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Volume 103 Issue 1 January 1991 pp 77-82 Rapid Communication
It is shown from an analytical theory that the solvation dynamics of a small ion can be controlled largely by the inertial response of the dipolar solvent when the liquid is in the underdamped limit. It is also shown that this inertial response arises primarily from the long wavelength (with wavevector k≃0) processes which have a collective excitation-like behaviour. The long time decay is dominated by the processes occurring at molecular lengthscales. The theoretical results are in good agreement with recent computer simulation results.
Volume 104 Issue 3 June 1992 pp 399-407 Physical and Theoretical
The well-known linear relationship (
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