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24 September 1993 Nanosecond transient absorption spectrophotometer with dye laser probe and computer control
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Proceedings Volume 1711, High-Performance Optical Spectrometry; (1993) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155656
Event: High Performance Optical Spectrometry, 1992, Warsaw, Poland
Abstract
Computer controlled apparatus for laser flash spectroscopy has been constructed. Nitrogen laser (energy 1 inJ, pulse width 1 ns) is used both for excitation of the sample and for pumping the tunable dye laser which serves as a source of monitoring light. Two different scans are possible: (i) a mode with a fixed wavelength of the inonitoring light - the temporal evolution of the transient absorption in the range from -2 ns up to 100 ns can be observed by changing the length of the variable self-compensating optical delay line, (ii) a mode with a fixed time delay - the corresponding transient absorption in the range 380 - 800 nm can be measured. For illustration, time evolution of transient absorption and time resolved spectra of benzanthracene in ethanol are reported.
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J. Jasny, Jerzy Sepiol, J. Karpiuk, and J. Gilewski "Nanosecond transient absorption spectrophotometer with dye laser probe and computer control", Proc. SPIE 1711, High-Performance Optical Spectrometry, (24 September 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155656
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