LIDYL (UMR9222) is a research laboratory associated with three organisms: CEA, CNRS and Paris Saclay University. Its activities are focused on the fundamental processes involved in the interaction between radiation and matter.

The research projects range from attosecond electron dynamics in simple atomic and molecular systems to the reactivity of biomolecules on the millisecond time-scale, going through plasma studies.


Conformational landscape of the SF6 dimer as revealed by high resolution infrared spectroscopy and complexation with rare gas atoms
Asselin P, Potapov A, Turner A-C, Boudon V, Bruel L, Gaveau M-A and Mons M. - Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2017

Unifying the microscopic picture of His-containing turns: from gas phase model peptides to crystallized proteins
Sohn W-Y, Habka S, Gloaguen E and Mons M. - Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2017

UV-induced damage to DNA: effect of cytosine methylation on pyrimidine dimerization
Martínez-Fernández L, Banyasz A, Esposito L, Markovitsi D, et Improta R. - SIGTRANS. 2017

Le processus de photoionisation parait simple a priori : l'absorption par un atome d'un photon, dont l'énergie ... More »
Les photons, particules associées à la lumière, sont porteurs d'un moment angulaire (ou cinétique). ... More »
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