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Ultrahigh resolution infrared saturation spectroscopy of fundamental molecules

Yit-Tsong Chen

Ultrahigh resolution infrared saturation spectroscopy of fundamental molecules

by Yit-Tsong Chen

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Written in English


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Statementby Yit-Tsong Chen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 89/2158 (Q)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 219 leaves.
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1826714M
LC Control Number89893691

Most of the extraordinary instrumentation so far developed for surface science studies is applicable only at solid/vacuum interfaces. We need comparable capability at the solid/liquid boundary, and we will gain it from fundamental research in solid state chemistry, electro- chemistry, surface analysis, and surface spectroscopy. Organic radicals are promising building blocks for molecular spintronics. Little is known about the role of unpaired electrons for electron transport at the single-molecule level. Here, we examine the impact of magnetic fields on electron transport in single oligo(p-phenyleneethynylene) (OPE)-based radical molecular junctions, which are formed with a mechanically controllable break Cited by:

Ultrafast mid-infrared (mid-IR) laser sources have recently attracted tremendous interest due to their promising applications in molecular spectroscopy, mid-IR supercontinuum generation, mid-IR frequency combs, material processing, laser surgery, biodiagnostics, etc. 1–3 1. by: 8. This book gives an overview of biological and medical applications of these laser pulses. The briefness of these laser pulses permits the tracing of the fastest processes in photo-active bio-systems, which is one focus of the book. The other focus is applications that rely on the high peak intensity of ultrashort laser pulses.

Refereed journal articles, authored or coauthored by members of the Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics (LFD) from to present. Access to PDF documents is password protected due to copyright restrictions. Reprints can be requested from the authors. Spectroscopy. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (49) Dynamic light scattering (17) Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (8) Absorption spectroscopy (3) Fluorescence spectroscopy (3) Circular dichroism spectroscopy (2) Infrared spectroscopy (1) Force spectroscopy (1) X-ray spectroscopy (1) Raman spectroscopy (1) Radiation.


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In this chapter, a brief overview of the most important fundamental knowledge required to perform absorption spectroscopy is described. As this paper does not intend to be a textbook on absorption spectroscopy, for a more in-depth description of the basics of absorption spectroscopy the reader is referred to various books [26, 29–31] and papers [12, 15, 32, 33].

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