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The LCAR (Laboratoire Collisions-Agrégats-Réactivité) is a laboratory centered in fundamental physics organized around two main fields

  1. The study of laser-matter interaction focuses on matter waves studies and strong-field physics
  2. The study of molecular structures and dynamics develops the study and measurement of the properties of clusters, molecules of biological interest, and nano-objects in their environment

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[hal-03001653] Absolute measurements of the double differential electronic emission cross-sections of isolated pyrene molecule (C16H10) in interaction with keV protons

Electronic emission of isolated Pyrene molecule induced by 50 to 125 keV protons has been investigated. The corresponding absolute double differential cross-sections (DDCS) have been measured at 35° from the incident proton beam axis. These complete measurements were compared to the simulations of emitted electrons spectra using a Semi-Classical Trajectory Monte-Carlo approach (SCTMC). The simulated SCTMC cross-sections show a reasonably good agreement with the measured ones.

[hal-03017838] VUV photo processing of large cationic PAHs in astrophysical conditions: coupling a VUV source to the PIRENEA setup


[hal-03017062] Building an irreversible Carnot-like heat engine with an overdamped harmonic oscillator


[hal-02527292] Interaction of hydantoin with solar wind minority ions: O6+ and He2+


[hal-02895475] Accuracy of neural networks for the simulation of chaotic dynamics: precision of training data vs precision of the algorithm