12 March 2001 Ultrafast relaxation of induced anisostropy in condensed media studied by forced light scattering using broadband laser radiation with variable spectral width
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The ultrafast relaxation of induced anisotropy in condensed media (organic liquids and their mixtures) is studied by forced light scattering using broadband dye laser radiation with variable spectral width. The influence of the finite spectral width of an exciting laser pulse on the observed relaxation dynamics of the investigated samples (so-called spectral-filter effect) is demonstrated for the first time in transient spectroscopy with incoherent light.
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Alexander I. Vodchits, A. Lau, "Ultrafast relaxation of induced anisostropy in condensed media studied by forced light scattering using broadband laser radiation with variable spectral width", Proc. SPIE 4352, Laser Optics 2000: Ultrafast Optics and Superstrong Laser Fields, (12 March 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.418805; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.418805
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