Picosecond transient Raman spectroscopy of excited-state dynamics
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An apparatus is described which generates very sensitive picosecond transient Raman spectra with 5 ps time resolution. The fast repetition rate high peak power picosecond pulses necessary to detect weak Raman scattering were obtained using a copper vapor laser to amplify synchronously pumped dye laser pulses. Transient vibrational spectra obtained by this technique have been used to investigate the excited-state photophysics of substituted diphenylethylenes. © 1986.
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Hopkins, J. B., & Rentzepis, P. M.
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Hopkins, JB||Rentzepis, PM