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Real-time investigation of coherent vibrational motion in organic molecules by stimulated emission pumping

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6 Author(s)
Cerullo, G. ; Nat. Lab. for Ultrafast & Ultraintense Opt. Sci., INFM, Milan, Italy ; Luer, L. ; Lanzani, G. ; De Silvestri, S.
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This work reports on a novel approach to impulsive coherent vibrational spectroscopy based on a sequence of three ultrashort laser pulses: a 200-fs pump pulse, a sub-10-fs dump pulse resonant with stimulated emission and a sub-10-fs probe pulse. This novel technique is applied to real-time vibrational spectroscopy in organic molecules.

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Quantum Electronics Conference, 2003. EQEC '03. European

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22-27 June 2003