TITLE

Vibrational anharmonicity and multilevel vibrational dephasing from vibrational echo beats

AUTHOR(S)
Rector, K.D.; Kwok, A.S.; Ferrante, C.; Tokmakoff, A.; Rella, C.W.; Fayer, M.D.
PUB. DATE
June 1997
SOURCE
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 24, p10027
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that vibrational echo experiments were performed on the IR active CO stretching modes of rhodium dicarbonylacetylacetonate and tungsten hexacarbonyl in dibutylphthalate and a mutant of myoglobin-CO in glycerol-water using ps IR pulses from a free electron laser. Nature of the experiment and procedures; Vibrational echo decay for asymmetric CO stretching mode.
ACCESSION #
4228047

 

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