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Vibrational dynamics in liquids studied by non-linear infrared spectroscopy

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Three-pulse photon echo experiments in the infrared region have been performed to study vibrational dephasing and transition frequency fluctuations in solutions. Time-integrated and frequency-resolved photon echo signals of the –N=C=N– anti-symmetric stretching mode of di-p-tolylcarbodiimide show an oscillatory behavior due to interference with a band nearby. Solvation dynamics or frequency fluctuations of several ions in hydrogen-bonding solvents have been studied and a couple of general trends of the time-correlation function of the frequency fluctuation on these systems have been observed.

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2005-09-01
2016-12-03

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