16 October 1997 Time-resolved spectroscopy using synchrotron infrared pulses
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Abstract
Electron synchrotron storage rings, such as the VUV ring at the National Synchrotron Light Source, product short pulses of IR radiation suitable for investigating time-dependent phenomena in a variety of interesting experimental systems. In contrast to other pulsed sources of IR, the synchrotron produces a continuum spectral output over the entire IR (and beyond), though at power levels typically below those obtained from laser systems. The infrared synchrotron radiation source is therefore well-suited as a probe using standard FTIR spectroscopic techniques. Here we describe the pump-probe spectroscopy facility being established at the NSLS and demonstrate the technique by measuring the photocarrier decay in a semiconductor.
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G. Lawrence Carr, G. Lawrence Carr, Ricardo P. S. M. Lobo, Ricardo P. S. M. Lobo, Carol J. Hirschmugl, Carol J. Hirschmugl, J. D. LaVeigne, J. D. LaVeigne, David H. Reitze, David H. Reitze, David B. Tanner, David B. Tanner, } "Time-resolved spectroscopy using synchrotron infrared pulses", Proc. SPIE 3153, Accelerator-Based Infrared Sources and Applications, (16 October 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.290255; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.290255
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