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Competition between electronic attachment and solvation revealed thanks to radiolysis

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A convenient way to generate charges (electrons and holes) in materials and to study their fate consists in using ionizing radiation. 1 Indeed, ionizing radiation penetrates in the depth of the material, generating charge carriers. During this presentation, we will focus on the behavior of electrons. Once generated, they can either solvate or attach to the molecule(s) of interest. We will illustrate this competition between both processes by two recent examples and show how this affects subsequent reactions.
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cea-03289942 , version 1 (19-07-2021)

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Sophie Le Caër. Competition between electronic attachment and solvation revealed thanks to radiolysis. GDR SOLVATE 2020 - Scientific Meeting of the GdR SolvATE, INC; CNRS, Nov 2020, Paris, France. ⟨cea-03289942⟩
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