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Probing the molecular basis of photochemistry and photophysics with vibrational coherence spectroscopy

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We present a time-domain impulsive vibrational spectroscopy (IVS) setup capable of recording background- and baseline-free Raman spectra of excited electronic states in condensed-phase molecular systems. The setup records vibrational Raman spectra from 50-3000 cm-1 and is readily extended to follow spectral evolutions with a time resolution of <20 fs, opening up the possibility for multi-dimensional Raman spectroscopy. Based on the setup, we explore a wide range of photoc...

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Physical Chemistry, University of Oxford
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Physical Chemistry, University of Oxford
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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