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Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University

Stephan Thuermer (Program-Specific Associate Professor)

Field of Expertise:
Photoelectron spectroscopy, X-ray spectroscopy, Physical chemistry of surfaces and interfaces
Research Interests:
  1. Electronic structure of liquids
  2. Solvation effects on and solvation structure around molecules / ions
  3. Liquid surface structure and surface propensity of solvates
Selected Papers:
  1. I. Unger, R. Seidel, S. Thürmer, M. Pohl, E.F. Aziz, L.S. Cederbaum, E. Muchová, P. Slavíček, B. Winter, N.V. Kryzhevoi: “Observation of electron transfer mediated decay in aqueous solution”, Nature Chemistry 9, 708–714 (2017)
  2. I. Unger, S. Thürmer, D. Hollas, E. F. Aziz, B. Winter, P. Slavíček: “Ultrafast Proton and Electron Dynamics in Core-Ionized Hydrated Hydrogen Peroxide: Photoemission Measurements with Isotopically Substituted Hydrogen Peroxide”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118: 29142–29150 (2014)
  3. S. Thürmer, R. Seidel, M. Faubel, W. Eberhardt, J. C. Hemminger, S. E. Bradforth, B. Winter: “Photoelectron angular distributions from liquid water: Effects of electron scattering”, Physical Review Letters 117 (17): 173005 (2013)
  4. S. Thürmer, M. Ončák, N. Ottosson, R. Seidel, U. Hergenhahn, S. E. Bradforth, P. Slavíček, B. Winter: “On the nature and origin of dicationic, charge-separated species formed in liquid water on X-ray irradiation”, Nature Chemistry 5: 590-596 (2013)
  5. S. Thürmer, R. Seidel, W. Eberhardt, S.E. Bradforth, B. Winter: “Ultrafast hybridization screening in Fe3+ aqueous solution”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (32): 12528-12535 (2011)
Contact Information:
Room: Office 358 at the Faculty of Science building no. 6
Phone: 81(Japan)-75-753-3973
Fax: 81(Japan)-75-753-3974
E-mail: thuermer + @kyoto-u.ac.jp
Physical Chemistry Laboratory (Internal link)
Website of Physical Chemistry Laboratory

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