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Volume 153 of Advances in Chemical Physics beneficial properties six expertly written contributions:
- Recent advances of ultrafast X-ray absorption spectroscopy for molecules in solution
- Scaling point of view on intramolecular vibrational strength movement: analogies, insights, and challenges
- Longest leisure time of rest methods for classical and quantum Brownian movement in a possible break out price concept approach
- Local fluctuations in resolution: thought and applications
- Macroscopic results of microscopic heterogeneity
- Ab initio method for pseudospin Hamiltonians of anisotropic magnetic centers
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