Picosecond time-resolved nonresonant ionization detected IR spectroscopy on 7-azaindole dimer
Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki 444-8585, Japan
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Revised: 11 June 2002
Published online: 13 September 2002
The picosecond time-resolved IR spectrum of the 7-azaindole dimer has been measured by picosecond time-resolved nonresonant ionization detected IR spectroscopy. This new time-resolved technique was developed by combining nonresonant ionization detected IR (NID-IR) spectroscopy with tunable picosecond IR and UV lasers. The time-resolved NID-IR spectrum from 2 600 cm-1 to 3 800 cm-1 shows a drastic change from 1.5 ps to 11 ps time evolution. A mode-specific vibrational redistribution has been suggested.
PACS: 33.20.Ea – Infrared spectra / 33.40.+f – Multiple resonances (including double and higher-order processes, such as double nuclear magnetic resonance, electron double resonance, and microwave optical double resonance) / 33.80.Rv – Multiphoton ionization and excitation to highly excited states (e.g., Rydberg states)
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