27 July 1994 Molecular energy transfer in condensed matter studied by ultrafast vibrational spectroscopy
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Intense tunable vibrational infrared pulses from a free-electron laser and from a laser-pumped optical parametric amplifier can be used to study molecular energy transfer in condensed phase systems. Specific examples discussed here are energy transfer at the active site of a protein, myoglobin, studied by infrared-infrared pump-probe techniques, and energy transfer in a high explosive, nitromethane, probed by infrared-pump, anti-Stokes Raman probe techniques.
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Jeffrey R. Hill, Sheah Chen, Dana D. Dlott, Andrei Tokmakoff, Beate Sauter, David Zimdars, Michael D. Fayer, "Molecular energy transfer in condensed matter studied by ultrafast vibrational spectroscopy", Proc. SPIE 2138, Longer Wavelength Lasers and Applications, (27 July 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.181345; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.181345
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