Applications of Ultrafast Transient Infrared Spectroscopies
T Heimer, Edwin J. Heilweil
Modern techniques for performing ultrafast transient mid-infrared spectroscopy using turnable, broadband infrared probe pulses with multi-channel CCD and infrared focal plane array detection is presented. Novel application of these picosecond and femtosecond methods performed at NIST, for studying hydrogen-bond and vibrational energy dynamics of molecular systems in solution, electron transfer at semiconductor interfaces, vibrational coherent control and metal-carbonyl self-associated reactions are reviewed. Prospects of extending these techniques to the far-infrared spectral region for extracting biopolymer dynamics is briefly discussed.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
broadband IR spectroscopy, coherent up-pumping, electron transfer, hydrogen bonds, infrared arrays, self-association reactions, solar cells, transient IR, vibrational relaxation
and Heilweil, E.
Applications of Ultrafast Transient Infrared Spectroscopies, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
(Accessed December 8, 2023)