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Time-resolved in situ diffraction experiment with second-picosecond resolution in Novosibirsk

Time-resolved in situ diffraction experiment with second-picosecond resolution in Novosibirsk
place:

new ANKA seminar room, building 348, 2nd floor

Affiliation:

Budker Institute of nuclear physics SB RAS and Institute of solid state chemistry and mechanochemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Date:

19.06.2015

Inviting person:

Anton Plech, KIT-IPS

Speaker:

Boris P.Tolochko

Time:

11:00

The report provides an overview of the work carried at the accelerators VEPP-3 and 4-VEPP Budker Institute of nuclear physics SB RAS with using synchrotron radiation.

The unique properties of synchrotron radiation made it possible to implements a series of experiments with a time resolution with a research groups from different fields of science: catalysis, biology, molecular biology, electrochemistry, physics of strength, mechanochemistry, physico-chemical of detonation, shock waves, material science, nanoscience, et al.

The report will present the results obtained in the experiments:

- The “in situ” dynamics in the crystal structure of the cathode of the Li-battery

- The “in situ” catalysis reaction

- The dynamics of the interaction of the deuterium / hydrogen with a metal lattice

- Kinetics of formation of the products during combustion in oxygen-free mode (SHS – Self propagation High temperature Synthesis)

- The dynamics of relaxation processes in highly deformed metals

- The dynamics of the shock waves propagation in different materials

- The formation of mono - disperse (5nm) metal nano particles by thermal decomposition of organometallic compounds and their self-assembly

- The dynamics of nucleation of nano diamond and metal nanoparticles in extreme conditions (5000 C, 300 kbar)

- Physico-chemical processes in the chemical reaction zone of detonation

- Changes in the structure of frog muscle during its work (self compression)

- The behavior of polymeric materials after irradiation by relativistic electrons

- Modeling experiments of mechanochemistry

The future experiments with pico- and femto-seconds also will be discussed.