TIME-RESOLVED FOURIER TRANSFORM EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY WITH $0.25 cm^{-1}$ SPECTRAL AND $< 10^{-7}$ s TEMPORAL RESOLUTION IN THE VISIBLE

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Title: TIME-RESOLVED FOURIER TRANSFORM EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY WITH $0.25 cm^{-1}$ SPECTRAL AND $< 10^{-7}$ s TEMPORAL RESOLUTION IN THE VISIBLE
Creators: Hartland, G. V.; Qin, D.; Xie, W.; Dai, H. L.
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The operation of a new time-resolved Fourier transform spectrometer that is capable of $0.25 cm^{-1}$ spectral resolution and better than $10^{-7}$ s temporal resolution will be described. Time resolution is achieved by coupling a step-scan interferometer to a transient digitizer/pulsed-laser $system.^{1}$ Application of the spectrometer to time-resolved dispersed fluorescence studies of transient species will be discussed, and a comparison will be made between this technique and conventional methods for recording dispersed emission spectra, such as using a grating spectrometer or stimulated emission pumping spectroscopy.
Description: $^{1}$ G. V. Hartland, W. Xie, H. L. Dai, A. Simon, and M. J. Anderson, Rev Sci. Instrum. 63,3261 (1992).
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/18530
Other Identifiers: 1993-RD-2
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