in a synchronous multi-color mode-locked laser network over 4.7-km distance. Output of two remotely synchronized lasers shows only 0.6-fs RMS drift over 40 hours reaching 20th decimal uncertainty in less than 10000-s averaging time. [...]

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2016-03-09
07:36
[PUBDB-2016-01273] Abstract
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Investigation of the ultra-fast structural changes in metal-organic complexes: comparison spectroscopy and time-resolved XRD
29th European crystallographic meeting, Meeting locationRovinj, Croatia, 23 Aug 2015 - 28 Aug 20152015-08-232015-08-28 (2015)  GO
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Our aim is a detailed understanding of the ultrafast structrual dynamics and the underlying basic machanisms of molecular switches under optical excitation, which are still not fully understood in its variety. In order to monitor the occurring structural changes in molecules and alloys we are taking advantage of time-resolved x-ray diffraction measurements. [...]

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2015-11-11
09:14
[PUBDB-2015-04666] Abstract
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Imaging controlled complex molecules 'from within'
Bunsen-Tagung (114th General Assembly of the German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry), Meeting locationBochum, Germany, 14 May 2015 - 16 May 20152015-05-142015-05-16
A molecule’s chemical behavior is governed by its electronic properties, which are the properties of the involved molecular orbitals. Studying the temporal evolution of these orbitals, during the process of a chemical reaction, therefore, provides insight into the fundamentals of chemistry. [...]

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2015-11-11
09:09
[PUBDB-2015-04665] Abstract
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Controlled molecules to investigate ultrafast chemical dynamics directly in the molecular frame
International Conference on “Correlation Effects in Radiation Fields” , CERF15, Meeting locationRostock, Germany, 13 Sep 2015 - 18 Sep 20152015-09-132015-09-18
A molecule’s chemical behavior is governed by its electronic and nuclear properties. Imaging the temporal evolution of the valence electrons and the positions of the atoms during a chemical reaction provides direct insight into fundamental chemical processes [...]

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2015-08-30
12:31
[PUBDB-2015-03380] Abstract
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Influence of Nd addition on the deformation behaviour of extruded Mg-Mn-Nd alloys
Mg 2015-10th International Conference on Magnesium Alloys and Their Applications, Mg2015, Meeting locationJeju, South Korea, 11 Oct 2015 - 16 Oct 20152015-10-112015-10-16
The deformation behaviour of extruded Mg-Mn-Nd (MN) magnesium alloys was examined under uniaxial tension and compression. Distinct deformation characteristics of the Nd-containing experimental alloys, Mg-0.3Nd, MN00 and MN11, have been investigated in relation to the microstructural evolution during deformation. [...]

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2015-01-09
16:38
[PUBDB-2015-00169] Abstract
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Characterization of Spatial Coherence of Synchrotron Radiation with Non-Redundant Arrays of Slits
1st Joensuu Conference on Coherence and Random Polarization, Meeting locationJoensuu, Finland, 3 Jun 2014 - 6 Jun 20142014-06-032014-06-06
A method for characterization of spatial coherence of X-ray radiation from a single diffraction pattern using non-redundant arrays of slits (NRA) is presented. Using NRAs the spatial coherence of the X-ray beam at the XUV X-ray beamline P04 of the PETRA III storage ring was measured..

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