LAboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman – UMR 8516
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LASIR is specialized in the study of complex physico-chemical systems using advanced molecular spectroscopic techniques (Raman, IR, UV-vis, luminescence, EPR, NMR …) and modeling methods (quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics, chemometrics). It has a variety of high-tech spectroscopy platforms dedicated to academic and partnership research. Read more


Samantha Seng, PhD student in the LASIR wins the prize of the best poster

Samantha Seng, wins the prize of the best poster during the congress "The Europaen Aerosol Conference" on the subject: Photo-transformation of single NaNO3 particle and influence on their hygroscopic properties. This congress, took place in Tours from 4 till 9 ...

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New work co written by researchers of the laboratory

The LASIR is proud to announce the publication of the book ”Resolving Spectral Mixtures. With Applications from Ultrafast Time-Resolved Spectroscopy to Super-Resolution Imaging” This work which proposes modern chemometrics methods and adanced application for the resolution of spectral mixtures, collects several ...

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SON2016 - Workshop of the Neutronic and Optical Spectroscopy subdivision

The Neutronic and optical spectroscopy subdivision of the DCP organises its first workshop SON2016 On the 7 and 8 of June 2016, it will take place at the CERLA at the University of Lille – Science and technology, Villeneuve d'Ascq This first worshop will ...

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Pulsed-EPR evidence of a manganese(II) hydroxycarbonyl intermediate in the electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide by a manganese bipyridyl derivative

M. Bourrez, M. Orio, F. Molton, H. Vezin, C. Duboc, A. Deronzier, S. Chardon-Noblat

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53 (2014) 240 - 243