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Single-Beam Multidimensional Coherent Spectroscopy

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Multidimensional coherent spectroscopy is a powerful tool for material characterization and chemical detection.

ERIC W. MARTIN, MONSTR SENSE TECHNOLOGIES LLC, AND STEVEN T. CUNDIFF, MONSTR SENSE TECHNOLOGIES LLC/UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Multidimensional coherent spectroscopy (MDCS) is a set of laser techniques that nondestructively measures how evolving matter absorbs and emits light. It was first proposed in 1993 to excite molecular vibrations through the Raman effect, but optical MDCS was not demonstrated until 2002 because of its experimental complexity. The information present in a multidimensional spectrum is both extensive and straightforward to interpret, and MDCS provides valuable information on materials, chemicals, and biological systems, including their composition and structural, dynamic, and charge-transport...Read full article

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