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Laetitia DALSTEIN
Laetitia DALSTEIN
Laboratoire Ondes et Matière d'Aquitaine, LOMA
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The elusive silica/water interface: isolated silanols under water as revealed by vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy
L Dalstein, E Potapova, E Tyrode
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (16), 10343-10349, 2017
1532017
Direct Quantification of Water Surface Charge by Phase-Sensitive Second Harmonic Spectroscopy
L Dalstein, KY Chiang, YC Wen
The Journal of physical chemistry Letters 10 (17), 5200-5205, 2019
412019
Revealing the interplay between adsorbed molecular layers and gold nanoparticles by linear and nonlinear optical properties
L Dalstein, M Ben Haddada, G Barbillon, C Humbert, A Tadjeddine, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (30), 17146-17155, 2015
392015
Nonlinear optical response of a gold surface in the visible range: A study by two-color sum-frequency generation spectroscopy. I. Experimental determination
L Dalstein, A Revel, C Humbert, B Busson
The Journal of chemical physics 148 (13), 134701, 2018
362018
Sum-Frequency Generation Spectroscopy of Plasmonic Nanomaterials: A Review
C Humbert, T Noblet, L Dalstein, B Busson, G Barbillon
Materials 12 (5), 836, 2019
342019
Affinity of Hydrated Protons at Intrinsic Water/Vapor Interface Revealed by Ion-Induced Water Alignment
KY Chiang, L Dalstein, YC Wen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 11 (3), 696-701, 2020
282020
The Prevailing Role of Hotspots in Plasmon-Enhanced Sum-Frequency Generation Spectroscopy
L Dalstein, C Humbert, M Ben Haddada, S Boujday, G Barbillon, ...
The journal of physical chemistry letters 10 (XXX), 7706-7711, 2019
242019
Nonlinear optical response of a gold surface in the visible range: A study by two-color sum-frequency generation spectroscopy. II. Model for metal nonlinear susceptibility
B Busson, L Dalstein
The Journal of chemical physics 149 (3), 034701, 2018
242018
Nonlinear optical response of a gold surface in the visible range: A study by two-color sum-frequency generation spectroscopy. III. Simulations of the experimental SFG intensities
B Busson, L Dalstein
The Journal of chemical physics 149 (15), 154701, 2018
212018
Sum-Frequency Spectroscopy Amplified by Plasmonics: The Small Particle Case
B Busson, L Dalstein
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123 (43), 26597-26607, 2019
192019
Linear and nonlinear optical properties of functionalized CdSe quantum dots prepared by plasma sputtering and wet chemistry
C Humbert, A Dahi, L Dalstein, B Busson, M Lismont, P Colson, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 445, 69-75, 2015
172015
The reduction of 4-nitrobenzene diazonium electrografted layer: An electrochemical study coupled to in situ sum-frequency generation spectroscopy
W Richard, D Evrard, B Busson, C Humbert, L Dalstein, A Tadjeddine, ...
Electrochimica Acta 283, 1640-1648, 2018
152018
Wavelength-scanning second-harmonic generation for determining absolute charge density at aqueous interfaces
L Dalstein, JR Huang, YC Wen
Optics Letters 45 (13), 3733-3736, 2020
42020
Surface Potential at Electrolyte/Air Interfaces: A Quantitative Analysis via Sum-Frequency Vibrational Spectroscopy
L Dalstein, KY Chiang, YC Wen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2023
22023
Intrinsic pH of water/vapor interface revealed by ion-induced water alignment
KY Chiang, L Dalstein, YC Wen
arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.09433, 2019
12019
Etude par spectroscopie optique non linéaire du couplage entre plasmon de surface de nanoparticules métalliques et excitation vibrationnelle de molécules adsorbées à leur surface
L Dalstein
Université Paris-Saclay (ComUE), 2015
2015
Study of the vibrational and electronic properties of interfaces and nanoparticles by Sum-Frequency Generation spectroscopy
A Tadjeddine, C Humbert, L Dalstein, B Busson
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